Bhubaneswar: The Mo Cycle run by Capital Region Urban Transport (Crut) on Saturday decided to resume its operation from Monday after a gap of nearly two months since nationwide lockdown was imposed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Cycle enthusiasts will get free ride till June 30.
“The service will be free till June 30. People can ride cycles many times a day. But they have to pay if the cycling timing exceeds 30 minutes,” said CRUT General Manager Dipti Mohapatra.
She said that 300 cycles and 50 public bikes will be available at Sparing Stations initially. Users can know the status of the cycle like when it was disinfected through the Mo Cycle Mobile App.