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Day: November 18, 2019

Public Bike Sharing


Udaipur is a glorious city with vibrant cultures and traditions as well as it is a dream escape for all the wanderers. It was founded in 1553 A.D. by Maharana Udai Singh II and is prominent for its natural destinations. Udaipur is also known as the ‘city of lakes’ which entitles you to take pleasure and relax by the lake with the backdrop of lush green mountains and amazing sky in the dusky hour. Some years ago, Udaipur was included in the list of the cities of India, which was created to promote the concept of the Smart City. A Smart City aims to foster the well-being of
the citizens and maintaining the standard of living whilst using sustainable ideas. We have been constantly working Strongly to develop the city and encourage the concept of building it a green city for a better and healthy living of the citizens. To assist the cause, the persuasion of Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) for Udaipur with the successful collaboration of MyByk which enables the citizens and the tourists to rent a bicycle with online application and place it back at any assigned bike station. Online app-checking technology has made it convenient, and it remains no more labor-intensive when compared to the conventional method as it has an inbuilt GPS device to track each bicycle effortlessly. The target of the first 100 bicycles has been set for the current project and it would be expanded soon in bulk after observing the footprint and the outcome of the project.

The designated areas for the same consist of Chandpol Parking, Shitla Mata Chowk, near Dudh Talai, near Jagdish Temple, near Sanjay Gandhi Park, UIT cabin at Devali, PWD Parking Gulab Bagh and many more. Our idea to increase the adaptability of the citizens and the tourists towards a healthy life and lesser motor emissions. The major objectives that have been focused here is to encourage affordability, good health and being gender-neutral. The persistent efforts made by us and this idea of PBS will hopefully make it more attractive.

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Government of India has now announced the list of 20 cities selected to be taken up for development as smart cities in Round 1 of the Smart City Programme out of the 97 competing cities. On the basis of the scoring done by the panel of experts, the top 20 cities have been selected for funding in the current financial year (2015-16).

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