In an effort to encourage sustainable and pollution-free commuting on the campus, Infopark has launched MYBYK app-based bike-sharing service on Friday.
John M Thomas, CEO, Kerala IT Parks and Loknath Behera, MD, Kochi Metro jointly inaugurated the service. Bikes will be available for hire at nine different locations across the Infopark. Users can simply install the MYBYK app and start using it. The project is an extension of the MYBYK service earlier launched across the city in association with Kochi Metro.
The bike service is a minimal cost and eco-friendly commuting option available on the campus. “The techie community at Infopark will continue to have better facilities,” said John M. Thomas. “We will introduce electric cycles very soon and Infopark would be made the hub of e-cycles,” said Loknath Behera.
Infopark has more than half a million employees working in 460 companies. Most of them are now working from home. With the completion of the vaccination drive by this month, more companies have started returning to normal operations on the campus. MYBYK service will be a great commute option for IT professionals and other employees at Infopark when the campus is fast returning to normalcy.