ISLAMABAD: The construction of 10th Avenue is progressing slowly, and it is doubtful that it would be finished in the allotted 18 months. Was informed by sources that the project will likely take several years to finish because less than 15% of the work has been completed after 12 of the total 18 months have already passed. The project's construction began in March of last year, and according to the PC-1, it was expected to cost Rs10.2 billion and take 18 months to finish. Capital Development Authority is carrying out this project (CDA).
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It is important to note that the NLC also requested funding from CDA in a letter a few months ago, which is pertinent to this discussion. "We cannot compel the project's completion within the deadline if we do not provide the National Logistics Cell (NLC) with the necessary funding. A CDA officer said, "The work is moving along slowly, but we are confident that in April the federal government will release some funding. The civic agency has been in contact with the government in this regard.
The project comprises two phases, the first of which is currently underway and involves building a 5-kilometer road from the Katarian Bridge on I.J.P. Road to Srinagar Highway close to the intersection of G-9 and G-10. The second phase would eventually be built from Margalla Road to the Srinagar Highway.