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NATIONAL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
BRIEF
Sub: Achievements of NHA During Past Five Years
TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATIONS
a.
Technological advances in global
communications & transportation
have significantly catalyzed the
emergence of global economy
leading
to
integration
of
fragmented national markets of
goods and services into a single
global
market.
Consequently,
regions with adequate means of
communications & transportation
have grown economically and
those lacking have lagged behind.
b.
Availability of an efficient transport and communications network is
a prerequisite for a meaningful economic cooperation amongst
nations, particularly in trade and tourism for attracting foreign
investment and realizing the potential gains from an outward
oriented trade strategy.
c.
Besides human capital (skill &
education) a strong efficient &
affordable means of transport/
communications contributes to
national economic growth by
lowering domestic production
cost,
integrating
markets,
promoting
economic
opportunities and establishing
links among the people.
d.
The transport & communications
sector generates a large number of employment opportunities, and
acts as a significant tool in the fight against poverty. The sector is
also a major contributor to government’s revenue through taxes and
duties on its production and imports, fees on ownership & operation
of vehicles and licensing of modern communications facilities.
e.
Sustainable economic development is dependent on a robust and
low cost transport system. Enhanced export competitiveness is also
contingent upon the efficient performance of the sector. The
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government is committed to implementing a comprehensive and
modernizing transport and logistic sector through continuous
reforms in all of its sub sectors.
f.
Pakistan’s economic development also depends on improvement /
modernization of its transport sector; which accounts for 11% of
GDP & 16% of fixed investment. The transport system consists
broadly of roads, railways, air transport and ports shipping services.
PRESENT GOVERNMENT’S POLICY
Road Infrastructure. Top priority has
been given to the road infrastructure.
Rs 138 billion have been allocated for
National Highway Authority roads
during 2008-12. At present 75
ongoing mega projects of NHA costing
Rs 569 billion are ongoing.
NTC Program. Equitable distribution
of resources among provinces /
regions is the top most priority. Main focus is on developing the NTC
(National Trade Corridor) Program. Major new NTC projects include
Faisalabad - Multan Motorway (M-4) and Sehwan - Ratodero Additional
Carriageway (N-55).
Inter-Regional Connectivity. Added attention is given to inter-regional
connectivity & strategic roads. Major projects include Kalat-QuettaChaman (N-25) and Raikot - Khunjerab (N-35).
East-West Connectivity. Main focus
of GoP is on improved east-west
connectivity through construction of
new bridges on all major rivers.
Incentives for Investors. The GoP
has offered open ended incentives
for investors. Increased confidence
of international donors may be
appreciated from the fact that seven
loan agreements were signed with
ADB, WB, JICA & China.
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NATIONAL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
NHA is responsible for development,
operation, maintenance & preservation
of the national highway network. Its
mission statement is to secure delivery
of efficient, reliable, safe & environment
friendly national highway network with
a view to improve quality of life in
Pakistan.
NHA network plays a major role in the all-weather reliability, reduced
transportation costs and increased access to markets for local produce
and products, access to new employment centers, employment of local
workers on the project, better access to health care and other social,
services, strengthening of local economies, etc.
National Highways are primarily interprovincial roads linking two or more
provinces or providing inter-regional
connectivity. NHA Network of 12,131 km
is merely 4.5% of Pakistan’s overall road
network but takes 80% of Pakistan’s
commercial traffic. The National Highway
(N-5), which is Pakistan’s key north south artery linking Torkham Border
with Karachi, carries 65% of this load.
ROLE & IMPORTANCE OF NATIONAL HIGHWAYS
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All-weather reliability
Reduced transportation costs
Increased access to markets for local produce / products
Lower trade costs
Enhance competitiveness of Pak
products
Access to new employment centers
Employment of local workers on the
project
Better access to health care / social
services
Strengthening of local economies
Improvement in quality of life
Reduction in accidents and enhanced
safety
National integration
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NHA’s DEVELOPMENT PORTFOLIO
Existing portfolio as reflected in PSDP
2011-12 comprised 89 projects costing Rs
664 billion. Expenditure already incurred
was Rs 242 billion and throw forward
liability Rs 422 billion. Cost of ongoing
schemes (75) was Rs 569 billion and for
planned schemes (14) Rs 95 billion.
NHA’s DEVELOPMENT PORTFOLIO (PROVINCIAL DISTRIBUTION)
Ongoing
Punjab 26 schemes
Sindh 17 schemes
KP 14 schemes
Balochistan 15 schemes
GB & AJK 3 schemes
Total
Rs 149 billion
Rs 78 billion
Rs 161 billion
Rs 125 billion
Rs 56 billion
Rs 569 billion
Planned
Punjab 7 schemes
Sindh 3 schemes
KP 1 scheme
Balochistan 2 schemes
GB & AJK 1 scheme
Total
Rs 19 billion
Rs 15 billion
Rs 23 billion
Rs 14 billion
Rs 24 billion
Rs 95 billion
MEGA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS LAUNCHED BY THE
PRESENT GOVERNMENT (2008 - 2012)
The present government launched 44 projects costing Rs 152 billion. 17
projects costing Rs 29 billion have already been completed while 27
projects are in different stages of execution. List is at Annex-A.
MEGA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
INHERITED FROM PREVIOUS REGIME
The present government inherited 41 ongoing
projects of previous regime out of which 22
projects costing Rs 65 billion have been
completed and remaining 19 projects are in
advance stage of execution. List is at Annex-B.
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MAJOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
LAUNCHED & COMPLETED BY PRESENT GOVERNMENT IN PUNJAB
MAJOR RIVER BRIDGES -Musa Pak Shaheed Bridge (River Sutlej).
Work was started in Jul-2009 and Bridge
opened for traffic in Jun-2011 at a cost of Rs
1.6 billion.
Benefits. This Bridge facilitates traffic coming
from Multan to Karachi and vice versa
through this link shorter by around 40 km
than the existing Trinda Muhammad PanahBahawalpur - Multan option (N-5) & open up
business opportunities.
Head Muhammadwala Bridge (River Chenab). Work started in Jan-2009
and Bridge opened for traffic in Dec-2011
at a cost of Rs 2.4 billion.
Benefits. This Bridge has reduced distance
between Kot Addu & other important cites
and Multan by 40 km. Major traffic from
north western parts of Punjab and also
some parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
heading Multan and Bahawalpur and vice
versa will now opt to cross River Chenab
via this bridge.
Pir Noori Badshah (Tarapp) Bridge (River Soan). Work started in Feb2010 and the Bridge opened for traffic in Oct-2011 at a cost of Rs 334
million.
Benefits. Previously manually operated cable car was used for crossing.
This Bridge has provided linkage between Tarapp on west bank (District
Attock) and Shah Muhammad Wali on east bank (District Chakwal). The
Bridge has also provided connectivity between Jand (N-80) and road
linking Balkassar Interchange (M-2) with Talagang and Musakhel.
MAJOR FLYOVERS / UNDERPASSES --Multan is located in the center of Pakistan
providing linkage with Sindh, Balochistan,
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and between far flung
areas of Punjab. Many national highways
takeoff from or cross Multan. These include
N-5, N-70, N-115 and M-4. Situation
warranted improvement of road infrastructure through Multan for enhanced
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inter-provincial connectivity.
To ease congestion in Multan city,
construction of 6 flyovers was commenced
at a cost of Rs 6.4 billion and 5 flyovers
have already been completed:
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Pul Mauj Darya Flyover
Nishtar Flyover
Chungi Nos 8 & 9 Flyovers
Jinnah Chowk Flyovers
Double Phattak Flyover
Wah Gate Underpass on N-5.
Work commenced in Dec-2008 and the
underpass opened for traffic in Oct-2011
at a cost of Rs 1 billion.
Benefits. The underpass will ease
congestion on GT Road at Taxila & Wah
Cantonment by segregation of local &
through traffic at this critical crossing
from where different link roads takeoff
in various directions.
MAJOR ONGOING DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
LAUNCHED BY PRESENT GOVERNMENT IN PUNJAB
FAISALABAD – KHANEWAL – MULTAN MOTORWAY (M-4)
Motorway network of Pakistan is a key
component of the National Trade
Corridor Improvement Program (NTCIP).
In furtherance of the existing network of
Motorways (M-1, M-2 & M-3), the
present government has undertaken
construction of Faisalabad - Khanewal Multan Motorway (M-4, 243 km).
In order to squeeze construction time,
construction work has commenced from
both Faisalabad & Multan ends.
Faisalabad – Gojra (68 km) will be completed by Feb-2013 at a cost of Rs
10 billion and Multan-Khanewal (57 km) by Dec-2014 at a cost of Rs 13
billion. Land acquisition for balance length is ongoing.
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Benefits. M-4 will ease traffic on N-5 &
reduce distance between Khanewal Pindi Bhattian by about 150 km. It will
result in huge savings in vehicle
operating costs besides reduction in
time and enhancing efficiency. It will
further open new avenues for economic
development and provide better access
to modern education, health and other
facilities. M-4 will also create job
opportunities for skilled & non-skilled people of the area during
construction phase.
SULTAN BAHOO BRIDGE (RIVER CHENAB)
Work started in Jul-2010 and 61% work on main Bridge has been
completed. The project cost is Rs 1.6 billion.
Benefits. Vehicular traffic presently
makes long detours to cross River
Chenab either at Trimmu in the north
or at Muzaffargarh where a boat bridge
is installed in winter while ferry service
is available during summer.
Bridge will provide direct link between
Shorkot - Garh Maharaja; famous for
“Tomb” of Hazrat Sakhi Sultan Bahoo
and facilitate traffic from Layyah,
Bhakkar, etc, on the west and Jhang, Toba Tek Singh, Faisalabad, etc,
on the east. The Bridge will further reduce traffic congestion across
Trimmu Headwork and bridges between Multan – Muzaffargarh. Vehicle
Operating Cost will also reduced viz saving in travel time/fuel providing
tremendous boost to the economy due to increased crossover activities.
BENAZIR BHUTTO SHAHEED BRIDGE (RIVER INDUS) NISHTAR
GHAT
Work commenced in Mar-2012 for
completion by Dec-2014. Bridge length
is 1200 meters. Project includes 31 km
approach roads, river training works
and guide banks. Overall cost of project
is Rs 5.4 billion.
Benefits. Existing crossing upstream is
at Ghazi Ghat Bridge and downstream
at Sukkur Bypass. Guddu Barrage also
exists between these two bridges close
to Sukkur Bypass Bridge. Distance between Ghazi Ghat Bridge and
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Sukkur Bypass Bridge is 377 km. Within this reach, a crossing through
Guddu Barrage and 10 ferry crossing points also exist. This is the
longest among the bridge-to-bridge breakup of length along River Indus;
which reflected the genuine need of an additional bridge.
New bridge is located 130 km downstream of Ghazi Ghat near Zahir Pir
on N-5 and 90 km from Guddu Barrage. Distance between Nishtar Ghat
& Sukkur Bypass is 200 km. New bridge will reduce distance/travel time
for commuters and also ensure safe passage (as use of ferry service is
prone to accidents) besides increased socioeconomic activity on both
sides of the river
PROJECTS
INITIATED
BY
PREVIOUS
GOVERNMENT
COMPLETED BY PRESENT GOVERNMENT IN PUNJAB
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Multan-Muzaffargarh ACW (37 km, N70) completed at a cost of Rs 4 billion.
Shershah Bridge across River Chenab
near Muzaffargarh (N-70) completed at a
cost of Rs 845 million.
Chund Bridge across River Chenab near
Jhang completed at a cost of Rs 1
billion.
Baba Farid Bridge across River Sutlej
near Dhakpattan completed at a cost of Rs 1.1 billion.
Satra Mile - Lower Topa Expressway (43 km, E-75) completed at a
cost of Rs 12.6 billion.
MAJOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS LAUNCHED & COMPLETED BY
PRESENT GOVERNMENT IN SINDH
To provide best road infrastructure in the previously neglected areas of
Sindh, the present government launched the Sindh Development
Package comprising 7 projects costing Rs 22 billion.
Following roads are now open for traffic:Lakhi-Naudero-Larkana
Road (61 km).
Commenced in Apr-2009 at a cost of Rs 3.3
billion.
Benefits. Road connects N-65 at Lakhi
Chowk in District Shikarpur and N-55 at
Larkana. Its upgradation to NHA standards
has
helped
in
distribution
of
freight/commercial traffic of both N-55 / N65.
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Ratodero -Naudero via Garhi Khuda Bux
Road (18 km). commenced in Sep-2009 at
a cost of Rs 0.7 billion.
Benefit.
Provides
linkage
between
Naudero and Ratodero on Indus Highway
(N-55). It also provides linkage to the
Larkana - Khairpur Bridge across River
Indus.
Sakrand - Shaheed Benazirabad Road (19
km). commenced in Oct-2009 at a cost of Rs 1.5 billion.
Benefits. Overall objective is to facilitate traffic between Benazirabad and
Sakrand (N-5) through reduction in travel time & vehicle operating cost
MAJOR ONGOING DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN SINDH
QAZI AHMED - AMRI BRIDGE (RIVER INDUS)
Project commenced in Mar-2010 for
completion by Jun-2013 at a cost of Rs
3.7 billion. Progress is 30%. Scope also
includes construction of 15.431 km
approach roads and other allied works.
Benefits. Construction of this Bridge
(1,241 m) between Hyderabad Bypass
and Dadu Moro Bridge will provide a
direct connectivity between N-5 and N55
SEHWAN-RATODERO ADDITIONAL CARRIAGEWAY (N-55, 198 KM)
After N-5, Indus Highway (N-55) is the second most important north south artery. It reduces distance between Karachi - Peshawar by around
400 km as compared to N-5. After construction of N-55 in packages, NHA
is now converting this road into a dual carriageway.
Work on Sehwan - Ratodero ACW, JICA
funded project, which forms an integral
part of the NTC, commenced in Dec-2010
for completion by Dec-2013 at a cost of
Rs 14 billion. Current physical progress
is 15%
Benefits. Condition of existing road is
unsatisfactory particularly for freight
traffic. Moreover, the volume of traffic
necessitates provision of a dual carriageway. Project envisages an
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additional 2-lane (7.3 m) carriageway with shoulders (1-3 m) on either
side. Project will enhance road safety / efficiency and reduce vehicle
operating cost. On completion of this project, the existing road would be
rehabilitated
DUALIZATION OF SUKKUR-SHIKARPUR-JACOBABAD (N-65, 68 KM)
The
National
Highway
(N-65)
provides the shortest link between
Sukkur & Quetta. NHA has
constructed N-65 in packages and
the need is now to gradually dualize
this key inter-provincial link. Work
on dualization of Sukkur-Shikarpur
- Jacobabad commenced through
ADB’s financial assistance in Feb2011 for completion by Aug-2013 at
a cost of Rs 6.7 billion. Current
physical progress is 10%.
Benefits. Project will enhance road safety / efficiency and reduce vehicle
operating cost besides uplifting economic activities
KARACHI – HYDERABAD MOTORWAY M-9
Karachi - Hyderabad Superhighway is 136 km, 4-lane divided road and
is the most important link of Karachi Port and Port Qasim to rest of the
country. Existing road is serving a traffic volume of over 21,000 vehicles
per day with over 60% of heavy traffic. Reconstruction and upgradation
of this road to a 6-lane Motorway (M-9) is now essential. Project is
planned to be executed on Built-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis. Project
cost is Rs 25 billion
MAJOR COMPLETED DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN SINDH
Larkana-Khairpur Bridge (River Indus).
Bridge was completed at a cost of Rs
1.3 billion. Allied works are ongoing at
a cost of Rs 10.1 billion and are
nearing completion
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MAJOR INITIATIVES OF PRESENT GOVERNMENT IN KHYBER
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To reduce congestion in Peshawar City
by passage of N-5, NHA has commenced
construction of this 32 km bypass at a
cost of Rs 9 billion. Work on first 8 km is
ongoing and current progress is 43%.
Land acquisition for balance length is
ongoing and the entire project will be
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Benefits. There is serve through traffic of N-5, M-1 & Peshawar-Torkham.
The bypass will divert traffic from Peshawar-Charsadda, Peshawar-Bara,
Jamrud-Warsak & Peshawar - Dalazak Roads. Proposed construction will
bypass Hayatabad, Bara Markets & future urban developments and will
ease traffic pressure within Peshawar city.
NEW KHUSHALGARH BRIDGE (RIVER INDUS)
Existing
rail-cum-road
Bridge
constructed in 1905 by the Railways
is not only dilapidated but also
unsuitable
for
heavy
traffic
particularly large size busses,
trucks & trailers.
Work on construction of a new
Bridge commenced in Nov-2011 for
completion by Dec-2013 at a cost of
Rs 1.5 billion. Current physical progress is 27%.
Benefits. N-80 links N-5 with Indus Highway (N-55) near Kohat. New
bridge will facilitate heavy traffic movement on N-80 particularly long
wheel base oil tankers which presently come to Rawalpindi through
Peshawar. Project will enhance efficiency and save vehicle operating cost
besides providing an alternate strategic link between Punjab & Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa.
CHAKDARA BRIDGE ACROSS RIVER
SWAT (N-45)
N-45 links Nowshera on N-5 with
Chitral
after
traversing
Mardan,
Malakand Pass, Chakdara,
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Dir and Lowari Pass. Bridge across River Swat was washed away by
floods-2010.
Rehabilitation of existing bridge and construction of a new bridge
commenced in Mar-2012 for completion by Dec-2013 at a cost of Rs 481
million.
Benefits. Project will ensure a reliable and an all weather facility on this
strategically important link for Dir and Chitral.
FLYOVER AT TAKHTBHAI URBAN AREA ON N-45
N-45, while traversing Takhtbhai urban area, is restricted to 2-lane
facility where shops, houses, plazas and double & triple story buildings
exist in about 3 km stretch. NHA has planned construction of a 2-lane
flyover at Takhtbhai at a cost of Rs 700 million.
Benefits. Flyover will ease traffic congestion in urban area of Takhtbhai
Town and will facilitate heavy loaded traffic.
KEY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS OF PAST GOVERNMENT
COMPLETED BY PRESENT GOVERNMENT
THAKOT BRIDGE (RIVER INDUS)
Second Bridge at Thakot across River
Indus (KKH) completed at a cost of Rs
655 million
MAJOR INITIATIVES BY PRESENT GOVERNMENT IN BALOCHISTAN
NATIONAL HIGHWAY (N-50)
N-50 connects Quetta with Peshawar
through Indus Highway (N-55) and is
the shortest link between Balochistan
& Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is being
improved / developed in different
packages:-
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Section
Km
Status
a.
Kuchlac-Khanozai
23
completed
b.
Khanozai-Muslim Bagh
50
completed
c.
Muslim Bagh - Qila Saifullah
50
completed
d.
Qila Saifullah - Zhob
150
ongoing
e.
Zhob - Mughalkot
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planned
f.
Mughalkot - DI Khan
124
completed
QILA SAIFULLAH - ZHOB PROJECT
(N-50)
Construction of this ADB assisted project
was started in Mar-2010 for completion by
May-2013 at a cost of Rs 8.35 billion. 50%
construction work has been completed.
KOLPUR BYPASS (N-65)
Kolpur is situated 28 km south of Quetta
towards Sibbi. A 5.531 km stretch of N-65
passing through Kolpur city is 2-lane with
a carriageway width of 6 meters only.
Gradient at Kolpur is approx 12% for
about 3.5 km compelling vehicles
traversing this narrow hilly area to travel
at a snail’s pace.
Fully loaded trucks hire tractors to pull
them through. Problem is further
aggravated by sharp blind curves and lack
of space for a 2-way safe traffic movement.
Construction
of
Kolpur
Bypass
commenced in Nov-2010 for completion
by Jun-2013 at a cost of Rs 696 million.
Progress is 42%
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MAJOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS LAUNCHED
GOVERNMENT IN AZAD JAMMU & KASHMIR
BY
PRESENT
CONSTRUCTION OF WEST BANK BYPASS IN MUZAFFARABAD CITY
This project has been entrusted to NHA
by ERRA. Construction of Bypass
commenced in May-2009 at a cost of Rs
452 million. Progress is 42%. Project will
be completed by Dec-2012.
Construction of extra dosed PC box
girder Naluchi Bridge across River
Jhelum commenced in May-2009 for
completion by Dec-2012 at a cost of Rs
1382 million. Progress is 57%.
TOLL REVENUE COLLECTION ON NHA NETWORK
NHA is legally empowered to collect toll
on its network under the NHA Act. Toll
revenue is dedicated solely for operation
& maintenance of the network. Toll was
previously collected through FWO &
NLC
only.
Present
government
introduced the system of awarding toll
operation & management contracts
through open bidding on guaranteed
revenue basis on national highways.
INCREASE IN NHA’s OWN RECEIPTS
F/Year
Rs in B
Increase From
Previous Year
1.
2008-09
9.58
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2.
2009-10
11.74
22.5 %
3.
2010-11
13.44
14.48 %
4.
2011-12
(Upto March)
11.88
17.86%
Overall revenue increase is around 60%
Measure has resulted in substantial enhancement of toll revenue, which
is still insufficient to match the growing needs, as around 50% of NHA
network is yet not tolled.
SOME OTHER INITIATIVES OF NHA
ESTABLISHMENT OF HRTC (HIGHWAY RESEARCH & TRAINING CENTER)
NHA has established at Burhan (M-1) a state-of-the-art Highway
Research & Training Center (HRTC). JICA (Japan) provided a grant of Rs
567 million for the purpose. HRTC will conduct Research and Training
Activity for Highway Engineers and Para Engineering Staff and would be
gradually developed as a regional center of excellence.
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ADDITIONAL FACILITIES ON THE MOTORWAYS
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A Medical Relief Center has been
constructed at Sumbal Camp on M-2
with all necessary medicines, doctors
& supporting staff.
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Construction of a Trauma Centre at
Pir Khara (M-2) completed and it will
be operationalized soon.
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7 x doctors & 77 x para-medical staff would be available 24 x hours
(round-the-clock) to provide first aid facilities.
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NHA handed over 17 x new ambulances to NH&MP for operation in
Oct-2009.
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NHA has constructed 8 x highway safety and facilitation centers on
M-1.
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Annex-A
NATIONAL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
COMPLETED
DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
INITIATED BY PRESENT GOVERNMENT
Road/
River
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10.
Projects In Punjab
Chenab Chund Bridge
Cost
1
1086
Noori Badshah Bridge (Soan)
1
291
N-5
Dualization / Strengthening of N-5 (Km
929 – 937, Multan) (2-Packs)
4-lane Underpass at Wah Gate 1
8
1523
1
994
11
2154
Moosa Pak Shaheed Bridge
5
1616
Inner Ring Road Multan with 6
Interchanges (5x Completed)
Tri District Link (Jalalpur Pirwala - Uch
Sharif) (Pack-I)
Baba Farid Bridge
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4011
7.7
827
1
1108
1
997
61
2820
18
794
20
1539
253
4588
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434
59
2568
41
1207
N-5
Chenab Head Muhammadwala Bridge (3-Packs)
Sutlej
DW
N-115
Sutlej
N-5
N-105
12.
N-655
13.
N-305
14.
DW
15.
M-10
17.
Km
DW
11.
16.
Construction Project
N-55
M-8
Khiali Chowk Flyover
Projects In Sindh
Larkana-Naudero-Lakhi (2 Packs)
Ratodero -Naudero via Garhi Khuda Bux
(Rehab)
Sakrand-Benazirabad (DCW)
Larkana Development Package (20
schemes)
Collapsed segment of Shershah Bridge
(Karachi Northern Bypass)
Projects In KP, GB & AJK
DI Khan - Chunda, ACW (ADB) (SectionI)
Projects In Balochistan
Link/Service Road From Adjoining
VillageS
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Annex-A
NATIONAL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ONGOING
DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
INITIATED BY PRESENT GOVERNMENT
Road/
River
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Construction Project
Projects In Punjab
N-115 Tri District Link (Jalalpur Pirwala - Uch
Sharif) (Packs-2&3)
DW
Nag Shah Chowk Flyover (N-70/M-4 Link
Interchange)
M-2
Hiran Minar Interchange
Chenab Sultan Bahoo Bridge linking ShorkotGarh Maharaja
DW
Khanewal-multan Inter District Road
(Bosan Road) (2x Packs)
M-4
Faisalabad - Gojra (Pack-I)
M-4
Khanewal – Multan Motorway (IDB, Pack4) Land Acquisition progress: 60%
N-5
Interchange at Okara Bypass
Indus Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Bridge
(Nishtar Ghat) (Pack-2&3)
DW
2x Lane Link Road from Muhammadwala
Bridge-Bund Bosan Road, Multan
Projects In Sindh
Gharo-Keti Bunder (3 Packs)
Larkana- Mohenjodaro upto Airport (2
Packs)
Hyderabad – Badin Road to Mir Wah
Sanjar Chang Road
Qazi Ahmed - Amri Bridge (2 Packs)
Larkana-Nasirabad via Rasheed Waggan
(Rehab)
Larkana- Kamber- Shahdadkot (2 Packs)
Km
Cost
33
2362
--
603
-11
260
1603
8
992
58
57
10305
14495
-27
286
5459
4
189
84
3317
28
2655
49
1538
18
3022
34
1364
50
1872
197
14176
11.
N-110
12.
N-155
13.
DW
14.
Indus
15.
N-255
16.
N-455
17.
N-55
Sehwan-Ratodero ACW
18.
N-65
Sukkur-Shikarpur-Jacobabad DCW
68
6708
19.
N-55
58
3304
20.
N-90
Projects in KP, GB & AJK
Chunda – Sarai, ACW Gambila (ADB)
(Section-2)
Alpuri-Besham (4x Packs) (ERRA)
34
1593
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21.
N-35
Raikot-Khunjerab (Chinese Assistance)
22.
M-1
Ghazi & Colonel Sher Khan Interchanges
23.
--
24.
332
30911
-
471
5
1834
E-2
West Bank Bypass, Muzaffarabad
(2xPacks)
Peshawar Northern Bypass (Pack-I)
7.6
1960
25.
Indus
Khushal Garh Bridge (Pack-I, N-80)
2.9
1,538
26.
27.
N-50
Projects in Balochistan
Qila Saifullah-Zhob, ADB
155
9,792
N-65
Kolpur Bypass
25
639
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NATIONAL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
COMPLETED
DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
INITIATED BY PREVIOUS GOVERNMENTS
Rs in M
Road/
River
Construction Project
Km
Cost
PSDP
2011-12
Projects In Sindh
1.
Indus
Larkana-Khairpur Bridge
1.2
12024
470
2.
N-75
Projects In Punjab
Satra Mile - Lower Topa
43
13600
1000
3.
N-70
Multan – Muzaffargarh (ADB)
37
4198
500 (bulk)
4.
N-70
Sher Shah Bridge Across River Chenab
--
845
--
5.
N-5
National Highway Improvement Program
C-5: Ubaro-Sh Wahan
50
1611
--
6.
N-5
C-7: Mianchannu-Sahiwal
46
1221
--
7.
N-5
12A: Gujranwala-Kharian
30
254
--
8.
Indus
Projects In KP, GB & AJK
Thakot Bridge (KKH)
-
488
--
9.
N-55
Darra Adam Khel - Badha Bher (ADB)
27
723
600 (bulk)
10.
N-55
CRBC Crossing – Sarai Gambila, ECW
70
1126
--
11.
N-45
Takhtbhai – Shergarh – Dargai (2x Packs)
83
1704
200
12.
N-15
Naran - Jhalkhad
40
1369
13.
M-1
Chuch Interchange
-
148
14.
N-45
Dargai- Akhagram
53
1192
300
1000
(global)
200 (global)
15.
N-10
Projects in Balochistan
Gwadar-Pleri-Gabd (MCH)
654
3812
500 (global)
16.
N-25
Kararo-Wad, JICA
96
2,674
350
17.
N-25
Hub-Uthal, ADB
85
8,400
400
18.
N-50
Muslim Bagh-Q/Saifullah, ADB
50
19.
N-25
Kalat-Quetta-Chaman, ADB (2x Sections)
120
1647
3423
500 (Bulk)
700 (global)
20.
N-25
Lakpass Tunnel
--
922
BOT
21.
N-50
Khanozai - Muslim Bagh
50
1807
150
Rahim Yar Khan TMP-Bahawalpur ACW :
Zahir Pir-Tarinda Muhammad Pannah
(Section-I)
45
1432
--
22.
N-5
(NHIP)
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NATIONAL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ONGOING
DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
INITIATED BY PREVIOUS GOVERNMENTS
Rs in M
Road/
Construction Project
River
Km
Cost
PSDP
2011-12
Progress
Expected
Completion
1.2
12024
470
88%
Mar-2012
32
8575
150
74%
Jun-2013
86
1143
--
90%
Jun-2012
1993
Global
78%
Jun-2012
92%
Dec-2011
Projects In Sindh
1.
Indus
2.
LEP
3.
N-5
Larkana-Khairpur Bridge
Allied Works (4x Packs)
Lyari Expressway
Moro – Ranipur (C-03)
(NHIP)
Projects In Punjab
4.
N-5
National Highway Improvement Program
Lahore - Gujranwala (NS)
100
5067
5.
N-5
Kharian - Rawalpindi (NS)
83
853
6.
N-5
Tarnol - Chablat (NS)
57
1194
90%
Feb-2012
N-5
Mianchannu - Sahiwal Okara
72
1323
86%
Feb-2012
148
5289
WB
88%
Jun-2012
66
2849
600
75%
Sep-2012
75
4341
--
58%
Mar-2012
1,000
1000
(global)
50
44.5%
Mar-2014
44%
Sep-2012
17%
Dec-2013
83%
Jun-2012
7.
Projects in KP, GB & AJK
Earthquake Damaged
8.
-Roads (3x Projects)
Jhalkhad - Babusar Top 9.
N-15
Chillas (2x Sections)
10. Afghan Torkham - Jalalabad ACW
11.
N-45
Lowari Tunnel
9
18,132
12.
M-1
Interchange on N-5 at
Peshawar End Point
-
1205
13.
S-1
-
291
14.
N-5
15.
M-8
Projects in Balochistan
Gwadar -Turbat-Hoshab
193
18,379
1,500
68%
Dec-2012
16.
M-8
Khori - Quba Saeed Khan
143
6,500
1200
73%
Dec-2012
N-25
Khad Kucha – Quetta and
111
3355
700
(global)
47%
Dec-2012
17.
5 x Bridges
C-14: Nowshera-Peshawar
(NHIP)
2020
Jungle Pir Alizai- Chaman
18.
N-70
ADB (2x Sections)
Bewata-Khajuri-Waigum
132
3,473
250
70%
Jun-2012
19.
N-85
Hoshab - Basima – Sorab
459
22,412
1,800
17%
Jun-2014
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