A newly constructed, committed interchange of M9 motorway was opened at Bahria Town Karachi for the public on Saturday by Malik Riaz Hussain Chairman and Ahmed Ali Riaz Malik CEO of Bahria Town in Pakistan. A private real estate developer solely finances this interchange, and it is the country’s first public infrastructural project that is managed by the private sector.
The goal to build this interchange not only benefits the residents of Bahria town but also facilitates the travelers.
This eight-kilometer infrastructure incorporates an extension of a bridge, three under pathways, several slip roads, service road, access road, a new bridge, and a way for the M9 to pass through.
The other thing the interchange comprises is a new drainage system, walkways, and several numbers of trees, plants, and shrubs planted along the long pathway.
All the road network of Bahria town is also merged with this new interchange. This is inspired by the sheikh Zayed road in Dubai. In The 18 lane Jinnah Avenue of Dubai, this type of interchange already exists.
To improve the living standard of people in Bahria town five years before a complicated project consisting of flyovers and underpasses was built in Karachi for ease in transportation. To restore the beauty of the city “clean Karachi” campaign was also held by the Bahria Town.