ISLAMABAD - Pedestrians are facing enormous problems while crossing Suharwardy Road in front of Aabpara Market as no overhead bridge is installed on such a busy road. Capital Development Authority (CDA) a few months back announced to build overhead bridge in front of the oldest business place after the removal of traffic signals by Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) from various crossing and squares of the city including Aabpara Chowk. Aabpara is situated in the centre of federal capital and its market is the busiest market in the city, as not only Islamabadites but also the people of adjoining areas like Bari Imam, Bhara Kahu and Chak Shehzad come here for shopping. The people urged CDA to construct an overhead bridge there, as were constructed on Seventh Avenue. Shagufta Gilani, a college student, says that it has become so difficult for the girl students to cross the road, as after the removal of traffic signals, the vehicles move at a very high speed. Another pedestrian, Muhammad Haroon, said the decision of ITP to remove the traffic signals from different squares of the city didn't prove fruitful rather it had multiplied the woes of people. He added that pedestrians were at risk while crossing the road owing to the absence of overhead bridge. Lack of overhead bridges is also causing problems for traders of the market. Shakeel Abbasi, a shopkeeper, said the traders had