We resume discussion on roadside toilets for use free of charge to the public.

This resumption follows 16/01/2020 court order that the Cabinet Secretary in charge of transport shall constitute and chair [a] Working Group which will include representatives of [THE COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS, KENYA NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY, KENYA RURAL ROADS AUTHORITY & KENYA URBAN ROADS AUTHORITY], to formulate … policy for the provision of toilets and other sanitation facilities on [Kenya’s] road network to give effect to the right to a clean and healthy environment on the roads. The national transport policy should incorporate toilets and other sanitation facilities as part of the roadside developments in the road designs for existing and new roads; and designate a sufficient number of such facilities on road stops on the national and international trunk roads. The policy should take into account the need to have the toilets and other sanitation facilities maintained properly by the county governments once constructed.

Before the order, we requested KENYA ROADS BORD, KENYA NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY, KENYA RURAL ROADS AUTHORITY & KENYA URBAN ROADS AUTHORITY to allow us to join with members of public to build toilets for free use by the public.

Kenya Roads Board responded copying KENYA NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY, KENYA RURAL ROADS AUTHORITY & KENYA URBAN ROADS AUTHORITY.

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