Due to the lack of proper public transportation systems within the city, the Singra Municipality with support from TUMI introduced ten e-rickshaws for public transport, two emergency vehicles, constructed an e-rickshaw garage, and extended safety training for drivers. In response to the pandemic and restrictions in the city, the mayor has spearheaded an effort to use the e-rickshaws for both protection of city staff as well as to address the current emergency. The vehicles have been deployed to supply food to the public as part of the "home delivery system" in Singra. This initiative ensures that citizens have access to staple food products, avoid unnecessary trips, and the use of the vehicles will ensure the longevity of batteries. The vehicles have also been used to collect samples for COVID-19 tests and the emergency health services have been expanded to rural areas.