BIBIYAHE na ang mga GrabTrike sa San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.
Pumasok sa kasunduan ang Grab at lokal na pamahalaan ng SJDM para magkaroon ng hyper-localized mapping at madagdagan ang livelihood opportunity sa lungsod.
Bukod sa GrabTrike, bibiyahe rin ang GrabFood at GrabExpress simula sa Marso.
“This will be a significant step in our goals of becoming a digital-ready city while remembering our city’s rich history and recognizing the deep traditions of our people,” ani SJDM Mayor Arthur Robes. “We are fortunate to have found a partner in Grab – and we hope that as we roll out our partnership, this will not only bring livelihood opportunities and economic growth to the city but also a sense of delight and convenience to the many Grab customers.”
Sinabi naman ni Grab Philippines President Brian Cu na suportado nito ang pangarap ng siyudad na maging digital-ready city.
“We have always placed our faith in the hard work, dedication, and determination of the Filipino people, and with responsible use of technology and innovation, we hope to continue in helping realize the aspirations and dreams of many Filipinos – by providing them honorable and equitable livelihood opportunities that they can all be proud of,” ani Cu.
Sinabi naman ni SJDM Rep. Rida Robes na kailangan ng lokal na pamahalaan ng makatutulong upang maipagpatuloy ang pag-unlad ng siyudad.
“More than that, we are looking forward to encouraging livelihood and entrepreneurship by supporting local business and microentrepreneurs through GrabFood, Grab Tricycle, and Grab Express,” dagdag pa ng lady solon.
Nagbigay din ang Grab ng 100 piraso ng “No Parking” signs sa lungsod.