AC Bus Stand Multan Sultan was taken by the photographer Dr Junaid on 02 February 2011 and published over Panoramio. AC Bus Stand Multan is next to Māri Sītal and is located in Punjab, Pakistan.
The construction of motorways began in the early 1990s, with the idea of building a world-class road network and reducing the load on the heavily-used national highways throughout the country. The M2 was the first motorway completed in 1998, linking the cities of Islamabad and Lahore. In the past 5 years, many new motorways have opened up, including the M1 and M4. The M4 is partially operational while half is under construction, and connects the cities of Pindi Bhatian (M2), Faislabad and Multan via Gojra, Toba Tek Singh, Jhang, Shorkot, Pir Mahal and Khanewal. The M3, which will connect Lahore with Multan through Abdul Hakeem and the existing M4 near Multan, is under construction; it will terminate at the under-construction M5, which will lead to the Sukkhur District of Sindh. There, the M6 (which is proposed with construction work to begin soon) will start; the M6 will end at Hyderabad, where it will meet the existing M9 motorway to Karachi. In addition to this, the M8 in Baluchistan province, the longest motorway of Pakistan, is half under construction, half operational. In central Punjab, the Lahore-Sialkot Motorway (M11) is under construction and will be operational by next year, and in KPK province, the Hakka-Dera Ismail Khan Motorway (M14) is also under construction. Swat Motorway and Hazara Motorway are two more expressways under construction in KPK province.
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