Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi has announced the construction of two underpasses and a signal-free corridor to facilitate the citizens of Islamabad.

The underpasses will be built at Serena Chowk and Srinagar Highway, with the aim of reducing traffic congestion in the city, according to a statement issued here on Tuesday.

The Interior Minister chaired an important meeting regarding the underpasses project, where he directed the authorities to ensure their maximum height.

The Interior Minister also tasked Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA) and Chief Commissioner Islamabad, Muhammad Ali Randhawa, to overseeing the project.

The initial design of the underpasses project has also been prepared, and the NESPAK (National Engineering Services Pakistan) officials briefed the Minister regarding its details.

The Interior Minister directed the authorities to complete the project in the shortest possible time. Chairman CDA and Chief Commissioner Islamabad and NESPAK officials were also present in the meeting.