Rawalpindi: The Rawalpindi Ring Road project is on schedule to be finished within a year, according to the Commissioner of Rawalpindi Division, Liaquat Ali Chatta. This is a huge milestone for the area.
The 38.3-kilometer-long Rawalpindi Ring Road is currently being built, and significant efforts are being made to guarantee that it is finished within the allotted time limit.
Details indicate that there will be five significant interchanges on the Rawalpindi Ring Road at Banth, Chak Beli Khan, Adiala Road, Chakri Road, and Thalian.
Along the Ring Road, industrial zones will also be built, improving the region’s economic potential.
Concerns over the project’s claimed shelving were addressed by Commissioner Chatta, who emphasised the project’s significance as a public welfare effort and assured everyone that it is still on track.
In addition, the Ring Road project is anticipated to provide the local business sector with alternative commercial options and market connections to economic zones.
The Commissioner also commended the Rawalpindi Development Authority’s (RDA) crucial role in carrying out city development projects and emphasised their quick advancement.
Additionally, it is predicted that the Ring Road project will reduce traffic on city roadways and make it easier for locals to travel, ushering in a new phase of development for Rawalpindi.
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