THAT, aware that Article 186 (1) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010, and paragraph 5 of the Fourth Schedule to the Constitution provide for the functions and powers of County Government on County transport including regulation of county roads, street lighting, public road transport traffic and parking; further aware that the Nairobi City County has designated preferential parking zones and bus termini throughout the City with parking restrictions for each zone; noting that recent years have witnessed a marked increase in the use of motorbikes and bicycles in the County; concerned that the Nairobi City County Government has no designated and cleared marked parking slots for motorbikes and bicycles in the County and especially in the Central Business District (C.B.D); noting that the available parkings are meant for vehicles only yet the County Government collect revenue from motorbikes in the C.B.D, this Assembly urges the County Executive to establish well-marked parking areas for motorbikes and bicycles in the Central Business District to ease the pressure on the available spaces, provide efficient parking services to motorists and boost revenue collection for the County.
|Notice of Motion||31st July, 2019|
|Mover||Hon. Daniel Ngengi, MCA|
|Seconder||Hon. Emily Oduor, MCA|
|Dates Debated and/or Concluded||6th November, 2019|
|Remarks||Withdrawn pursuant to Standing Order 62|