MULTAN, Jul 03 (APP): National Highways Authority (NHA) will construct a carriageway at Head Muhammad Wala with the aim to reduce traffic pressure at the existing bridge.
According to the official sources, the decision was made after an assessment of increasing traffic pressure on the existing bridge at Head Muhammad Wala, situated over River Chenab. The experts have been instructed to make a feasibility report as early as possible so that the work could be initiated.
Initially, funds worth Rs. 12.690 million have been earmarked for the preparation of the feasibility report. The existing Head Muhammad Wala bridge was constructed during PPP regime led by former Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani.

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