RIDE SHARING

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  1. Johor Causeway

    Singapore-Johor carpool app: Sameride says usage not subject to LTA regulations

    The company says it is a communication platform for commuters, and not a taxi app that has to comply to LTA guidelines.
  2. A lawsuit against Apple by app developers

    Commentary: Want smart Asian countries? Get governments to be digital ready first

    Smart investments in technology will transform the region’s greatest resource - its people, says Go-Jek founder and Global CEO Nadiem Makarim.
  3. FILE PHOTO: An Uber car drives in traffic on 6th Avenue in New York City

    Commentary: Three stories show Uber’s IPO rests on overworked drivers and a lot of waiting

    Some drivers work as much as 80 hours a week, says Pensylvania State University Michelle Rodino-Colocino.
  4. A Gojek driver rides his motorcycle through a business district street in Jakarta

    Commentary: Go-Jek and Grab’s two competing visions are knocking heads in Asia

    “We want to be underfunded,” Go-Jek’s co-founder Nadiem Makarim said. 
  5. singapore traffic, cars, coe - file photo

    Commentary: Ride-sharing should reduce congestion, not increase it

    Policy makers should consider a redesign, says economist Jeffrey Funk.
  6. FILE PHOTO: An Uber and Lyft car is seen in San Diego

    Lyft to woo investors with fast US growth in IPO race with Uber

    Lyft Inc will pitch investors on its fast growth in the United States as it seeks to beat out Uber Technologies Inc to become the first publicly ...
  7. Online success stories like ride-sharing app Uber and Airbnb have caused major disruptions in

    Commentary: Creepy friendliness yet great convenience, what passengers love and hate about ride-sharing services

    Love it or hate it, the fact is, most people can't do without ride-sharing services these days, says one observer.
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    Commentary: Ride-hailing apps – consumers have to ‘suck it up’ as larger issues are tackled

    Commuters might have to embrace ebb and flow in the ride-hailing market, but whatever happened to sustainable business practices?