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Previously called "Sialkot-Lahore Motorway", the "Lahore-Kharian motorway (LKM) is an under construction south-north motorway in Pakistan, which will connect Lahore to Kharian via eastern parts of the Punjab. The motorway is 150 Km long. The project is expected to be complete in 2020 at a cost of 44 billion rupees. Once completed, it will reduce the travel time between Sialkot and Lahore to just 50 minutes. Read more...
A tunnel project on the highway, Lowari Tunnel is expected to be completed in 2017 which will reduce the current 14-hour drive from Chitral to Peshawar by 7-hours, it will also reduce the time and effort it takes moving from Chitral to southern parts of Pakistan in winter season when Lowari Top is closed due to snow and people of Chitral have to travel from Afghanistan and then enter back in Pakistan. Read more...
Map of National Highways of Pakistan also indicating N-80
The N70 refers to probably the most beautiful highway. It runs in between the mighty mountains of Sulemaan, lush green farmlands of Multan and Dera Ghazi Khan's districts, and you may also experience the fascinating sceneries of MusaKhel, Makhter region, and empty and beautiful areas from Loralai to Qilasaifullah. Read more...
Map of National Highways of Pakistan also indicating N-30
Expressways of Pakistan (Urdu: پاکستان کے بزرگراه) are a network of multiple-lane, high-speed toll highways in Pakistan, which are owned, maintained and operated by various levels of government. All federal expressways are controlled by the National Highway Authority, while others are provincially and municipally controlled. Expressways are usually higher grades than national highways, but differ from motorways by having less access restrictions. All federal expressways are pre-fixed with the letter 'E' (for "expressway") followed by the unique numerical designation of the specific highway (with a hyphen in the middle), e.g. "E-35". Read more...
The M-2 motorway (Urdu: موٹروے 2) is a north–south motorway in Pakistan, connecting Rawalpindi/Islamabad to Lahore. The motorway is 375 km long and located entirely in Punjab. It passes through, Faizpur Pur, Kot Abdul Malik, Kala Shah Kaku, Sheikhupura, Khanqah Dogran, Kot Sarwar, Pindi Bhattian, Salem, Lilla, Kot Momin, Kallar Kahar, Balksar, Nila Dulha and Chakri before ending just outside the twin cities Rawalpindi and Islamabad. It was the first motorway built in South Asia. At Junction of M2 and M1 there is an interchange which on one side connect Islamabad/Rawalpindi through an expressway of 8 km long, and the new Islamabad international airport through the other side of junction. It then continues on to eventually become the M1 motorway linking the twin cities with Peshawar. The M-2 crosses the junction of the M4 (to Faisalabad) at Pindi Bhattian. It is part of Pakistan's Motorway Network. The motorway is also a part of the Asian HighwayAH1.(More...)
Highlighted in red is the route of National Highway 35, which is to be completely rebuilt and upgraded under the CPEC agreement. Highlighted in blue is the 175-kilometre (109 mi) road between Gilgit and Skardu which is to be upgraded to a four-lane highway.
Did you know
...that the Karakoram Highway has been classified as World's highest paved international road that serves as a terrestrial link for the trade between Pakistan and China. The road has an overall height of 4,693 meters (15,397 ft) above the sea level, Many lost their lives during the process of its construction. No doubt it is rightly referred to by many as the Eight Wonder of the World.
...that the M2 motorway is a 375 km long, which is located entirely in Punjab was the first motorway built in South Asia.