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CDA Chairman to Deploy ACs for Monitoring Islamabad Expressway Expansion

Islamabad Expressway Expansion

The Chief Commissioner Islamabad and Chairman of the Capital Development Authority
(CDA), Chaudhry Muhammad Ali Randhawa has taken a decisive step to accelerate the rehabilitation of the Islamabad Expressway expansion.

In a significant move to ensure the project’s smooth progression, Randhawa announced that Assistant Commissioners (ACs) of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) will be deputed to monitor the progress of the work.

Islamabad Expressway Expansion Project

Islamabad Expressway Expansion

According to a statement issued by the CDA following Randhawa’s visit to various
development projects in Islamabad, Assistant Commissioners will oversee the work on
package one of the Islamabad Expressway to maintain quality and ensure the project stays
on schedule.

The CDA chairman also instructed officials from the CDA engineering wing to
be physically present at the sites to supervise the work and ensure it meets the required

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During his visit, Randhawa was informed that approximately 75% of the work on package
one of the Islamabad Expressway has been completed. This package extends to the Pak
PWD housing scheme and includes the construction of a railway bridge.

The Chairman directed that work on this package should be completed by the end of July, emphasizing that there should be no further delays.
Randhawa also inspected the expansion and rehabilitation work on Park Road, directing that
this project should be completed by June 15. He was informed that the total length of Park
Road undergoing expansion is 7.2 kilometers, with 85% of the work on the western
carriageway already completed. He urged that the shifting of IESCO (Islamabad Electric
Supply Company) and other utility lines should be completed within five days to ensure the
project’s timely completion.
The Chairman’s proactive measures reflect his commitment to improving Islamabad’s
infrastructure and ensuring that development projects meet deadlines and quality standards.