Islamabad: To prevent traffic congestion, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has outlawed building along all revenue routes in Zone IV of the Capital.
It is pertinent to state that a summary has been created that prohibits any new construction within 50 feet of these roads and will be presented to the CDA board of directors.
Darwala Road, Bhimber-Lehtrar Road, Simly Dam Road, Japan Road, and Malot Road are among the roadways impacted by the decision.
The choice was decided after carefully comparing the two options: purchasing land to extend the road by 100 feet and prohibiting construction within 50 feet of these routes. The CDA opted for the latter since buying the land would have cost billions of rupees.
It is crucial to remember that Islamabad’s revenue roadways, which are normally 20 to 30 feet wide, are becoming more congested as a result of the city’s expanding housing societies and building projects.
These routes are among the busiest in the city when it comes to new societies and buildings, thus the traffic congestion needs to be controlled.
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