Transportation Infrastructure

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor envisions an extensive overhaul of the existing transportation infrastructure in Pakistan and laying out of new routes for the facilitation of transit trade and enhancement of market accessibility.

As an essential part of the CPEC, China and Pakistan have joined hands to building the transportation infrastructure stated below.

Project Name Company Name Status Progress
KKH PhaseII(Havelian- Thakot Section),120 km China Road and Bridge Corporation Completed

100%

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Karachi-Lahore Motorway (Sukkur-Multan Section),392 km China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited Completed

100%

Joint Feasibility Study for Upgradation of ML1 and Establishment of Havelian Dryport China Railway Feasibility study completed; Framework Agreement signed

100%

Upgradation of ML-1 (Multan-Lahore Section, 339 km; Hyderabad-Multan Section, 749 km; Kemari-Hyderabad Section, 182 km) TBD Government Framework Agreement under discussion

40%

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New Havelian Dry Port TBD Feasibility completed
Project to be put on fast track
Framework agreement signed in May 2017

25%

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Khuzdar-Basima Highway (N-30), 110 km TBD Feasibility and PC-I completed
LOI forwarded to Chinese side
Procedural formalities to be completed shortly (ECNEC approved the projects in May 2017)
Frame Work Agreement shared with Chinese Side

25%

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KKH Phase III(Raikot-Thakot Section)280km TBD Feasibility and PC-I completed
LOI forwarded to Chinese side
Procedural formalities to be completed shortly

25%

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D.I.Khan-Quetta Highway (N-50), 533km TBD Feasibility stage

15%

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