Good response for ‘Trin-Trin’ in city

Good response for ‘Trin-Trin’ in city

June 6, 2017

Mysuru: A couple of days after Chief Minister Siddharamaiah launched ‘Trin-Trin’, the Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) sharing system, a total of 110 people have registered to use the facility.

Speaking to Star of Mysore, S.M. Sagar, IT Manager of a private firm implementing the PBS in Mysuru, said that the response had been encouraging with the highest number of registration coming from the docking stations near RTO (West) and City Bus Stand.

He also mentioned the authorities had not received the expected number of registrations near the Zoo and Mysore Palace.

Meanwhile, people seem to be using trin-trin during the early morning and evenings as there were not many bicycles seen on roads in the blazing hot sun.  

The authorities have set up six registration centres in the city located at RTO office (West), City Bus Stand, Mysuru Railway Station, KSRTC Bus Stand, Mysore Zoo and Mysore Palace including 48 docking stations at various parts of city.

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “Good response for ‘Trin-Trin’ in city”

  1. Dhanesh N. Manik says:

    When I visited Mysore last weekend on June 9, 2017, I obtained the smartcard for using trintrin at the city railway station centre. It was a wonderful experience with the Trintrin team (Mr. Vishwas and Mr. Sagar) in obtaining the smartcard. I checked out a bicycle from their Akashwani centre and literally rode down my memory lane in Vontikoppal and Jayalakshmipuram for one hour. The bicycle is of a very good quality and it also has a headlamp for night riding. Their app, “mytrintrin,” also gives details of check-in and checkout, amount deducted, etc. I think we should all strive to make this unique experiment, the first of this kind in the country, a huge success.


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