WHETHER for business or residential, Subang Jaya has established itself as among the most desirable addresses in the Klang Valley.
Adding to this appeal is Kumpool, an app that aims to improve intra-community travel. Kumpool is a ride-pooling transportation platform in Malaysia that offers users comfort, convenience, and a better commuting experience. The app kumpul commuters for a more efficient ride to shorten your travelling duration.
Dwellers of the popular suburb can use the Kumpool app to book ride for just RM1 within Subang Jaya and it will cost them just RM2 for trips to nearby Bandar Sunway. A monthly pass for unlimited rides is available for a very reasonable RM60.
Head of Kumpool, Goh Chun Hean, was at HCK Tower recently to sign a MOU to extend the season pass to SEGi College students and staff of the public-listed developer.
Signing on behalf of HCK Capital Group (HCK) was Wendy Cheow, Senior Director for Business Alliances and Relations, who said such a service was a boon to people living, working and studying in Subang Jaya.
“This is especially useful for students who need short distance commutes,” she said. “The affordable monthly pass is welcome news during a time of increasing cost of living.”
Cheow also alluded to the fact that this would be hugely beneficial to edumetro, a development that was revived by HCK after the original developer found itself facing cashflow issues.
For its efforts, HCK was recently awarded the Urban Revival Award at the PropertyGuru Asia Awards Malaysia, held in partnership with iProperty.
The award recognises HCK’s efforts in delivering vacant possession of many units to previously stranded purchasers as well as helping avoid the development site from becoming a huge eyesore in Subang Jaya.
With SEGi College set to open its new campus in edumetro, the Kumpool app will allow large number of students to travel cheaply and conveniently.