Grab is cooperating with the Singaporean government in a bid for an intelligent traffic-management system in the city-state, where Grab is based.
“When people use our services they will reduce the use of their own cars, [which will] remove a number of cars from the road, and this will also reduce pollution in the country.
“This is the way we [are cooperating] with Singapore’s government to serve the country’s transportation development,” Grab Singapore head Lim Kell Jay told a news conference yesterday.
Liu Feng Yuan, director of data science at the Government Technology Agency of Singapore, said yesterday that it was government policy to establish a smart city by combining digital platforms to develop the country’s infrastructure system.
The country needs an intelligent transportation system that […]