E-cycle services to start soon in Noida

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E-cycle services to start soon in Noida

The move is believed to give a boost to public transport in the city

E-cycle services to start soon in Noida

Noida: If you are in Noida, you can use the e-cyles to travel around the city. From July 1, the service of e-cycle will start in Noida. There are 62 stands which are ready to operate. The stands are made in such a manner that it will cover all the metro stations, bus stands, government offices, and important market areas.

The Chief Executive Officer of Noida Authority Ritu Maheshwari has recently given orders to start the operation of e-cycle in the city. The move is believed to give a boost to public transport in the city and will also help in reducing the pollution levels. With the help of e-cycle, people will be able to travel from one location to the other.

As per the officials, the maximum speed of the cycle will be 25 kmph. People will be able to take the service of e-cycle through an app. For availing the services, you have to do KYC first. People can get the e-cycle at docking station. E-cycle services will be available from 5 am to 11 pm  throughout the week.

CitySpidey talked to Nisha Rai, General Secretary, NOFAA Zone -3, she said, “There are many benefits of e-cycle for the residents of Noida. There are ample 62 stations for the residents through which they can travel from one place to another by spending a low amount. For students, it will be easier to reach their destination. Even it will also help in reducing pollution.”

Anup Sharma, a cyclist said, “The most important benefits of use of e-cycle is that it can help in controlling pollution. If people start using e-cycle, it will be helpful for our environment. It is also the cheapest way to travel. There are many benefits of e-cycle but it will take time to change people’s way of thinking. Most of the people still take autorickshaws for short distances. The concept of e-cycle will be more beneficial if people will more conscious towards the environment.”