Karachi-Hyderabad Motorway M-9

Conversion Of Existing Into 6-lane MotorWay

KARACHI–HYDERABAD MOTORWAY M-9 CONVERSION OF EXISTING INTO 6-LANE MOTORWAY

Karachi Hyderabad Motorway popularly known as the Superhighway connects the port city of Karachi to Hyderabad and to the North of Pakistan. It was constructed as part of the first highway project with the assistance of the World Bank during 1964–68. It was dualized in 1991 as part of the Fourth Highway Project (WB). This section of the Highway is amongst the most densely trafficked in the entire country.

Superhighway is currently serving a traffic volume of over 25,000 VPD (average annual daily traffic) and has a growth rate of about 5% annually with 60% being truck traffic. 4 Lane Super Highway is being converted into a 136 km long 6 lane Motorway ( M-9) with 185 km long service lanes on both sides. It also includes extension modification of all existing bridges, culverts, underpass, flyover and construction of new bridges and culverts.

      • Year Of Completion
         Ongoing
      • Location
        Pakistan

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