Following the completion of the Rawalpindi Ring Road project, according to Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, the residents of Rawalpindi and Islamabad have been congratulated on their accomplishment.
During the foundation stone laying ceremony for the Rawalpindi Ring Road, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar stated that the completion of the project will not only provide residents of the twin cities with more modern and better transportation options, but it will also aid in the smooth flow of traffic.
It was mentioned by him that, according to the survey, traffic congestion in major cities quadruples every five years. He went on to state the following:
He remarked that the announcement of the start of the Rawalpindi Ring Road building project was a source of tremendous pride for the PTI government.
According to the Minister of Roads and Highways, the construction of the 38-kilometer-long Ring Road, which will feature six lanes and five interchanges, will cost Rs33.70 billion and take three years.
The Federal Roads Organization (FWO) has been awarded the contract for the construction of the Rawalpindi Ring Road Project, which is expected to be completed in 24 months.
After the project is completed, he claims that local citizens will be able to find new employment opportunities, and commercial and economic operations will accelerate as a result.