Islamabad: According to media sources, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) confirmed that the Metro Bus Service to New Islamabad International Airport will be operational early next year.

The authority has hired specialists to construct the necessary facilities so that the bus service can begin operating within the time frame. The building of the Command and Control Centre, as well as the procurement of buses, would be completed over the next four months, according to the details.

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It was also revealed that the CDA intends to build a bus depot in Peshawar Morr for PKR 800 million, where buses that would run on various routes will be stored in the future. Having a single depot for all buses eliminates the need to invest in multiple depots.

In addition, a traffic control room and a smart traffic management system will be installed to avoid traffic violations and overloading. To guarantee the control centre and depot are completed on time, the authority has also authorised the purchase of steel frames and pre-engineered structures.

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The National Highway Authority (NHA) would be in charge of infrastructure construction on the Metro Bus Service to New Islamabad International Airport project, while the civic agency will be in charge of the Peshawar Morr depot.

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