Uber has been looking back on 2016 with a statistical overview of how people have used the ride-sharing service this year. Here’s a quick round-up of relevant numbers for Malaysia, as disclosed via Year With Uber 2016.

The transportation network operator (TNO) said that local rides covered a total of 128,000,005 km of travel distance. In Kuala Lumpur, for a city that stretches 30 km East to West, riders effectively went the heady equivalent of 3,000 times around the globe.

In KL, an average ride lasts around 19 minutes, and the service is quite popular for late night outings, with 31% of riders taking a trip between 10 pm to 2 am. Elsewhere, it seems KL riders aren’t just content with using the ride-sharing service here – they’re an adventurous lot, also utilising Uber in 448 other cities.

As for the top destination locally, it’s Kuala Lumpur International Airport, and given the way it works, we’re thinking that should remain right at the top next year. The TNO also revealed it was very much tied to other arms of public transport – 24% of all rides in KL began or ended near a train station.

On a personal front, my contribution to the cause was tiny, with only 11 rides in 2016, a relatively small number compared to fellow colleague Danny Tan, who utilises the service a lot these days. My rides accounted for 257.68 km of distance covered (the equivalent of doing 51 laps on an F1 track, so Uber tells me), with the 10 am to 6 pm period being when the service was utilised the most.

The shortest trip, meanwhile, was 4.4 km and the longest, 76.57 km (no prizes for guessing as to which destination). Spent a lot of time in traffic, by all accounts, since my average ride time was 32 minutes. What about you? Did you spend a lot of time riding with Uber in 2016? Share your views with us in the comments section.