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Twin cities to have 10 CNG stations by Dec

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Twin cities to have 10 CNG stations by Dec
Twin cities to have 10 CNG stations by Dec

Hyderabad,  Sept  19 :

 It’s  good news  for the owners of Compressed Natural Gas vehicles  in the   twin cities  of Hyderabad  and Secunderabad.  The twin cities  will soon have  10  Cng  filling units  from  December. This  proposal was  forwarded  by chief secretary Ramakanth Reddy who heads the  Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority (UMTA) .

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The members of  UMTA  who met here on Saturday  to  discuss  the  traffic  situation in Hyderabad decided to enforce one-way traffic at Lakdi-ka-pul junction on an  experimental basis. This decision was taken to ease the traffic  in this busy route.

According to  the new route the vehicles moving from Khairatabad to Mehdipatnam will have to take a U-turn via AG’s office, Telephone Bhavan, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Ravindra Bharathi.

This  rule  will be in force  for two days on an experimental basis. Final decisions will be taken later. Bus  stops for  private buses at Lakdi-ka-pul and Dwaraka Hotel will be shifted to Mint Compound.

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