Quaid-e-Azam University has launched the electric bike service for students with the support of the Quaid-e-Azam University Alumni Association.
All Students will be able to benefit from the affordable and eco-friendly service within the premises of the university.
According to the details, in the first phase, about 20 bikes will be made available, whereas in the 2nd phase around 250 bikes will be provided. The e-bikes will be near every main location inside the university and the students shall be able to move from one place to another by scanning a card to access the bike.
The charges for the service shall be only Rs.5 per minute, and with the help of Geo-fencing technology, the bike can only be used within the university’s premises.
Moreover, the official launch of the EZBikes took place on October 14th, 2020, at the National Incubation Center (NIC). Amin-ul-Haque Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication also attended the launch of the service. The minister said that the Ministry of IT fully supports every project that is in the best interest of the public.
He further said that the common people, particularly working women, will benefit greatly from the facility. With the charges of only Rs.5 per minute, the service will offer ease to the people in an economic fashion.