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Why Saudi Arabia Wants To Build A City Without Roads And Cars.

How many of you remember Sim City from your childhood? It was possible to play as the mayor of the city and construct and control all of the city's infrastructure thanks to a video game produced in the early 1990s. The question is still important today, although it's unclear how big of a role Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman played.


For a stunning intervention on January 10-2021, he appeared on all TVs across the country, and with good reason. Saudi Arabia, according to the prince, plans to develop a 170-kilometer long city without roads or automobiles. In order to be environmentally conscious. In a nutshell, a preconceived notion of happiness.


A city in which you can get anything you want in 20 minutes or less is described as such. The Line has now delivered on its second major promise in as many games. If this mega-city works, it will provide enough local services for the million people who live there to avoid spending time driving too far. "There would be no roads or automobiles and no carbon emissions," claimed the Prince, who is also chairman of the Neom project's board of directors.


The project's price tag 500 billion dollars is not a lot. The project is expected to get off the ground by 2025, according to Saudi officials (but more likely 2050, experts say). By then, the City would be a world-renowned tourist attraction and a world-renowned oil exporter in addition to being one of the most beautiful cities in the world.


According to estimates, the city will have a population of just one million people.


Carbon monoxide pollution will make one billion people homeless by 2050, according to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Pollution is inhaled by ninety percent of the world's population.


"Why would the world allow pollution to kill 7 million people every year?"


More than 7 million people are killed every year in automobile accidents. Muhammed Bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's crown prince, made the statement.


With an eye on reducing Saudi Arabia's reliance on oil revenues in the future, the prince is looking for fresh methods to stimulate the Saudi economy.

His Vision 2030 program was created in this framework and intends to achieve new goals in the sphere of technology, such as automobile production and self-propelled aerial vehicles, as well as the creation of parks like cinema. exhibiting films, which is unprecedented in a country the size of Saudi Arabia.


The Prince's policies will be challenged, and anyone who does so risks being sacked.

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