ISLAMABAD :Work on Thakot-Havelian motorway is in full swing and the 118 kilometre project is expected to be completed in December 2019.National Highway Authority (NHA) Spokesman Kashif Zaman told that the motorway falls in early harvest projects category of the ChinaPAkistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). However, he said that its 39 kilometre Havelian-Mansehra section would be completed in April 2018.He said that there would be three inter changes in the 39 km section which included Khota Qabar inter change,Qalandarabad and Manshera interchnge.He said that 120-kilometre section of the motorway is expected to be completed with a cost of Rs 133.98 billion. China Exim bank has been funding 90 percent of the project, while the remainder is being funded by Pakistan. The motorway starting from Havelian passes through Abbottabad, Mansehra and Shinkiari, and terminates at Thakot. It will have five tunnels -two at Abbotabad,and one each at Battal,Karmong and Mansehra.