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Default Passes in Pakistan

Chillinji Pass
17,503 ft
Chilinji Glacier, Karamber

Daintar Pass
16,390 ft
Daintar Nala, Lower Nagar

Darkot Pass
15,430 ft
Daintar Nala, Lower Nagar

Darmodar Aghost Pass
14,340 ft
Yasin-Ishkoman Valleys

Dorah Pass
14,108 ft
Afghan Border, Upper Yarkhun

Gondogoro Pass
19,488 ft
W Vigne Glacier, Baltoro

Gumal Pass
N/A
Afghan Border, South Waziristan

Gyong La
18,655 ft
Saltoro Ridge, Siachen Glacier

Hayal Pass
15,420 ft
Naltar Valley

Hispar Pass
16,824 ft
Hispar Glacier, Snow Lake

Irshad Pass
16,329 ft
Chuparsan & Lupgar Valleys

Ishkoman Aghost Pass
15,050 ft
Ishkuman

Kalandar Pass
17,130 ft
Ghizer, Gilgit

Karakar Pass
4,383 ft
Buner, Swat

Karambar Pass
14,250 ft
Karamber & Upper Yarkhun

Khojak Pass
7,513 ft
Qila Abdullah, Chaman

Khora Bhurt Pass
15,190 ft
upper Gilgit valley

Khunjerab Pass
15,397 ft
Gilgit-Baltistan, China Border

Khyber Pass
3,510 ft
Afghan Border, Landi Kotal

Kilik Pass
15,837 ft
Gojal Valley

Lowari Pass
10,230 ft
Chitral, Dir

Lupghar Pir Pass
16,420 ft
Chuparsan & Lupgar Valleys

Mintaka Pass
15,450 ft
China Border,Karakoram

Shahchoi Pass
14,700 ft
Ishkoman Valley

Shandur Top
12,200 ft
Chitral, Gilgit

Thoi Pass
16,420 ft
Thui Glacier, Yarkhun Valley

Zagaran Passs
16,420 ft
Chitral, Gupis valley

Babusar Pass
4,175 ft
Thak Gah, Babusar

Badawi Pass
N/A
Connect Dir with Kohistan

Bichhar Pass
14,870 ft
Ghizer, Gilgit

Bilafond La(Saltoro Pass)
17,881 ft
Saltoro Ridge

Bolan Pass
5,884 ft
Toba Kakar Range(Balochistan)

Broghol Pass
12,460 ft
Chitral

Burzil Pass
13,500 ft
Kashmir, Gilgit

Chaprot Pass
16,090 ft
Chaprot Nala, Lower Nagar
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M-1 Motorway
Pakistan's third motorway, the 155 km 6-lane M-1, linking Peshawar with the federal capital, Islamabad, has been operational since 30 October 2007.
M-2 Motorway
Pakistan's first motorway, the 367 km 6-lane M-2, connecting the cities of Islamabad and Lahore, was constructed by South Korea's Daewoo Corporation and was inaugurated in November 1997 and was the first motorway to be built in South Asia.
M-3 Motorway
The plan to construct Pakistan's second motorway, the 54 km 4-lane M-3, linking the Pindi Bhattian Junction on the M-2 withFaisalabad was finalized in 1996 with an estimated cost of Rs. 8 billion. Initially, it was planned to have 6-lanes, however, due to the shortage of funds, it was decided reduce the number of lanes to 4 with an option to upgrade it to 6-lanes in future. Construction of the M-3 began in May 2002 and it was completed ahead of schedule in September 2003 at a cost of Rs 5.3 billion. It was inaugurated and opened for traffic on 2 October 2003. Two bridges, one over a railway track and the second on a canal, were constructed on the motorway, while two interchanges near Sahianwala and Faisalabad were constructed in the second phase.
M-4 Motorway
Construction of Pakistan's fourth motorway, the 233 km 4-lane M-4, began on 19 August 2009. Once completed, it will link Multan with the M-3 Motorway at Faisalabad.And Faisalabad to Toba Tek Singh moterway ready for traffic in the End of December 2013
M-5 Motorway
The M-5 is a planned 80 km long, 4-lane motorway that will link Multan with Dera Ghazi Khan. It will be constructed after the completion of the M-4 Motorway.
M-6 Motorway
The M-6 is a planned 365 km long, 4 lane motorway that will link Dera Ghazi Khan with Ratodero. It will be constructed after the completion of the M-5 Motorway.
M-7 Motorway
The M-7 is a planned 270 km long, 4-lane motorway that will link Dadu with Hub.
M-8 Motorway
The 892 km 4-lane M-8 is under-construction in Sindh and Balochistan provinces. Initially, it will have 2 lanes with a further 2 lanes planned. The 4 lane motorway will be upgradable to 6 lanes. Once completed it will directly link the port city of Gwadar with the rest of Pakistan's motorway network at Ratodero where it will link up with the M-6 Dera Ghazi Khan-Ratodero Motorway.
M-9 Motorway
The current 4-lane Hyderabad-Karachi "Super Highway" is in the process of being upgraded into a 6-lane access-controlled motorway, designated the "M-9". Expression of Interest (EOI) were invited by the National Highway Authority (NHA) in May 2011. The NHA awarded the Rs. 24.93 billion contract to the Malaysian construction company, Bina Puri Holdings Bhd, on Built Operate Transfer (BOT) basis in January 2012. The proposed 136-km long motorway will be completed in three years. The M-9 Motorway will have 7 interchanges, 2 service areas at the midway points and 16 toll plazas on entry and exit points.
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