Islamabad: In response to excessive delays in the Bhara Kahu bypass project, Frontier Works Organization has been asked to submit the draft PC-1 by CDA.
Located over 7.8 km, the Margalla Road bypass is an integral part of the project. To provide commuters with an alternate route to Murree, Galyat, and Kashmir, the project plans to construct a new road.
It is expected that the work at Bhara Kahu will be completed within two years, solving the long-standing traffic jam issue.
It has become one of the most vulnerable points of public concern in the federal capital due to the constant traffic jams and hustle and bustle around the Bhara Kahu area of Murree Road.
However, none of the work has yet begun on this project, which was conceived during the previous government’s tenure.
It has been estimated that around 70% of the work on the first phase of the project has already been completed through the joint efforts of CDA and FWO. Margalla road, which runs from Sangjani to sector D-12, is included in the first phase of the project.
The FWO is working on the draft PC-1 for Phase Two of the Bhara Kahu Bypass project, according to information collected through the civic agency.
As soon as the document has been submitted to CDA, it will be reviewed by the civic agency, and any necessary changes will be made. The Development Working Party will then review and approve the finalized document.
E and C branches of the Army had already approved the design and alignment of the project. Malpur is the starting point and Satra Meel, Murree Road, is the ending point of this project.
The Frontier Works Organization (FWO) is currently reviewing the draft of PC-1, which the city managers are still waiting for.
As soon as the draft is approved by FWO, it will be forwarded to the Development Working Party (DWP). Construction will begin after the project has been approved by the Department of Works and Pensions.
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