Sources from Bengaluru have stated that with more than 3 lakh passengers using its services daily, the Bengaluru Metro has become a popular mode of transport in the city, but despite its popularity, last minute connectivity from the metro stations has been a concern for metro users. In order to address this, an event was held in Bengaluru where people converged to share their idea to improve usage of the city's public transport system.
Sources have stated that it was organized by Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP), the event saw people sharing their ideas to help people commute from metro stations more easily.
Meanwhile the participants also shared apps that
had information on parking areas near stations, and also apps to digitally
allow rides between different forms of public transport and another for ride
sharing. KMN Rao, Founder and Director, Quick Ride told "People
driving in empty cars can instead car pool and share fuel costs. This app will
connect people getting down from the metro stations".