The CDA would expedite work on the Islamabad Expressway. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has accelerated development on the Islamabad Expressway project to relieve traffic congestion. The road project is nearing completion.
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Contractors have completed work on the PWD crossing, and the 16-kilometer stretch of Koral to Rawat has been prioritized, according to a CDA official. Similarly, the Frontier Works Organization (FWO) will complete the two-kilometer stretch of road connecting the Korang and Span bridge in the next weeks at the cost of PKR 2.23 billion. According to a CDA official, the FWO will create service roads near the PWD bridge. There are four lanes on each side: two rigid lanes for heavy traffic and two flexible lanes for minor traffic. Similarly, upon approval of the budget, work on the final section of the Soan Bridge project will commence in June of this year.
The project is important since it is one of the capital city’s megadevelopment projects now underway. The project aims to alleviate traffic congestion and improve the capital city’s commutability.
The CDA intends to hasten construction of the Islamabad Expressway.
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