Ahmed Ali Siddiqui—the Deputy Commissioner East district has said on Wednesday that the parking lots for the PSL matches would be set up near the National Stadium, where the Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches would be played next month for facilitating the audiences.
In a released statement, he said that the parking facilities would be provided at the Expo Centre and the National Coaching Centre, which are in close proximity of the stadiums. Other than these two there would be 3 more parking lots along the University Road.
The audience would be facilitated at the parking lots with shuttle service to transport them to and from the stadium. He added that the arrangements for the Pakistan Super League matches are being revised on a per day basis.
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Previously on the 11th of February, Saeed Ghani—the Sindh Minister for local government led a meeting for reviewing the arrangements for the PSL matches.
Wasim Akhtar—the Mayor of Karachi, Commissioner Iftikhar Ali Shalwani, the deputy commissioners of all the district municipal corporations (DMCs), the local bodies secretary and other related officials were among the meeting attendees.
They pondered on a range of problems, which included the security arrangements, availability of parking lots, city beautification and other linked matters for making sure to hold the PSL matches smoothly in the port city.
The minister instructed the city administration to finalize all the needed arrangements for the PSL matches on time and imposed a month-long ban on the road cutting from the 17th of February to the 17th of March.