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CDA speeds up work on Ataturk Avenue

ISLAMABAD: With the traffic congestion in the twin cities not improving, the apex civic agency of the federal capital has started accelerating the pace of work on dualising the Ataturk Avenue. Capital Development Authority (CDA) officials said that work on the …Read more

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Chairman CDA directs to speed up Atta Turk Avenue expansion

Chairman Capital Development Authority CDA has expressed dissatisfaction over delay and slow pace of work on Atta Turk Avenue Project and directed for speedy completion of the project Chief Commissioner Islamabad and Chairman CDA Amer Ali Ahmed visited
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CDA unlikely to meet deadline to dualise Ataturk Avenue

The Capital Development Authority CDA is likely to miss another deadline to complete the dualisation of Ataturk Avenue Under the revised deadline the project was to cost Rs230 million But if the work is curtailed up to D-Chowk the cost of the
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CDA urged to speed up work on Margalla Avenue

The mega project of Margalla Avenue was going at a snail only15 percent work on the development project had been completed so far due to the lack of interest of CDA bodies and contractors Development work on only five kilometres of the nine kilometres
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CDA chairman reviews progress of Ataturk Avenue

The Capital Development Authority CDA chairman visited the Ataturk Avenue Sector G-6 and traffic planning director was given a week to come up with a design and commence work on the same Meanwhile in a meeting with the Engineering and Planning
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Margalla Avenue far from over

In August 2012 in a bid to speed up work on the project the CDA decided to simultaneously construct the avenue from both ends An officer of CDA said construction work on nine-km-long Margalla Avenue which will connect sector D-12 with Grand Trunk GT
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Advancing composites CdA companys breakthrough technology attracting interest from big players

Craig Neslen a manufacturing engineer at the Air Force lab had come across Continuous Composites work and invited company officials it appears theyre working to speed it up and automate it Having a local company working on cutting
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