'Karachi's Red Line project will be completed within two years': Sharjeel.

KARACHI -- Sindh Minister for Transport, Sharjeel Inam Memon, has assured the ADB delegation of the provincial government's full support and cooperation in completing the Red Line infrastructure within 24 months.

Sharjeel Memon, who also holds the portfolio of Information, held a meeting with the ADB delegation on Wednesday to discuss bottlenecks in the Red Line project.

The delegation agreed to hold weekly Zoom meetings on the project to review progress of development work. The minister assured the delegation that there would be no delays on the part of the provincial government in completing the project.

The minister noted that the Red Line was a biogas project which the provincial government wanted to be successful so that it could be replicated in Hyderabad and other major cities of the province.

Memon also assured that he would personally look into the transfer of 32 acres of land for a biogas plant for the project.

Lloyed Wright informed the minister that the Red Line project was environment-friendly and totally different from other BRTs, including Green Line, Yellow Line and Orange Line.

The Sindh government recently started construction work on Karachi's Red Line BRT project, according to Trans Karachi - the operator of Karachi Breeze System.

In the first phase, the route from Tank Chowk near Malir Halt to Safoora Chowrangi will be completed.

The Red Line will span 26 km from Safoora to Tower. It is expected to...

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