The 7th Avenue Interchange underpass will shortly be available to traffic
The leading newspaper on October 26 reported that the Capital Development Authority (CDA) is ready to open the underpass on 7th Avenue Interchange soon.
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Captain (ret.) Muhammad Usman Younis, who is in charge of the CDA, said that the 7th Avenue Interchange is done and ready for traffic. He also said that people will be able to use the underpass in a few days. The chairman said that the authority is trying to finish other building projects on time.
According to the details, the interchange was built where 7th Avenue, Khayaban-e-Suhrwardy, Srinagar Highway, and Garden Avenue meet, which is near Aabpara. The said project has the shape of a cloverleaf with four loops to the left and right and an underpass to connect the different parts of Khayaban-e-Suhrwardy. The news source said that all of the interchange loops are now open to the public and that the part of the Srinagar Highway that was carpeted was finished on Tuesday.
The CDA officials, whose names were not given, said that the underpass roads would be carpeted soon and that the work would be done in two days.