Ring Road Adds an overhead bridge over a railway route

Ring Road Adds an overhead bridge over a railway route

Rawalpindi: The Punjab Caretaker government has finalized all preparations for the construction of an overhead bridge along the Rawalpindi Ring Road, which connects Rawalpindi and Lahore via the main railway track.

According to a senior local administration official Pakistan Railways had issued a demand notice for the issuance of a No-objection Certificate (NOC) regarding the railway bridge construction along the Rawalpindi Ring Road route near Kaliam Awan.

The local authority will reimburse Pakistan Railways for the No Objection Certificate (NOC) and additional departmental fees by the regulations. He added that the cost of the bridge would be estimated at a later time.

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Additionally, the official stated that preparations would be made to commence the relocation of the primary gas supply line; in this regard, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) will issue a demand notice shortly.

The Ring Road initiative spans a distance of 38.3 kilometers and will include five interchanges located at Thalian, Chak Beli Khan, Adiala Road, Chakri Road, and Banth.

Furthermore, the construction will encompass a railway bridge, five flyovers, and twenty-one minor underpasses. The land acquisition procedure will continue until the remaining 26 kilometers of road are completed.

In the interim, the caretaker chief minister of Punjab inspected the Rawalpindi Ring Road last week and instructed Frontier Work Organisation (FWO) and commissioner Rawalpindi officials to expedite the completion of the project.

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