Asian Review of Social Sciences (ARSS)
A Study on Student’s Opinion on Bicycle Sharing in Campuses with Respect to Bangalore CityAuthor : D. M. Arvind Mallik and Payal Jain
Volume 7 No.3 October-December 2018 pp 1-5
Sustainability has become the need of an hour today. This is evident not only in businesses but also in cities. Even the universities are focusing on sustainability in the past few years like adopting energy saving initiative, using of renewable energy, environmental procurement, waste management etc. Bicycle Sharing is one among these initiatives. Bicycle sharing is a service where bicycle are made available to the individuals for a short period of time. Bicycles are not owned by any individuals but anyone in the community can have access to it. The main objective of the study is to know the opinion of students regarding the proposed Bicycle Sharing Program in their Campuses. It will be used by the students to travel within the campus and it also saves the time of the students.
Active Transport, Cycle, Sustainability, Sharing
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