Recently, TRANSIT posted information and updates from KTMB about improvements to Intercity and Komuter services.
Many people have been critical and dismissive of KTMB and their services. The trains are too slow, the technology is from a bygone era, etc. etc.
But TRANSIT has always been confident that the Malaysian National Railway will regain the attention of the government and the people.
Today, we note two interesting articles about the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station which we include here in the hopes that you will enjoy them.
- Majestic symbol of a bygone era still shines (The Star)
- Iconic symbol of the city (The Star)
And just so you know, TRANSIT does not agree with the use of headlines that suggest that trains represent a ‘bygone era.’
In fact, railways are growing throughout the world, connecting cities and communities like never before.
Check out the beauty of the breathtaking St. Pancras International station in London, part of the King’s Cross – St. Pancras complex of railway stations – and the UK’s main hub for the Eurostar railway.
Never forget that Malaysia’s railways are the connection between our past and our future.
And if you are interested in seeing Malaysia by rail, please note that KTMB will reduce prices by 25% for those attending the upcoming Matta Fair.