This option, once proven successful, would drastically reduce the maintenance burden of rural roads and enable Central Government and County Governments to extend their road networks. It would also allow different counties to experiment with their options for Type 1 Sub Base Aggregate that would be dictated by proximity and price – currently, hardcore and slag are the two materials most readily available in East Africa.

Commodore International allocates test areas within its current projects as proofs of concept of new road construction methods – though painstaking and long term, it may provide solutions in the future for rural roads in East Africa.