The trial was launched in December to study the feasibility of using e-scooters as an alternative way of getting around the school.
RIDE-HAILING firm Grab has secured US$1.46 billion of fresh funding from the SoftBank Vision Fund, bringing the total investment in its latest ongoing financing round to over US$4.5 billion.
Singapore-headquartered app giant Grab Holdings has secured US$1.46 billion (S$2 billion) of fresh funding from the SoftBank Vision Fund, a subsidiary of Japan's SoftBank.
Grab said it plans to invest "a significant portion of fresh proceeds" in Indonesia, where it is going head-to-head with homegrown app firm Gojek.
Grab users can soon cancel rides within 5 minutes for free but will be charged $4 thereafter under new policy
Currently, users can cancel up to two rides for free within a seven-day period, after which a charge of $5 will be imposed for each cancellation.
PET owners can now book a Grab ride on-demand with their animal companions on board, using the new GrabPet service launched in beta on Wednesday.