Bahria Town Karachi has opened its M9 Interchange for the public. The newly built-dedicated interchange on M9 Motorway has been opened for the public on Saturday.
The interchange is the first public infrastructure project of the country to be built and fully funded by a private real estate developer.
The reason behind the making of the interchange was not just to facilitate the residents of the Bahria Town but also to help the travellers at large.
The 8 km long project encompasses 3 underpasses, access roads, multiple slip roads, service roads, an extension of an existing bridge, part of the M9 that passes via the interchange and the construction of a new bridge and a causeway.
The interchange also have a modern drainage system, while it is decorated with trees, plants alongside the road networks, pavements and walkways and shrubs.
Furthermore, the interchange also complements the road network withing Bahria Town, which also features the 18-lane Jinnah Avenue, which is inspired by the Sheikh Zayed Road of Dubai.
5 years back, Bahria Town built a sophisticated set of the underpass and a flyover in Clifton in its efforts to upgrade the living conditions and standards of the people and to offer ease of travelling in Karachi. These efforts were then followed by the Clean Karachi Campaign by Bahria Town Karachi while trying to revive the beauty of the city.