Odisha Government launches ‘Mo Cycle’ system

  • The Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on November 26, 2018 launched a Public Bicycle Sharing (PBC) system to reduce traffic congestion, enhance space efficiency, and improve air quality in Bhubaneswar.
  • Public Bicycle Sharing (PBC), named as ‘Mo Cycle’ system, is the joint effort of Capital Region Urban Transport and Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited.
  • The state chief minister flagged off a promotional rally  from Airport Square to Kalinaga Stadium in this regard.
  •  Initially, 2,000 cycles will be available at about 400 Mo Cycle stations in different locations of the city.
  • Interested riders can take cycles from any location and drop them off at any destination of their choice. The operators will coordinate to ensure the redistribution and availability of cycles at high-demand locations. 
  • Users can download Mo Cycle application and register for a nominal monthly subscription. He can locate the nearest Mo Cycle station and unlock the cycle through Quick Response Code scan.  

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