The Capital Development Authority (CDA) will be executing the construction project for the 10th Avenue Interchange in Islamabad.
According to a press release, the Central Development Working Party (CDWP) accepted CDA’s construction plan.
Although the unofficial images of Srinagar Interchange are all over the internet, the unique design of the project has attracted many people.
The 10th Avenue is going to be 7.6 km long, costing Rs. 11,078 million. The three-year-long project will be funded by The Federal Government under the Public Sector Development (PDSP) initiative.
The project entails three phases of construction- The first phase will include construction from Kashmir Highway to Service Road (N) I-9/I-10. The second phase however will begin from Service Road North I-9/I-10 towards IJP Road. The third stage of the project is going to start with the Kashmir Highway towards Khayaban-e-Iqbal.
The CDA administration has devised this plan for the benefit of people residing in the I, H, and F sectors of Islamabad. The project is designed to significantly improve the infrastructure of Islamabad, and will also reduce traffic congestion on Faqeer Api Road and 9th Avenue.
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