Sialkot-Lahore Motorway

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Pakistan motorway symbol.svg

M–11 Motorway
Sialkot-Lahore Motorway
Route information
Maintained by Government of Pakistan
Length 89 km (55 mi)
Existed 2018 – present
Major junctions
North end Sambrial
  M2, N5
South end Lahore
Major cities Narowal
Highway system
Roads in Pakistan

The Sialkot-Lahore motorway (SLM) is an under construction north-south motorway in Pakistan, which will connect Lahore to Sialkot via Sambrial. The motorway is 89 km long. The project is expected to be complete in December 2018 at a cost of 44 billion rupees.[1] Once completed, it will reduce the travel time between Sialkot and Lahore to just 50 minutes.


The motorway will be four laned, having seven interchanges, eight flyovers, 40 bridges and 70 underpasses. Three industrial zones and two universities would also be established along the project. It will be linked with M2 and N5 through Lahore link road near Kala Shah Kaku. The route will run parallel to GT road, passing east of Daska, east of Sambrial and end in Gujrat.


The SLM was conceived by Ex Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi in 2006 and foundation stone was laid in 2007, by President Pervez Musharraf. In 2010, the SLM would have been opened to the public but the Punjab government has shelved project due to non-availability of the funds. National Highway Authority (NHA) had shortlisted only two companies—FWO and a foreign firm—selected for this project.This road will definitely uplift this city and the surrounding rural hinterland.


Sialkot Lahore Motorway
East bound exits Interchange West bound exits
Lahore Sialkot Interchange Motorway-Exit-1.svg KalaShah Kaku
Kala Khatai Motorway-Exit-2.svg Muridke
Narowal Motorway-Exit-3.svg Muridke
Pasrur Motorway-Exit-4.svg Gujranwala
Sialkot Dharam kot Motorway-Exit-5.svg Eimanabad
Sialkot Motorway-Exit-6.svg Daska
Sialkot Motorway-Exit-7.svg Wazirabad

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "NHA to complete 10 mega projects this year". Retrieved 2018-02-17. 

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