LAHORE - The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has executed another three mega projects, including first ever Bikers’ Ring in Pakistan and two double U-turns, at Ferozepur Road, Lahore.

For facilitating smooth flow of traffic, avoiding traffic jams, decreasing travel time and cutting down fuel consumption, the projects worth Rs3.1 billion have been completed in a record time of 180 days. Pakistan’s first ever Bikers’ Ring, constructed at Khayra, Chungi Amer Sidhu intersection, will facilitate movement of 40 thousand pedestrians, 20 thousand motorcyclists and six thousand bikers daily.

More than 350,000 vehicles per day will be benefitted with the construction of two double U-turns at Ghazi Road/Lahore General Hospital and Kamahan/Chungi Amer Sidhu. The fuel cost saving will be Rs4.20b per annum. LDA has finalised six mega projects in the provincial metropolis during a period of eight months including Walton Flyover, Azadi Chowk Interchange, Qainchi Signal Free Junction and these three projects.