In a recent meeting chaired by the Director General of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA), Muhammad Ali Randhawa, the progress of ongoing and proposed project design in the city was reviewed.
Among the topics discussed was the redesign of the Akbar Chowk project. It was decided that flyovers would be built on both sides instead of underpasses. It will ensure that no trees would be cut down during the construction.
The meeting also included a detailed discussion on the construction of a new four-lane bridge over the Ravi Bridge, along with the Shahdara Chowk project design. The design of constructing a flyover instead of an underpass at Gulshan Ravi T-Junction was also reviewed. The new designs of the projects aim to minimize land acquisition and provide more convenience to the citizens.
The LDA shared this news on their official Twitter account. They emphasized that the changes in the design would not only reduce the environmental impact but also provide more convenience. This decision is expected to facilitate smooth traffic flow in the city, particularly at busy intersections.
It is worth mentioning that the LDA has been actively working on several development projects to enhance the infrastructure of Lahore. It will also preserve its natural beauty and provide better facilities and services to the citizens.