Good news for all Hyderabad and Karachi residents! Chairman NHA has announced that the Karachi-Hyderabad Motorway M9 is nearly completed and the route will be ready for operations soon.
Chairman NHA announced the happy news while talking to the media in Karachi, recently. The Ministry of Communications Secretary revealed that the Prime Minister will be inaugurating the Karachi-Hyderabad Motorway by the end of the ongoing month.
The plan was to convert 136-km long 4-lane Super Highway between Karachi and Hyderabad into a 6-lane controlled-access motorway, which, after completion, will be renamed as M-9.
The Ministry of Communications Secretary further revealed that the Khuzdar to Shehdad Kot highway will be inaugurated in March 2017 while the Burhan to Havelian project will be completed by August 2017.
According to the Chairman NHA, the Burhan to Mansehra project will be completed by 2018.
Furthermore, the Chairman also announced that the Hassanabdal to DI Khan road will be started on 5th. He revealed that China has agreed to provide funds for the project and that it has now become part of the CPEC. The motorway will connect M-5 with Konala, Quetta, Mughal Kot, Zhob, Kachlaq, Sourab, Panjgur, Turbat and then Gawadar.
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