Islamabad: On Sunday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif directed the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to complete the Bhara Kahu bypass within a period of four months. Furthermore, CDA was asking to make the inter-city bus service operational in one month.
The Prime Minister issued these directives while inaugurating the Rawal Dam Interchange project’s flyover. Additionally, he stated that completing the Bhara Kahu bypass in four months is entirely feasible, noting that his team completed major projects in Lahore and Murree in four months.
The project has been facing delays causing unrest among citizens as traffic congestion is common on Murree Road. The 7.8km long bypass, which is a component of the Margalla Road project, was created to give travellers heading in the direction of Murree, Galyat, and Kashmir an alternate route.
The proposed bypass will start from Malpur area and culminate near Satra Meel on Murree Road.
The project’s foundation stone was laid by the former prime minister Imran Khan in April of last year close to Quaid-e-Azam University, but construction has not yet started.
A flyover project would be preferred by the CDA over the proposed Bhara Kahu bypass project, according to sources. Furthermore, the civic agency’s engineering division has developed a new proposal that claims building a road-crossing flyover will alleviate traffic congestion.
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