M3 motorway (Pakistan)
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|Maintained by National Highway Authority|
|Length||230 km (140 mi)|
|East end||Lahore (M2)|
|West end||Abdul Hakeem (M4)|
|Roads in Pakistan|
The M-3 motorway is duplicate or parallel motorway of M-4 motorway and took eastern route from Lahore to Abdul Hakeem city, while M-4 motorway which connects M-2 to same Abdul Hakeem city.
Despite the existence of North to south M-4 motorway, M-3 motorway was given preference over vital M-6 (Sukkur to Hyderabad) motorway on which construction work is not yet started, thus causing north to south link incomplete.
The M3 starts at the M2 in Lahore. It then goes southwest from Lahore and ends where it meets the M4 motorway near the city of Abdul Hakim. It is a 6 lane highway with 3 rest areas along the route. Despite of its inauguration during May 2018, is not operational up till now (December 2018) due to some unknown reasons.
Junctions and interchanges
|M3 Motorway Junctions|
|North bound exits||Junction||South bound exits|
|M-2 – Islamabad-Lahore Motorway||M-2 – Islamabad-Lahore Motorway|
|PShorkot cantt road||Pirmahal|
|Shorkot cantt||SandilianwaliViaDarkhanaRd Cantt|
|Abdul Hakeem||Abdul Hakeem|
1 /* Service Areas */ are at phlore near rajana interchange and 2 Rest area are at Samundari interchange chak 441gb 3rd Rest area at Darkhana road near Abdulhakim interchange near chak 17gb kake shah
- Motorways of Pakistan
- National Highways of Pakistan
- Transport in Pakistan
- National Highway Authority
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