ISLAMABAD, Nov 7 (Pakistan Point News - APP - 07th Nov, 2016 ) : Development work on the Koral Interchange is ongoing and the project will be completed in end of this year. Talking to APP, senior official of CDA told that the pace of work is in full swing and 70 percent development work of interchange has been done. Three underpasses are being constructed on the Koral Interchange, of which two have been completed and the laying of cement concrete on the third will start soon, he added.
Sources said the Islamabad Expressway also needed to be widened in order to relieve motorists of regular traffic jams. Five interchanges will be constructed at various places on the Islamabad Expressway including Sohan, Khanna, Koral, Japan Road and G.T. Road, he said. He added that the project also includes the expansion of 8.5 kilometres between Faizabad and Koral Chowk to five lanes and the construction of four lanes on the 12.5 kilometres from Koral to G.T. Road. The project for renovating the 25 kilometer road from Zero Point to Rawat as part of the Islamabad Expressway signal-free corridor will be completed at a cost of Rs 21.8 billion.