NHA Raises Toll Charges for Lahore-Islamabad Motorway
The National Highway Authority (NHA) has once again raised the toll tax rates for the Lahore-Islamabad Motorway (M2).
As indicated in an official announcement, the updated rates will be in effect from August 25, 2023, until August 26, 2024. The revised rates are as follows:
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In a recent development, the construction of the Gujranwala Motorway Link Project has commenced. Valued at Rs. 11 billion, this initiative aims to establish a connection between the city and the motorway. With a targeted completion time of 90 days, the project will significantly enhance travel convenience for the city’s population of 600,000 residents.
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This venture encompasses the creation of a 58.1-kilometer road stretch, featuring two flyovers, which will link Gujranwala with an interchange near Mooramanabad. Fayyaz Aslam, the Deputy Commissioner of Gujranwala, affirmed that the motorway will remain operational throughout the construction phase, with efforts to ensure the project’s swift completion.
This undertaking is regarded as a pivotal advancement for Gujranwala, a city currently lacking direct motorway connectivity. The forthcoming link will not only provide expedited access to various parts of the country for residents but will also invigorate economic activity within the region.