March 26, 2022: The Central Growth Doing the job Celebration (CDWP) on Friday has proposed four progress assignments worthy of 352.9 billion to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) for acceptance.
The assembly was chaired by Deputy Chairman Scheduling Commission Dr Jahanzeb Khan which was attended by the Secretary Ministry of Conversation, Chairman National Catastrophe Management Authority NDMA, Chairman National Highway Authority, Users of Scheduling Commission and other crucial stakeholders.
The discussion board took up 4 tasks which incorporate the Design of Hyderabad-Sukkur (306KM), 6-lanes, Construction of the Northern Area of Ring Road from Warsak Highway to Nasir Bagh Road and Restoration & Revamping of Gujjar and Orangi Nullahs.
The CDWP proposed the Design of Hyderabad-Sukkur (306KM), 6-lanes divided fenced motorway on a BOT basis to the ECNEC. The overall charge of the challenge is Rs 308,194. million and NHA will execute the job.
The task envisages construction of 306-kilometre lengthy, 06-lane broad, obtain-controlled Hyderabad–Sukkur-Motorway.
The motorway is proposed as a significant-velocity toll highway facility for successful and risk-free transportation, which will start off from Hyderabad (finish of Karachi-Hyderabad Motorway M-9) and terminates at Naro Canal (Begin of Sukkur – Multan Motorway-M-5).
The job alignment passes by Jamshoro, Tando Adam, Hala, Shahdadpur, Nawabshah, Moro, Dadu, Naushahro Feroze, Mehrabpur, Rasoolpur, Larkana, Khairpur and Sukkur.
The scope of work consists of the building of a 1-major bridge around the River Indus, 15-Interchanges, 6-flyovers, 19- overpass bridges, 76-Canal bridges, 154-subways, 137-Cattle Creeps and drainage composition.
The goal of the task is to market the sleek circulation of website traffic on the Karachi ~ Lahore Motorway (KLM) portion i.e., from Hyderabad to Sukkur. Following construction with sophisticated amenities, the proposed motorway facility will offer an efficient clever corridor for domestic as very well as international targeted visitors, therefore contributing to strengthening and balancing financial growth in Pakistan.
The forum also advised the Construction of the Northern Segment of Ring Road venture from Warsak Highway to Nasir Bagh in KP to the ECNEC. The full charge of the project is Rs 14,703.892 million completely funded by Govt of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and it will be comprehensive in 3 years.
The task envisages design of 6 lane Northern Part of Peshawar Ring Road from Warsak Road to Nasir Bagh Street owning a overall size of 8.7 Km. The scope of get the job done involves the development of 3 lanes dual carriageway, intersection, flyover, bridges, culverts, underpasses, retaining partitions and shifting of utilities.
The venture aimed to deal with the visitors dilemma faced in Peshawar specifically, on Warsak Highway, G.T Street, Khyber Road and Jamrud Road and intersections positioned on these Roadways.
The goal of the challenge is to provide a bypass to the visitors plying in between the Northern regions and Afghanistan and that plying between the metropolis and outskirts located on Northern facet of G.T Street – Jamrud Road N-5) and Hayatabad City, Khyber Agency and Regi Design City, Askari-6, DHA and so forth.
It will provide an alternate route to the metropolis visitors, open new areas of advancement so as to set the town advancement in a radial pattern relatively than in a linear path along G.T – Jamrud Highway (N-5). It will also lower environmental air pollution.
The discussion board advised restoration & revamping of two initiatives of Gujjar and Orangi Nullahs in Karachi to ECNEC with a revised costs of Rs 14,956.46m and Rs 15,083.18m respectively. Chairman NDMA responded to the observations of the CDWP.