As part of the Yellow Line BRT project, the Karachi administration will rebuild the Jam Sadiq flyover. In order to ensure efficient traffic flow, it also intends to construct a different flyover.
This choice was made during a meeting on Tuesday between Murtaza Wahab, the administrator of Karachi, and other project participants.
The administration of the province is striving to resolve the city’s transportation problems and provide residents with additional alternatives for their daily travels, according to Wahab, who also acts as the spokesperson for the Sindh government.
According to him, enhanced transportation would be available to residents of Landhi, Korangi, Malir, Darul Islam Society, Allahwala Town, Qayyumabad, Shahrah-e-Quaideen, and the neighboring districts after the Yellow Line project is finished. He declared:
Modern design principles are used to create mass transit networks in all major cities throughout the globe. Given that Karachi is a major metropolis, we are eager to provide it contemporary transportation options as well.
To give residents access to contemporary, reasonably priced, and environmentally responsible transportation choices, the Sindh government will shortly launch an electric taxi service in Karachi.
After evaluating the Red Line BRT service corridor’s development, Sindh’s Transport Minister, Sharjeel Inam Memon, disclosed this.
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