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Subject: Economic Planning & ManagementTopic: M1 motorway project in pakistan. : 

Subject: Economic Planning & ManagementTopic: M1 motorway project in pakistan. Presented by: Muhammad Iqbal Class no# 26 MPA 3rd semester ABDUL WALI KHAN UNIVERSITY MARDAN.

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Vision Statement: The vision of the motorway project is to provide a transportation system that allows anyone to go anywhere in the region easily and efficiently. Mission Statement: The mission of the motorway project is to provide the public with a safe and efficient countywide transportation system. The system increases access and mobility, improves the quality of life.

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The 155 km long Motorway M1 between Islamabad and Peshawar in now open for traffic in its entirety. The 117 km portion of it got inaugurated on October 30, 2007.

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Continue.. M1’s construction work was initially started in the year 1993 by a Turkish company Bayindar but it left the work incomplete in 1997. The contract was the re-awarded to a consortium (Partnership) called PMC-JV in 2003.s The speed limit on M1 is 120 km/ph and it is completed at a cost of Rupees 16 bn.

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M1 has 9 interchanges at Fatehjang, Bhatar, Burhan, Rashaki, Swabi, Chachh (under construction), Charsadda, Northern Bypass and Ring road on N-5

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There are 3 major bridges on Haro, Indus and Kabul rivers, 18 flyovers, 27 other bridges, 137 underpasses and 571 culverts. 10 services areas— 5 on the each side of the motorway.

The proposed Pakistan Motorway project is approximately 3000 km long network of access controlled, signal free highways. With the inauguration of M1, 768 km of this network is now operational. Following is the complete list of motorway sections planned and operational in Pakistan. : 

The proposed Pakistan Motorway project is approximately 3000 km long network of access controlled, signal free highways. With the inauguration of M1, 768 km of this network is now operational. Following is the complete list of motorway sections planned and operational in Pakistan.

Tool collection system of m1 motorway: : 

Tool collection system of m1 motorway:

SIX CATEGARIES OF TOLL COLLECTION: : 

SIX CATEGARIES OF TOLL COLLECTION: Car (car, jeep, ) speed 120/h . Wagon (pick up, less than 12 seats) speed 120/h Mbs (haice, mazda, less than 13seats) speed 100/h Bus (passenger use) speed 80/h Truck ( 10 or 6 wheels) speed 80/h Raged truck ( 12 or upto 12 wheels) 80/h

2 type of toll connection: : 

2 type of toll connection: 1. ATCS ( Auto Toll Connection System). This Toll is collected by card system 2. ETCS (Electronic Toll Connection System) This Toll is collected by E- tag system which is automatic deducted from E-tag cars a/c.

Charges of M1 motorway: : 

Charges of M1 motorway: Mardan to Peshawar: Car Rs 30 Wagon Rs 40 Mbs Rs 65 Bus Rs 75 Truck Rs 75 6 Raged truck Rs 100 Mardan to Islamabad: Car Rs 65 Wagon Rs 75 Mbs Rs 115 Bus Rs 180 Truck Rs 200 6 Raged truck Rs 235

Benefits of motorway: : 

Benefits of motorway: Reduce accidents caused by speeding. To improve road safety and drivers awareness. To provide advance signaling and reduce number of vehicles and staff needed on site. Increase awareness level of drivers on speed limits regulation To improve road efficiency by the implementation of a lane control policy.

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Continue.. Reduce variations of the traffic speed. Reduce frequency of lane changes. To improve road safety by making drivers aware of congested traffic conditions ahead. To reduce stress and improve driving safety. Adapt traffic demand to road capacity.

Motorways in Pak: : 

Motorways in Pak:

Network of motorways in Pak: : 

Network of motorways in Pak: M1: Peshawar – Islamabad : 155 km (6 Lane, Access Controlled, Operational). M2: Islamabad – Lahore: 367 km (6 Lane, Access Controlled, Operational). M3: Pindi Bhattian – Faisalabad: 53 km (4 Lane, Access Controlled, Operational). M4: Faisalabad – Multan: 243 km (proposed 4 Lane). M5: Multan – Dera Ghazi Khan: 65 km (proposed 4 Lane)

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M6: Dera Ghazi Khan – Rato Dero: 450 km (proposed 4 Lane). M7: Rato Dero - Karachi: 303 km (proposed 2 Lane). M8: Gawadar – Ratodero: 1072 km (under construction, 2 Lane road completed and operational). M9: Karachi – Hyderabad: 136 km (4 Lane, Access Controlled, Operational, 6 Lanes planned). M10: Karachi Northern Bypass: 57 km (6 Lane, Access Controlled, Operational). Shahrah e Sanat Lahore- Sialkot: 101 km (under construction)TOTAL : 3002 km

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