Here is all you need to know about latest updates on Rawalpindi Ring Road Project
Last month, the administration completed the land survey for the 40 kilometers long Rawalpindi Ring Road track while identifying the project's land.
The Rawalpindi Ring Road project will promote the China Pakistan Economic Corridor route as it will be connected with the Hakla-DI Khan Interchange.
All industrial supplies and transport can move to and from the CPEC route through this ring road. The CPEC zone included in the scheme will be developed near Hakla-D. I Khan (M14) Interchange and will comprise Ware Houses, Industrial Estate II, Dry Port, Logistic Hub II, and a Truck Terminal.
Last month, the administration completed the land survey for the 40 kilometers long Rawalpindi Ring Road track while identifying the project’s land.
According to the latest report on the project’s alignment, the expressway will start at the Radio Pakistan Building on National Highway 5 and merge with Margalla Road near the Sangjani Interchange.
The project will have junctions at eight various locations, including Radio Pakistan, Rawat, Chak Beli, Adyala, Chakri, M2 Mor, Islamabad International Airport, and Sangjani.
Besides redirecting the heavy traffic flow, it will also increase economic activities in the twin cities by providing direct passage to the Lahore-Islamabad Motorway and Islamabad International Airport.
Due to its geological and strategic significance, the ring road project has already been labeled as an economic game-changer for the twin cities.
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