islamabad - The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is completely aware of the increasing parking problems in Islamabad and is making sincere efforts to resolve this issue.

It is committed to resolve parking issues of the general public and traders. This was stated by Chairman CDA Maroof Afzal while reviewing the ongoing construction work on the first-ever multilevel parking plaza being constructed at F-7 Markaz in the federal capital.

The chairman was briefed about the details of the project. He was informed that initially the work on the construction of two parking plazas in F-7 Markaz was in progress. These parking plazas are being constructed on southern and northern sides of F-7 Markaz with an area of 4,200 and 3,307 square yards respectively.

The chairman CDA was apprised that southern site would have parking capacity of 213 cars, while northern site would have parking capacity of 227 vehicles. Both these parking plazas are being constructed at the cost of Rs 289.064 million and would be completed by July 2015.

Twenty per cent construction work has been completed on the southern site whereas excavation work is in progress on the northern site.

The chairman CDA directed the concerned officials to complete this vital project before the stipulated time to facilitate the traders and visitors.