LetUsCycle

Greenolution (green revolution), was established in 2007 with the sole aim to involve individuals to spread the green concepts to reduce pollution and to leave a greener planet for the generations to come.
After operating a Cycle Shelter at Vishwavidyalya Metro Station for several years, we were awarded a contract by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to erect and operate Cycle Shelters at Saket, Hauz Khas, Akshardham, Dwarka Sector 14, M.G.Road, Shastri Park stations also. All these shelters are now operational. Besides this we have a cycle shelter at Neb Sarai.

To increase the ridership, we have a Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) Scheme. Under this scheme we put up Primary Cycle Shelter at Metro Stations and Secondary cycle shelters in the nearby areas so that the commuter has the option to pick and drop the bike at either location. This way, the commuter would have freedom to drop off the cycle at any one of the primary or secondary shelter as per their convenience. As a result, people shall prefer to use this mode of transport for the "first or last” mile connectivity. The registration forms are available at any of our cycle shelters, or may be down loaded from our website.
It is our endeavor to increase the ridership of cycles to make it a successful non-motorized mode of transport amongst the Metro commuters and other public transport users to reduce congestion on the roads besides reducing pollution.

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June 12, 2018
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