National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has finally given node to Modern Coast bus Company to resume transport operations.
However, only 43 of the 74 fleets of the company will only be allowed on the road from Tuesday afternoon.
NTSA Director General George Njao said the authority has completed an inspection of the 43 buses belonging to the company and is currently working on the remaining 31 fleets.
Earlier on, the authority denied that it has lifted the ban on Modern Coast company back on the road and the ban remained effective.
However, the authority later said that only 43 buses will be operational after a successful inspection.
“Only 43 of the 74 buses will be operational from Tuesday, the process is still going on,” read part of the statement.
The authority further revealed that is has conducted successful sensitisation training to drivers and conductors of all the buses belonging to the company.
The Modern Coast management has revealed that it has already communicated to all its customers scheduled to travel on Tuesday to various destinations cross the country.
Most of the passengers heading to Kisumu, Malaba and Nairobi were on Tuesday afternoon struggling to secure seats to their destination.
Modern Coast transport activities were on 12th December grounded by NTSA following a grisly road accident involving two buses of the same company where 7 people lost their lives while 62 sustained serious injuries.