Watch: Bike taxis could change the way Delhi's women commute

It's a Delhi based two-wheeler taxi service which has women riders. In short, it's for women, by women.

FP Staff July 22, 2016 21:40:49 IST

Divya Kalia is a Delhi based former banker turned entrepreneur, who spotted a business opportunity to solve commuting problems of women in Delhi. Drawing from her own personal experience she decided to ditch the traditional mode of commuting and launched Bikxie- a two-wheeler taxi service; by women, for women. Watch the video to know more about this fast, economical and convenient mode of commuting, And, more importantly, how it's making women’s commute easier and safer, one ride at a time.

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