Rawalpindi: According to a news source published on April 4th, the Secretary of the District Regional Transport Authority (DRTA), Muhammad Rashid Ali, recently announced that the district administration has plans to construct two transport hubs outside of the city.

Read More: Karachi mega transport projects’ deadlines have been set

According to the data, 740 acres of land will be acquired for both terminals for the above-mentioned purpose. The district administration will purchase 340 acres of land near Rawat’s First Interchange to construct a bus/truck terminal. On the other side, 400 acres have been repurposed for a bus/truck terminal near the New Islamabad International Airport at the Sixth Interchange of the Ring Road.

At the First Interchange of Ring Road, the local government will also purchase 80 acres of land for a cattle market, 150 acres for a dry port and green market, and 120 acres for a separate vegetable market.

Read More: Business plan drafted to boost Orange Train’s income

Mr. Ali reported that after the Rawalpindi Ring Road is completed, heavy traffic will be prohibited from entering the city, and only urban transportation will be permitted. To park urban transports, two depots will be built: Waran Bus Stand near Saddar and Chur Bus Stand. In addition, he described the Rawalpindi Ring Road project as a requirement for resolving traffic problems and pollution control in the region, and he stated that a Vehicle Inspection Certification System (VICS) will be built near Chur and will be operational in 15 days.

Captain (R) Muhammad Mehmood, the Commissioner of Rawalpindi Division, has set a two-year deadline for bus and truck owners to leave the district.

Stay tuned with Tajarat Property for more updates or information about the top-notch real estate projects like Blue World City.