NHA approves connection road between Sialkot and Narowal

NHA approves connection road between Sialkot and Narowal

Sialkot: On February 20, news outlets stated that the National Highway Authority (NHA) Executive Board has approved the updated Project Concept-1 (PC-1) of the Sialkot-Narowal link road project.

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The Sialkot-Narowal route, which is 73 kilometres long and has four lanes, would link the Narrowal and Narang Mandi to the Sialkot-Lahore Motorway (M-11). The project, which would be an extension of the M-11 and cost PKR 74 billion, will shorten travel times for cars arriving from the border region. The NHA has submitted the updated PC-1 for final approval to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) and the Ministry of Planning and Development (P&D).

The NHA Board also gave its approval to the following projects:

PKR Part III of the 48-kilometer Chakdara-Chitral Road Project (N-45) from 4 Kalkatak-Chitral will cost 10.95 billion to build.
PKR Implementation of Intelligent Traffic System (ITS) on the remaining highways in accordance with Concession Agreements and Regular Agreements/Rules/etc. 2.60 billion for the 18-kilometer Paharpur-BandKorai-Rodikhel-Sidra Morr (N-55) project
Read: Narowal receives PKR 5.12 billion for the improvement of its roads and drainage systems.

Publication of the “Position Paper” for the Shikarpur-Rajanpur Segment of the Indus Highway (N-55) Extra Carriageway Project

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