Islamabad: According to news reports, the National Logistic Cell (NLC) has mobilised equipment to build the 10-kilometer Islamabad/Inter Junction Principal (I.J.P) Road from Faizabad to Peshawar Morr. The project, which will cost PKR 4.9 billion and take 18 months to complete, will include the construction of four lanes on either side of the road as well as two flyovers.

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One flyover will be erected near Sector I-11 at the intersection of 9th Avenue, and the other near Sector I-11 at the intersection of Faqir Appi Road. The contractor for the I.J.P Road will pick the best alternative to commence construction, according to the Capital Development Authority (CDA), and the diversion plan will be created appropriately. Both light and heavy vehicles use the IJP road, which links the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

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Despite the fact that the current two-lane I.J.P Road was established 18 years ago, it has not been enlarged and only minor rehabilitation work has been performed, despite the fact that traffic flow between the two cities is quickly rising.

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