Islamabad: According to news reports, the 7th Avenue Interchange project will be finished by the end of the month according to the Capital Development Authority (CDA), which made the announcement on Thursday, August 4. Two months before the projected completion date, the project will be accessible to vehicles. A briefing on the continuing development work on several projects reportedly took place for CDA Chairman Amir Ali Ahmad during a visit to the 7th Avenue Interchange project’s construction site.
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He was told that the interchange project was nearing completion and that the underpass being built on Khayaban-e-Suhrawardy Road that connected to 7th Avenue will be finished in a few days. On Srinagar Highway, close to the 7th Avenue Interchange, grading and casting work has also been finished, and work on dismantling the culvert framework is currently underway. The process of attaching slab steel to side wall panels is also ongoing. The chairman urged those in charge to uphold work standards without sacrificing the timeframe for compilation. It is significant to note that the National Logistic Cell (NLC) was awarded the 7th Avenue Interchange project contract. According to Project Concept 1 (PC 1), the interchange will link Garden Avenue, Khayaban-e-Soharwardi, and Srinagar Highway near Aabpara in the capital.