|• Type||City Council|
|• Nazim||(Pakistan Muslim League (N))|
|• Total||8 km2 (3 sq mi)|
|Elevation||217 m (712 ft)|
|Time zone||PKT (UTC+5)|
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Green Town contains several[vague] government and private schools, technical institutes, and colleges, as well as more than fifty parks. Some parts of Quaid-e-Azam's industrial estate are located in Green Town.
Green Town has a private university run by Minhaj-ul-Qur'an. Green Town's Literacy rate is low due to the poor financial condition of the people, but the education rate in younger generations is somewhat improved.
Although other games are also played in the ares, cricket is the most popular. Green Town has an adjacent playground, which houses three cricket clubs and a football club. A number of snooker clubs and foosball clubs are also present in area.
Recently many new developmental projects in Green Town have been started. The city government is currently in the process of rebuilding and expanding the roads and sewer systems. The cost of living is relevantly high in Green Town, as compared to other similar areas.
Public transit is the prevalent method of transportation in Green Town, and a number of public transport companies provide different routes to travel to and from the town. Green Town is connected with all major areas of the city via public transport.
Geography and climate
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Green Town is bounded on the north and west by the Lahore township, on the east by Quaid-e-Azam Industrial Estate, and on the south by Bagriyan Village. Green Town covers a total land area of 8 km² approximately.