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Solar electric cart service launched for local population in Mirpur city

by Haroon Amin
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On Wednesday, intercity solar electric public service vehicles were introduced in Mirpur, Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), which is a big step towards environmentally friendly public transport.

The prototype project was launched by Mayor Usman Ali Khalid and Deputy Commissioner Yasir Riaz of Mirpur. Its first service area was the Kalayal Chowk to Thothal route.

The service’s goal is to offer reasonably priced transportation for Rs 30 per person, each stop.

The project emphasises the cooperation between the public and business sectors and will eventually expand to other domains.
Representatives from civil society and city officials attended the inaugural event.

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Passenger safety is the top priority for the intercity solar electric carts in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir. Specifics may differ, but typical safety elements consist of:

  • Seatbelts:

When travelling, passengers are restrained by seatbelts.

  • Sturdy Construction:

The carts are sturdy and stable due to their construction.

  • Low Speed:

By travelling at slow speeds, these cars reduce the chance of collisions.

  • Emergency Stop Button:

In an emergency, passengers are able to stop the car swiftly.

  • Solar Panels:

The efficiency and safety of the solar panels are designed in.

  • Driver Training:

To ensure safe operation, drivers undergo training.

Up to eight people can fit in the seats of Mirpur, Azad Kashmir’s intercity solar electric carts. These environmentally friendly cars are made to offer the neighborhood’s residents a practical and sustainable way to get around.

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