The odd-even vehicle rule, implemented by the Delhi government to curb pollution and traffic, is back. This time the rule will be implemented from 15th April to 30th April. Few reports have also surfaced that the authorities in Gurugram (formerly known as Gurgaon) are also planning to adopt Delhi’s example and impose the famous odd-even vehicle rule for a week. The dates will be announced soon.
Here’s a list of apps that will come to your rescue during this time –
The Delhi government has launched an app called ‘PoochhO Carpool’ to help people explore carpooling options during the 15-day span. After registering on the app, users can look for carpooling option within a radius of 1-5 KMs. To ensure privacy, ssers will be allowed to communicate through chat so that they don’t have to share their phone numbers.
Chandigarh-based auto rickshaw aggregator Jugnoo targets masses that are dependent on public transport for their daily conveyance. Presently, it has more than 30,000 people transacting per day. The mobile app has over 7,000 autos empanelled under the brand at present.
Tariff: Minimum fare – INR 20, per km – INR 5, per minute – INR 1
A carpooling facility by Ibibo. Users can register, specify the destination and number of seats available, and the cost. Once ride is published on the platform, other users can book a ride. The advertiser has the option to choose the co-passengers he wants to take and after dropping he can also rate the co-passenger.