Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has given the green light to a number of new construction initiatives worth billions of rupees that will raise the standard of living for both urban and rural Islamabad inhabitants.
The PC-I of a Rs. 10.5 billion scheme for development work in rural regions was authorised at a Development Working Party (DWP) meeting, expanding the reach of uplift projects there.
Within two years, the project, which will concentrate on rehabilitating rural roads, water supply systems, street pavements, and sanitation systems, is anticipated to be finished.
Furthermore, the CDA has approved two projects: the Rs. 1,424 million building of a two-lane flyover at Rawat T-Chowk from the N-5 Gujar Khan side to the Islamabad Highway and the Rs. 2,120 million Chatta Bakhtawar Housing Scheme.
A revised PC-I for the Islamabad bus service project, estimated to cost at least Rs. 9,614 million, and a project to buy new equipment for the sanitation directorate, estimated to cost Rs. 2,573 million, have both been authorised by CDA.
In addition, a PC-I for a connection road through the Margalla underpass connecting Garden Avenue and Murree Road worth Rs. 142 million has been authorised.
The CDA has also approved a PC-I for Rs. 4,109 million for the construction of an underpass and the extension of Srinagar Highway from 7th Avenue to Serena Chowk.
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