The other major revenue sources included Rs1.512 billion from the Municipal Services, Rs1.266 billion from Master Plan, Rs1 billion from Karachi Building Control Authority as transfer of income, Rs805.33 million from Works and Services, Rs814.92 million from Finance and Planning, Rs567.30 million from Enterprise and Investment Promotion, Rs 135.55 million from Coordination, Rs 1 29.10 million from Transport and Communication, Rs85.49 million from Community Development, Rs54.37 million from Health, Rs46.43 million from Karachi Mass Transit Cell
and Rs 14.597 billion from Water and Sanitation Department Funds for the devolved departments of the Sindh government through the Single Line Transfer System were Rs 17.329 billion.
IPDF had also finalized the traffic study on 43 dedicated CNG routes, complete feasibility and financial model, Request for Proposals and draft Concession Agreement for Karachi Mass Transit Cell
for the Karachi CNG Bus Project.
The Chief Minister directed Transport Department to establish a Karachi Mass Transit Cell
(KMTC) in the Department till the approval of the authority bill and start recruitment process for the required positions.
Yellow Line would have six BRT corridors named in Karachi Transportation Improvem ent Study 2010-12 done by Japan International Corporation Agency jointly with Karachi Mass Transit Cell
Sindh Minister for Transport Mumtaz Jakhrani, Advisor to CM Syed Murad Ali Shah, Chief Secretary Sindh Sajjad Saleem Hotiyana, Additional Chief Secretary (P&D) Mohammad Wasim, Secretary to CM Alumdin Bulo, Secretary Transport Tauha Ahmed Farooqui, Secretary Finance Sohail Rajput, Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Siddiqui, Administrator KMC Rauf Akhtar Farooqui, Director Karachi Mass Transit Cell
Fazal Karim Khatri and other officers attended the meeting.
Chairman KATI Johar Qandhari, Director Karachi Mass Transit Cell
The meeting was chaired by Director General Karachi Mass Transit Cell
(KMTC) Malik Zaheer Ul Islam.