Sindh Govt to Start Work on Karachi’s Yellow Line BRT Project

The Sindh Government in collaboration with the World Bank is launching the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Yellow Line Project in Karachi.

Sindh’s Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah was the Head of the Meeting in which Sharjeel Memon (Sindh Transport Minister) was also present.

the Karachi Yellow Line BRT project will be 21 kilometers (km) long and will include 17.6 km at grade, and 3.2 km underground with a total of 28 stations across the routes.

Eight underpasses will be constructed at Murtaza Chowrangi, Singer Chowrangi, Bilal Chowrangi, Vita Chowrangi, Shaan Chowrangi, Brooks Chowrangi, Khayaban-e-Ittehad, Korangi Road intersection, and at the Sunset Boulevard intersection.

The total cost of the Karachi Yellow Line BRT will be $438.9 million, of which the World Bank will have a share of $381.9 million, and the Sindh government will pay $19.5 million.

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