Capital Development Authority (CDA) will execute the project for the construction of 10th Avenue in Islamabad. Federal Government will provide funding for the project through PSDP. CDWP has approved the plan by CDA for the construction of 10th Avenue. CDA Administration has been working on a comprehensive strategy to boost infrastructure in Islamabad and develop long-neglected residential sectors. Accordingly, development works in Islamabad are witnessing a new pace.
CDA working hard…
Incumbent CDA Administration, sensitive to the needs and of the city and problems of people, decided to take up this project. The construction of 10th Avenue will straightly benefit the people living in I-10, H-10, I-9, H-9, G-10, and F-10. The project will ease traffic congestion on Faqeer Appi Road and 9th Avenue.
Smooth flow of traffic in Islamabad, finally!
When initiated, the project will include road work, construction of an overhead bridge at Margalla Railway station, underpass at H-9/H-10, Interchange at Kashmir Highway, Rehabilitation/resettlement of slum in Sector H-9, underpass at I-9, I-10, box nullah bridge, the interchange at IJP Road, underpass at G-9/G-10, underpass at Ibne-e-Seena Road, underpass at Jinnah Avenue and underpass at F-9, F-10
NLC has been awarded the contract.
The CDA board approved the award of the contract to a government-owned company, the authority on Monday conducted a competition between Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) and the NLC and found the latter’s bid of Rs10.2 billion to be the lowest against the Rs10.9 submitted by FWO.
According to CDA officials, 10th Avenue will be constructed in two phases. In the first phase, a five-km road will be constructed from I.J. Principal Road/Katarina Bridge to Srinagar Highway near the edge of G-9 and the starting point of G-10. Once started, work on the project will be completed in 21 months.
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