A 1,694-kilometre-long, six-lane, high-speed motorway is being constructed from Karachi to Hyderabad to Sukkur, Multan, Abdul Hakeem, Lahore, Islamabad and finally Peshawar.
The Karachi to Hyderabad section is 136 km long. Hyderabad to Sukkur section is 296 km long. Sukkar to Multan section is 387 km long. Multan to Abdul Hakeem section is 103 km long. Abdul Hakeem to Lahore section is 230 km long. Lahore to Islamabad section is 376 km long and finally, from Islamabad to Peshawar the motorway section will be 166 km long.
Pictures of Karachi to Hyderabad Section
Pictures of Hyderabad to Sukkur Section
Pictures of Sukkur to Multan Section
Pictures of Multan to Abdul Hakeem Section
Video of the Section
— Developing Pakistan (@DevelopmentPk) May 10, 2018
Lahore Abdul Hakeem Motorway
Posted by Karachi Lahore Motorway "KLM" on Sunday, July 30, 2017
“Junction of Two Motorways M-3 & M-4 near Abdul Hakeem
#Khanewal. 230 Km Lahore Abdul Hakeem Motorway M-3 interlink with 236 Km #Faisalabad Multan Motorway M-4 .Lahore abdul Hakeem Motorway M-3 will be operational in May 2018.”
Junction of Two Motorways M-3 & M-4 near Abdul Hakeem #Khanewal.
230 Km Lahore Abdul Hakeem Motorway M-3 interlink with 236 Km #Faisalabad Multan Motorway M-4 .Lahore abdul Hakeem Motorway M-3 will be operational in May 2018. #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/U1OLblShkL
— Developing Pakistan (@DevelopmentPk) May 6, 2018
Pictures of Abdul Hakeem to Lahore Section
“Lahore Abdul Hakeem Motorway Section interchange under construction!”
1650 Km Karachi Lahore Motorway. 230 km Lahore Abdul Hakeem section u/c near Sharaqpur Sharif.
“Nankana Interchange bridge under construction at 230 km Abdul Hakeem Lahore motorway M-3 which is part of 1650 Km Peshawar Karachi Motorway.”
Lahore Abdul Hakeem Motorway section near Samundri Pakistan
“Plantation Nursery. A plantation base(no. 2)for 230Km Lahore Abdul Hakeem Motorway. These saplings will be planted all along the Motorway.”
A plantation base(no. 2)for 230Km Lahore Abdul Hakeem Motorway. These saplings will be planted all along the Motorway. pic.twitter.com/7W1Ihqwwgi
— Mansoor Ahmed Qureshi (@MansurQr) September 30, 2017
Lahore onwards to Islamabad and then Peshawar the Motorway is already constructed. The M-2 Motorway connects Lahore to Islamabad.
The M-1 Motorway connects Islamabad to Peshawar.
Once the Karachi to Lahore motorway is opened for traffic it will boost trade and commerce in the country. Economic development and growth will be witnessed and driving will become easier for the commuters.