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Lucknow Metro touted as first to use ultraviolet rays to disinfect trains

Hindustan Times, Financial Express and Economic Times report the Lucknow Metro is the first metro project in India to use ultraviolet (UV) rays to sanitise train coaches, citing a senior official’s statement. The UP Metro Rail Corporation (UPMRC) has taken inspiration from the New York Metro’s experiment to sanitise trains with UV lamp rays, it said. The metro officials also claim that the Lucknow Metro is now a pioneer of metro train sanitisation with the use of UV technology. “When we started token sanitation by UV radiation, we received overwhelming response and appreciation from our passengers,” the report quoted…
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