However, since Tidel Park has no provision for parking bicycles on their campus, they do not take their cycles fearing theft.“My e-cycle is worth Rs 37,000.
Many are seen cycling along the city’s IT corridor, but the lack of parking facilities remains an issue.“It’s not only Tidel Park or private firms, but even shopping malls also make people park their cycles outside the building at the exit gates.
The place where we are asked to park has no CCTV camera, and the security guard is hardly around.
CHENNAI: Ramkumar (name changed) and his friends want to ride their bicycles to work.
But the people who commute by bicycles are forced to park on a pavement near the south exit road of the building.
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