Karachi, January 14, 2013 (PPI-OT): KMC Administrator Muhammad Hussain Syed has said that Jinnah Terminal Flyover costing Rs289million at Sharea Faisal after completion would be first gift of 2013 for citizens of Karachi whereas four flyovers at Shara-e-Pakistan would also be completed at the same time.
The completion of these projects would provide support to build city infrastructure on modern lines and improve the system of transport therefore construction works of Jinnah Terminal Flyover including all development projects should be faster for completion on time and availability of quality standard should also be ensured.
He said this while during a visit to Jinnah Terminal Flyover where he was accompanied by Director General Technical Services Altaf G. Memon, Sr. Director Transport and Communication Muhammad Ather and other high officials. Administrator Karachi issued directives and inquired about the speed of construction works. On this occasion Director General Technical Services Altaf G. Memon gave a briefing and informed that this flyover has 570 meter length, 10.5 width and with 9 spans and quality of material in construction works was being considered.
This flyover having three lanes would be completed in given time and construction works were underway speedily. Administrator Karachi said that Sharae Faisal was an important corridor of the city where heavy traffic pressure exist due to international airport and completion of Jinnah Terminal Flyover would reduce the traffic pressure and citizens on Airport and National Highway would be provided with transportation facilities.
He directed project director to be present at construction site and to complete the remaining works of Jinnah Terminal Flyover speedily. He said that he would keep paying visits to development projects including Jinnah Terminal Flyover to inspect speed and material being used in construction.
For more information, contact:
Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC)
City District Government Complex, 1st Floor, Civic Centre,
Tel: +9221 9923 2400 -01
Fax: +9221 9923 2406