PM to inaugurate Sangla Hill interchange today
ISLAMABAD, NOV 11, (DNA) : Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will inaugurate the Sangla Hill interchange on Pindi Bhattian-Faisalabad Motorway (M-4) on Friday (today).
The interchange will link adjoining areas of Sangla Hill to the National Highway and motorway network for agricultural and industrial development in the area.
There are agricultural farms and industries on the route and people will be able to transport products to adjacent areas and other cities, National Highways Authority spokesman Kashif Zaman told media.
The interchange, completed at a cost of more than Rs3 million, is 3.7km long, has a 440-metre service road and two toll plazas
This 3.7 km long interchange is completed at a cost of more than Rs. 299.2 million with service road of 440 meters. 2xToll plazas and control building are also built there. Sangla Hill Interchange (M-4) will facilitate traffic to Lahore, Islamabad, Sargodha, Chiniot, Chak Jhumra,
Faisalabad and Jhang. Likewise, traffic from Lahore-Sheikhpura and Faisalabad road will have access to the motorway. Moreover, commercial traffic of under construction industrial zone at Faisalabad will also use this interchange.
Presently, National Highway Authority, Ministry of Communications is working on a number of projects throughout the country and Western Route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is being undertaken on priority. The corridor is to give Pakistan a central position in regional trade activity in the coming years.
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