Malaysian Bike Taxi Dego Ride-hailing Set to Return

August 14, 2017

Motorcycle taxi service Dego Ride is set to hit the roads again six months after the federal government imposed a ban on its services over safety concerns. Read Bike Taxi Dego Ride Ban marks need to Regulate Ride-Sharing In a Facebook post over the weekend, founder Nabil Feisal Bamadhaj expressed gratitude to deputy transport minister Dato’ [Read more...]

ofo Launches Bike-Sharing Service in Malaysia

August 3, 2017

China-based dockless Bike-sharing services is now available in Malacca. MELAKA, MALAYSIA – Media OutReach – 03 August 2017 – The Chief Minister of Melaka, YAB Datuk Seri Ir. Idris Haron, announced today that ofo, the world’s leading bike-sharing company, has launched its service in the city of Melaka. With the plan to [Read more...]

Vietnam Puts a Stop to New Ride-Sharing Licences

June 20, 2017

The transport ministry has requested that no more new vehicles be licensed to add to the existing fleets of ride-sharing service providers, putting a stop to the number of cars able to join the pilot program, according to Tuoitrenews.   Pilot Program getting Disruptive MoT asked the local Department of Transport to stop allowing more cars to [Read more...]

oBike Bike-Sharing Expands to East Malaysia

June 14, 2017

oBike expands its free-floating bike-sharing services to Kota Kinabalu, the second city in Malaysia.   oBike in Kota Kinabalu oBike, a technology-based Singapore company that focuses on a one-way ‘free-floating’ first-and last-mile stationless bike-sharing service, was officially launched in Kota Kinabalu on 5 june. Kota Kinabalu [Read more...]