MMRDA signs MoU with MYBYK to provide public bicycle sharing services for connectivity at Metro lines 2A & 7

Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has taken one more step ahead towards offering sustainable Infrastructure Development and Environment-friendly options by offering feeder services to citizens for the first and last-mile connectivity at Metro lines 2A & 7.

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  • MMRDA has partnered with MYBYK to offer Public Bicycle Sharing Services for the Metro Lines 2A & 7 and enhance the first and last mile connectivity. A MoU has been signed between both the entities.

  • Under the MoU, MYBYK will deploy atleast 10 bicycles at each Metro stations and increase the fleet as per demand. MMRDA, on the other hand will offer the requisite space at the metro stations as well as dedicated space for the repair and maintenance of the bicycles.
  • According to the MoU, MYBYK shall provide a reliable Public Bike sharing system through bicycles and e-cycles in future to access the Metro station in Mumbai and ensure its availability at all times to offer a low-cost, environment friendly option to citizens.

Shri. S.V.R. Srinivas, IAS, Hon’ble Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA, said while inaugurating public bicycle feeder services at Aaray Metro Station via video conferencing that MMRDA is working for the first and last mile connectivity in order to make Mumbai a Public transport friendly city. MMRDA is promoting Non Motorised Transit and in this direction, MMRDA has signed an MoU with MYBYK. With MYBYK users can connect the first and the last mile in an easy, convenient and economic way. MYBYK services will encourage the adoption of shared mobility systems, reduce air pollution and provide affordable commute to Metro stations to the users”.

  • Shri. Manoj Joshi, Director (Operations) MMMOCL, Shri. D.L.N. Murthy, Chief, Transport & Communications Division and Shri Arjit Soni, Founder & CEO, MYBYK were present for the said Inauguration.

Source: MMRDA -Press Release