The Indus Highway is a major roadway in Pakistan, named after the Indus River, one of the country’s most significant rivers. It runs parallel to the Indus River, connecting various cities and regions in the province of Sindh and parts of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces.

The highway originates from the city of Karachi, the largest city in Pakistan, and extends northward, passing through cities such as Hyderabad, Sukkur, and Dera Ghazi Khan. It covers a distance of approximately 1,200 kilometers.

The Indus Highway serves as a vital transportation artery, facilitating the movement of goods, people, and services between different regions of the country. It plays a crucial role in connecting the southern and northern parts of Pakistan, linking major urban centers, industrial zones, and agricultural areas.

The highway has undergone significant upgrades and expansion projects over the years to improve its quality, capacity, and safety standards. These improvements aim to enhance connectivity, promote economic development, and facilitate trade and commerce along its route. Additionally, the Indus Highway serves as a key route for travelers and tourists exploring various regions of Pakistan.