Published on 14 May 2014 | over 2 years ago

The Lahore Ring Road (LRR) is an 85-km long 6-lane high-speed limited-access or controlled-access orbital motorway around Lahore, Pakistan. It is linked to the M-2 Motorway and the N5 National Highway.

For those who cannot wait the RING ROAD will start at 4:10 :)

Salient features:

Map of Lahore showing major roads
Length: 85km

Lanes: 6 lanes

Speed limit: Universal minimum speed limit of 80 km/h and a maximum speed limit of 100 km/h for heavy transport vehicles and 120 km/h for light transport vehicles

Separation: The LRR has a central raised concrete median and grade-separated junctions

Access: Access to the LRR is restricted to fast moving vehicles only, including high-performance heavy bikes. It is fenced on either side for safety and prevention of unauthorized access by pedestrians, animals and slow-moving vehicles. Pedestrians, bicycles, low-performance motorcycles, animal-driven carriages and other slow-moving vehicles are not permitted on the LRR

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