Lahore: According to a news source on November 7, most of the construction on the Akbar Chowk flyover project has been completed, thus traffic may begin to flow this month. The specifics indicate that the girder launching work, which involved attaching the girders to the flyovers' respective pillars, was accomplished effectively. Furthermore, one overhead bridge's asphalt construction is complete, enabling the team to start work on the other flyover.
Beginning in May of this year, the Akbar Chowk overpass and remodelling project intends to make Maulana Shaukat Ali Road a signal-free thoroughfare. The project is to improve traffic flow at the intersection, give commuters between Kot Lakhpat and Canal a hassle-free trip, and save time and energy. Director General Muhammad Ali Randhawa of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) recently visited the project site to assess its progress.
He underlined the need to finish the building project as soon as possible and gave the Parks & Horticulture Authority (PHA) the go-ahead to beautify and plant the roads.