Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has commenced construction work on the flyover portion of the Bhara Kahu Bypass project, according to news published on October 27.
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As per the details, the National Logistics Cell (NLC) has started pilling work on the one-kilometre flyover project of Bhara Kahu Bypass road. The NLC’s engineering wing stated that 275 piles will be fixed for the said flyover. It was also mentioned that motorists might face more traffic congestion; however, the officials will ensure smooth traffic flow.
The news source revealed that the bypass’s total length is 5.33-kilometre; out of which 4-kilometre is grade road and 1.33-kilometre is elevated (flyover). It was informed that work is ongoing at full pace, except for the portion of Quaid-e-Azam (QAU) University.
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CDA officials (whose names were not disclosed) stated that the project is expected to be completed within four months as per PC-1. They mentioned that the Bhara Kahu Bypass project will encompass an interchange and a flyover, which will be completed within two months, ahead of its schedule.