Thursday, June 5, 2014

Multan Metro Bus Project

MULTAN: “The chief minister will announce a metro bus project for Multan during his visit to the city on Thursday (today),” DCO Zahid Saleem Gondal said on Wednesday.
He was addressing newsmen at the circuit house.
He said a Turkish firm and the Metro Bus Project managing director had proposed three routes for the metro bus in Mutlan and a final decision in this regard would be made after consultation with the city government.
Gondal said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was keen on early completion of the Faisalabad-Multan motorway.
He said the government had ordered him to issue notices on land acquisition for the Multan-Karachi motorway.
He said Rs90 million would be spent for the renovation of Old Shujaabad Road.
He said funds had also been allocated for renovation of public libraries including Bagh Langay Khan and Kuhna Qasim.

 Metro Bus project in Multan will be inaugurated on August 14 this year.

MULTAN (Web Desk) - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday said the 30-kilometer long route for Metro Bus project in Multan will be completed within a year, Dunya News reported.
The project would cost Rs 30 billion.
Talking to media at airport, the Chief Minister said the project will be inaugurated on August 14 this year.
The initiative will provide better transit facilities to the masses, he added.
The Chief Minister has also assured that transparency and quality will be ensured in the metro bus service project.

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