The newly approved Metro Bus link to new Islamabad Airport would include 14 bus stops and cost around 18 billion rupees.
National Highway Authority (NHA) has formally approved the infrastructure design of the Rs. 18 billion extension of the Islamabad Metro Bus line.
NHA has informed Prime Minister that the project would include 14 bus stops along the route and would cost around 18 billion rupees.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif made it clear that the standard road networks is essential to the overall socio-economic development of the country and directed the authorities for speedy state-of-the-art construction of Islamabad Metro Bus link from Peshawar Mor to New Islamabad Airport.
For this purpose, Nawaz Sharif called on Secretary Communications Division and Chairman National Highway Authority Shahid Ashraf Tarar. He emphasized that there will be no compromise on quality of work because roads are the basic access for the far-flung people of the country.
Prime Minister further said that the new Metro Bus route linked with Islamabad Airport will resolve the probable traffic load towards the New Airport and save precious time for the commuters with ease of travel and comfort.
According to news reports, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will inaugurate the newly approved Metro Bus link along with new Islamabad Airport at 14th August.
During meeting with the officials, PM Nawaz Sharif argued to facilitate masses by providing a fast and easy link with the new Airport. Highways authority was entrusted with the task to build the necessary infrastructure for it.