To enhance safety and aesthetics in Islamabad, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has successfully completed nearly 90% of the LED street light installation, repair, and maintenance of existing street lights along the streets, service roads, and main avenues of Islamabad.
LED Street Light Installation Project
A CDA official informed that the authority had allocated funds for this project last month, emphasizing that this initiative not only aims to ensure a well-lit environment on the city’s roads and streets but also plays a pivotal role in curbing criminal activities. The shortage of street lights in various sectors of the federal capital had contributed to a recent surge in street crimes, prompting concerned residents to bring the issue to the attention of relevant authorities.
“Special attention is being given to the completion of the remaining development works in sectors I, G, H, and D series, with a focus on providing civic facilities and facilitating home builders in alignment with the directives of Chairman CDA, Capt (R) Anwar ul Haq,” the official stated.
The ongoing efforts include the installation of streetlights in key sectors, such as G-7, G-8, G-9, G-10, I-11, I-10, and I-14, ensuring proper lighting management for the residents. Work is also progressing swiftly in sectors I-16, D-12, and others, marking a comprehensive initiative to address the lighting needs of various areas within the federal capital.
Final Thoughts on LED Street Light Installation
The completion of this ambitious project is anticipated to not only improve visibility and safety for residents and commuters but also contribute significantly to the overall ambiance of the city. As the CDA continues to prioritize infrastructure development, the initiative aligns with its commitment to creating a secure and well-maintained urban environment for the citizens of Islamabad.