Bangalore will soon get bike sharing system, Trin Trin (which was earlier launched in Mysore).
The Cabinet has cleared the project for Bengaluru at a cost of Rs 80.18 crore for 10-15 kilometres across a few popular areas in the city (via).

Trin Trin coming to Bangalore very soon (this pic is from Mysore setup).
Trin Trin coming to Bangalore very soon (this pic is from Mysore setup).

Trin Trin cycle rates
Up to 1 hour 0/-
Up to 2 hours 5/-
Up to 3 hours 10/-
Up to 4 hours 20/-
Up to 6 hours 50/-
Up to 8 hours 100/-
Up to 12 hours 150/-
Greater than 12 hours 250/-


Aside, Zoomcar has also started its bike sharing service, Pedl in Bangalore.
Million dollar question: Do we have ‘roads’ for cyclists ?

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