ISLAMABAD - Capital Development Authority (CDA) will construct two new overhead bridges on Islamabad Highway. The decision was taken in the Authority Board meeting aimed to reduce ratio of road accidents and accommodate the pedestrians across highways. Chairman CDA Tariq Mahmood Khan presided over the meeting while Member Finance Saeed-ur-Rehman, Member Administration S.M Farooqi and others high-ups of authority were also present on the occasions. It was discussed that the construction of these new overhead pedestrian bridges between Faizabad and Khana Pul will minimise woes and worries of the resident living on both sides of Highway. It was also decided that six more bridges would be constructed aimed to facilitate the public. The Board also decided that the Authority would establish complaint cell for janitorial sanitation services in all sectors of the Capital to solve the sanitation problems. Complaint cells will be set up in the localities easily accessible to the resident of different sectors. Commercial use of residential units continues in Capital Despite several warning and reminders by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) the commercial use of residential units continues in the Federal Capital. The Authority has so far failed to devise a effective strategy to control non-conforming use of residential accommodation causing inconvenience to the residents. According to CDA as many as 843 residential units are being used for commercial purposes in different sectors of the Federal Capital. 272 units were occupied by government and private offices, 122 by guest houses, 203 by schools, 15 by restaurants, 54 by foreign missions and 160 houses were being used for other purposes. CDA took action against house owners of 82 houses for non-conforming use. 70 owners were fined while seven plots were canceled by the Authority.A CDA official said the Authority registered 364 cases against house owners, however due to legal formalities it is facing problems.