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Lahore Introduces Asia’s First Blue Road


The Punjab Central Business District Development Authority (PCBDDA) has launched an innovative concept in Lahore called the “Blue Road,” making it the first city in Pakistan and Asia to adopt this sustainable technology. The aim is to improve the city’s infrastructure and the quality of life for its residents.

 The Blue Road includes several energy-conserving features, including a specialized coating that reflects sunlight and reduces the amount of heat absorbed by the road surface. This reflective coating also improves visibility for drivers at night, making the roads safer for everyone.

The Blue Road concept has already been implemented in several European and Middle Eastern countries, including the Netherlands, France, and Qatar. Imran Amin, CEO of CBD Punjab, expressed his excitement at introducing this technology in Pakistan. 

He emphasized that the project would not only bring environmental benefits such as heat conservation, energy conservation, and reduced pollution but also contribute to their vision of creating a modern, sustainable, and inclusive society in Punjab.

Under the leadership of Imran Amin, the construction work is being personally monitored to ensure that the timeline given by the caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab, Mohsin Raza Naqvi, during his last visit is met. The project is a step forward in modernizing the infrastructure of Lahore, making it more sustainable and environmentally friendly. 

The PCBDDA’s introduction of the Blue Road concept is an example of its commitment to creating a greener future for the residents of Lahore. With the introduction of Blue Roads, Lahore will join other cities around the world in implementing innovative and sustainable technologies. 

The Blue Road idea is an innovative creation that enhances road safety and environmental health. The urban heat island effect, a phenomenon where cities are noticeably warmer than the nearby rural areas, will be lessened by the reflective coating on the roads, which minimizes the heat absorbed by the surface. Hopefully, Lahore’s residents will benefit from this idea, which will make the city more habitable and sustainable.

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