Under the scheme, a stretch of 93.89 kilometres would be cleaned mechanically and will cover roads wider than 45 metres.
On Tuesday, Noida Authority’s CEO Alok Tandon inaugurated the facility for mechanical sweeping of roads for a stretch of 93.89 kilometres.
The inauguration ceremony was held at Noida’s Sector 33. The scheme will cover all roads wider than 45 metres.
According to an official of Noida Authority, the roads selected for mechanical sweeping include Master Plan (MP) I, MP II, MP III, the FNG road, service lanes along the Noida Expressway, the roads connecting village Gijod to Sector 68 T-point, Khoda to village Hoshiarpur, Nithari to DSC via Shashi chowk and Hosiery Complex to Sectors 83, 84, 87 and roads around Sectors 77, 78, 115 and more.
“Currently, manual sweeping is done for 67.8 km of the roads in the city. But in the coming days, more and more cleaning work would be done mechanically. The residents have been demanding this for a long time and we are making all the efforts to resolve civic problems of the city,” said Tandon.