Key Hyderabad road to get a makeover for Formula E race
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Key Hyderabad road to get a makeover for Formula E race

With Hyderabad set to host the ninth Formula E race on February 11, 2023, the Hussainsagar Lake road is set to get a makeover. The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) has undertaken the work for re-imaging the stretch as per the proposed track plan.

Within a month, the existing road around Hussainsagar Lake will be refurbished by black-topping between NTR Marg and the lake. Following this, various tests for road safety will be carried out to make the track suitable for the adventurous racing event. The Formula E track is about 2.80 km long with 17 turns, and the HMDA officials are making special arrangements for the spectators to witness the event.

“Black-topping will be done on the existing road up to the lake and dividers will be created for people to walk along the lake shore,” a HMDA official said. The race circuit begins opposite the NTR Garden, travels through NTR Marg and Prasad I-Max Road, and then loops back to where it began. The track's width ranges from nine to 11 metres. At the I-Max turning point, there will be a pit stop for vehicle arrangements. The track development work is now underway and should be finished by mid-November, the official said.

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With Hyderabad set to host the ninth Formula E race on February 11, 2023, the Hussainsagar Lake road is set to get a makeover. The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) has undertaken the work for re-imaging the stretch as per the proposed track plan. Within a month, the existing road around Hussainsagar Lake will be refurbished by black-topping between NTR Marg and the lake. Following this, various tests for road safety will be carried out to make the track suitable for the adventurous racing event. The Formula E track is about 2.80 km long with 17 turns, and the HMDA officials are making special arrangements for the spectators to witness the event. “Black-topping will be done on the existing road up to the lake and dividers will be created for people to walk along the lake shore,” a HMDA official said. The race circuit begins opposite the NTR Garden, travels through NTR Marg and Prasad I-Max Road, and then loops back to where it began. The track's width ranges from nine to 11 metres. At the I-Max turning point, there will be a pit stop for vehicle arrangements. The track development work is now underway and should be finished by mid-November, the official said. See also: Samruddhi Mahamarg's longest tunnel in Maharashtra is nearing completionPune authorities ordered to repair 400 km of poor roads

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