Repair, maintenance work of roads continues in Lahore


City Reporter

The repair, maintenance, painting and patch work on important thoroughfares in various areas of provincial capital would be completed soon to ensure roads long time durability.
The repair and maintenance work of various roads at a cost of Rs580 million was started on August 17, whereas the patch and repair work on roads in Samanabad, Gulshan-e-Ravi and Sabzazar Scheme at a cost of Rs13.2 million was in final stage of completion.
The maintenance and patch work on various roads near Maulana Shaukat Ali Road, Khayaban-e-Jamia Punjab, Wahdat Road, Main Boulevard Allama Iqbal Town, Muslim Town, College Road, Johar Town and others would be accomplished, said a spokesman for LDA while talking to media on Wednesday.
The fixing of tuff tiles along the New Campus Road and the construction work on the road leading to Anmol Hospital was in full swing.
LDA Director General Muhammad Usman Moazzam directed the officials to finalise all types of work for repair, rehabilitation, maintenance and beautification work on various roads in the city.
He stressed the need for executing road repair work as per approved specification and completing it within the stimulated time line.

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