CBD Bike sharing route & locations

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 Number: Approx 20 bikes at each location to start with and increase on uptake

  1. Shivajinagar BMTC bus stand - Within bus stand premises
  2. MG road Namma metro station - Under viaduct or on-street car park across road
  3. Trinity circle metro station - Under viaduct or on-street car park across road
  4. Mayo hall BMTC bus stand - On far end sidewalk of Bus bay across Mayo hall on residency road
  5. Bangalore club BMTC bus stand - Current car park on Bangalore club side under the overhead walkway
  6. Ashirvadam Jn - Along St Josephs PU college compound wall on the left side where cycle lane will run

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Wipro launches initiative to pedal for a green cause

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Wipro Ltd. on Friday launched ‘@ Wipro We Cycle', an initiative that enhances Wipro's commitment towards a greener planet and healthy ‘Wiproites'.

Under the initiative, Wipro will offer employees across India the option of purchasing a bicycle at exclusive prices and deals. This initiative was led by Wipro's team of cycling enthusiasts — the Freewheelers — along with Wipro Fit for Life and Wipro's Eco Eye.

Freewheelers are a growing bunch of cycling enthusiasts, who regularly commute to Wipro offices by cycle.

During the launch, Wipro had organised for bicycles and a few employees were given a chance to ride with the Freewheelers. Wipro is also evaluating the idea of having cycles on campus for commuting.

Wipro is also evaluating the idea of having cycles on campus for commuting.


Similalry Infosys has  cycle facility in the campus.

Major cities where cycle usage thrust given is in Pune, Nagpur, Amsterdam.

InfactPpune has done this cycle lane along with BRTS.

we can approach Infosys / WIPRO  to endorse the concept of  Bike Sharing


bike sharing round the world

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This is an excellent  link to know about the happenings around bike sharing..it has received prositive response everywhere and shouldnt be too difficult to emulate that here

NZ route planning document

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Heres an detailed doc on route planning..


of course  many of this needs to get tweaked to the blr context..

Biking Incentives..

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 The defined a hierarchy of measures for cycling promotion in which the goal is to convert a more or less cyclist-hostile roads infrastructure into one which encourages and facilitates cycling:

  • Traffic reduction. Can traffic levels, particularly of heavy vehicles, be reduced?
  • Traffic calming. Can speed be reduced and driver behaviour modified?
  • Junction treatment and traffic management. These measures include:
  • Urban traffic control systems designed to recognise cyclists and give them priority.
  •  Exempt cyclists from banned turns and access restrictions.
  •  Provide contra-flow cycle lanes on one-way streets.
  •  Implement on-street parking restrictions.
  •  Provide advanced stop lines/bypasses for cyclists at traffic signals.
  •  Junction alterations, signalise roundabouts, cycle-friendly junction design.
  • Redistribution of the carriageway -such as by marking wide kerb lanes or shared bus/cycle lanes.
  • Cycle lanes and cycle tracks. Having considered and implemented all the above, what cycle tracks or cycle lanes are considered necessary?

More on design of infra is given here..including junctions..http://reference.findtarget.com/search/Utility%20cycling


Letter from Bangalore Metro on Kerberon

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