The e-scooter sharing service said that it has expanded services in more station in Malaysia
Southeast Asian wide e-scooter service provider Neuron Mobility said that it has added more stations across Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Neuron scooters are now available in Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, including the areas of Masjid Jamek, Lot 10, KLCC, Bukit Nanas, and Berjaya Times Square.
The company does so in a bid to enable “efficient, reliable, and comfortable” short distance, alternative mobility in a form of urban transport in the densest part of Malaysia.
“Malaysia, and Southeast Asia as a whole, are working to reduce congestion and reliance on pollutive vehicles,” said Zachary Wang, CEO of Neuron Mobility. “We are proud to help cities integrate this new mode of sustainable mobility into their transport ecosystem.”
After a trial in Cyberjaya, the company felt confident to add more units in its fifth Southeast Asian city.
Neuron’a on-ground team currently stations themselves in the new locations to walk riders through the use of the mobile app, educate them on safety practices, and share local riding laws and regulations to ensure both rider and pedestrian safety
Neuron Mobility is the e-scooter operator that claims to have the largest shared e-scooter fleet in Southeast Asia.
Wang added that the expansion also marks the commitment the company has to ensure that its service would aid in urban transportation in the city with new technologies, partnerships, and education programs for public safety and proper parking of the scooters.
Just in recent months, Neuron Mobility has taken steps to scale across various markets with the upcoming launch of a commercial-grade e-scooter tailored for Southeast Asian infrastructure to serve the region’s most congested cities.
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