The Punjab Central Business District Development Authority (PCBDDA) in Lahore, Pakistan, has introduced a ground-breaking idea known as the “Blue Road” to modernise the city’s infrastructure and improve the quality of life for its citizens. The speaker claims that this innovative technology is a first for Asia.
The “Blue Roads” include heat observation and energy-saving characteristics that minimise pollutants. It supports a healthier environment as a sustainable replacement for conventional asphalt roads.
These roadways now have a special coating on their surface that reflects sunlight. Also, lowering the amount of heat absorption by the surface. This reflective coating also makes it easier for drivers to see at night, improving road safety.
To guarantee that the project timetable is met in accordance with the instructions of the interim Chief Minister of Punjab, Mohsin Raza Naqvi, Imran Amin, the CEO of PCBDDA, is supervising the construction activity.
Imran highlighted his delight in bringing the Blue Road idea to Pakistan. It has previously been successfully implemented in several Middle Eastern and European nations, including Qatar, the Netherlands, and France. The infrastructure of Lahore will be modernised, and sustainability will be promoted thanks to this initiative.