PM Instructs to Speedup Construction Work on the ‘BRT Green Line Project’

Karachi: To relieve traffic congestion in Karachi, the city administration has appealed to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif for assistance. The administration has requested two specific directives to ease traffic problems in the city.

Firstly, they seek permission for heavy vehicles to use the Lyari Expressway. Currently, heavy vehicles are banned and from using the expressway by the National Highway Authority (NHA), showing clearly that the expressway is designed only for cars and light transport vehicles.

Secondly, the city administration has urged the Prime Minister to expedite and speed up the slow development work on the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Green Line extension project on M.A. Jinnah Road. The incomplete development work has led to severe congestion on M.A. Jinnah Road, affecting the smooth traffic flow in the area.

Karachi Mayor Barrister Murtaza Wahab, in a letter addressed to the Prime Minister, highlighted the urgency of the situation. He stated that a recent engagement with city authorities confirmed that the Lyari Expressway could accommodate heavy traffic.

Mayor Wahab urged and motivated the Prime Minister to consider this problem and resolve Karachi’s traffic congestion issues. He praised the Prime Minister’s successful development initiatives in Lahore and across Pakistan and expressed great hope for similar transformative changes in Karachi.

Mayor Wahab has appealed to the Prime Minister to step in and address Karachi’s traffic congestion problems. He pointed to the Prime Minister’s successful development projects in Lahore and elsewhere in Pakistan and expressed hope for similar positive changes in Karachi.

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