Arjit Soni is the Founder and CEO of MYBYK India. An environmentalist and a Chartered Accountant by qualification, he is passionate about solving urban mobility issues through cycling and public transport.
MYBYK is a public bicycle sharing service of Indian origin aimed at encouraging the use of bicycles by enhancing the ownership experience, making it hassle free and more convenient. MYBYK is also aimed at addressing the core issue of first and last mile connectivity associated with public transport thereby making it more accessible, convenient, economic and time efficient.
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Yes! You read it correctly. Bicycles are allowed in the newly launched Mumbai Metro line services – yellow line 2A and red line 7, which run parallel to each other.
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The Ministry of Housing and Urban Development has announced the list of Top 25 cities in the first season of India Cycles4Change Challenge.
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Denmark based global engineering, architecture and consultancy firm ‘Ramboll’ has released a new investigative report on ‘Gender and Mobility’.
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Ahmedabad-headquartered public bicycle sharing (PBS) operator MYBYK has launched its services in Kochi today with support from Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) and Cochin Smart City Mission Limited (CSML).
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Together Everyone Achieves More.
Together Everyone Avoids More.
If we are discussing responsibility, then the first statement is our focus. The corporate mantra of teamwork and its advantages are familiar to most of us and we do bring-in to practice to a large extent in our work, business and even otherwise.
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A number of cycling stories emerged in the last 2 months. Reports of cycle brands rejigging their factories to produce face mask and governments implementing pop-up cycle lanes. Continue reading “BICYCLES COME TO THE FORE”
“The future of Urban commuting will be driven by interconnected ecosystems – ‘Technology and Bicycling’, and advancement in technology will make bicycling faster, safer and easier” says a recent research report ‘Technology, Media and Telecommunications Predictions 2020’ published by Deloitte.
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