The LRR circles Lahore over a circumference of 85 km. The route of the Lahore Ring Road is from Babu Sabu to Saggian Interchange, Lahore, Niazi Chowk, and then stretching straight up to Mehmood Booti, passing through GT road, Canal Bank Road, Harbanspura Interchange, Barki Road, Abdullah Gul Interchange, Allama Iqbal International Airport, Ghazi Road, DHA Phase V & VII, Sui Gas Society, Ferozpur Road, to Hdira Drain (South) to Halloki, Bahria Town to Niaz Biag. 95% of the northern loop of LRR is now complete.
There will be one emergency lane on both the sides of the road. Almost 425,000 vehicles will pass through daily. All link roads with Lahore Ring Road will be improved and widened besides repairing all important highways of the city to cater to the flow of traffic. As many as 20 interchanges will be erected on the road to provide better transport facilities. service roads and Raywind city must cover-up.
Length: 85 km
Lanes: 6 lanes
Speed limit: Universal minimum speed limit of 80 km/h and a maximum speed limit of 100 km/h for heavy transport vehicles and 120 km/h for light transport vehicles
Separation: The LRR has a central raised concrete median and grade-separated junctions
Access: Access to the LRR is restricted to fast moving vehicles only, including high-performance heavy bikes. It is fenced on either side for safety and prevention of unauthorized access by pedestrians, animals and slow-moving vehicles. Pedestrians, bicycles, low-performance motorcycles, animal-driven carriages and other slow-moving vehicles are not permitted on the LRR
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