Abdul Hakim – Lahore Motorway, Pakistan

The Karachi-Lahore motorway is a major infrastructure project in Pakistan. The Project relates to the 229 km section between Abdul Hakim and Lahore. The motorway right-of-way will impact land and require land acquisition and resettlement.

The motorway right-of-way will impact land and require land acquisition and resettlement.

The project is classified as a category A-project. Information on the environmental and social impacts is available in the document entitled Karachi-Lahore motorway, Abdul Hakeem-Lahore section, Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report – are available in the following web links:

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 1 

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 2

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 3

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 4

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 5

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 6

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 7

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 8

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report, PART 9

 

The information was published on EKN´s website www.ekn.se on May 17th, 2017. Comments on the project can be made within at least 30 days. This procedure is in accordance with the OECD Recommendation on Common Approaches for Export Credit Agencies (ECAs).

Web page last updated 21 Sep 2020