Islamabad: In a recent piece of news reported, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has declared its decision to resume the construction of a road link between Grand Trunk (GT) Road and Sector D.
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According to certain details revealed, the project was delayed for seven years owing to disputes between the authority and the contractor. Now, the CDA management intends to award a new contract for the road project through competitive processing.
The authority is now finalizing a new estimate and hopes to award the contract during the next month. It was also revealed that the development of the four sectors C-13, C-14, C-15, and C-16 depends on this project.
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The 588 million Rupees project, which includes the construction of an 8.5-kilometre-long strip for Margalla Road, was launched in 2012.
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