Online survey on Uber, GrabCar and Malaysia's taxis

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  • Thursday, 26 Nov 2015

PETALING JAYA: An online Government survey on Uber, GrabCar and Malaysia's taxis will be open to the public from now until Dec 3. 

Drafted by the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD), the survey has more than 10 questions and will ask takers what they think about taxis and ridesharing. 

Released just last night, it can be accessed via

A SPAD spokesman told The Star Thursday that the survey was a "reality check" to gauge public sentiment. 

"We want feedback, as we gear to introduce the way forward," she said.

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