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Karachi Urban Transport Corporation (KUTC) is a regulatory authority which will be the vehicle for the implementation of KCR project. KUTC was incorporated on 8 May, 2008 in Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) as Public Limited Co. (Not Listed).

On completion of the project, Karachi Urban Transport Corporation will oversee the management of Karachi Circular Railway and an international operator of repute will be appointed for operations and maintenance of Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) on the pattern of successful operation. Read More

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    Government desires launch of KCR at its earliest, says Ahsan Iqbal
    October 12, 2015
    Federal Minister Planning, Development & Reform Ahsan Iqbal said that federal government desires to launch Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) project Read more

    DIG Karachi West Visits KUTC Office
    May 13, 2014
    Deputy Inspector General Police Karachi West Mr. Javed Odho visited Karachi Urban Transport Corporation on Tuesday May 13, 2014.... Read more

    Pakistani Delegation Visits Japan
    9 April 2014
    A seven member delegation from Pakistan visited Japan under the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)... Read more

    Minister for Transport visits KUTC
    17 January 2014
    Mr. Mumtaz Hussain Jakharani, Minister for Transport and Mr. Tauha Ahmed Farooqui, Secretary Transport and Mass Transit, Goverm... Read more

    2nd Ministerial Committee Meeting
    17 January 2014
    The Second Ministerial Committee meeting was held at the committee room No. 1 of the Sindh Assembly building on Friday Read more

    Karachi Urban Transport
    2 January 2014
    Kutc New Website Launched

    Ministerial Committee formed for Mitigating the issues facing Revival of KCR Project
    13 December 2013
    For the purpose to re-settle the project affected persons (PAPs) in a dignified way.... Read more

    KUTC on CNBC
    5 November 2013
    KUTC on CNBC Read more