Grab uses local data to generate traffic solutions in Malaysia


  • TECH
  • Monday, 10 Apr 2017

Heavy Traffic Jam at the toll plaza gombak heading to kuala lumpur.

With over 780,000 drivers on the roads across South-East Asia, ride hailing company Grab pretty much knows the real-time traffic conditions of major cities in the region.

And soon, this data will be available to Malaysians who can use it for real-time traffic updates to plan their travel times and routes, as well as road conditions – for example the location of pot holes, flash floods and even road accidents – in major cities in the country.

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