Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has launched development work in the industrial areas of the city, according to a news source published on November 13. To this effect, the roads and other civic infrastructure of the stalled I-10 and I-11 sectors are being rehabilitated.
In addition to these measures, the development authority recently also invited technical bids aimed at transforming the northern road located in these sectors into dual carriageways. Reportedly, the lowest bid has been identified — with the 7,200 ft long and 24 ft wide road expected to be constructed within a pre-set timeline of six months.
Meanwhile, the CDA has decided to procure new machinery to expand its secondary waste collection services in the densely populated areas of Islamabad. The said decision was taken in the latest CDA board meeting that was chaired by the authority’s Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed. According to the information available, the authority will be hiring personnel to provide a clean and green environment to the city’s residents.