Concerned over the increasing pollution in Patna, the capital city of Bihar four students decided to create awareness about it. They realized that the increasing vehicular movement in the city was the main reason for pollution that was not only posing a danger to the health of the citizens but also destroying the environment. The mass felling of trees for widening of roads and other developmental projects also disturbed them.
The quartet decided to introduce e-bike taxis in the city that would not only minimize the use of fuel but would also control air pollution.
The four friends-Chandan Kumar, Rajesh Ranjan, Saurabh Ranjan and Anish Priye- launched Flash e-bike taxi service under the aegis of KSMS transportation Services Private Limited in July last year, “We wanted to create a last mile connectivity in Patna so that people do not have to depend on the fuel run vehicles. The aim is to create awareness about electric operated vehicles. It would go a long way in saving our environment,” says Chandan.
The company has tied-up with 13 e-bike drivers till now and have also incorporated 10 battery run rickshaws on their platform. Flash has also completed 800 rides in Patna city of which 36 percent are women, said Rajesh.
But it is not all. With an aim to create awareness about the importance of environment, the company is also gifting a plant to its customers after every five rides. The bookings for their services can be done both online and offline. They have an app and phone number for availing their services.
Why Flash e-bike
It is an answer to the increasing air pollution which has already reached to an extremely dangerous level. The e-bike services are cheap as compared to fuel run vehicles.
Flash e-bike taxi service(Patna)
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