Chairman, Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) Tariq Mahmood Murtaza on Tuesday said Ammar Chowk project would be completed next month as construction work on the project was being completed swiftly.
He informed that the project was conceived nearly 12 years ago but, its construction work could not be started. The incumbent Punjab government released funds and the project was being completed under the supervision of RDA and Station Headquarters, he added.
In view of the growing population and traffic congestion, the project had undergone some significant changes, including the addition of twin underpasses, under grounding of H.T and L.T cables and addition of a new service line and reinforced earth panel.
Steps would also be taken to make the surrounding area clean and green, he informed.
During the construction work, the authorities concerned took all possible steps to ensure that people had the least difficulty and did not to worry about restricted mobility.
Despite Covid-19 pandemic and the harsh monsoon season, FWO was making all out efforts to complete the project within shortest possible time frame.