India’s first cycling park gets inaugurated in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: IT Minister, KT Rama Rao inaugurated India’s first cycling park in Hyderabad.
He congratulated Telangana Forest Development Corporation (TSFDC) as well as the cyclists for making it possible to have a place for cycling amid growing IT hub at Kondapur.
KTR also spoke as he inaugurated the Pala Pitta Cycling Park opposite Botanical Garden, and gave the example of Central Park located in the concrete jungle of New York, reported Telangana Today.
The park is spread over 46 acres and has two connected cycling tracks measuring 2.9 km. The fee for adults would be Rs 50 per hour, or Rs 800 per month. Those, who would use their own bicycles, the fee would be Rs 25 per hour. Children would be charged half of the adult fees.
“I want to congratulate the Forest department and avid cyclists in the area for making this possible. Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao is extremely fond of green spaces and has been rooting for more lung spaces in the burgeoning city of Hyderabad since 2014. I must tell you, I have been around the country and the world, but the quality of this park surpasses all. It is top-notch. The Forest department has done a brilliant job,” said Rao.