Ahmad Ali Road, Allama Iqbal Park, Allama Iqbal’s tomb, August 14, Azadi Chowk Flyover, Azadi Interchange, Badshahi Mosque, Fort Road Food Street, Lahore Fort. Youm-e-Azadi, Lahori cuisine, Minar-e-Pakistan, Moneeza Burney, Pakistan’s 68th Independence Day, Pakistan’s longest signal-free corridor, Pakistan’s only five-ramp flyover, Ravi Road, Shahdara, Taxali Chowk, The Spirit of Independence, Timber Market
The construction of the Azadi Interchange, popularly referred to as the Azadi Chowk Flyover, was completed last month. It was recently opened for traffic just in time for August 14 – Pakistan’s 68th Independence Day.
A record milestone… Constructed in a record six months at a cost of approximately five billion rupees, the Azadi Chowk Flyover stretches for 2.53 kilometres and is believed to be Pakistan’s longest signal-free corridor. It is also Pakistan’s only five-ramp flyover, (most flyovers in Pakistan usually have a maximum of two ramps) and is accessible via Ahmad Ali Road, Ravi Road, Taxali Chowk, Timber Market and Shahdara.