The six-lane highway runs from Multan to Sukkur, passing via Jalalpur Pirwala, Ahmedpur East, Rahimyar Khan, Sadiqabad, Ubauro, and Pano Aqil. This project is estimated to cost $2.89 billion. The cameras are installed in a number of locations along the M5 motorway and will monitor all traffic movements as well as the Challan system for overspeeding vehicles.
This entire system has been automated, assisting the Challan system along the entire route. It will deduct money from Challan’s account for irresponsibly overspeeding and just breaching traffic regulations.
The M5 motorway, which has 12 service areas and 11 interchanges, was opened on November 5, 2019.