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Tuesday, January 12, 2021

This rich country of the world is looking for a new future, will build a city without cars and roads

Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has announced plans to build a city with zero carbon emissions under the Nyom project. 
The city will have no cars, roads or carbon 
emissions . The 170 km long development has been named 'The Line'. Which will be part of this 500 500 billion project. Niyom city made oil-rich country of Saudi Arabia are also looking for their own future without oil.

There will be 10 lakh people in this city

The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia said in a speech on Sunday that the new city would have zero cars, zero roads and zero carbon emissions and could house one million people. It will have facilities like school, health center and greenery. Construction of the city will begin in the first quarter of this year. According to Prince Mohammed, this traditional city needs to be transformed.

There will be billions invested in the rules

The rules will include a high-speed public transport system. According to the statement, artificial intelligence will play an important role in this. This will be 100 percent clean energy driven and will provide a pollution free, healthy and more sustainable environment for the residents. About 500 500 billion is being invested in the Nyom project in northwestern Saudi Arabia. Under this new special economic zone on the shores of the Red Sea, the Crown Prince intends to provide jobs for young people.

The norm will be spread over 26,500 square kilometers

Saudi Arabia is the world's leading crude oil exporter and one of the most polluting countries in the world. They are also looking for a future without oil. The Nyom will be spread over an area of ​​26,500 square kilometers and its borders will touch Jordan and Egypt. When the rule was announced in 2017, there was a lot of interest in it. The project will create 380,000 jobs and add about 48 48 billion to Saudi GDP by 2030.

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