Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi has established a clear order for the swift completion of the Shahdara Chowk Flyover project as part of his proactive actions to improve urban infrastructure. CM has given the necessary instructions to speed up the project’s execution to reduce traffic congestion and enhance connectivity to finish it within the next month.
Recently, Chief Minister Naqvi visited the Shahdara Flyover project in person. The visit’s objective was to assess the project’s construction state and ensure it was proceeding according to plan.
A noteworthy accomplishment was revealed during the thorough briefing during the visit. The project has already completed 80% of its original scope. This demonstrable development highlights the collaborative efforts made by all interested parties to realize the Shahdara Flyover.
The engagement of a private contracting firm in charge of the project’s implementation is an essential aspect of this update. The company has shown its commitment to completing the project on time. This dedication to meeting the deadline demonstrates the contractor’s and the Caretaker Chief Minister’s shared goal.
Chief Minister Naqvi expressed his delight with the continuous progress and exceptional work completed thus far during his site visit. This recommendation underlines how committed all stakeholders are to seeing that the Shahdara Flyover not only lives up to but also exceeds the standards set for its durability and functionality.
The caretaker administration, the contractor, and the pertinent authorities are working closely as the Shahdara Flyover project nears its final phase to build a revolutionary new piece of Lahore’s infrastructure. This important initiative will improve travel efficiency, reduce traffic jams, and improve the urban environment.