All Jogoo Road Matatu Saccos, Routes and Bus Stops

This is a comprehensive list of all matatus that reach Buruburu, Umoja, Donholm and other estates off Jogoo Road in Nairobi.

Picture/R.O.G Sacco

All Jogoo Road Matatu Saccos, Routes and Bus Stops

 

Jogoo Road is a crucial road in Kenya’s capital as it connects Nairobi’s Central Business District to the populous Eastlands neighborhoods in Nairobi.

Nairobi has been historically stratified where the wealthy live in the west. A huge chunk of the middle-class has been residing in estates such as Buruburu and Umoja in the East.

This article gives you the public transport vehicles that operate on the famous Jogoo Road in Nairobi;

 

1. Forward Travellers Sacco

    1. The Forward Sacco matatus adopt the old-school “box body” make.
    2. Together with their blend of yellow and green paints, it makes the matatus unique and easily identifiable.
    3. Foward Travellers usually pick up passengers at the famous Open Trade Center (OTC) area in Nairobi CBD.
    4. They are precisely parked at the intersection of Landhies Road and Haille Selassie Avenue, opposite Muthurwa Market.
    5. These matatus ferry people to Kayole, Donholm, and Komarok, among other Eastland neighborhoods.
Foraward Travellers Matatu. Picture/Matatu Galore

 

2. Double M Sacco

    1. Double M buses operate between Nairobi CBD and Donholm, as well as Umoja Estates.
    2. These buses are many people’s favorite because they are run professionally.
    3. Double M buses usually pick up passengers at the intersection between Tom Mboya Street and Ronald Ngala street.
    4. The buses take Landhies Road from Muthurwa market, then Jogoo Road towards Donholm estate.

 

Picture/Nation Media

 

 

3. Umoinner Sacco

    1. Umoinner Sacco matatus are among the flashiest in Nairobi.
    2. Umoinner Sacco operates between Nairobi CBD and Umoja estates.
    3. The fairly known Inner-core area is also serviced by this Sacco.
    4. Passengers can board Umoinner Sacco matatus at Ronald Ngala Street in Nairobi.
    5. The matatus usually take Landhies Road from Muthurwa market, then Jogoo Road towards Umoja estate.
    6. Umoinner’s fleet of vehicles is popular owing to its larger-than-life culture.
    7. The hallmark of Nairobi Matwana culture, these matatus are embroidered in exotic Grafitti and state-of-the-art music systems.
    8. The interior designs are done to perfection, to give passengers the ultimate Nairobi “Nganya experience.”

 

Picture/Umoinner Sacco

 

 

4. Risen Sacco

    1. Risen Sacco matatus operate between Nairobi CBD and Komarock Estate in Nairobi.
    2. The matatus usually pick passengers from Tom Mboya Street in Nairobi’s Central Business District.
    3. The matatus usually take Landhies Road from Muthurwa market, then Jogoo Road towards Kangundo road.
    4. Risen Sacco drops passengers in areas including;
      1. City stadium
      2. Jogoo Road roundabout
      3. Manyanja area

 

Picture/Matatu Empire

 

5. R.O.G Sacco

    1. R.O.G Sacco matatus ferry people from Nairobi CBD to Buruburu estate.
    2. These Matatus are usually boarded at Tom Mboya street opposite the famous Afya Center building in town.
    3. R.O.G has a fairly stylish fleet of matatus, with epic Grafitti coupled with great sound systems inside.
    4. The matatus usually take Landhies Road from Muthurwa market, then Jogoo Road towards BuruBuru.

 

Picture/R.O.G Sacco

 

 

Also read: Thika Road Matatu Saccos, Routes, and Termini

 

 

6. PinPoint Sacco

    1. PinPoint Sacco matatus operate between Nairobi CBD and Kayole areas.
    2. These matatus are usually boarded at Nairobi’s Open Trade Center (OTC).
    3. PinPoint matatus take Landhies Road from Muthurwa market, then Jogoo Road and Kangundo road towards Kayole.
    4. They drop passengers in areas such as;
      1. City stadium
      2. Jogoo Road roundabout
      3. Manyanja area
      4. Komarock

 

 

7. KANI Transport Sacco

    1. KANI matatus operate on the Nairobi CBD, Jogoo Road, and Kangundo road route.
    2. The matatus drop people in Kaloleni, Kayole, and Komarock estates from the Nairobi town center.
    3. You can board KANI travelers matatus at Temple Road Nairobi.
    4. To easily get to the stage, approach it from Ronald Ngala Street, from where the two roads intersect.
    5. These matatus charge a little less than the flashy ones which include Umoinner Sacco.

 

 

8. Buruburu 58 Sacco

    1. Buruburu 58 Sacco matatus operate between the Nairobi Central Business District and Buruburu estates.
    2. These matatus can take you to Buruburu phase 1 and 2 areas in Nairobi county.
    3. You can find these matatus at the intersection of Tom Mboya street and Luthuli Avenue.
    4. The matatu stage is directly opposite the imposing Kenya National Archives building in the center of Nairobi.
    5. Buruburu 58 Sacco matatus typically use the Muthurwa, Landhies, and Jogoo road route before taking Rabai road towards Buruburu.

 

 

9. Neo Kenya (Kenya Mpya)

    1. Though most known for its operations on the Thika Superhighway, Kenya Mpya also has a fleet that covers Jogoo road.
    2. Neo Kenya buses to Jogoo road are found at the famous bus station (BS) terminus in Nairobi CBD.
    3. This bus stage is found behind the iconic Afya Center building in Nairobi’s Tom Mboya Street.
    4. Neo Kenya buses take Landhies Road, proceed to Jogoo Road then Kangundo road towards the Eastern Bypass.
    5. From the Eastern By-pass, these buses go on to join Thika road towards Thika town.

 

Picture/Neo Kenya Twitter

 

 

10. City Star Shuttle buses

    1. City Shuttle is among the largest and oldest bus operators in Nairobi.
    2. They service a number of routes from Nairobi CBD, including Jogoo Road.
    3. The City Shuttle buses to Jogoo Road usually pick up passengers from the Bus Station (BS) terminus in Nairobi.
    4. This bus stage is found behind the iconic Afya Center building in Nairobi’s Tom Mboya Street.
    5. City Shuttle uses Jogoo Road en route to Kayole, Kamulu, and Joska areas off Kangundo road.

 

Picture/City Star Shuttle

 

 

11. Outreach Travel

    1. Outreach Sacco operates between Nairobi CBD and Lunga Lunga road, as well as Donholm estate in Nairobi.
    2. Outreach Sacco picks up its passengers at the Muthurwa bus stage.
    3. The bus stage is located just behind Muthurwa market in Nairobi along Landhies Road.
    4. The bus stage is also opposite the famous Machakos country bus stage in Nairobi.
    5. Some matatus proceed to Donholm via Jogoo road.
    6. Others branch from Jogoo Road onto Lunga Lunga towards National Transport and Safety Agency inspection center at Likoni Road.

 

 

12. CBET Sacco

    1. CBET Sacco ferries passengers from Nairobi CBD to Buruburu estate.
    2. CBET Sacco matatus usually pick up passengers from Nairobi’s Moi Avenue.
    3. The bus stage is found close to the usually noisy Ngong Matatu stage.
    4. The matatus go along Jogoo Road before branching off towards Buruburu.
    5. CBET Sacco can drop you anywhere along Jogoo road, including Makadara and Kaloleni areas.
    6. CBET Sacco’s fleet of matatus is fairly flashy, and they have a relatively good reputation.

 

Picture/CBET Sacco

 

 

13. Mwamba Travellers Sacco

    1. Mwamba Sacco matatus ferry passengers from Nairobi CBD to Jogoo Road then Komarock estate on Kangundo road.
    2. You can find Mwamba Sacco at Nairobi’s Mfangano Street.
    3. Mfangano Street branches off from Haile Selassie Avenue opposite the Easy Coach bus station.
    4. With these matatus, you can be dropped along Jogoo road in areas such as Makadara and City stadium.
    5. Mwamba Travelers Sacco matatus take the Landhies Road, proceed to Jogoo Road then Kangundo road towards Komarock estate.

 

 

14. Royal Swift Sacco

    1. Royal Swift Sacco matatus operate between the Nairobi Central Business District to the following areas;
        1. Jogoo Road
        2. Donholm
        3. Savannah
        4. Pipeline
        5. Mombasa road
        6. Cabannas
    2. Royal Swift Sacco vehicles pick up passengers at Accra (now Kenneth Matiba) Road.
    3. This terminus is opposite the imposing building of The Kenya National Archives.
    4. The matatu stage is usually noticeable from its crowding with matatus from Embassava Sacco.

 

Picture/Royal Swift Sacco

 

 

15. STAHITO Commuter Services

    1. STAHITO Commuter Service matatus ferry passengers to the following areas from Nairobi CBD:
        1. Jogoo Road
        2. Likoni Road
        3. Industrial Area
        4. Mombasa road
        5. Kitengela
    2. For Jogoo Road, you are advised to board these matatus from the Muthurwa bus stop along Landhies Road.
    3. The bus stop is located near the famous Machakos country bus stage.

 

Picture/Courtesy

 

 

16. Citi Hoppa

    1. Citi Hoppa is a well-known bus operator serving most of the Nairobi Metropolis.
    2. Citi Hoppa is among the largest and oldest bus operators in Nairobi.
    3. The green and yellow-painted buses can be found at Moi Avenue near the famous Ambassador Hotel Nairobi.
    4. Some of the buses are found at the Muthurwa stage behind the Muthurwa market.
    5. Citi Hoppa uses Jogoo road to various destinations including;
      1. Buruburu (route 58)
      2. Donholm
      3. Umoja
      4. Inner Core
      5. City stadium
      6. Mutindwa
    6. These buses are known for their intense outdoor advertising, making them moving billboards.
    7. Most buses are branded with messages and symbols of some of the biggest brands in Kenya.

 

Picture/Citi hoppa

 

 

17. Eastern Bypass Travellers Sacco (EBT)

    1. Eastern Bypass Travellers Sacco operates between Nairobi Central Business District and Kangundo road.
    2. You can find these matatus at the Muthurwa market stage.
    3. These matatus use the Jogoo Road to the following destinations;
      1. City Stadium
      2. Makadara
      3. Manyanja
      4. Kayole
      5. Komarock
      6. Mihango
      7. Njiru
      8. Ruai
      9. Eastern Bypass

 

Picture/Eastern Bypass Travellers Sacco

 

 

18. City Tram Shuttle 

    1. City Tram Shuttle ferries passengers from the Nairobi City center to destinations along Kangundo road.
    2. City Tram vehicles can be boarded from the bus stage at Temple lane in Nairobi.
    3. Temple lane is located behind the iconic St. Peter Claver Catholic church on Racecourse Road.
    4. It is also opposite Nairobi Bus Station (popularly known as BS).
    5. Mwamba Travelers Sacco matatus take the Landhies Road, proceed to Jogoo Road then Kangundo road.
    6. These matatus can drop people on Jogoo Road in areas including;
      1. City Stadium
      2. Makadara
      3. Manyanja

 

 

19. Inter-Counties Travellers Sacco

    1. Inter-Counties Travellers Sacco matatus operate on the route from Nairobi city center, Jogoo Road, Likoni Road, and Lunga Lunga.
    2. Inter-Counties Travellers Matatus can be picked from the Muthurwa stage in Nairobi.
    3. The bus stage is also opposite the famous Machakos country bus stage in Nairobi.

 

 

20. Utawala Bypass Travellers Sacco

    1. Utawala Bypass Travellers Sacco ferry Nairobians to various estates off Jogoo Road including Buruburu and Embakasi.
    2. These matatus also go as far as Kangundo road in Nairobi where they drop passengers in Komarock and Kayole areas.
    3. You can find Utawala Bypass Travellers Sacco at the Muthurwa bus stop in Nairobi CBD.

 

 

21. Kayo-Line Group

    1. Kayo-line matatus connect the Nairobi CBD to estates that are to the far east.
    2. The vehicles are found at the Muthurwa market stage at Nairobi’s Landhies Road.
    3. These estates include;
      1. Kayole
      2. Njiru
      3. Utawala
      4. Bypass
    4. Kayo-line group matatus use Jogoo road before joining Kangundo road towards Kayole and Njiru area.
    5. These matatus can drop you along Jogoo Road at areas like;
      1. City stadium
      2. Makadara
      3. Manyanja

 

 

22. Rembo Shuttle

    1. Rembo Shuttle is a dominant matatu operator along the Nairobi-Kitengela route (110).
    2. The white and blue striped matatus pick up passengers at Haile Sellasie Avenue, near the giant Railways bus stop.
    3. These matatus are notably useful when you are going to town from Jogoo road.
    4. Rembo Shuttle fleet is made up of mini-buses with largely white paint.
    5. They can drop off and pick up passengers at City Stadium Jogoo road as they drive into town from Kitengela.

 

Picture/Matatu Galore

 

 

23.  Embassava Matatu Sacco

    1. Embassava Matatu Sacco is among the most known matatu operators in Nairobi.
    2. Primarily serving Nairobi and the vast Embakasi area, these matatus use different routes including Mombasa and Jogoo Roads.
    3. Embassava matatus are mainly found at Accra road (now Kenneth Matiba Road) opposite the Kenya National Archives buildings.
    4. If you are a Jogoo Road Commuter, however, you are supposed to board Embassava at the Muthurwa Market bus stage in Nairobi.

 

Picture/Embassava Sacco

 

 

24. KAM Transporters Sacco

    1. KAM Transporters ferry passengers from Nairobi to Tala through Kangundo road.
    2. The matatus usually pick up passengers from the popular Afya Center bus stop in Nairobi.
    3. KAM Transporters use Landhies, Jogoo Road, and finally Kangundo road towards Tala in Machakos county.
    4. This makes KAM Transporters a trans-county commuter service.
    5. It is therefore recommended to the passengers who need to go a bit further than Jogoo Road.

 

Picture/Courtesy

 

25. Super Metro

    1. The Super Metro Matatu Company is widely said to be the best matatu Sacco in Nairobi and possibly country-wide.
    2. Super Metro has carved out a reputation for professionalism and decency in handling customers.
    3. The operator recently announced a Jogoo Road, Kangundo road to Kamulu, and Joska route.
    4. Passengers traveling to these areas can board Super Metro next to the Kenya National Archives.
    5. There are familiar long queues both in low traffic and rush hours at this stage.

Picture/Super Metro Facebook

 

Jogoo Road is in essence a linking road that connects major roads like Kangundo road and Outer Ring Road to Nairobi CBD.

It is on the latter two roads (Kangundo and Outer Ring) where major and populous estates are located.

Commuter services to Njiru, Kayole, Komarock, Kamulu and Joska (along Kangundo road) among others are therefore mentioned on the Jogoo Road route.

Jogoo Road also connects to Outer Ring Road residential areas such as;

    1. Huruma
    2. “Rounda”
    3. Dandora
    4. Kariobangi
    5. Jon saga.

Other Public Service Vehicles traverse Jogoo Road towards estates in the Emabakasi area such as;

    1. Utawala
    2. Tassia
    3. Pipeline
    4. Fedha estate

This list is not conclusive, the information is subject to regular updates. Additions are set to be made in due course.