The Delhi Government’s regulation of the fresh binary odd-even policy to tackle the city’s hazardous air conditions will be put into effect once again from the 15th to 30th of April, 2016. With near about 50% cars off the streets of Delhi, the obvious choice left for commuters is either taking the metro or the state run corporation buses.

Rapido App here can become the convenient last mile connectivity for people choosing metro. rapido.bike/ is not only supporting the brilliant initiative to reduce emissions and pollution, but have taken a step ahead in making lives easier for the Delhiaites to jump onto and out of the metros during rush hours. From 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Rapido will be offering free rides to people travelling to and from metro stations starting from 15th April to 30th April and these rides will be available at select metro junctions like; HauzKhaz, Malviya Nagar and five Kms in and around these areas in the capital.

Aravind Sanka, Co-Founder, Rapido said, “At the same time as the Delhi Government is trying its best to substantially reduce the number of cars from the streets and thereby diminish pollution, which also aligns with our vision to solve the mounting intracity traffic predicaments and reduce the carbon footprint. Hence we decided to be part of the initiative and offer free and easy commute to the travellers for the next 15 days."

With this Rapido’s services will also make its presence felt in the national capital and are already operational in Bangalore and Gurgaon. Rapido will act as the extended arm of the Delhi’s public transport on the odd-even days, but a tad bit more trouble-free. All you have to do is book your rides right from the Rapido App.

Rapido’s free ride service will provide the most convenient, hassle free and easy way to hitch a ride. And as you hail a Rapido ride, you also contribute towards avoiding the impending catastrophe due to the rise in pollution levels.

Happy ‘green’ and safe riding!

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