Islamabad: On Monday, city administrators made the decision to widen Jinnah Avenue in sectors G-9 and F-9 and build an underpass near Serena Chowk in order to extend a piece of the Srinagar Highway.
Numerous development projects were addressed by the Capital Development Authority Development Working Party (CDA-DWP), which met at CDA headquarters under the chairmanship of Noorul Amin Mengal.
In addition to CDA officers, members of the Planning Commission were present at the meeting. The employment of a consultant to create a feasibility study and design for an expansion of the Srinagar Highway from the 7th Avenue Interchange to Serena Chowk, where an underpass will also be built, was approved by the authorities.
Bicycle lanes will be made up on both sides of the road as part of this project. Furthermore, for this project, a sum of Rs. 8.5 million was also approved.
In two months, the consultant is expected to finish his assignment. The council also authorised a PC-I for the widening of Jinnah Avenue at the G-9/F-9 sector, costing Rs482.6 million. Along with the cycling track, the road will be widened and given two additional lanes. Within six months, the project is anticipated to be finished.
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