Kashmir Highway

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Kashmir Highway
شاہراہ کشمیر
Route information
Maintained by Capital Development Authority
Length: 25 km (16 mi)
Existed: 1973 – present
Major junctions
East end: E-75
  N-5
9th Avenue
Zero Point Interchange
West end: M1/M-2 Motorways
Islamabad Interchange
Highway system
Roads in Pakistan

The Kashmir Highway (Urdu: شاہراہ کشمیر‎) is a major east-west highway in Islamabad, Capital Territory, Pakistan.[1] The highway provides quick access through Islamabad and connects the M1/M-2 motorway interchange (Islamabad Interchange) in the east to the E-75 Expressway in the west. The total length of the highway is 25 kilometers. The width varies from three lanes to five lanes and has 5 interchanges.[2]

History[edit]

The Kashmir Highway was a route that used to traverse the length of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir. Currently, it passes through Islamabad, Pakistan and connects Punjab province of Pakistan to the Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It also leads to Gilgit-Baltistan province of Pakistan.

Interchanges and exits[edit]

Intersections Traffic Control Method
Ninth Avenue Interchange
Islamabad Expressway at Zero Point Zero Point Interchange

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