Also, Microsoft Co-founder Paul Allen passes away at 65, NETS launches PayCollect, and more Grab aims to improve transport safety standards – [press release] Southeast Asia ride-hailing giant Grab has launched a roadmap to improve transport safety standards in the region through cooperations with several government agencies. In Cambodia, it will sponsor helmets, reflective stickers and […]
The post Today’s top tech news, October 17: Grab launches roadmap to improve transport safety standards appeared first on e27.
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 16): The government is mulling to revive the Johor ‘crooked bridge’ project, which was mooted by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir before his first retirement as the country’s premier in 2003.
Speaking to reporters at Parliament’s lobby today, Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Osman Sapian said a meeting was held between the State government and Dr Mahathir last month, when the 93-year-old leader indicated there is “no problem” in building the Crooked Bridge, and the third bridge linking Johor and Singapore.