Where To Board Various Matatu Routes In Nairobi City.

You will get to know various Matatu routes stages in Nairobi here. While doing rounds in the great Nairobi City, the most fundamental information you should have is probably where to board a bus back to your residence.

Most of the people who find it difficult to trace their matatu routes and stages are the newbies, those visiting Nairobi for the first time. It is, therefore, necessary to be conversant with the city, bus stations, and various matatu routes or at least walk with someone who is.

Every day, the city receives lots of newcomers from different parts of the country. Most of these are probably young people moving from rural to urban areas in search of job opportunities, education, visiting relatives, or for other purposes. It is not new for people to get lost in town, and cases of city newbies getting misdirected, conned, or stolen from are not new.

The funniest thing about the city is that when you visit for the first time, everything looks familiar; this includes roads, buildings,s and avenues which are the most used landmarks in town. It is therefore difficult for a newbie to differentiate between various buildings and routes to trace where they boarded or alighted a matatu.

Thanks to the digital revolution that has brought utilities like google maps, digital transport companies such as Uber and Bolt, or digital sources of quick information such as websites, apps, and technology firms.

In view of the above, we are going to have a look at various matatu routes in Nairobi and where you can board these matatus to your destination.

Route 1.

Destination: Ngong Road, Junction Mall, Daggoreti Corner.

Stage: General Post Office, Kimathi Street.

Route 2.

Destination: Ngong Road, Valley Road, Citam/N.P.C.

Stage: Kenya Bus Service Stage/General Post Office.

Route 3.

Destination: Adams Arcade, Dagoretti Corner, Ngong Road.

Stage: General Post Office.

Route 4.

Adams, Dagoretti.

Stage: General Post Office/Kencom House.

Route 5.

Destination: Pangani Shopping Centre, Eastleigh, Kariokor Market, and Pangani Girls High School.

Stage: Accra Road, Along Tom Mboya Street/ Tea Room.

Route 7C.

Destination: Upper Hill, Doctors Plaza, Kenyatta National Hospital, Silver Springs Hotel, and Community.

Stage: Kencom, Along Moi Avenue adjacent to Hilton Hotel, board Citi Hoppa or KBS buses.

Route 8.

Destination: Kibera Slums, Toi Market, Adams Arcade, and Ngong Road.

Stage: Railways Bus Station.

Route 9.

Destination: Eastleigh, Pangani Roundabout, Fig Tree Ngara.

Stage: Tom Mboya Street/ Accra Road Entrance.

Route 11.

Destination: South B, Bellevue.

Stage: Railways Bus Station.

Route 15.

Destination: Lang’ata, Wilson Airport, Uhuru Gardens, Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi National Park, and Nairobi Animal Orphanage.

Stage: Nairobi Bus Station/ Opposite Afya Center.

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Route 14.

Destination: Nairobi West, T-Mall, Strathmore University.

Stage: Nairobi Bus Station, Behind Afya Centre.

Route 17B.

Destination: Kasarani, Roysambu, Sunton, Mwiki, St Francis Hospital and Thika Road.

Stage: Kenya Bus Station.

Route 23.

Destination: Westlands, Kangemi, ABC Place, Safaricom House, Uhuru Highway.

Stage: Odeon Cinema, off Tom Mboya Street.

Route 24.

Destination: All Lang’ata Routes, Bomas Of Kenya, Kenya School of Law, Nairobi Academy, Karen Shopping Center, Catholic University, CO-OP Bank Training Centre, Hillcrest International School.

Stage: KBS Stage, Kencom or Mfangano Street.

Route 25.

Destination: GSU Flyover, Baba Ndogo.

Stage: Timboroa Lane.

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Route 33.