Government ready to start work on Karachi Yellow Line Project

Government ready to start work on Karachi Yellow Line Project

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali chaired a meeting to review construction preparations on Karachi’s yellow line BRT project.

 

The meeting was attended by Sharjeel Inam Memon, Minister of Transport, Sindh, World Bank delegation. Government ready to start work on Karachi Yellow Line Project and the Sindh Department of Transportation and Mass Transportation.

 

during the meeting The Transport Minister briefed the meeting that the BRT Yellow Line is a 21 km project which will start from Dawood Chowrangi and end at Numasih.

 

Under the concept plan, the Karachi Yellow Line BRT project has a junction length of 21 km, totaling a distance of 17.6 km, and underground 3.2 km, and has 28 stations.

 

 

The chief minister ordered ministers to build a new, four-lane, 1-kilometer-long bridge next to the existing Jam Sadiq Bridge.

 

Read more: GOVT plans to connect KCR with FIVE BRT LINES.

 

in the previous meeting The provincial government and the WB have agreed to repair the living and dilapidated Jam Sadiq Bridge.

 

CM Murad also ordered the transport department to begin construction on the project as soon as possible, completing all formalities.

 

Yellow Line BRT

The BRT Yellow Line covers a distance of 21 kilometers from Dawood Chowrangi to Numaish Chowrangi.

The total cost of the project will be $438.9 million, of which the World Bank will have a share of $381.9 million. The Sindh government will pay $19.5 million.

Picture of the yellow line quoted from a document by the Indus Public Partnership Office.

under the conceptual plan Eight underpasses will be built at Murtaza Chowrangi, Singer Chowrangi, Bilal Chowrangi, Vita Chowrangi, Shaan Chowrangi, Brooks Chowrangi, Khayaban-e-Ittehad, Korangi Road Intersection and Sunset Boulevard Intersection. will expand as well

 

Karachi Breeze Project

‘Wind Karachi’

 

Karachi Breeze is an 112.9 km (70.2 mi) Bus Rapid Transit network currently under construction in Karachi. The name is officially named by the Sindh Mass Transit Authority for the Karachi Bus and Metro Rail System.

 

However, there are only two lines, the BRT Green and Orange lines, that have started service in Karachi. The construction of the Red Line, BRT and KCR is in progress.

 

Green Line BRT

Karachi Green Line BRT Project with a 24 km long junction, totaling 12.7 km height, 10.9 km level and 422 meters underground and 25 stations.

 

The 2 km joint walkway from Gurumandir to the municipal park is 2.5 km long, there are two underpasses at MA Jinnah Road.

 

BTS Green Line BRT conquer the heart of Karachi

A state-of-the-art underground bus station with carport and commercial mezzanine was also built at the Noumeish intersection.

 

Read more: The first green line buses arrive at Karachi Port.

 

construction work The first phase of the project started in 2016. The project was launched by Prime Minister Imran. Khan at that time in December last year.

 

Orange Line BRT

The Orange Line is 3.88 km long and connects from Orangi to the traffic commission intersection. There are five stations while the depot can park 30 buses.

 

Read more: Good news for Karachi as the Orange Line buses reach the pier.

 

The name of the BRT Orange Line project was renamed after the name of the philanthropist Abdul Sattar AD A. Abdul Zattar EC by the Indus government in May

 

The project was launched by former Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah in June 2016 to accommodate about 50,000 residents of Orangi. The project should be completed within a year since it was launched in 2016.

Sindh Government Launches Orange Line Bus Service in Karachi - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

read: Five years have passed, and there are no signs of completing Karachi’s Orange Line BRT.

BRT red line

 

The Red Line will cover a distance of 26 km from Safoora to the Tower, with an average daily passenger traffic of 625,000 expected.

 

The 26-kilometer BRT Red Line will connect Model Colony to Johar Complex between Jinnah Avenue and Malir Cantt, while buses will pass University Road, Hassan Square and Numaish Circle.

 

Read more: Construction is underway on the Karachi Red Line BRT Project, which started as a government award contract.

 

On this line, four stations will be built which will run from Malir Halt to Numaish via Model Colony, Safoora Goth, King Cottages, Met Office, NED University, Safari Park, Nipa, Urdu University, Masjid Baitul Mukarram, Civic Centre, Askari Park, The Dowwood University and Society Office.

 

Construction of Karachi Red Line BRT Service Route Started operation this month

It will be the first transport project to be implemented without government subsidies, while broad bike lanes will be built alongside bus routes.

 

Yellow Line BRT

The BRT Yellow Line covers a distance of 21 kilometers from Dawood Chowrangi to Numaish Chowrangi.

The total cost of the project will be $438.9 million, of which the World Bank will have a share of $381.9 million. The Sindh government will pay $19.5 million.

 

Read more: ‘KARACHI’s yellow line BRT project enters an advanced stage’

 

under the conceptual plan Eight underpasses will be built at Murtaza Chowrangi, Singer Chowrangi, Bilal Chowrangi, Vita Chowrangi, Shaan Chowrangi, Brooks Chowrangi, Khayaban-e-Ittehad, Korangi Road Intersection and Sunset Boulevard Intersection. will expand as well

 

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meanwhile Buses for the MRT Yellow Line Project will be purchased through cooperation between the public and private sectors.

 

Blue Line BRT

According to the Sindh Mass Transit Authority (SMTA), established under the SMTA Act 2016, the Blue Line is a proposed mass transit project. Preliminary planning of the project states that the 9.6 km long project is designed to travel from Al-Asif Square in Sohrab Goth to Gurumandir via Shahrah-i-Pakistan.

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At Gurumandir, the project will be linked to the Green Line project, which is funded by the federal government.

 

KCR project

KCR project

Former Prime Minister Imran Khan It followed in the footsteps of the long-awaited Karachi Circle Railway project last year in September.

 

The Public-Private Partnership Agency (P3A) earlier this year approved a new Karachi Circle Railway project. The new KCR is being built at an estimated cost of Rs 292 billion through public-private partnerships.

 

Read more: ‘Modern’ KCR has a 43 km long route with 30 stations.

 

The Karachi Circle Railway builds a 43km long, world-class low-cost mass transit system using environmentally friendly electric trains.

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