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|Motorways of Pakistan|
Pakistan motorway sign
|Length||4,266 km (2,651 mi)|
|Roads in Pakistan|
Motorways of Pakistan (Urdu: پاکستان کی موٹروے) are a network of multiple-lane, high-speed, controlled-access highways in Pakistan, which are owned, maintained and operated federally by Pakistan's National Highway Authority. 1010 km of motorways are currently operational as of 4 February 2017, while 3690 km are currently under construction. All motorways in Pakistan are pre-fixed with the letter 'M' (for "motorway") followed by the unique numerical designation of the specific highway (with a hyphen in the middle), e.g. "M-1".
Pakistan's motorways are part of Pakistan's "National Trade Corridor Project", which aims to link Pakistan's three Arabian Sea ports (Karachi Port, Port Bin Qasim and Gwadar Port) to the rest of the country through its national highways and motorways network and further north with Afghanistan, Central Asia and China. The project was planned in 1990. The China Pakistan Economic Corridor project aims to link Gwadar Port and Kashgar (China) using Pakistani motorways, national highways, and expressways.
|Name & Sign||Course||Length (km)||Lanes||Completion Year||Status||Remarks|
|Peshawar–Islamabad||155||6||2007||Operational||Hazara Expressway interchange completed in 2018.|
|Islamabad–Lahore||367||6||1997||Operational||Repaved in 2016|
|Lahore–Multan||230||6||2018||Under Construction||Construction began in December 2015.|
|Pindi Bhattian–Multan||309||4||2018||Sections 1, 2, 5 Operational
Sections 3, 4 Under Construction
|Construction began in 2009.|
|Multan–Sukkur||387||6||2019||Under Construction||Construction began in May 2016.|
|Sukkur–Hyderabad||296||6||2020||Contract Awarded||Construction begins in 2018.|
|Hyderabad–Karachi||136||6||2018||Section 1 Partially Operational
|Construction began in September 2015.|
|Karachi Northern Bypass||57||2||2007||Operational||Proposed 4 lane expansion.|
|Sialkot–Lahore||89||4||2018||Under Construction||Construction began in April 2017.|
|Hakla–D.I Khan||280||4||2019||Under Construction||Construction began in May 2016.|
|Hasan Abdal–Mansehra||180||4||2019||Partially Operational
Pakistan's Motorways are patrolled by Pakistan's National Highways & Motorway Police (NH&MP), which is responsible for enforcement of traffic and safety laws, security and recovery on the Pakistan Motorway network. The NH&MP use SUVs, cars and heavy motorbikes for patrolling purposes and uses speed cameras for enforcing speed limits.
The M-1 motorway (Peshawar-Islamabad) and the M-2 motorway (Islamabad-Lahore) each include two emergency runway sections of 9,000 feet (2,700 m) length. The four emergency runway sections become operational by removing removable concrete medians using forklifts. The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has used the M-2 motorway as a runway on two occasions: for the first time in 2000 when it landed an F-7P fighter, a Super Mushak trainer and a C-130 and, again, in 2010. On the last occasion, the PAF used a runway section on the M-2 motorway on 2 April 2010 to land, refuel and take-off two jet fighters, a Mirage III and an F-7P, during its Highmark 2010 exercise.
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