Koral Interchange opens for traffic

Aziz appreciated the Islamabad Metropolitan Corporation’s environment wing for landscaping work on the interchange


Our Correspondent March 01, 2017
PHOTO: EXPRESS

ISLAMABAD: Nearly 10 months after work began, the Koral Interchange was opened for traffic on Tuesday.

A significant component of the Zero Point-Rawat Signal Free Corridor, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is expected to formally inaugurate the interchange later this month.

Koral Interchange: CDA’s environment wing directed to start landscaping

“The interchange has been completed within nine months despite heavy traffic flow and VVIP movements [on the road],” Islamabad Mayor and Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chairman Sheikh Anser Aziz said while visiting the Koral Interchange on Tuesday.

He hoped that the interchange would make the flow of traffic smoother. Aziz appreciated the Islamabad Metropolitan Corporation’s environment wing for landscaping work on the interchange.

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