The Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Mahmood Khan) will lay the foundation stone for Swat Motorway Phase-II next week.
A meeting was briefed on the improvement of Swat Motorway Phase II, which would be built at Rs. 58 billion and will range from Chakdara to Fatehpur. It was also announced that a concessionaire contract for the project’s execution had been signed. It was disclosed that Rs. 6.7 billion had been aside for the project’s land acquisition. Additionally, section four was legislated for land purchase.
The Chief Minister also instructed the concerned parties to speed up the purchase of land for the Dir Motorway project’s PC 1 so that precise construction on the project may start. He was supervising a meeting of the Pakhtunkhwa Highways Authority to discuss the situation of various road projects, including the Swat Motorway Phase II and the Dir Motorway.
The Swat motorway will have four routes at first but will be extended to six routes in the future. Chakdara Interchange, Malam Jabba-University of Swat Interchange, Sher Palam Interchange, Shamozai Interchange, Barikot Interchange, Mingora Interchange, Kanju Interchange, Matta Khawazakhela Interchange, and Madin-Fatehpur Interchange would be the expected nine interchanges.
On the Swat River, eight bridges will be constructed. The project also contains the construction of four rest structures in various places, as well as the construction of linkage roads if required.
PHA officials announced the huddle on Dir Motorway that a Declaration of Interest for a 30 km long Dir Motorway from Chakdara to Rabat has been floated. Three interchanges, four flyovers, 24 bridges, two underpasses, and two tunnels will be part of this road project. These initiatives, according to the Chief Minister, are a ‘milestone’ for the Malakand division’s long-term expansion since they will help to improve tourism, trade, and economic procedures. Moreover, he said, ‘These initiatives will deliver job opportunities for the local population in addition to providing transportation facilities.’
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