CLARK FREEPORT -- Philippine-based Mobility Service Provider PT Autozentrum Inc. (PTA) recently inked a partnership with the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) to provide the public with an enhanced mobility experience in New Clark City through an electric kick board sharing service called “Ridee,” in time for the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
PTA is launching “Ridee” as part of the company’s mission to provide comfortable mobility for everyone. It is a company that offers mobility service that is ecologically friendly, comfortable, affordable, safe and fun.
“This partnership is a great opportunity to start an innovative means of urban transportation in the Philippines beginning at its new and smart metropolis, New Clark City. It is our pleasure to support BCDA through this project. We plan to expand rapidly in other strategic places within the country soon,” said Alfred Roa, CEO of PT Autozentrum.
BCDA president and CEO Vince Dizon said this service is in line with the inclusive character of New Clark City, the country’s first smart, green and fully-resilient metropolis.
“We are glad to offer the people a new mobility experience that is comfortable and convenient during the SEA Games, while being protective of the environment. We thank PTA for supporting our commitment of building cities for people. The walkable and bikeable New Clark City is the perfect place for this service,” said Dizon.
New Clark City-Phase 1A, which is 99 percent complete, houses the SEA Games-ready Athletics Stadium and Aquatics Center. Out of the 530 sports events slated for the biennial games, 92 will take place in New Clark City. (PR)