KUALA LUMPUR: A private-public partnership led by Trevo to scale up car-sharing economy could potentially generate more than RM90 million annual income for 10,000 participating Malaysians.
Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong said the programme held great promise for Malaysians as it provides extra income for them.
“This is timely as we see that unemployment rate in July standing at 4.7 per cent with 745,100 out of work compared to 3.2 per cent unemployment in January 2020 with 511,700 people.
Wee said before the Covid-19 pandemic, the car-sharing market was projected to reach a value of USD4 billion worldwide by 2030.
“With many worried commuters (over Covid-19) moving away from public transit to private vehicles