The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has opened a helpline to allow Islamabad residents to conveniently submit grievances and obtain critical information about CDA, as well as all other municipal corporation services. All federal capital departments, including the Excise and Taxation Department (ETD) and the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Police, are linked to the helpline. Citizens can contact CDA and other government departments by dialing 1819. In the presence of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Islamabad, Hamza Shafqaat, members of CDA, and other top officials of the municipal body, Chief Commissioner Islamabad and Chairman CDA, Amer Ali Ahmed, recently launched the helpline. Chairman CDA, speaking at the ceremony, stated that the adoption of contemporary technology will speed up the work of all CDA divisions and bring transparency to the municipal corporation.

CDA recently opened a new park and announced the start of construction of the Bhara Kahu Bypass to relieve traffic congestion.

The park, known as 'Hill Park,' is located on Third Road in Sector G-10/4, while the Frontier Works Organization (FWO) constructs the 7.8-kilometer-long bypass.