Karachi: According to press reports, Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah announced that the Sindh government has chosen to build a bridge across the Indus River to connect Khairpur Nathan Shah and Kandiaro.

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According to the specifics, the bridge will improve traffic flow and minimise travel time between the two cities and adjacent areas. The minister indicated during the 34th Public-Private Partnership meeting that the Works and Services Department has already worked out a thorough plan for the construction of the bridge.

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It will begin on the Indus Highway at Khairpur Nathan Shah at Sita Village and end on the National Highway at Kamal Dero in Kandiaro, according to the attendees (N-5). The bridge and roadways will be 25 kilometres long in total, excluding the N-5 and N-55 roads. The bridge will be two kilometres long, with an 11.5-kilometer connection road on the Khairpur Nathan Shah side. On the Kandiaro side, the connecting road will be 11.50 kilometres long, excluding the N5 approach road to Kamal Dero.

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