Construction of Dhorian (Haripur)– Pind Munim-Tarnawa–Chohi
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government is giving extreme importance to transport infrastructure due to dire needs in the province. The experts are of the opinion that the province’s economy can benefit from creation of new links with main CPEC route.
This route will provide an alternate facility for uninterrupted flow of CPEC traffic in case of any issue on main route between Chechyan interchange and Burhan Interchange. It will be connected to CPEC at a meager distance of 6 kilometers through N-125 and will provide alternate connectivity between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and Islamabad Capital Territory, which will result in socio-economic uplift of area. The road will also connect with under construction Hattar Economic Zone and will boost economic activities related to Industries, trade, agriculture, mines and minerals and social forestry. It will also expand the traffic capacity which will be helpful in minimizing the traffic load on N-35.
The scope of the work includes 7.3 meters wide carriage way with 1.5 shoulders on either sides. The tentative cost of the project is Pak Rs. 25.00 billion and the completion time will be 24 months. The pre-feasibility study has been conducted.
The proposed road can generate millions of rupees per year from toll taxes. Skilled, semi skilled and unskilled workforce is adequately available in the project area.
The project provides an opportunity for the donor agencies / investors for investment and to recoup the capital investment with profits. It can be executed through preferably Public Private Partnership (BOOT/BOT) or any other mode mutually agreed by both the parties. The project is open for all the state-owned, state-supported and private entities having minimum turnover of US $ 1 billion.
The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will facilitate investors for interaction with relevant agencies and is committed to partner with the investor by providing all basic infrastructure in execution of project. The investors friendly security situation already prevails in the province.