Gurugram to Chandigarh trips are now going to be more relaxed, comfortable and will also have a Wi-Fi facility. A new app has launched and the taxis will be operating from Chandigarh to Gurugram on a no profit no loss basis.
The mobile application has already been launched in Chandigarh and it was also launched in Gurugram on Thursday. The mobile app-based cab service will be safe and will also have a lot of facilities for the commuters.
New Mobile App For Taxis Between Chandigarh To Gurugram
The new mobile application launched has been named as “HiWay”. HiWay is an application which will provide you with the taxi service. The taxis are not just the normal taxis, they have a lot of facilities for the passengers. The HiQWay app-based taxi service will be having GPS tracking, Newspaper, water bottles, magazines, mobile charging slot for all the passengers, cookies, juices and most importantly a WiFi facility.
The safety of all the passengers has been kept in mind and additional services like GPS tracking and real-time tracking of passengers travelling in the cabs have been provided. The trial of the application and also the route was done on May 9, 2017, in the city beautiful.
Timings, Charges And Pick Up Points Of The HiWay App-Based Taxi Service
If a passenger travels from Chandigarh to Gurugram via cab, he/she has to pay Rs. 3000-4000 approximately. If the passenger shares the ride, he/she would only be charged Rs. 900 per person. There are 10 cabs presently operating on different routes. The timings of the three cabs operating in the morning are 5:30 am, 6:30 am and 7:30 am. There are also cabs which operate during the evening. The timings of the cabs operating in the evening are 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm.
There 4 passenger pick up points in Gurugram are:
- IFFCO Metro Station
- Sikanderpur Metro Station
- Cyber City
- Hotel Bristol
The co-founded of HiWay, the app-based taxi service said that they have plans to include female drivers. He said that the main motive of including female drivers is the security and convenience of women passengers.
Source: The Times Of India