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Trin Trin All Set To Revolutionise Mysuru City Travel

The ‘Trin Trin’ project is run by the State Government and is being funded by the World Bank under its Global Environment Facility grant. Rs. 20 crore has been earmarked for the project. MCC is implementing the scheme in collaboration with the Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT). While the MCC will have ownership of the bicycles used for PBS, the project will be operated by Green Wheel Ride.

The scheme will offer about 430 regular bicycles, which can be used for commute on the city’s flat stretches, while around 20 multispeed cycles will be made available for navigating the steep roads on Chamundi Hill. Five bicycles equipped with an electric motor too will be provided at Hill-top.

March 12, 2017

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