This year 23rd March will be observed on Friday, thus Pakistani’s can enjoy a long weekend starting from Thursday afternoon to Monday morning.
Traffic Plan for Pakistan Day, 23rd March 2018 has been devised by Islamabad Traffic Police.
ٹکرز:*ٹریفک پلان برائے پاکستان ڈے*19,21 اور 23 کو رات 12 بجے سے لے کر دن 2 تک اسلام آباد میں ہیوی ٹریفک کا داخلہ بند…
Here are the details you must know
The entry of heavy vehicles in Islamabad is banned on 19th, 21st and 23rd March in between 12 a.m. to 2 pm.
The smaller vehicles coming from Lahore can enter Peshawar GT Road or Motorway via the Rawat T cross through Rawalpindi Saddar Road.
Must read: What to expect on 23rd March 2018?
Traffic Plan for traffic entering from Airport Rawalpindi is to go through
Express Highway to Khanna Pull to enter Captain Naeem Tufail Shaheed Chowk or Taramri Chowk via Lehtrar Road to Rawal Road Chowk through Park Road to Murree Road & Reach G-sector or Kashmir Highway. Or turn from Kashmir Chowk and Reach Barakahu and Murree.
The traffic going to Islamabad Airport and Lahore will use 9th Avenue and go through Murree Road Rawalpindi to Rawal Road and turn right from Koral flyover.
Traffic coming from the Motorway can use Kashmir Highway to reach Aabpara, Barakahu, and Murree.
Faizabad will be closed for all kind of traffic, heavy and light. Entering Faizabad will not be allowed for the light vehicles on 19th, 21st and 23rd March in between 5 a.m to 2 pm.
Light vehicles will not be allowed to enter Expressway, Khanna Pull to Faizabad on 19th, 21st, and 23rd March in between 5 am to 2 pm.
Similarly, light vehicles will not be allowed to enter from Faisal Avenue, Zero Point to Faizabad on 19th, 21st, and 23rd March in between 5 a.m to 2 pm.
Also, Light vehicles will not be allowed to enter from Murree Road to Rawal Dam Chowk to Faizabad on 19th, 21st and 23rd March in between 5 a.m to 2 pm.
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