Vehari (Urdu: وہاڑی) is a city in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city, which is the capital of the district and tehsil of the same name, is located at 30°1’0N 72°21’0E at an altitude of 135m (446ft) and lies about 100 kilometres from the regional metropolis of Multan and about 25 kilometres north of the river Sutlej – the southernmost of the five rivers of the Punjab region. A headworks of canals is located on this river near Luddan on the Luddan-Vehari canal providing irrigation water to both banks of the river, which includes the upper fringes of theCholistan Desert. Read More>>
This map has been been prepared by Irsa Afzal and Iqra Yousaf. They are Urban Planners from Department of City & Regional Planning, University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore.
Street level mapping has been completed using high resolution images (0.6-1m) of Google Earth dating May 20, 2009 within a period of two months. Detailed process is mentioned in the tutorial HERE.
- Data Layers:
- Primary Roads
- Secondary Roads
- Tertiary Roads/ Streets
- Water Bodies
- Railway Lines
- Points of Interest (Hospitals, Educational Buildings, Public Buildings, Mosques, Hotels, Banks, Petrol Pumps etc)
Area features (Parks, open spaces, Built up areas, Graveyards, Housing Schemes, water bodies etc)
- 18.49 Square Kilometer
Data is available in KML and ESRI Shape file formats.