Well, in Karachi after the phenomenal increase in population in vehicular traffic has resulted in congestion and traffic jams on major roads of city due to which commuters face inconvenience and difficulties such as consumption of excess fuel and time, environmental pollution and accidents, etc. That is why our Local Government Department (‘LGD’), Government of Sindh intends to develop the Malir Expressway Project which will facilitate thousands of commuters and dodging the traffic of Karachi by launching the largest urban transport project in Pakistan.
About Malir Dual Expressway
Sindh Government is launching the Malir Expressway on a public-private partnership, it is the largest PPP project after the Thar Coal Project. The Malir Expressway will play an important role in Karachi’s traffic problems.
Malir Expressway covers the gridlock of Karachi Port, Korangi Industrial Area, Landhi Industrial Area, Steel Mills, Port Qasim, and other such areas towards upcountry through the National and Super Highways.
This project includes the development of 38.7 kilometers 3×3 lane expressway with controlled access along the Malir River starting from Korangi Creek Avenue (DHA), crossing through Qayyumabad and ending at Karachi–Hyderabad Motorway (M-9) near Kathore via the existing Link Road.
Malir Expressway connects ARY laguna DHA city to Karachi by motorway, ARY Laguna is located opposite to Bahria Town Karachi on Superhighway.
The proposed Malir Expressway will be the shortest alternative route to M-9 Motorway from DHA Karachi to only 25 minutes. It will be designed for speedy yet safe travel from the urban areas of the city to nearby villages. The Expressway will have 6 interchanges. It will cater about approximately 30,000 Vehicles per day.
Construction of Malir Expressway with Minimum Displacement of People
Construction work on the Malir Expressway is in full swing, and so far 15 kilometres of earthwork from the Jam Sadiq Bridge to Quaidabad has been completed.
There are about 5 to 6 construction teams are working on the site uses hot-mix asphalt or concrete to form the proper roads for heavy traffic and further work is currently underway. There are about 200 to 250 Heavy machines has been used and hard-working labor are doing their best to complete their task on time. Malir Expressway’s inauguration date was 10 Dec 2020 and this will be completed within 5 years.
Issues are Meant to Be Solve
The CM Murad Ali Shah was told that there are some land issues, as some parts of the land are owned by people and some parts belong to the Pakistan Air Force. Malir deputy commissioner said that after incorporating changes in Malir Expressway Route, some 400 to 500 concrete and mud houses would be demolished and 40 acres of private land would also be included in the project.
Then, Sindh Government had made changes in the project to ensure that the least possible number of people had to be displaced as a result of the Malir Expressway’s Construction. The CM promised that the displaced population would also be provided with alternative accommodation. He also directed to keep visiting the work site so that its portion up to Quaidabad can be completed within the next eight months. For further details kindly contact.
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