Welcome to TRANSIT!


Welcome to TRANSIT’s website, a source of information & knowledge about public transportation in the Klang Valley and throughout Malaysia.

Navigation of TRANSIT’s website is easy! For more information, on how to get around the TRANSIT website and what we do here, click below to “read more”

Navigation of TRANSIT’s website is easy!

Just use the tabs at the top of the page or the links below to take you where you want to go:

  • Home – Our Blog page, with postings arranged in reverse chronological order;
  • About TRANSIT – Information About TRANSIT, who we are, what we are trying to do, and how you can help us;
  • Updates – Information about projects as well as collections of articles & letters related to public transport;
  • Local Info – Useful information about public transport in Malaysia, from services (routes) to operators, to the laws that govern public transport and the government agencies in charge of the regulation of public transport;
  • Research – This page focuses on various aspects of research, from public transport advocacy to academic papers, and even architecture, culture (art, music & museums), Universal Design & Standards;
  • Ideas – TRANSIT’s proposals, memos, presentations and papers, as well as masterplans, proposals and other ideas to improve public transport in Malaysia;
  • Take Action – Information about how you can take action to improve public transport – from joining TRANSIT to complaining to the government, wakil rakyat or the media – to help in the feedback process;
  • F.A.Q.Frequently Asked Questions on Public Transport;
  • C.A.T. – Our page on Competency, Accountability and Transparency (note: this page has been temporarily removed for review and improvement).


Read about Malaysian public transport projects and issues in our “Special Notes”


  • LATEST: Contact information for SPAD has now been posted on TRANSIT’s website. See our recent posting or our Contacts/Action Page. Do not hesitate to contact SPAD to complain or give feedback about any aspect of public transport service!
  • Give feedback to SPAD directly or through TRANSIT – Malaysia’s Public Transport Forum

SPECIAL NOTE 2: After a ‘4-months long’ closure of Puduraya that has stretched to 1 year, Puduraya was reopened on 16 April 2011 to Northbound express buses and intercity buses (e.g. KL – Seremban).

Please note that Southbound express buses now operate at the recently-opened Terminal Bersepadu Selatan at Bandar Tasik Selatan, while some northbound buses will still operate at Hentian Duta off Jalan Duta in KL.

SPECIAL NOTE 3: Information about Rapidpass “Pelajar” can be found here. Information about Rapidpass “Flexi” can be found here.

SPECIAL NOTE 4: Public Display and other information for current & proposed rail projects can be found in the categories below, at the links provided:

“Transformational” Projects

Major Projects


  • KLIA Aerotrain Upgrade [TRANSIT notes that the 1-year long project is delayed. A date for the restart is unknown];
  • Penang Hill Railway Upgrade [Projected to be completed by November 2010, the railway is expected to restart operations in April 2011];

TRANSIT welcomes your feedback on any of the above projects and other public transport related issues, as well as on the layout of our website. Let us know what we can do to improve our website by commenting below, or send us an email at!

7 replies on “Welcome to TRANSIT!”

Hi, is Transit a registered body under the Society Act 1966? Would be great if you guys are registered under the Society Act 1966 to better represent the public in public transport issues.


Thanks for the question. Frankly, we have been to busy to register and we do not see ourselves as a society anyways. TRANSIT is an association of existing societies as well as other members with a specific purpose – to raise awareness and knowledge about public transport & policy issues in Malaysia.

Regards, Moaz for TRANSIT

The reason I’m bringing this up is that frm my understanding of the Land Public Transport Act 2010, SPAD will be setting up a Land Public Transport Forum for representatives from the public to give suggestions and feedback on how SPAD can further improve public transport in M’sia. However, I believe organisations which will become members of this forum must be a registered body under the Society Act 1966. At the moment, I can’t think of a better or more suitable organisation than TRANSIT to represent the public in addressing the long outstanding issues related to public transport in Malaysia.


Thank you for that message of support and also the information about the Land Public Transport Forum. We appreciate your feedback.

TRANSIT has considered the registration and will hopefully be able to look at it in the future. However at this time we are facing some challenges that prevent us from being a full-fledged society and meeting all of the expectations of a society registered under the Societies Act.

Regards, Moaz for TRANSIT

Its interesting to note , Transit conveniently forget the traffic on our roads.All Transit believe is mrt/lrt is the mother of all solutions pertaining to the traffic jam currently experienced and not to talk about the future.
U call yourself transit but you had demonstrated in your writings ignorance of what land transportation is all about.
You conveniently forget the studies undertaken by SPAD and PEMANDU in 2008 on the public transportation modal split where it concluded that even with achieving modal split of 50:50 in year 2025, there is still 3.9 million car population we have to grapple with.To achieve that50:50 split is ambitious and it would include whatever the suggestions you put forward in the construction and improvements to the mrt /lrt/monorail.Transit simply refused to understand our land transportation issues but more interested to point fingers and politicise the issues.
I am very sure my comment wont see the light of the day but at least I am happy to get it out my chest.

Mohd Nor Idrus

Thank you for your comment.

TRANSIT is well aware of the current land transportation situation in Malaysia and have regularly consulted with SPAD, PEMANDU and other public transport agencies since 2008.

We support improvements to land transportation in general and public transportation in particular … and these improvements are not limited to LRT/MRT…and certainly not limited to the Klang Valley.

While you may disagree with our approach there are more than enough data and examples from Malaysia and around the world that reinforce our position on transportation issues.

What you may see as “pointing fingers” we see as pushing for accountability. What you see as “politicizing issues” we see as reminding leaders of their responsibility to serve the public…a responsibility that is an unavoidable part of public life.

Once again, thank you for your comment.

Regards, Moaz Yusuf Ahmad for TRANSIT

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