Islamabad: According to recent news reported, the National Logistics Cell (NLC) is giving final touches to one of the most important components of China Pakistan Economic Corridor’s (CPEC) Western Route Alignment as more than 95% of work has so far been completed.
The 285km long Hakla–Dera Ismail Khan Motorway project has been divided into five different packages which are awarded to various construction firms. NLC is working on Package-1 of the project and will be the first to complete its assigned section of motorway. Package-1 comprises of 4-lane carriageway having a total length of 55km that originates from Yarik near D.I. Khan and culminates at the Rehmani Khel area.
The motorway will not only drastically cut the travel distance between Islamabad and D.I. Khan but also link major highways i.e., N-50 and N-55 at Dera Ismail Khan Junction which will open up new vistas of socio-economic development in the hitherto underdeveloped areas of the country.
It is worth mentioning here that the areas around the western alignment are known for producing pulses, grains & fruits especially mangoes and dates of superior quality.
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