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ATTA launches bike taxi ‘Huiva’ application

PTI Aizawl | Updated on August 19, 2021

App was developed by local developers for use within the State capital

The Aizawl two-wheeler taxi association (ATTA) launched a bike taxi android application.

The application named ‘Huiva’ was inaugurated by State Information and Communication Technology Minister Robert Romawia Royte on Wednesday for two-wheeler taxi users.

He said the application will help leverage transportation and facilitate easy ride to customers.

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The minister said that the new technology will not only reduce time consumption but will also offer a hassle-free experience. He expressed hope that the application will benefit the people.

Local developers

‘Huiva’ application is developed by local app developers for two-wheeler taxis to be used within the State capital. Through this application, an user can request a ride from two-wheeler taxis located within a radius of 1 km.

The application is aimed at offering secure, hassle-free mobility, prompt service and on-time availability to users. It is available at Google playstore.

According to ATTA president Lalhmunmawia, there are more than 1,500 two-wheeler taxi drivers or riders operating in the state capital Aizawl.

Published on August 19, 2021

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