ISLAMABAD - Secretary Islamabad Transport Authority Bashir Ahmed told on Tuesday that the new transport fares issued by the Punjab government have been enforced in the territorial limits of Islamabad with immediate effect. He further told that transporters association has been directed to charge the new fixed fares as notified by the government of Punjab, warning that those found indulged in overcharging would be dealt accordingly. The details of new fares are as follow ; the fare would be Rs 10 from 0 KM to 4 KM, from 4.1 KM to 8 KM, the fare would be Rs 13, from 08.1 KM to 14 KM, the fare would be Rs 15 while 14.1 KM to 22 KM, the fare would be Rs 18.Above 22 KM, the fare would be Rs 20. He told that checking has been started to ensure the implementation of the new fares in letter and spirit in the Islamabad Capital Territory. Meanwhile, ICT Administration has decided to launch anti encroachment drive in the city. Deputy Commissioner ICT Amer Ali Ahmed told that anti encroachment drive was being launched in close co-operation of the traders' community. He told that drive was being started from Aabpara Market and traders would also extend full co-operation to the administration in this regard. He told that CDA enforcement directorate would also be involved to make the drive successful. Amer told that certain problems were emerging due to encroachments in the markets including hindrance in the smooth flow of traffic. He told that besides parking problems, these encroachments have also become a security risk. He told that security and parking arrangements in the markets would be further strengthened to ensure smooth flow of traffic.