Thursday, December 9, 2010

Pakistan Motorways

One of the most expensive motorways in Asia.
Has the highest pillared-bridge in Asia (at the Khewra Salt Range)
The most interesting fact is that it can be used by Pakistan Air Force to land or take off many Fighter Jets.
The M-2 is a motorway in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is 367 km long and connects Lahore with Islamabad. It passes through Kala shah kaku, Sheikhupura, Khanqah Dogran,Kot Sarwar, Pindi Bhattian, Salem, Lilla, Kot Momin, Kallar Kahar, Balksar, and Chakri before ending just outside the twin cities Rawalpindi and Islamabad. It then continues on to eventually become the M1 motorway linking the twin cities with Peshawar. The M-2 crosses the junction of the M3 (to Faisalabad) at Pindi

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