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

Pakistan M-3.svg

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
Major cities: Nankana Sahib
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.


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


8 Abdul Hakeem

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