RAJASTHAN, (Smart Cities News): The Union government released an online ranking recently, wherein four of Rajasthan’s cities, Udaipur, Kota, Ajmer, and Jaipur, have secured the 8th, 11th, 29th, and 36th rank among the 100 smart cities of the country. As the government is making efforts to elevate cities’ infrastructure, private players are leaving no stones unturned by executing futuristic infra projects that will make regular activities convenient for the citizens and add immense value to tourism.
In this direction, Damodar Ropeway and Infra (DRIL) will be investing approximately Rs. 20 crore to make a one-of-a-kind ropeway project, which is scheduled for completion by the end of 2022. The ropeway planned by DRIL will add feathers to the cap of the Udaipur, which currently ranks 8th among the 100 smart cities of the country. The city has always been popular as a picture square tourist destination due to the magnificent palaces, and for having the second-largest artificial freshwater lake in Asia.
The ropeway company has chosen two prominent locations for the project — famous Fateh Sagar Lake and ancient temple Neemach Mata located on a hill on the banks of the lake. The 430 Meter long ropeway will start in proximity to SCERT Hostel, Fatehsagar Lake, and end at Neemach Mata Temple at Hill Top.
DRIL holds an accident-free record for nearly four decades in constructing ropeway and cable car projects at multiple locations in India and abroad. “We want to contribute significantly to the nationwide campaign of ‘Make in India’, by using indigenous raw materials, employing local construction workers, Indian civil engineers, and establishing projects as per the government guidelines,” said Shri Aditya Chamaria, MD, Damodar Ropeways & Infra.
The major ropeways in India built by Damodar Ropeways are – Ropeway at Science city, Kolkata, Ropeway at Maihar, Naina Devi, Himachal Pradesh, Gangtok, Satna, Madhya Pradesh, Sikkim, Namchi, Vaishnodevi, Tawang, Trikut, and many more. Indian players such as DRIL with decades of experience have the potential to redefine commuting in urban cities with a positive impact on the environment by reducing carbon footprints.