I Bike 1st Member
Hon'ble Minister Urban Development Govt. of M.P. Mr Kailash Vijaywargiya
20/2/2014 Friday Hon'able minister Shri kailash Vijaywargiya has dedicated to the citizens of India. The CEO I bike Mr Jaydeep KP informed the minister , who also happens to be the first member of I bike that with the website the members of I bike can book the bicycles from their cell phones and can use the PBS facility. The membership is open. This will be the first of its kind in the country were smartcards has been replace by unique ID numbers which will be provided to the members by SMS/email/both. In the occasion I bike members and ITS India President Mr. Amitabh Bajpai were present.
At the MP Foundation Day function, UAD Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya inaugurated PBS service, 'I- bike' by riding a bicycle, on Saturday morning.
In this occasion Mayer Bhopal Shri Alok Sharma was also present and has expressed his support for developing such a PBS system for Bhopal as well. CEO PBS also informed that they are approaching Principal Secretary Urban Development Govt. of Madhya Pradesh to become the member of I bike. He also informed that the forms of membership have been distributed to the Ministry of Urban Development Govt. of India in order to seek their patronage and to ensure greater safety to the cyclist in the ongoing infrastructure developments taking in the urban sectors and also to be the important component of transport development for smart cities. this initiative has also forwarded as a nominee of the ITS awards in the International PBS sector. It would be a strong contender for the award during the mobility conference of 2015 Urban Development Govt. of India.
Indore 1 - Nov 2014 Madhya Pradesh Sthapana Diwas
On the occasion of Foundation Day of MP, 1st Nov 2014, the AICTSL introduced I bike for the citizens of Indore At the MP Foundation Day function, UAD Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya inaugurated bicycle on rent service, I- bike by riding a bicycle, on Saturday morning. Citizens of Indore welcomed PBS with enthusiasm