Nairobi commuters grow impatient with gridlock

Half of Kenya's carbon emissions come from traffic pollution.

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    Traffic jams in Kenya's capital Nairobi cost the economy an estimated $1bn each year.

    The city is struggling to cope with traffic pollution and commuters are growing increasingly impatient with government inaction.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Nairobi.


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