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Ride-hailing firm Ola says it has rolled out its motorbike service - Ola Bike - to 150 cities in India and plans to introduce hundreds more to new towns and cities.
The company says Ola Bike serves as a primary mobility solution in small towns, where alternative mobility options are unpredictable and unreliable.
Ola’s chief sales and marketing officer Arun Srinivas says: “Ola Bike has enabled citizens from the smallest of towns such as Chapra in Bihar to large metropolitan areas such as Gurgaon with access to quick, reliable and affordable mobility.”
Ola Bike was introduced in 2016 to the cities of Gurgaon, Faridabad and Jaipur before rolling out to large metropolitan areas such as Hyderabad and Chandigarh as well as to small towns such as Gaya in Bihar and Bikaner in Rajasthan.