CONGESTED CORRIDOR AND SPOT IDENTIFICATION – Think Transportation

CONGESTED CORRIDOR AND SPOT IDENTIFICATION

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  • Name

    CONGESTED CORRIDOR AND SPOT IDENTIFICATION

  • Category

    Traffic Engineering

  • Year

    16

  • Tag

    Congested Spot Identification

  • Status

    Completed

Congested corridor and spot identification of Karachi

Karachi is the most populous city of Pakistan. It is the financial hub and sea port of Pakistan. Approximately 90% of the multinational corporations operating in Pakistan are headquartered in Karachi.

Karachi is served by a road network estimated to be approximately 9,500 kilometres in length, serving approximately 3.1 million vehicles per day. This huge number of daily traffic movement results in reduction in road capacity and congestion on various spot along the major corridors of Karachi.

Think Transport undergoes traffic study to identify the congestion spots along major corridors of Karachi including; Shahrah e Faisal, University Road, Sir Shah Muhammad Suleman Road, Shahrah e Sher Shah Suri, Shahrah e Pakistani, Korangi Road, National Highway (N-5), M.A Jinnah Road, Shahrah e Quaideen, Shaheed e Millat Road, Estate Ave. Think Transportation provides cause and remedy to reduce congestion on each individual identified spot.

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