IME Pay and Cycle City Network Nepal (Green Way) have agreed to promote cycling as a means of achieving sustainable development, healthy lifestyle, and a clean city in Nepal. The participants will be paid Rs. 3 for each 1 km bicycle journey, using IME Pay as the payment partner. Greenway App will now accept payments via IME Pay. Thanks to a partnership between Cycle City Network Nepal (Greenway) and IME Digital Solutions Limited.
Speaking on the occasion, Amod Bhattarai, Chief Business Manager of IME Digital Solutions Ltd., expressed his support for Cycle City Network Nepal’s (Green Way) Cycle Travel Promotion Campaign as part of Institutional Social Responsibility (CSR) and assured that IME Pay’s payment service would help user grab maximum benefits.
Along with this, Salendra Dangol, Chairman of Cycle City Network Nepal (Green Way), said that the cyclists participating in the Cycle Travel Promotion Campaign could be paid through IME Pay, which would make it easier for the service recipients to avail cashback while using the same app.
About Cycle City Network Nepal (Green Way)
Green Way is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Transport, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Lalitpur Metropolitan City (LMC), Kantipur Media Group (KMG), Ncell Axiata, and Cycle City Network Nepal to promote cycling and other environmentally friendly practices in Nepal. The joint initiative with the slogan “My path is the green path” aims to promote green initiatives and various institutions & promote sustainable urban mobility. Likewise, this initiative aims to prevent carbon emissions, promote partnerships for environmental protection and urban sustainability. It’s about building a platform to bring in people you trust.
IME Digital is Nepal’s leading Digital wallet service provider. The company obtained permission to provide mobile wallet service through a telecommunication network as per Nepal Rastra Bank’s Payment and Sale Regulation 2072 BS. IME Digital is the first payment service provider in the country to receive such permission.
We believe, this partnership will help in promoting the cycling practices in Nepal. This initiative will surely contribute in sustainable development practices and encourage its patrons.