Ride an E-bike from Kurla Station and Bandra Station to Bandra Kurla Complex

Image source- The Economic Times

Yulu, a Bangalore based e-bike start up is going to start its service in Bandra Kurla Complex. Every individual is worried about the climate change in the globe. E-bike will help a bit in reducing the air pollution in the cities. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has signed memorandum of association  (MoU) with Yulu bike to provide the e-bike commuter service.

Commuters can avail the facility 24×7. All you need to do is to download the Yulu app from the play store and to locate nearby Yulu bike depot. You just have to scan the QR code which will be available on the e-bikes and you’re all set to use the e-bike for the ride.

User/Customer have to keep Security Deposit in between 199 to 500 INR.

In Miracle Plan, The base fare will be ₹5 to unlock the e-bike/cycle and ₹1.50 for per minute of the ride, Pause Charges will be ₹0.50 per minute (Prices may vary based on the company policy).

In Move Plan, The base fare will be ₹10 to unlock the e-bike/cycle and ₹5 for every next 30 minutes of the ride, Pause Charges will be ₹5 per 30 minutes (Prices may vary based on the company policy).

To Know more about the Ride Charges, You can download the app from Google Play Store.

Motor license is not necessary to drive this Yulu e-bike.

Image Source- The Quint.com

The Yulu bikes are already operational in many cities of India. As per the source, company will set more then 20 zones in BKC and more then 500 e-bikes. You may also have an e-wallet options in the app.

Above given information is based on best of our knowledge & other sources. We hope you may have learn something new based on this blog & keep on learning.

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