Tag Archives: Odd-Even

Odd-Even Rule: Uber Temporarily Suspends Surge Pricing In Delhi

Taxi aggregator Uber has put a temporary suspension on its controversial surge pricing on the ‘first working day’ of the second implementation of the odd-even rule for cars in Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday had warned taxis against surge pricing – through which taxi aggregators like Uber and Ola raise prices to cater to higher demand. “Given the ... Read More »

Odd-Even Rule: Startups Expand Scope, Offer Free Rides

With the second phase of odd-even rule set to be rolled out from tomorrow, ride-sharing apps like 360Ride and Rapido are lining up free rides and scaling up operations to handle higher demand from consumers. The odd-even rule was implemented on an experimental basis from January 1 to January 15 in view of high air pollution in the national capital. ... Read More »

Odd-Even Rule: iUnir Launches Ride-Sharing App

As the city gears up for the second innings of odd-even rule, startup iUnir has launched a mobile application to facilitate ride sharing on personal vehicles. “There are about 1 crore seats that are estimated to be vacant in personal cars and bikes of people in Delhi. These can be utilised during odd and even scheme period. People opting for ... Read More »