ISLAMABAD: Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA), Amer Ali Ahmed has directed to facilitate the development work for the rehabilitation of IJP Road in line with the government’s policy of rehabilitating roads in the federal capital.
The CDA member of engineering, Director General Works, Director Roads South, NESPAK Consultant, and NLC team visited the IJP Road area of Islamabad on Saturday and took a detailed look at the pace of development work there.
CDA officials said that the project will build four lanes on each side of the IJP Road, including two rigid and two flexible lanes, which will keep the traffic system running smoothly between Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
Similarly, two flyovers will be constructed, one on 9th Avenue and the other on Faqeer Appe Road. In contrast, two bridges will be built at Katarian and Pirwadhi to ease traffic congestion.
Citizens will not have to face problems like traffic jams, and it will facilitate the traffic management system in the twin cities.
The CDA spokesman said that the project would be completed in 18 months and opened to traffic at a total cost of Rs 4.9 billion.