Country’s first bicycle sharing service Jobike has extended services after finishing their pilot run service in Cox’s Bazar and Jahangirnagar University campus.
After completing the pilot run, the transport solution start-up added more 100 bicycles intro each of its fleets at Jahangirnagar University and Cox’s Bazar.
Jobike also extended service hours in Jahangirnagar University, where riders can move around easily night and day between (8 am - 10 pm) and commuters at Cox’s Bazar can enjoy making trips between (6 am - 6 pm) daily.
To make short trips easier and solving the transportation hiccups for everyone, Jobike plans to expand services in more places in Bangladesh including public universities and others in near future.
Jobike founder and Chief Executive Mehedi Reza said the firm added more bicycles to its fleet observing the high demand of students at Jahangirnagar University.
“Therefore, we are increasing the number of bicycles so that the students can roam around riding Jobike conveniently with affordable price inside the campus which they will be much benefited with,” Mehedi added.
The company officials claimed Jobike will help make Cox’s Bazar a greener and healthy tourist city and further enhance its reputation as a world-class tourist destination.
Jobike share the same dream of a better, greener future with less pollution and traffic congestion inside the Cox’s Bazar city area.