NHA has launched work on the construction of the Kharian-Sambrial motorway. The project is 69-kilometre long and is an expansion of the Lahore-Sialkot Motorway (M-2).
The machinery has been moved to the GT Road near junction point of Kharian. The construction work on these points is estimated to cost 42 billion rupees. The work is launched by Deputy Director of National Highway Authority, Ahmad Bilal.
The official said that land had been acquired already to start the work, and the route is being cleared of trees, structures and bushes in the first phase, whereas the earth filling will be done in the next phase. The project includes:
- 6-lanes initially, but now it is limited to 4-lanes only.
- 5 interchanges and service areas, and all of them will fall in Gujrat District.
- One Kilometer bridge will be built over the Chenab River to link Gujrat and Sialkot.
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