Islamabad: According to news reports The Capital Development Authority (CDA) board is set to approve two road development projects for Islamabad at its upcoming meeting. The construction of the 7th Avenue Interchange and the renovation of the I.J.P road, both of which will be carried out by the Frontier Works Organisation (FWO), are among these projects.

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The PKR 7.5 billion projects would be granted to the Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) due to the size of the projects and the need for speedy execution, according to the information.

The 7th Avenue interchange road infrastructure project will cost PKR 1.5 billion and will be erected in the configuration of a cloverleaf with four left and four right loops. An underpass will also be built to connect the two parts of Khayaban-e-Suharwardy. The renovation and expansion of the IJP road will cost PKR 6 billion.

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Furthermore, the IJP road is being created with the considerable traffic flow on the road from Azad Jammu and Kashmir to Rawalpindi, Taxila, Attock, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in mind (AJK). However, the road was not designed to manage that volume of traffic, resulting in its deteriorated state.

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