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Malaysia will allow motorcycle-hailing firms such as Indonesia's Gojek to start limited operations from January, a minister said on Nov 5, which could help end Grab's near-monopoly in Malaysia's broader ride-hailing market.
Electric scooter riders in Singapore were banned from footpaths on Nov 4 and could face jail if they break the rule, after a series of accidents linked to the trendy two-wheelers sparked anger.
Automated and connected vehicles will transform the way we move and live, but they come with additional costs, and it is unclear who will bear those costs
Singapore will not rush to be the first in adopting 'new-fangled technologies' for essential services like public transport, says the country's Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan.
It's been an interesting week for drivers and vehicle tech, with confusion over rules related to e-hailing, and more.
When Volkswagen's Africa boss Thomas Schaefer set out to conquer the continent, he quickly realised he needed more than a flashy new product. He needed a new business model.
Facebook teamed up with the London police as to thwart livestreams of terror attacks such as the NZ mosque massacre.
Sally Rogers took public transport, bought locally-grown food and looked for sustainable products out of concern for the environment in San Francisco. Then she realised all that was being undone by her need to travel.
Once a pioneer in cashless transactions, Japan is now lagging behind as the world's biggest economies increasingly embrace electronic payments.
As more and more of the world’s population shifts into cities, traffic congestion is becoming an ever-larger problem.