Delhi is always on the red alert when it comes to pollution and traffic. Delhi government has done lot of efforts to reduce pollution in Delhi. Even-odd formula has been applied to Delhi twice in past three years so as to reduce pollution but all goes in vain.
Pollution is a serious problem not for the Delhi but for the whole world. But things are changing slowly and it starts in Delhi.
Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women has started the initiative and thus promoting bicycle sharing among the students.
World’s first dockless bicycle-sharing platform Ofo has begun its services in India. On Monday it launched its first project in New Delhi at the Delhi University college – “Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women.”
For project like smart city, this initiative lead a major role to make the city smart. Ofo initially signing agreements with local body governments in Pune and Coimbatore. This will be followed by an ongoing series of pilot launches of bicycle sharing services in five Indian cities, namely Indore, Ahemdabad, Bangalore, and Chennai.
Ofo aims to support Indian cities in this mission by advancing the culture of bike sharing as a sustainable mode of local transportation with Ofo’s hassle free dockless bicycling technology.
Rajarshi Sahai, director of Public Policy and Communications of Ofo said “with overcrowded roads and unprecedented particulate pollution levels, Delhi is ripe for a cycling revolution and we wish to aid that by providing a healthier, quicker, and greener alternative to motor vehicles.”
Ofo is working across 20 countries and have over 200 million global users with more than 6 billion efficient, convenient and green rides.