M3 motorway (Pakistan)

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Coordinates: 31°55′25″N 73°19′51″E / 31.92361°N 73.33083°E / 31.92361; 73.33083

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M-3
Route information
Maintained by National Highway Authority
Length: 230 km[1] (140 mi)
Existed: 2018 – present
History: Under Construction
Major junctions
East end: Lahore (M2)
West end: Abdul Hakeem
Location
Major cities: Nankana Sahib
Jaranwala
Samundri
Pir Mahal
Highway system
Roads in Pakistan

The M-3 (Urdu: موٹروے 3‎) is an under construction north-south motorway in Pakistan, connecting the Lahore M2 to Abdul Hakeem. The M3 will serve as an important link connecting southern and northern Pakistan.

Route[edit]

The M3 starts at Lahore, located at M2(Lahore-Islamabad). It then passes Southwest and ends in Abdul Hakeem, on (M-4). The whole stretch of the M3 consists of 6 lanes with 3 rest areas along the route. However, there is a gas station on both sides of the carriageways.

This project will complete in 2018 under the government of Pakistan.

Junctions and interchanges[edit]

M3 Motorway
Northbound exits Junction Southbound exits
M2 1 M2
Sharqpur 2 Sharqpur
Nankana Sahib 3 Mangatwala
Jaranwala 4 Syedwala
Samundri 5 Tandlianwala
Rajana 6 Kamalia
Pir Mahal 7 Pir Mahal
Abdul Hakeem

M-4

8 Abdul Hakeem

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