Monday, July 22, 2024

Islamabad’s Traffic Issues to end: CDA’s New Plan

In an offer to mitigate heavy traffic issues in Islamabad, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has educated the Engineering, Finance, and Planning offices to set up an attainability report for development plans.

Supposedly, the undertaking will be done in stages. The principal stage will remember the development of flyovers and underpasses for Margalla Road in F-10 and E-11, the zones with gridlock issues, particularly during top hours. The media report likewise recommends that the venture will begin in February 2021.

On 17 December, the Minister of Interior, Sheik Rashid, requested the expulsion of all security check posts from the streets of Islamabad to encourage the progression of traffic. Subsequently, 18 of 21 check posts were promptly taken out by the specialists. He told the media that the new shrewd watch vehicles would supplant the check posts.

Sheik Rashid reported at a question and answer session yesterday that solitary three check posts, two close to lavish inns and one on Margalla Road, would stay useful.

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