What will Saudi Arabia’s futuristic city with no cars and no roads offer?
Team Udayavani, Jan 12, 2021, 11:13 AM IST
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman unveiled his latest vision for Saudi Arabia’s future beyond oil: a city with no cars, roads or carbon emissions.
Saudi Arabia unveiled plans for a walkable 170-kilometre-long city built around nature called ‘The Line’, which will have zero cars, zero roads and zero carbon emissions. “The Line” will be part of the $500 billion Neom project
According to Bloomberg, Neom is a major part of Prince Mohammed’s plan to diversify the economy of the world’s largest crude exporter. Announced in 2017, the project spans more than 10,000 square miles in a remote area of the country’s northwest. It’s described on its website as “a bold and audacious dream” that will become a hub for new technologies and businesses.
It will have all daily needs like schools, medicines and clinics within a five-minute reach and no journey in the city will be longer than 20 minutes. The city will also have AI-enabled mobility solutions
It is said that the city would have 1 million residents and create 380,000 jobs by 2030. However, no details on how it would be funded were revealed.
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