After the inauguration of the Akbar Chowk Flyover mere days ago, Interim Chief Executive Punjab Mohsin Naqvi has unveiled yet another traffic initiative. The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has transformed the 6.5-kilometer expanse of Shahra-e-Nazria, Pakistan, into an uninterrupted thoroughfare.
The caretaker CM officiated the project’s commencement on Tuesday. He was accompanied by DG LDA Muhammad Ali Randhawa, Chief Engineer LDA Israr Saeed, and other eminent officials.
The chief engineer apprised the assembly that seven fortified U-turns were engineered to render Shahra-e-Nazria Pakistan a signal-free passageway. Optimistically, authorities anticipate that introducing this signal-free corridor will abate the vehicular congestion prevalent on the metropolis’s most bustling highway.
Caretaker CM Naqvi received confirmation that the project’s construction spared the axing of any arboreal entities. Commending the LDA officials for their expeditious completion, CM Naqvi extolled their foresight, which not only adhered to but exceeded the stipulated timeline, thereby economizing on valuable temporal and material resources.