A three-month trial has begun for Grab’s e-scooter sharing service, GrabWheels, at the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Kent Ridge campus.
E-scooters have been deployed across eight parking stations on campus in the pilot, which sees the new service being tested for the first time in Singapore, Grab said. Grab and NUS said that they would expand the number of parking stations to 30 by the end of the year.
Users can unlock the e-scooters with the beta GrabWheels app. They’ll be charged USD 0.15 for every 30 minutes of ride time.
Source: Tech in Asia