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Adopting Micromobility in India

IntroRenting motorbikes to travel the hilly areas of Leh or cars while commuting in a different city are some of the common modes of traveling people employ while traveling for fun and experience. But have you ever considered this type of micromobility service as a means of public transport?

The usual answer would be a ‘No’ since this market was just taking flight when the corona outbreak stunted its growth before it could make its mark in the industry. And with the way lockdown is persisting in many parts of India, and new protocols being advised to be religiously followed like social distancing and minimum contact among people and public commodities, the significance of micromobility in India has risen to a new level.

With India gearing up to go back to work post-lockdown, the biggest concern we all face is “Just how do we go back? The mobility sector has faced the hardest hit in the market as public transport systems, especially in metro cities are not equipped enough for the needs of an enormous population in these testing times. So, does the resurgence of micromobility in India serves as a solution?

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Aishwarya Saxena

A book geek, with creative mind, an electronics degree, and zealous for writing.Creativity is the one thing in her opinion which drove her to enter into editing field. Allured towards south Indian cuisine and culture, love to discover new cultures and their customs. Relishes in discovering new music genres.

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