The National Transport and Safety Authority will roll out the new digital driving licences between April and May.
The licence will contain Kenya Revenue pin, ID number and blood group of the driver.
The Authority’s Legal Officer Judy Opiri said the new license will also be fitted with an electronic chip to help capture drivers information.
“The chip will hold data of traffic offences committed by the owner,” she said.
NTSA has been working on the introduction of smart driving licences, instant fines for motorist and retraining of PSV drivers in the process of reviewing traffic laws and streaming transport industry.