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- Increased Congestion- 878 vehicles per 1000 population
- High % Co2 Emission- 2,486 Giga Grams of Green House Gas in the year 2017
- Infrastructure Demand- A large number of students need NMT facilities
- Infrastructure Gap- Issues of last-mile connectivity
Implementation of Public Bicycle Sharing System with 5000 Bicycles
Design Built Finance Operate Transfer (DBFOT)
The project is on Pubic Private Partnership mode wherein, the CAPEX and OPEX is to be borne by the concessionaire, and annual concession fee is paid to the authority.
- Finding a Public Private Partner for project implementation
- Car drivers’ apathy toward pedestrians and cyclists
227 Km of Cycle Track
The project has been planned on a pan-city basis which allows the system to be widely used by all the citizens, thereby creating an opportunity for mass adoption and utilization by everyone. Also, the system integration with ICCC helps collect and analyse data for a more informed decision. The ride cost per half an hour is very economical at Rs. 10/-
The project is being monitored on real-time basis from ICCC and so far through data captured major outcomes derived in out of 3 lakh registered users 30% of them are female, 80% are youngsters in the age category 16- 30 years, average single trip distance is 6 - 8 km and approx 31,000 rides are undertaken monthly in Chandigarh.
In last 24 months, 8.3 lakh ride undertaken, 33 Lakh Km covered on bicycle, 3 Lakh Registered users, 825 MT of Carbon Emission Saved
The project has been implemented in 4 Phases covering the entire city. The nodes covered are major tourist attraction points, offices, colleges, schools, markets, parks, and neighborhoods.
A dedicated bicycling infrastructure in the city can help motivate the citizens to undertake bicycling as an alternate mode of transport along with easy to use public bicycle sharing system encouraging last mile connectivity.
GPS based lock, call center for grievance management, API integration with ICCC, Mobile app etc.
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