Hyderabad gets India’s first solar roof cycling track

Hyderabad gets India’s first solar roof cycling track

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Category : Science and Tech Published on: September 02 2023

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  • Hyderabad will soon get a cycling track with a solar panel roof over it.
  • It is being called the Solar Roof Cycling Track. This route will be 23 kilometers long.
  • It is being built on the lines of Daejeon and Sejong Bike Highways in South Korea.
  • Telangana Municipal Minister KT Rama Rao will lay the foundation stone of the project on the service road of Outer Ring Road on Tuesday.
  • The 23 kilometer long and 4.5 meter wide cycle track will connect Nanakramguda, Telangana State Police Academy (TSPA) circle, Narsingi and Kollur.
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