The railways design and engineering department have said that the new rail station will have an open-air plaza in front of the train carriages and a public plaza for the public to gather.
Railway designers have been given the green light to test out the plaza, a design element that is already part of the new train design.
It is one of several elements to be tested out as part of a three-year process to improve the station, the department said in a statement.
“The design team is working with designers to test the plaza and it will soon be ready for testing,” it said.
The plaza is part of an overall redesign of the station to better incorporate pedestrians and cyclists.
It is part.
of a redesign of stations to better integrate the train with the surrounding area.
The new design will incorporate a pedestrian walkway and a bicycle lane.
It has been a long time coming.
The first version of the railway design for the station was completed in the 1960s and it was meant to be an extension of the existing train station at the junction of the Wazirabad Expressway and the Western Railway.
However, in the early 1990s, Pakistan was plagued by the 1998 Asian tsunami and the railway station was closed for the first time in decades.
In the 1990s the station reopened to allow passengers to get around the station.
It reopened in 2001 and is now the country’s third busiest railway station.
The new design for this new station will see a large open-area park and a pedestrian path running parallel to the train carriage path.
This will allow people to enjoy the area and connect with the station from various directions.
The park will also be used for the recreation of children, it said, adding that the park will be open from 7am to 9pm daily.