THE EFFECT OF EVALUATION OF TRANSPORTATION SECTOR ON VEHICLE PARKING ALONG THE MOMBASA-NAIROBI HIGHWAY A CASE STUDY OF THE MARIAKANI TOWN COUNCIL KILIFI COUNTY KENYA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Contents

DECLARATION ............................................................................................................................. i

APPROVAL ................................................................................................................................... ii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ........................................................................................................... iii

DEDICATION ............................................................................................................................... iv

ABSTRACT ................................................................................................................................ viii

CHAPTER ONE .............................................................................................................................. 1

INTRODUCTUION ........................................................................................................................ 1

1.1 Background of the study ............................................................................................................ 2

1.2. Statement of the problem .......................................................................................................... 2

1.3 Objectives of the study .............................................................................................................. 2

1.4 Specific objectives ..................................................................................................................... 3

1.5 Research questions ..................................................................................................................... 3

1.6 Significance of the study ........................................................................................................... 3

1.7 Limitation of the study ............................................................................................................... 4

1.8 Scope of the study ...................................................................................................................... 4

1.9 Input - process - output ............................................................................................................. 5

1.1 0conceptional frame work .......................................................................................................... 5

CHAPTER TWO ............................................................................................................................. 7

LITERATURE REVIEW ................................................................................................................ 7

2.1. Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 7

2.2. Theoretical/empirical review (Past studies) .............................................................................. 7

2.2.1 The cause of vehicle parking within Town Council of Mariakani ......................................... 7

2.2.2 Nature of transportation and vehicle parking within Town Council of Mariakani ................ 8

2.2.3 Relationship between vehicles parking and transportation in Town Council ofMariakani ... 9

2.2.4 The effects of vehicles parking within Town Council of Mariakani. ..................................... 9

2.3 Review of analytical / critical literature ................................................................................... I 0

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2.4 Summary and gaps to be filled by the study ............................................................................ 10

CHAPTER THREE ....................................................................................................................... 11

RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY ......................................................................... 11

3 .1 Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 11

3.2 Research design ....................................................................................................................... 11

3 .3. Target population .................................................................................................................... 11

3.4 Sampling Techniques, Design Size and Procedures ................................................................ 12

3.5 Data collection instrument/procedure ...................................................................................... 12

3.6 Procedure of Data analysis ...................................................................................................... 12

CHAPTER FOUR ......................................................................................................................... 13

DATA ANALYSIS, PRESENTATION AND INTERPRESENTATION ................................... 13

4.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 13

4.2. Objective one- To evaluate the nature of transportation and vehicle parking arrangements

within the Town Council ofMariakani ......................................................................................... 13

4.3 Objective two- causes of vehicle parking within Town Council of Mariakani.. ..................... 15

4.4. Objective three- To examine the adverse effects on transportation caused by the vehicle

parking challenges ......................................................................................................................... 17

4.5 Objective four- Measures to improve vehicle parking in the Town Council ofMariakani .... 20

CHAPTER FIVE ........................................................................................................................... 21

5.0 SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION .................... 21

5 .1 Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 21

5.2 Summary of major findings ..................................................................................................... 21

5.2.1. What is the nature of transportation and vehicle parking within Town Council of

Mariakani? ..................................................................................................................................... 21

5.2.2 What are the causes facing vehicle parking within town council of Mariakani? ................ 22

5.2.3 What are the effects of vehicle parking on transportation within town council of Mariakani?

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5.5 Suggestions for further study ................................................................................................... 24  

ABSTRACT This study was about the evaluation of the transportation sector on vehicle parking along Mombasa-Nairobi highway, A case study of the Mariakani Town Council (TCM) in Kilifi County. The researcher emphasizes on the specific measures to address the challenges faced by new development of influx of trucks parking anyhow causing jams and destroying pavements along the highway within the council area of jurisdiction. Based on studying supply and procurement management as a course. Researcher took into account possible causes of truck influx a long the highway within TCM jurisdiction, the researcher found that the major factor that led to the destruction of pavements and causing Jam was beyond regular explanation. The researcher used stratified random sampling as a method of selecting a sample since all the elements of the target population are given an equal chance of being selected in a given population. The researcher interpreted the findings using tables and percentages. The researcher found that the drivers evaded parking charges; police and council officials offered solicit brides. The major area of concern was the general ignorance of road usage and parking at pavements.

THE EFFECT OF EVALUATION OF TRANSPORTATION SECTOR ON VEHICLE PARKING ALONG THE MOMBASA-NAIROBI HIGHWAY A CASE STUDY OF THE MARIAKANI TOWN COUNCIL KILIFI COUNTY KENYA
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