The city is eagerly anticipating the arrival of a new Neemuch Mata Ropeway, a cable car system that will soon grace its landscape. Udaipur has already welcomed sixteen trolleys, each adorned in a distinctive blue hue, signaling the impending transformation. Following the successful erection of poles, the crucial task of installing the iron cables, or ropes, was accomplished this Tuesday. With these essential components in place, a significant milestone has been achieved in the ropeway construction process.
It is noteworthy that there is opposition to the commencement of this ropeway from lake enthusiasts. Their argument centers around the fact that the vicinity of the lakes in Udaipur is categorized as an eco-sensitive zone. According to them, constructions such as this ropeway are considered unauthorized within the existing regulations for areas with ecological sensitivity. This opposition reflects concerns about the environmental impact and adherence to regulations in this delicate ecosystem.
As the project advances, there remain some minor tasks to be completed alongside the final installation of the trolleys. The operational agency is diligently working towards wrapping up these remaining details and is poised to launch the cable car system in the upcoming new year.
The cable car system, spanning 500 meters from Neemuch Mata Temple to Dewali area, is set to enhance the city's connectivity. A total of sixteen trolleys will be installed on this ropeway, providing an efficient means of transport.
Each trolley has the capacity to accommodate four passengers, allowing a seamless travel experience for up to 64 individuals at once. This feature not only ensures convenience but also promotes the system as a practical and accessible mode of transportation.
For tourists, the ropeway promises to be a major attraction, offering a breathtaking view of the entire city and the scenic Fateh Sagar Lake during the journey. This unique perspective adds to the appeal of the cable car system, making it an exciting experience for visitors.
Source: Dainik Bhaskar