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E-bike taxi services approved, operations to begin soon


Team Udayavani, Jul 13, 2021, 12:03 PM IST

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Bengaluru: With the transport department’s approval Karnataka will soon add electric bike (e-bike) taxi services as an option for commute in the state.

The government, according to officials, has decided to allow individuals to register an e-bike as a taxi with an option given to each individual to register under an aggregator or to operate independently.

According to sources in the Transport Department, e-bike taxis are set to begin operations in Bengaluru initially to act as feeder services for Metro and city bus services.

“This will then be extended to other urban centres. CM Yediyurappa is expected to release complete guidelines by Wednesday, July 14,” the official added.

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