Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik flagged off the ‘Mo Cycle’ service in the city along and launched the ‘Mo Cycle’ mobile app in the city today.
The ‘Mo Cycle’ benefit which will work under Odisha Government’s shrewd activity, Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) venture, will be accessible to the inhabitants for nothing for initial 30 minutes of ride in the capital city.
According to the data, these bikes will be positioned at 120 points over the city and occupants can benefit the ‘Mo Cycle’ benefit by paying Rs 100 every month. The administration could likewise be benefited through ‘Mo Cycle’ versatile application and the bikes will be followed by GPS framework.
While, 1000 bikes have been made accessible in the principal stage under the task, the move is gone for shortening the contamination rate in the city and in addition to give individuals a way to lead sound life, educated an authority.
Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) has officially laid a 3-feet wide bike tracks painted in red over the city in front of the dispatch of the PBS venture.