The Lucknow metro is in conversation with a Bangalore-based private company for providing e-scooters as feeder service for Metro in the city on the lines of Bengaluru, Delhi,Pune, Mumbai and Bhubaneswar.
As indicated by organization’s authorities, the scooters have a top speed of 25km/hour and no permit and protective cap is required to drive them. Whenever endorsed, suburbanites might have the option to take – scooters on lease at an minimum expense of Re 1 per minute.
The service will be accessible through an application from Play Store and discover the closest scooty through GPS.Once found, the user should pay Rs250 refundable expense to get QR code to open the vehicle. After the administration is benefited, the application will figure the sum and show the bill.Once the installment is made through e-wallet, the refundable expense will be stored again into the user’s record.
Passengers may take the scooty from nearest location from from house to the Metro station. Users will have to park the scooty in parking lot or an appropriate place on the roadside if parking space is not available. Managing director, UPMRC, Kumar Keshav said Lucknow Metro has approached the company and is negotiating terms and conditions.
Co-founder of the company RK Mishra said that the lithium-powered scooty can run up to 6,000 km.