Four projects totaling Rs 353 billion have been approved by CDWP ISLAMABAD: The Central Development Working Party (CDWP) recommended to the National Economic Council's Executive Committee four development projects totaling Rs352.9 billion for approval (Ecnec). The meeting was presided over by Muhammad Jahanzeb Khan, Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission. The meeting covered a variety of topics, including the construction of the six-lane Hyderabad-Sukkur Motorway (306 km), the northern stretch of the Ring Road (Warsak Road to Nasir Bagh), and the rehabilitation and remodeling of the Orangi and Gujjar Nullahs. According to media reports, CDWP proposed to Ecnec that the Hyderabad-Sukkur divided-fenced highway be constructed on a build-operate-transfer basis. It is important to note that the total cost of the project is Rs 308.19 billion, and it will be completed by the National Highway Authority (NHA). Ecnec was advised by CDWP to develop a divided-fenced highway between Hyderabad and Sukkur on a build-operate-transfer basis. The project has a total cost of Rs 308.19 billion, and it will be implemented by the National Highway Authority (NHA). The highway, which will run from Hyderabad (end of Karachi-Hyderabad Motorway – M-9) to Naro Canal (start of Sukkur-Multan Motorway – M-5), is being planned as a high-speed toll road facility for efficient and safe transit. Jamshoro, Tando Adam, Hala, Shahdadpur, Nawabshah, Moro, Dadu, Naushahro Feroze, Mehrabpur, Rasoolpur, Larkana, Khairpur, and Sukkur are all included in the project's alignment. One major bridge over the Indus River, 15 interchanges, six flyovers, 19 overpass bridges, 76 canal bridges, 154 subways, 137 cattle creeps, and a drainage system were all part of the project. The project's goal is to improve traffic flow on the Karachi-Lahore Motorway (KLM) portion, which runs from Hyderabad to Sukkur. The projected highway infrastructure, if completed with sophisticated facilities, would provide an efficient and intelligent corridor for local and international traffic, increasing and balancing Pakistan's economic development. The Northern Section of the Ring Road Project from Warsak Road to Nasir Bagh in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) to Ecnec was also approved by the conference. The project aims to solve Peshawar's traffic problems, particularly on Warsak Road, GT Road, Khyber Road, and Jamrud Road, as well as the crossroads on these routes. For more news and happenings stay tuned to Land Marketing.