The government has set the launch of the Sh5.8 billion Likoni Cable Car project for April 2022.
This follows the allocation of land by the National Land Commission after the unavailability of the land delayed the project for years.
“The management body shall within 180 days of publishing of this reservation order cause to be prepared and submit to NLC for approval a plan for the development management and use of the reserved land failure to which the management orders will stand revoked,” read the gazette notice in part.
The Likoni Cable Car project is a privately initiated and privately funded private public partnership(PPP) project.
The company will operate the transport facility for 25 years before transferring it to the Kenya Ferry Services.
The cable system will have a total of 22 cabins carrying a maximum of 5,500 passengers per hour across the Likoni Channel in three minutes and 40 seconds.
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