Arun Srinivas, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Ola said, “As part of our consistent endeavor to provide maximum and hassle-free convenience to the passengers, we have decided to extend the surge for cabs booked on Ola during the odd-even scheme. There will be no pricing. We request all the drivers-partners, passengers and citizens to participate in the third edition of this scheme to make it a success.
Last month, Uber also announced that it would not implement surge pricing during the odd-even scheme in the national capital. An Uber spokesperson had said, “We want to ensure that our movement is smooth during the odd-even scheme and we have decided not to continue with surge pricing during this period.” We fully support the move of Delhi Government and wish it success.
Not only Ola-Uber but ride-sharing company ‘Quick Ride’ has also said that it will not charge convenience to its users to promote car pooling during the odd-even scheme in Delhi. Will charge
Let us tell you that the odd-even rule on the roads of the capital will be implemented from November 4. It will be strictly followed. This time the person breaking the rule will have to pay a fine of four thousand rupees instead of two. At the same time, the Delhi government implementing this rule will not get exemption from this. CM Arvind Kejriwal himself has announced this. Odd-Even will be applicable from 8 am to 8 pm. Whereas on Sunday this rule will not apply.