Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) recently announced that it had completed the restoration of 80 percent of traffic signals, and 74 percent of the lights on roads, parks, and commercial centres in the city, according to news sources. In an official statement, the authority said that the initiative was a sign of its commitment to make the country’s capital a beautiful city.
In addition, the authority’s official statement stated that 60 percent of the lights in Sectors I, G, and F had been restored, while new colorful lights had also been installed in underpasses and bridges in the city. Streetlights had further been restored at the Expressway, Srinagar Highway, Jinnah Avenue, Margalla Road, 7th Avenue, 9th Avenue, and the commercial areas and roads of sectors F-6, F-7, F-10, and G-10. Moreover, LED lights have been installed in streetlights along the city’s roads and commercial areas.
The CDA is now working to check its electricity consumption — with work in progress to make the city’s remaining lights fully functional.