Shehbaz Sharif Inaugurates Margalla Avenue: Boosting Islamabad-Rawalpindi Transport

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is set to inaugurate Margalla Avenue on June 20, as the Capital Development Authority (CDA) applies the final touches to the road, according to a news report.

Margalla Avenue, stretching from GT Road to the E-12 toll booth, has been completed with an investment of four billion rupees. The construction of Phase One, which spans a total length of 5.5 kilometers, encountered some challenges, including reported cracks near Shah Allah Ditta.

Due to the necessary rectification of construction-related issues, the project faced delays, despite its completion in January of this year. Margalla Avenue is a significant route in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, particularly for heavy transport trucks (HTVs), passing through various commercial areas, notably Pir Wadhai, the largest and busiest stop in both cities.

In an effort to address concerns and enhance the transportation infrastructure, IJP Road will undergo a redesign. The Chairman of CDA has emphasized the construction of pedestrian bridges, service lanes, and designated bike lanes as part of the overall improvements.

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