A. Trek Rides uses “geofencing,” a virtual defined perimeter that allows a vehicle to serve a small enough area thereby ensuring commuters’ are able to get to their destinations on time. Trek Rides also uses “virtual stops” to enable commuters to be picked up and dropped off at a location within a geofenced area shown [...]
A. Starting this year 2023, we have started the pilot for these areas including Bandar Puteri Puchong, Selayang Baru and Bangsar South and it will be accessible to the communities. .
A. This DRT service will benefit the community living and working in Bandar Puteri Puchong, Bangsar South and Selayang Baru areas. We are currently working at our best to expand more area soon! If you have any suggestion, feel free to drop us your feedback in Get In Touch.
A. This will be the first phase of the pilot trial where the feedback gathered will be used to plan other routes in the future. Once this phase is completed, there will likely be other pilot areas introduced and announcements will be made in due course.
A. Trek Rides will operate in these areas in Bandar Puteri Puchong, Bangsar South and Selayang Baru. The DRT Service will run based on schedule as here below: Bandar Puteri Puchong - Operating hours from 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM Monday to Saturday (Sunday off day) Selayang Baru - Operating hours from 8:00 AM - [...]
A. There will be a variety of vehicles used for Trek Rides. This could include a 10-seater van, an 18-seater shuttle bus, a multi-person vehicle (MPV), a 20-seater minibus, as well as a low floor, fully electric minibus.
A. Trek Rides is operated by Asia Mobiliti, a Malaysian transit technology software company and its partner, a licensed transport service provider operating a professional fleet of vehicles and trained drivers.
A. Unlike on-demand shuttle buses, Trek Rides do not have fixed routes, stops or timetables. It also differs from van-pooling services, which may offer door-to-door trips for commuters, but would require advanced booking and do not guarantee arrival and journey times because it does not intelligently route and dispatch the vehicles. While on-demand shuttle buses [...]
A. With Trek Rides, a vehicle can, for example, pick up six different people at six different locations but going to different destinations on the same ride. It can even pick up a seventh passenger along the way and accommodate his/her destination without extending the duration of the trip for other passengers. Trek Rides comprises [...]
A. Trek Rides is a Demand-Responsive Transit (DRT) service. This means that while the service is used by the public, commuters do not need to wait for a vehicle at a fixed bus stop, adhere to a fixed bus timetable or route. They can order, manage, track and get estimated times of arrival for [...]