by Intan Abdul
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SOCAR, Malaysia’s leading car-sharing platform, is addressing the last-mile commute challenge in public transportation. They are introducing SOCAR zones at 25 MRT and LRT stations to offer seamless and convenient transportation options to commuters. These zones aim to bridge the gap between public transit and private car usage, empowering commuters to control their urban travel.

Connectivity problems have persistently troubled Malaysia’s public transportation system, making daily commuting inconvenient and challenging. SOCAR plans to strategically place its vehicles at major MRT and LRT stations, including LRT KL Sentral, LRT Sentul, and MRT Mutiara Damansara, offering a variety of vehicles for different needs. Additionally, SOCAR-2-YOU service provides hassle-free last-mile travel.

Commuters can easily access vehicles through their smartphones, benefiting from a flexible payment system based on time and distance. SOCAR also simplifies pickup and drop-off with keyless access.

To support regular commuters, SOCAR is offering a Commute Pass, allowing weekday drives with a 75% discount from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. This pass enhances the convenience of evening and morning commutes, making urban travel more accessible.

SOCAR is committed to enhancing accessibility, convenience, and affordability, aiming to redefine the urban commuting experience. For more information and a list of SOCAR zones, visit

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