Uber wants riders and driverpartners to truly experience what Uber’s technology can do for them.
their loved ones are safe from doorstep to destination or vice versa.
Ultimately, Uber wants riders and driver-partners to truly experience what Uber’s technology can do for them.
The government’s recognition of ridesharing positively aligns with its vision of how technology transforms the way people move in Malaysia, making transportation reliable and convenient for all.
This further shows the potential that ridesharing has in going a long way towards solving urban mobility issues and transforming the country’s transportation landscape on the whole.
Ride-sharing technology is still new to many Malaysians, although the idea is catching on rapidly because of how easy it is to get a ride at a touch of a button.
“Ultimately, we want Malaysians to experience these benefits themselves. Our riders and driverpartners are a testament to the growing network we envisioned. When we first began, the simple idea of pressing a button and getting a ride sounded like science fiction,” said Communications Head for Malaysia and Singapore, Leigh Wong.
He added, “Today, on a larger scale, we’re not just providing riders an option to travel or driverpartners an opportunity to earn, but we’re also changing the way Malaysia moves in the urban mobility landscape.
“With Malaysia having one of the highest private car ownership levels in the world, we’re getting people to think about how they could be part of the solution to reduce traffic congestion, enjoy more convenience and even contribute to improving the environment.
“With less car ownership, it isn’t so difficult to imagine a world where we build fewer car parks and more parks instead.”
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