NATIONAL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
The National Highway Authority (NHA) was created, in 1991, through
an Act of the Parliment, for planning, development, operation, repair
and maintenance of National Highways and Strategic Roads specially
entrusted to NHA by the Federal Government or by a Provincial Government
or other authority concerned.
NHA is custodian of 39 national highways/ motorways/ expressway/
strategic routes having a total length of 12,131 kms. It is 4.6% of
total national roads network i.e 263,775 kms, however, it carries 80% of
commercial traffic and N-5 which is blood-line of pakistan, carries 65%
of this load in the country.