Tariq Mahmood Murtaza, Chairman of Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) elaborated on Sunday that with the execution of this phenomenal project, the issue of traffic congestion in the twin cities will be resolved. It will also be proved to be a cost-effective project for the people of the Twin Cities who can save a lot of money they spend on daily travel.
He declared that further three mega projects are going to be started in Garrison City including the Kachehri Chowk project costing Rs. 4.8 billion along with the Ring Road which is going to cost Rs. 30 billion, and the Defense Chowk which estimates at Rs. 4 billion.
Concurring to an explanation, Layyah Nala is intensely contaminated due to the dumping of squander and untreated wastewater from the Twin Cities, including that RDA has begun the Leh Nala Expressway venture which approximately 40 It’ll take a toll billions of rupees. Between July 7 and 2018, trade incomes in RDA-controlled regions were Rs 6.5 billion, whereas between 2018 and 2019, this number expanded to Rs 12.4 billion. From 2019 to 2020 this number was Rs 13.4 billion and from 2020 to 2021 it expanded to Rs 71 billion. For the primary time, RDA is in an overflow of Rs 2 billion, he added, ” We were effective in digitizing the total records whereas our approach was amazingly straightforward and business-friendly.” He said that state-of-the-art computerized one-window operation centers have been set up to encourage the individuals, including that ease of doing trade has been upgraded by giving all administrations beneath one roof.
The Rawalpindi Ring Street extension will be completed in a year and a half rather than the stipulated period of two a long time so that the activity issue of Rawalpindi city can be unraveled on a priority basis. It could be an exceptionally paramount and upbeat day for the citizens of Rawalpindi that customary work has been begun on the critical extent of Ring Street. The appointee Commissioner ought to mobilize all the income staff in this respect.
A 38.3 km long project, this will originate from the National Highway (N-5) at Baanth which will go through other interchange points called Chakbeli Road, Adiala Road, Chakri Road, and will be completed at the M-2 motorway at Thalian Interchange.