Islamabad: The Rawal Dam Interchange project is anticipated to be finished by October 2022, with approximately 35% of the work completed.

Officials from the Capital Development Authority (CDA) mentioned this. The Rs1.1 billion project, which was inaugurated in July last year, was postponed for a few months until construction on it fully began in October last year, with a two-year completion deadline.

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The officials noted that moving utility service lines took several months and caused slow progress at first, but that basic construction always takes time and that the remaining work would be done within the deadline now that the project is in its second year.

CDA will endeavour to complete the project before the deadline, according to one of the engineers.

The interchange is being built at the intersection of Murree Road, Club Road, and Park Road, and when completed, it will bring respite to commuters since traffic congestion on this stretch of Murree Road has been a common occurrence.

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Traffic congestion has become a concern in recent years as the population in the surrounding districts of Margalla Town and Park Road has grown. Residents of various housing schemes and communities, notably Banigala and CDA’s Park Enclave, use the road as their major route.

Many educational institutions and wedding marquees have also been erected in the area over the previous decade or so.

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