Why Nairobi’s Road And Transport System Is Shooting Down Businesses In The City

National Transport Safety Authority (NTSA) registers around 7000 vehicles monthly and 90,000 every year in Nairobi. This is owing to the growing middle class and the easy accessibility of credit…

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Uber Drivers Put On Notice Over NTSA Chip

On top of having a valid professional driving license, log book, identity card and certificate of good conduct, Uber drivers will now be required to have an electronic chip windscreen…

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NTSA’s floppy “Nganya safe” campaign will not help end sexual harassment in PSVs

“Nganya safe” or “My Matatu Story” campaign has come in the wake of sexual harassment awareness across the world, a deed that has for the longest time gone unpunished. The…

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Will digital licenses mean more business for taxi companies?

Early this year, the move to introduce digital licenses was received well in Kenya, where Ksh 300 million was allocated by the Treasury in the proposed national budget. This kick started the procurement of…

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How to register on the TIMS platform by NTSA : Car Registration and Ownership Transfer will now be done strictly online

Follow the following steps to create an account on the Transport Information Management System (TIMS) website by National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA): Open your browser and direct it to…

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Mix Telematics to effect NTSA’s operations as it expands in the EAC region

Mix Telematics will soon be setting up in Kenya in a plan to expand its operations in the wider East African region in the next three years. The global provider…

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Two years down the line, Matatu CCTV execution remains a security lip service

How much crime would be avoided by installing CCTVs in Matatus? This is a question the public service vehicle owners asked themselves back in 2013 a time Kenya suffered terrorist…

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