Central Railway (CR) together with cell application-based electrical bike-sharing platform Yulu on Thursday launched e-bike companies exterior Kurla railway station
By Aroosa Ahmed, Mumbai
UPDATED ON FEB 18, 2021 11:10 PM IST
Central Railway (CR) together with cell application-based electrical bike-sharing platform Yulu on Thursday launched e-bike companies exterior Kurla railway station. The bike service has been launched to enhance connectivity between Kurla and Bandra-Kurla Complicated (BKC).
The 30-minute e-bike journey from Kurla railway station to BKC will price ₹25.
“Kurla is likely one of the most crowded stations, particularly after the event of the BKC space. The launch of Yulu’s public bike-sharing (PBS) initiative in partnership with CR at Kurla station, is one other step in the direction of offering a secure, reasonably priced, and eco-friendly commute choice to Mumbaiites. As extra companies are set to reopen in BKC within the coming days, customers can now lease sanitised Yulu Miracle automobiles from Kurla station,” mentioned Amit Gupta, co-founder, Yulu & Inexperienced Entrepreneur.
Commuters must obtain the Yulu cell software and pay ₹5 to unlock an e-bike. They are going to be charged ₹1.5 per minute for the trip.
After downloading the Yulu app, passengers can scan the fast response (QR) code or enter the car quantity to unlock the bike.
“The Mumbai division has awarded the tender to Yulu for the e-bike parking and charging facility for one yr. The bikes will present connectivity from Kurla (West) to BKC and close by areas,” mentioned Shivaji Sutar, chief public relations officer, CR.
The e-bike companies will even be obtainable at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), Ghatkopar, Thane, Parel, Mulund and Bhandup railway stations.
Additional, in a bid to extend its non-fare income, CR has additionally launched electrical car charging services at CSMT.
Comparable services will even be launched exterior different suburban railway stations.