Opening Hours

Mon–Fri: 8am–6pm

Contact Number

Tel:+254(0)20 2718050

Who we are

Board Of Directors

The Nairobi Metropolitan Area Transport Authority Board of Management is tasked with the overall management, administration and implementation of the authority's mandate.

Functions of the Board
  • Approve and oversee the implementation of an Integrated Transport Master Plan
  • Oversee the development of a sustainable and Integrated MRTS
  • Oversee the implementation of a comprehensive traffic management plan and strategy
  • Formulate additional standards and requirements for Mass Rapid Transit System and monitor their delivery
  • Enter into any agreement or partnership with any public sector agencies and other parties for the development and operation of transportation infrastructure, services •or facilities, works, and equipment necessary for the discharge of the functions of the Authority
  • Regulate and enter into agreements with MRTS Operators and Service Providers
  • Recommend to the Council, transport corridors to be declared
  • Approve traffic management schemes and accesses along the declared corridors
NaMATA Board Membership Current Holder
Chairman of the Board Eng. Peter Mositet Image
CEC In charge of Transport,Muranga County Member Eng. Amos Njoroge Image
CEC In Charge of Transport, Machakos County Member Ms. Naomi Mueti Image
CEC In charge of Transport, Kiambu County Member Mr. James Maina Image
CEC In Charge of Transport, Nairobi County Member Hon. Mohammed Dagane Image
CEC In charge of Transport, Kajiado County Member Mr. Francis Parsimei Image
Alternate Director for PS, National Treasury Member Mr. Joseph Kamau Image
Alternate Director for PS, Transport Member Mr. George Wanjau Image
Alternate Director for PS, Housing and Urban Development Member Eng. Benjamin Njenga Image
Ag. Director General Board Secretary Eng. Francis Gitau Image
Competitively Recruited Board Membership Current Holder
Independent Board Member Member Ms. Mary W. Chege Image
Independent Board Member Member Eng. Ronald Ndegwa Image
Independent Board Member Member Eng. Zachariah Karenge Image

Strategic Plan-Zero Draft

The Strategic Plan for NaMATA has been developed in cognizance of its mandate as stipulated in the Legal Notice No. 18 of February 17, 2017, the Kenya Vision 2030 (with special reference to MTP III), the Constitution of Kenya, the Big Four Agenda, Africa Agenda 2063, Sustainable Development Goals and other prevailing legal and policy documents. Successful implementation of this Strategic Plan will be based on stakeholder engagement, good governance and a professional approach to doing business. The Authority envisions “a safe, reliable, affordable and seamless Public transport system” and aims “to transform the quality of life through delivery of an integrated and sustainable public transport system within the Nairobi Metropolitan Area.”