The route of Peshawar Road via Pindi would be signal-free. DCI Noorul Amin Mengal said a proposal has been made to make the Rawalpindi section of Peshawar Road from Koral Chowk to Motorway Chowk signal-free. Mengal said that efforts are being made to include this project in the Annual Development Program for 2022-23.
Before the meeting about the project, he said this: The director of development and planning and the people who work for the Punjab Highway Department came to the meeting.
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He said that it will cost Rs10 billion to build one flyover, and four underpasses will also be built. The man says that Ammar Chowk will get a flyover, and four underpasses will be built at GPO Chowk, GHQ Chowk, Qasim Market, and Military Hospital Chowk.
The commissioner said that the project’s master plan and design have been done. It will cut the time it takes to get from Koral Chowk to Motorway Chowk from an hour to 10 minutes.
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He said this: “The PC-1 has been sent to the chairman of the Planning and Development Board in Lahore,” he said. The government is also planning to start a bus route on this signal-free corridor that will be a cheap way to get around.
he said that this project is in the public interest because Peshawar Road is a major city highway and a lot of people use it every day, which leads to traffic jams.
He said that if this project gets the go-ahead, it will be a big help to the traffic in the city. The Peshawar Road route via Pindi would be signal-free.
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