LAHORE - Lahore Transport Company (LTC) has launched a survey project on urban transport on various routes in order to transform transport sector on scientific lines. Primary objective behind the survey project is to collect factual information regarding various transport related issues with particular emphasis on revenue generation, length of the route, illegal transport and time consumed in each trip by a bus. Chairman LTC Tasneem Noorani expressed these views during a meeting held to review the progress of urban transport survey project here on Saturday. GM operations Asad Gillani, GM enforcement SSP Fawad Quershi, GM Finance Adnan Mudassar, Media Advisor Amjad Hussain, Senior Manager Operations Tanveer Siddiqui, Deputy Manager Planning Huma Daha and Deputy Manager Operation Ahsan Shahzad also participated in the meeting. Noorani said that urban survey transport project would provide information regarding number of passengers, consumption of diesel and other factors related to transport sector. He said that a driving school and vehicle fitness centre of international standards would be set up in the City adding that international institutions were also extending cooperation in reforming the transport system of Lahore. Deputy. Manager Planning Huma Daha briefed the meeting about the various aspects of urban transport survey project. Chairman LTC appreciated the officers of operation and planning wing for their valuable contribution in implementing the survey project. Seminar The Higher Education Department, Government of the Punjab is organising a seminar on Introduction of Four Years Degree Programme and Autonomous Mode of Governance in 26 Colleges of Punjab on September 7, 2010 at 10:00am at Alhamra Hall. The purpose of the seminar is to have a dialogue with all the stake-holders on the need of introducing Four Years Degree Programme and Board of Governors in the 26 colleges. The Minister for Education Mian Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman will be the Chief Guest on the occasion. The list of participants includes Vice Chancellors, Principals of 26 colleges (which are recently given autonomous status), teachers, students, parents and media-men.