Kariuki is the chairperson of the MoloLine services, which was formed in 1994 with a vision of bringing order in the industry. MoloLine started services in Nakuru main bus terminal in 1995. Its first aim was to transform the attitude of commuters and other stakeholders.
So in 2004, MoloLine rolled out its prestige shuttle. To avoid competition from 14-seaters as witnessed earlier, they set up offices at highway towers along Nakuru-Nairobi highway in Nakuru town away from the bus park.
Mololine Shuttle Services Fleet
They have two categories of matatus, one which is supposed to carry 16 or 18 passengers but has been designed to carry 12 passengers while the second category which is supposed to carry 14 passengers been designed to carry 10 passengers.
The spacious shuttles come with features such as air conditioners, flat screens, expanded speakers and free Wi-Fi.
The luxury shuttle vehicles have spacious comfortable seats because the number of seats has been reduced compared to the normal matatus.
Furthermore, as a way of ensuring that every passenger is comfortable, a socket from which one can charge a mobile phone or laptop has been provided per seat as well as a switch which a passenger can press to alert the driver after reaching the desired destination.
Mololine Shuttle Services Routes
This shuttle company play a vital roles in the following route of Kenya’s passenger transport industry:
They serve all major routes in the below named towns:
Naivasha, Eldoret, Kericho, Nakuru, Eldama ravine, Kabarnet, Kisumu, Kitale and Nairobi.
Mololine Shuttle Offices & Contacts For Booking & Enquiry
Address: P. O. Box 34700, Nairobi,
Phone: +254 722 735607
Town : Nakuru Town
Landline Numbers : +254 208 333 9296
Mobile Numbers : +254 722 761 512 / 711 341 093/ +254-051-2215529
Physical Address: Bus Stage, Jomo Kenyatta Hwy
Address: P.O.Box: 13668 – 20100 Nakuru
Mobile: (+254) 0733 778935