RAWALPINDI - Despite the lapse of more than two months of inauguration of Sixth Road Flyover, its service road and carriageway could not be completed, creating problems for motorcycle riders, motorists and traders alike.Very slow pace of the construction of service roads is causing gridlocks under the Sixth Road Flyover. The Sixth Road Flyover was opened for traffic after the inauguration by Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif on January 10. Now delay in the construction of its service road and carriageway is creating traffic problems on the Chowk. The recent rains are adding to the mess as rainwater has turned the dirt into mud on the road and it has become near to impossible for motorcycle riders to pass through the chowk.Trader community of the area also expressed their concerns on the situation, saying that citizens were reluctant to visit the area for shopping. They said that Chandni Chowk flyover was opened after the completion of its service road and carriageway, while the city administration opened Sixth Road flyover with out completing service roads for reasons best known to the authorities.Meanwhile, pace of construction work on another project, Institute of Urology, on the land of Agriculture department is also very slow, raising some eyebrows among the masses.The motorists and traders demanded of the chief minister Punjab to take notice of the situation and order completion of the service road and carriageway as soon as possible.Meanwhile, mega project of Margalla Avenue is going on at snail pace due to slackness of higher officials of the Capital Development Authority (CDA).The CDA started the project as a by-pass road to facilitate the vehicular traffic coming from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the federal capital and to decrease the pressure of traffic on Kashmir Highway, but there are no chances in sight of in time completion of the project. The road is nine kilometres long from Sector D-12 to Sector D-17 that will also provide access to Islamabad to the resident of sectors beside GT Road and C series sector to be launched in near future. The project, started in June 2012, was to be complete in June 2013 at an estimated cost of Rs588 million however despite passage of eight months only15% work on the development project has been completed so far due to lack of interest of CDA bodies and contractors.Development work on only five kilometres of eight kilometres road was in progress as graveyards and residential areas were present in the remaining three kilometres portion of the project. Keeping in view the circumstances, National Highway Authority (NHA) submitted an application for new allotment to planning wing, but it failed to issue new allotment which resulted in disruption in progress on of the development project.Former chairman CDA has approved the construction of service road near Sector D-12, but the affectees moved to court causing suspension of development work on the project. The citizens demanded of Chairman CDA to accelerate the construction work for in time completion of Margalla Avenue.