Sheikh Zayed Airport

The existing Runway pavement sections / thickness for Boeing 747-400 and Airbus operations are considered structurally inadequate and need further investigation and strengthening with an adequate overlay. The Department of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan has desired to upgrade the existing Runway and Apron for his highness’ visit to Rahim Yar Khan. With this in view a reconsideration of existing runway, taxiway and apron pavements have been made and appropriate provisions have been proposed for consideration and provision of operational facilities for operating B-747-400 Domestic Aircraft.

Mass Transit Priority Corridor 1

The project was awarded to a consortium of international bidders lead by SNC Leuvlin of Canada, at a total price of 550 million dollars. This corridor was assigned the highest priority among the six corridors proposed in the feasibility study. This project was conducted in four phases because the client did not have access to funds allocated for the design of this project. These phases include the Environmental impact analysis, Involuntary resettlement plan, Preliminary design, Detailed design and Preparation of tender documents, on BOT basis.

Limpopo Railway & bridges

The Limpopo Railway Line runs from Maputo (capital and port city of Mozambique) to the border with Zimbabwe and serves as a major trade link between the neighbor countries. The approximately 275 Km long railway was severely damaged during floods in the year 1998 and 1999. The Project comprises the repair and rehabilitation of affected sections including railway and bridges.

Gwadar Rail Link

Pakistan Railways intends to provide a railway link from Gwadar Deep Sea Port to the existing railway network near Quetta. The purpose of this railway link is to capture the present and future freight traffic of Gwadar Port.

Green Line Bus Rapid Transit System

Proposed route for Green Line starts from Municipal Park, Saddar to KESC Power House Chowrangi, Surjani. This busway will be constructed (dedicated for BRT vehicles) in the median of the roads along the corridor with stations in the center of the median in both at grade and elevated sections which all provide high speed (25 Km/h) and high capacity (29,400 passengers per hour per direction) service. The design capacity of the proposed BRT system with passing lanes provision will increase based on the number of direct / express services run between stations in the future, as required.

The main project objectives are to provide reliable, safe, affordable, high quality and fast BRT Bus Service; to improve the quality of life of commuters in Karachi; to vastly improve the quality of public transport system in Karachi; to provide infrastructure that allows buses to ply in an efficient manner with exclusive right-of-way for a significant portion of their route length and reduce travel time.