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  • Transport in Pakistan - Wikipedia
    Transport in Pakistan Transport in Pakistan ( Urdu: پاکِستان میں نقل و حمل‬ ‎) is extensive and varied, and serves a population of over 191 million people In recent years, new national highways have been built, with the addition of motorways which have improved trade and logistics within the country
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    Portal:Transport in Pakistan Jump to navigation Jump to search Introduction Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metrobus in Islamabad Pakistan transport network Transport in Pakistan (Urdu: پاکِستان میں نقل و حمل
  • Transportation in Pakistan - Simple English Wikipedia, the . . .
    Pakistan Railways provides an important mode of transportation in Pakistan It does large-scale movement of people and freight The railway network is 8,163 kilometres (5,072 miles) long Broad gauge is 7,718 kilometres (4,796 miles) of that There are 293 kilometres (182 miles) of electrified track
  • Category:Transport in Pakistan - Wikipedia
    Category:Transport in Pakistan Jump to navigation Jump to search Pages in this category should be moved to subcategories where applicable This category may require frequent maintenance to avoid becoming too large It should directly contain very few, if any, pages and should mainly contain subcategories
  • History of rail transport in Pakistan - Wikipedia
    History of rail transport in Pakistan In 1870, the four companies were amalgamated as the Scinde, Punjab Delhi Railway Several other rail lines were built shortly thereafter, including the Sind–Sagar and Trans–Baluchistan Railways and the Sind–Pishin, Indus Valley, Punjab Northern and Kandahar State Railways
  • Pakistan Railways - Wikipedia
    Pakistan Railways Pakistan Railways ( reporting mark PR) ( Urdu: پاکستان ریلویز‬ ‎) is the national, state-owned railway company of Pakistan Founded in 1861 and headquartered in Lahore, it owns 4,800 miles (7,791 km) of track across Pakistan from Torkham to Karachi and operates freight and passenger service
  • Transport in Islamabad - Wikipedia
    Transport in Islamabad The airport is the third largest in Pakistan and is located outside Islamabad, in Chaklala, Rawalpindi In fiscal year 2004–2005, over 2 88 million passengers used Benazir Bhutto International Airport and 23,436 aircraft movements were registered Gandhara International Airport is under construction at Fateh Jang to cope
  • Transport in Karachi - Wikipedia
    View of Stadium road, Karachi The city of Karachi is a major transport hub of Pakistan The Karachi port and airport are major gateways to Pakistan The Karachi Railway stations transports the major part of Pakistan's trade with other countries

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