Uber Malaysia today launched UberFLASH and UberTAXI, two new services that promise more choice for Klang Valley commuters to get around. UberFLASH will connect riders to the driver-partner closest to them whether it is an uberX or a taxi on the e-hailing network, while UberTAXI is a service in which taxis are available upon request… Read More

E-hailing services such as Grabcar and Uber are now regulated, making Malaysia the first country to legalise these services, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri. Bernama reported the provision to monitor these services was made possible following the passing of the Land Public Transport (Amendment) Bill 2017 and the Commercial… Read More

The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) has made it compulsory for e-hailing service providers to submit their drivers’ records to it, effective June 16, reported Bernama. This is to enable SPAD to screen the background of the drivers more stringently with the cooperation of other enforcement agencies such as Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) and Road… Read More