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The M4 (Urdu: موٹروے 4‎) is a north-south motorway in Pakistan, currently[when?] under construction. The 286 km motorway will connect Faisalabad to Multan through Gojra.[2] and Shorkot Upon completion, it would connect the M2 with the M5.

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M–4 Motorway
موٹروے 4
Route information
Maintained by National Highway Authority
Length286 km[1] (178 mi)
Major junctions
North endPindi Bhattian
South endMultan
Major cities
Highway system
Roads in Pakistan



The M4 will begin at the M2 Pindi Bhatian to the Sargodha Road Interchange on the northern outskirts of Faisalabad. It will continue on a southwest course connecting the cities of Faisalabad, Gojra, Toba Tek Singh, Shorkot, Abdul Hakeem, Khanewal and Multan.

The M4 will have four sections:

Sections Of M-4 Motorway
Name Length (km) Status
Pindi Bhattian - Faisalabad 53 Operational Since Sep 2003
Faisalabad - Gojra - Shorkot 121 Operational
Shorkot - Abdul Hakeem 32 Operational
Abdul Hakeem - N5 on Multan-Khanewal section 32 Operational in Sep 2019

Junctions and interchangesEdit

M4 Motorway Junctions
Interchange Junction Location
  M-2 – Islamabad-Lahore Motorway     M-2 – Islamabad-Lahore Motorway
Sangla Hill   Beranwala Rd
Sahianwala   Chiniot Road
Deptywala   Millat Road
Kamalpur   Sargoda Road
Aminpur   Narwala Road
Painsra   Jhang Road
Gojra   Jhang Road
Jhang Road   Toba Tek Singh
Warimwala   Toba Tek Singh
Shorkot city   Shorkot Cantt. Road
Abdul Hakeem  
Makhdompur   Kabirwala Road
Kabirwala   Khanewal Road
Khanewal   Multan Road
Multan   Vehari Road
Multan   Bahawalpur Road
  M-5 – Multan-Sukkar Motorway  

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Length of M4". Retrieved October 19, 2017.
  2. ^ "M4 Faisalabad". Retrieved October 19, 2017.