In order to save precious lives in accidents, the speed limit has been reduced on the motorways in Pakistan

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In order to save precious lives in accidents, the speed limit has been reduced on the motorways in Pakistan


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To prevent traffic accidents and save precious lives, the Motorway Police has reduced the speed limit on various highways of the country.

According to the spokesman of the Motorway Police, the decision to reduce the speed limit has been made after the analysis and research of the accidents.

The speed limit has not been changed on Motorway M2 Lahore, Islamabad, M3, M4, M9.

According to the spokesman, the speed limit for light transport vehicles between Thokar Niaz Beg and Ravi Toll Plaza has been increased from 120 to 100 km per hour.

The spokesman says that the HTV speed limit on M2 between Lahore Thokar Niaz Baig and Ravi Toll Plaza has been reduced from 100 to 80 km per hour.

In this regard, he has said that the speed limit has been increased from 120 to 100 km per hour on the Pindi Bhattian to Multan Motorway M4, and the speed limit has been increased from 120 to 100 km per hour on the Lahore Sialkot Motorway M11.

According to the spokesperson, the speed limit of HTV on Pindi Bhattian to Multan Motorway M4 has been increased from 100 to 80 km per hour.

LTV on Lahore-Sialkot Motorway M11 has been increased from 120 to 100 kmph.

HTV speed on Lahore-Sialkot M11 has been fixed from 100 to 80 km per hour, while on Hakla Dera Ismail Khan Motorway M14, LTV speed limit has been increased from 120 to 100.



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