Now, rent bikes at major bus stations in Bengaluru

In a bid to connect bus stations with Metro stations, rental services for bicycles and scooters were launched by Transport Minister H M Revanna at Shantinagar BMTC bus station on Wednesday.

Published: 15th March 2018 06:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th March 2018 06:22 AM   |  A+A-

, Kempegowda and KR Market bus stands | nagaraja Gadekal

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: In a bid to connect bus stations with Metro stations, rental services for bicycles and scooters were launched by Transport Minister H M Revanna at Shantinagar BMTC bus station on Wednesday.

Rental services for bicycles and
scooters were started at Shantinagar,

The services will work on a trial basis for three months. The service was formally launched at Shanthinagar BMTC bus depot by Transport Minister H M Revanna. The services were started at other major bus stations too, such as Kempegowda bus terminal and KR Market.

The services are priced at Rs 5 per km and 50 paise per minute, inclusive of fuel.

Users can download a mobile phone app to avail the services and to locate the nearest spot where the vehicles are available. The bicycles and scooters are GPS-enabled.

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