The way Karachi has given home to approximately 20 million people is commendable and it is definitely not hidden from the very eyes of the world. In past, no particular attention was paid towards the influx of population and to provide basic civic services to the citizens of Karachi which led to a deprived infrastructure of the City and the lack of civic facilities transformed Karachi into a civic nightmare. The most irritating issue was jammed traffic on the streets of Karachi which was very wailful for all the citizens of Karachi. They used to leave for offices early in the morning but arrive at their destination late; students found themselves stuck on streets while travelling from educational institutions to their homes; citizens were compelled to break their fast on the streets during Ramazan; industrial activities were fading away. Immediately after acquiring the office of City Nazim, Mustafa Kamal declared his determination to eradicate the issue of jammed traffic of Karachi on emergency basis. The immediate and permanent solution of the poor traffic condition of the largest and densely populated City of the country was to build "Signal Free Corridors" which was felt at once by Haq Parast leadership after taking charge of Local Government Karachi in October 2005; therefore elementary work was started immediately. The busiest roads and crossings were reviewed and analysed and it was felt absolutely necessary to build flyovers and underpasses at certain spots. At the first phase of this project it was decided to make entire route of Site till Sharah-e-Faisal signal free which was referred as the very first "Signal Free Corridor" of Karachi which comprised 3 flyovers and 3 underpasses including 6 mega projects which were built within a short period of just 8 months. It was like a blessing to the Karachiites since this corridor reduced their journey of 2 hours to 15-20 minutes only. Every social group praised and commended the immense hard work and dedication of City Nazim and called it a perfect gift for the citizens of Karachi by the Haq Parast leadership. The Signal Free Corridor-II comprises flyovers on 5 roundabouts, 1 underpass and many modern U-turns and costs approximately more than 4 billion rupees and it was commendably completed within a short span of a year, transforming 19.5 km course into a signal free corridor. Nagan Chowrangi Interchange Flyover is a dual-level flyover which was built over the busiest spot of the entire corridor the Nagan Chowrangi where virtually two flyovers were built within one. Apart from that a 211 meters long ramp was also built. According to an approximation, daily 2,09,701 cars pass by here and the cumulative cost of only this project is 498.78 million rupees. The length of the first level bridge is 287 meters and the ramps built around it is 255 meters long. The other level bridge lengths 561 meters and its ramps length 207 meters. The bridge from Level II to Anda Morr is 211 meter and its ramps measure 71 meters. This project was started on September 3, 2007 and was inaugurated for traffic on July 17, 2008. Sohrab Goth Interchange Flyover is a beautiful four-lane flyover and is built on Sohrab Goth Corridor-II after Nagan Chowrangi, where loops are given on both sides and one underpass. The huge cumulative cost of this project is 579.95 million rupees and the length of this flyover from both ends is 100 meters. Approximately 1,78,714 cars pass by this spot. Gulshan Chowrangi Flyover is a four-lane flyover built on Shabeer Ahmed Usmani Road at Gulshan Chowrangi and its length is 208 meters, costs 455 million rupees and lengthy ramps are built on both sides. Approximately 1,52,000 cars pass by this spot. A modern U-turn is crafted at University Road. Johar Morr Flyover built over Rashid Minhas Road and consists of three-lanes; its length is 270 meters and the ramps built on either side measures 235 meters. Johar Morr Flyover is built with humungous cost of 250 million rupees. This project was started on October 2007 and was completed on February 2008. Approximately 1,52,123 cars pass by this spot. Askari IV Flyover built on Askari IV on Rashid Minhas Road consists of three-lanes; its length is 265 meters and the ramps built on either side measures 334 meters. This project was also completed on February 2008. Approximately 1,04,393 cars pass by this spot. Surjani to Sharah-e-Faisal Signal Free Corridor-II could have been completed before the estimated time if not faced few hurdles. The flyovers of Nagan and Gulshan Chowrangi flyovers were supposed to be built with the funds of federal government, but due to the lack of availability of funds on time and the sky touching prices of construction material gave rise to the cark of extraordinary increase in the cost of project and hassle for the citizens due to delay in completion of this project. Therefore the City nazim completed this project by the CDGK's own resources through Bridge Financing. The cost of this project could be several times more than the estimated cost if it was delayed for 6 more months, which could have been a national loss. Therefore CDGK under the leadership of Kamal carried out the development work on regular basis and completed them. On the special directives of nazim, the installation of curb stones on footpaths and cat-eyes on this Corridor II from Sharah-e-Faisal to Surjani Town was carried out on immediate basis. The vacant central space between and around the roads was beautified by the Parks Department by making this whole corridor green and beautiful with thousands of trees and floral plants. Command and Control System is a wireless video security surveillance project which is a unique and first of its kind in Pakistan; it mainly consists of 50-54 cameras covering two main arteries of the City known as Corridor-I signal free Corridor (Site Habib Bank to Karsaz bridge Sharah-e-Faisal) and Corridor-II signal free corridor (Nagan Chowrangi to Drig Road Bridge Sharah-e-Faisal). Kamal made the concerned staff, contractors and consultant firms to follow schedule of completion of projects as well as observe the quality standards. Regular and surprise visits were made by him to check whether the representatives of the concerned contractors and consultant firms are at site to monitor the work or not, and whether development work is carried out at night or not.