Putrajaya in talks with Grab to help ferry MRT commuters

Annabelle Lee

Modified 9 Oct 2018, 12:10 pm

The government is in talks with homegrown e-hailing company Grab to provide complementary transport services to commuters, the finance minister's political secretary Tony Pua revealed today.

“Now we have new ventures, new innovative digital technologies like Grab, who can help us defray the cost of some of the public transport expenditure.

“Why should you provide feeder buses if you can work with Grab...

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