Bhubaneswar: The Mo Cycle run by Capital Region Urban Transport (Crut) has resumed it’s operations from today after a gap of nearly two months since nationwide lockdown was imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Sources said, the riders can hire the cycle within the permissible time, which is between 7am and 6.30pm.
Mo Cycle has been allowed to operate as to facilitate people to stay fit as they have to stay indoors most of the time due to lockdown, sources added.
Crut officials said they had sought permission from the government, which has approved resumption of Mo Cycle.
Cyclists can avail free ride till June 30.
“As the pandemic rages on, cycling is a safe way to maintain our physical and mental health. Citizens can avail unlimited free rides in a day. The first 30 minutes of any ride is free. I hope more and more people would take up cycling in their daily life,” said Dipti Mahapatro, General Manager, CRUT.