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Revenue from display of ads at Trin Trin docking stations
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Revenue from display of ads at Trin Trin docking stations

June 8, 2019

The MCC has given permission to the Tourism Department to display its advertisements at the docking stations of Trin Trin Public Bicycle Sharing System. This move will help MCC generate revenue for maintaining the popular project. Raising the issue at the MCC Council meeting, officers said that the Government, which had promised to provide Rs.20…

‘Trin Trin’ picks up 11,000 members in 18 months
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‘Trin Trin’ picks up 11,000 members in 18 months

January 14, 2019

Mysuru: Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) system ‘Trin Trin,’ introduced 18 months ago has become popular in city with 11,000 people becoming members and covering 11 lakh kilometre distance so far with about 1,200 people using the facility daily. About 40% of school and college students are using the cycles as a mode of transport thereby…

Trin Trin for a healthy Lub Dub
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Trin Trin for a healthy Lub Dub

October 1, 2018

Apollo BGS Hospitals, in association with TRIN TRIN Public Bicycle Sharing System of Mysuru City Corporation (MCC), had organised a Cyclothon to commemorate World Heart Day-2018. Dr. A.S. Subramanyeswara Rao, City Police Commissioner, Mysuru; Nagaraj, Chief Health Officer, MCC; N.G. Bharateesha Reddy, Vice-President, Apollo BGS Hospitals; Dr. S. Ravishankar and Dr. H.P. Guruprasad, Sr. Cardiologist,…

Trin Trin rates revised
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Trin Trin rates revised

January 29, 2018

Mysuru: After the successful launch of the first public bicycle sharing system in the country, on June 4, 2017, the District Administration and Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) have decided to make changes in the usage fees and membership plan, which will come into effect from Feb.1. According to the revised usage fee tariff, unlimited free…

Extend Trin Trin docking stations to suburbs
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Extend Trin Trin docking stations to suburbs

December 13, 2017

Sir, I would like to suggest to the authorities concerned to extend Trin Trin docking stations to suburbs like Hinkal; only then will the residents be able to use it effectively. There is a large population living even beyond Ring Road and they do not have access to use the facility which works with  an…

The Adventures of TRIN TRIN
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The Adventures of TRIN TRIN

December 10, 2017

By S.N. Venkatnag Sobers The weather is perfect… The green cover is just fine… And there’s enough history and wide roads to go around. Mysuru has whole-heartedly accepted cycling, the European way of commuting. It is Asia’s first city to get Public Bicycle Sharing system. This Weekend Star Supplement is about Trin Trin, an initiative…

Revised rent for Trin Trin bicycle from Nov.20
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Revised rent for Trin Trin bicycle from Nov.20

November 17, 2017

Mysuru: The Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) System, the first-of-its-kind in the country introduced in the city, has become a big success. Hence, more docking stations have been planned and the District Administration has decided to ring in a few changes in the tariff for renting of the bicycles. Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep chairing a meeting…

City bags ‘Trin Trin’ National Award
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City bags ‘Trin Trin’ National Award

November 7, 2017

Mysuru: The Heritage City had lost the ‘Cleanest City,’ tag in the country last year. However, with its unique initiative of introducing the Public Bicycle Sharing System, ‘Trin Trin,’ the first of its kind in the country, has bagged a Special Award under the category of Non-Motorised Transport (NMT) Project instituted by Ministry of Housing…

Trin Trin bags Special Award
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Trin Trin bags Special Award

October 31, 2017

Mysuru: Trin Trin, country’s first Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) initiative started in Mysuru, has won a special award under the ‘Best Non-Motorised Transport Project’ by the Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, New Delhi. The award will be given by the Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India and the…

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