Construction on the Bhara Kahu Bypass flyover has reportedly begun by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) in Islamabad, as reported by the local press on October 27.
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The National Logistics Cell (NLC) has reportedly begun piling for the Bhara Kahu Bypass road flyover project, which spans a distance of kilometre. A total of 275 piles, according to the NLC’s engineering division, will be installed for the flight. It was also noted that there could be an increase in traffic, but that officials will work to keep things moving as smoothly as possible.
According to the report, the overall length of the bypass is 5.33 kilometres, of which 4 kilometres are grade road and 1.33 kilometres are elevated (flyover). Except for the section involving Quaid-e-Azam (QAU) University, it was reported that construction is moving along at a normal speed.
Without naming them, CDA officials claimed in PC-1 that the project timeline is four months. They said the Bhara Kahu Bypass project, which includes an intersection and a flyover, will be finished two months ahead of schedule.