KARACHI - KMC Administrator Muhammad Hussain Syed on Thursday said that a mass transit system could resolve traffic-related problems of the business hub city. Considerable progress was made on the Karachi Circular Railway Project under cooperation of the Sindh government and its practical implementation was expected in September 2013, said the administrator while addressing a delegation of 43-under training assistant commissioners from various cities of Sindh on their visit to Civic Centre.He said the city population had exceeded 20 million mark and hundreds of new vehicles were coming onto the roads everyday. “Besides having a well-planned mass transit system in Karachi, we also need to work on the disposal of garbage on scientific basis.”The delegation was led by the Director General Sindh Civil Services Academy while the Financial Advisor KMC Amir Khurshid, DG Medical Services Dr Nasir Javed were also present on this occasion.He said the KMC was fulfilling its responsibility in various sectors under its administrative control. These includes health and medical services, fire brigade, works & services, parks & horticulture, mass transit, information technology and education.The administrative control of the city was shared by many organisations including Sindh Revenue Board, PIA, KPT and Cantonment Boards and their mutual coordination and consultancy was essential for the city.The administrator urged the trainee commissioners to resolve the complaints of needy people during their job without considering personal likes or dislikes.