Islamabad: Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chairman Captain (retired) Muhammad Usman Younis shared that Margalla Avenue will soon be open to traffic, according to news published in the leading newspaper on January 19.
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CDA Chairman Younis shared the video update on the progress of Margalla Avenue, hinting that the long-awaited road will soon be open to traffic, however, he didn’t share the exact date or timeline for the inauguration of the project. As per the details, the progress of Margalla Avenue indicates that the project is near completion.
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It is important to note that Margalla Avenue is a 33-kilometre-long highway in the Margalla hills in the suburbs of Islamabad. It is an alternative to Srinagar Highway, which will allow easy access to the N-5 National Highway. This road is a crucial part of the Rawalpindi Ring Road, as it will connect Sangjani (N-5 National Highway) to Bhara Kahu (Murree Expressway).
Well done CDA