Cab services in Delhi are now targeting the growing population of women commuters. Sharing a ride is no longer a security threat

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Cab sharing helps with the optimum utilisation of the low number of reliable & available taxis. Also, as per your route and time request, this helps find matching people/profiles travelling to the same direction.

CabShare comes in as a viable solution to reduce the pollution level and also to help remove the clutter of vehicles from road, by a great extent, by sharing a ride.

CabShare comes in as a viable solution to reduce the pollution level and also to help remove the clutter of vehicles from road, by a great extent, by sharing a ride.

CabShare is a very unique concept of ride sharing i.e. sharing the cab and its costs with others; very popular internationally, now being introduced in Delhi NCR. It is a trustworthy, secure and convenient way of travelling while networking socially in registered cabs and with trusted people in your neighbourhood. Visit at - https://www.cabshare.in/

CabShare booking is very simple. You have to register once and then just search for the area for ride sharing. You can send out a fresh request too. Others are free to accept or decline the cabshare option. This saves you time and money.

Cab sharing is more than just saving a substantial part of the fare. That’s just the initial benefit.

CabShare is a very unique concept ofride sharing i.e. sharing the cab and its costs with others; very popular internationally, now being introduced in Delhi NCR.

For any woman traveling by a shared cab, the prime concern is undoubtedly the safety factor. Even on-call cabs for personal use are not exactly security proof. Driver misbehavior towards women passenger has made headlines in recent past, making even regular cabs in Delhi a matter of security concern for women.

Car free day is a European concept, that witnessed emergence in the 1960s but, by the year 2000 had grown into a well structured and formally accepted concept worldwide.

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