PESHAWAR – The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has instructed to continue development work on the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.
According to the details, a letter has been issued to transport the secretary and other relevant authorities who direct to take preventative measures against the coronavirus outbreak. It is not in the public interest to stop work on the project, the government said.
Meanwhile, according to another report, the Peshawar Fast Bus Transit project will not function in the near future after the authorities rebuild one of its roads.
The road near the Firdous feeder route has been destroyed and is being rebuilt. The authorities said that they did it because the road surface was too slippery for buses so they are making concrete surfaces now.
People are worried about the project. “This will only make things very difficult for us now,” said a man who lives near the route. “They are just wasting our resources and time,” he added.
Construction work on the Peshawar metro bus project began in October 2017. A few months later, the KP government announced it would be completed in six months, followed by another announcement of its completion in one year.
However, three years later, the project had not yet been completed.
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