The Rs. 78 million project will provide a quick and safe means of crossing the road, which will especially help women, children, and the elderly. Peco Road, which links the north and south of the city, is a popular thoroughfare.
The spokesperson for the Punjab Ombudsman said in a statement that the bridge on the mentioned route is part of the government’s effort to make life easier for the general public.
In another instance, the Sheikhupura administration has made improvements to Ayesha Park’s tourist attractiveness by appointing four gardeners and making the required repairs to preserve its lush environs.
The LDA decided earlier this month to turn nine main thoroughfares into model roads.
According to specifics, the committee was directed by Justice Shahid Karim of the Lahore High Court (LHC) to give Lahore’s environmental improvements top priority. Yesterday’s meeting was presided over by LDA Director General Aamir Ahmad Khan.