How Orange Line Train project will look like after completion

Dunya News

The Orange Line Train is said to be the common mans ride.

LAHORE (Web Desk) – The incumbent government along with Punjab government had signed a project with Chairman of the Chinese National Development Reforms Commission regarding construction of an Orange Line Train in Lahore so that the metropolis will depict a mélange of the traditional and the modern.

The project will cost $1.6 billion and it will complete within 27 months. The train route will be 27.1 kilometer long, spread from Ali Town to Thokar Niaz Baig, from Multan Road to Scheme Mor, Chowburji, MAO College, Mall Road, Laxmi Chowk and Railway Station, from Garhi Shahu Bridge to GT Road and UET and from Pakistan Mint to Dera Gojran.

The Orange Line Train is said to be the common man’s ride that will move through places where people with low income and living standards are spending lives.

A plea challenging Orange Line Train project was also submitted in Lahore High Court (LHC). It was mentioned in the petition that Orange Line Train project will cause harm to the historical sites in Lahore however, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) released a video showing that the ongoing project would not demolish any historical building or monument and heritage of the city, negating all the propaganda and rumors against the authorities of damaging the historical assets.

The government has found a way to continue the plan without harming the building as the uplifting of Shalamar Gardens and the Lahore Fort is already afoot.

The video posted below shows that how Orange Line Train will look after its completion: