Our election manifesto for the improvement of public transport – An open letter to political parties

The election season is upon us again. The recent Budget 2023 fails to address our systemic public transportation problems. We call for electoral parties to advocate for real and meaningful changes based on rational evidence, not political convenience. Over the decade, Transit Malaysia has identified these key areas of improvement and would advise that political […]

Authorities Comments on Government

Statement – Free fares won’t fix issues with Klang Valley public transport

TRANSIT Malaysia is concerned about the temporary free fare scheme roll-out amidst the presently unaddressed downspiraling state of urban public transport in Klang Valley. Lower train and bus frequencies, frequent breakdowns and overcrowding, and dysfunctional walkways and escalators have become more apparent. Better dealings on improving the reliability of public transport would be a more […]

Authorities Complaints & Feedback Feedback

AEON Shah Alam video of car congestion goes viral. When will we ever learn?

Recently, a video of car congestion in Shah Alam has made the rounds on social media. This is presumably due to the MCO lockdown that starts in the Klang Valley starting on the 7th May, with loads of shoppers rushing in to buy items before retails will have to close down. Nabil Ersyad made a […]

Complaints - RapidKL RapidKL Stage Bus Uncategorized

Terminating bus routes? – Aliff Rafik

Editor’s NoteThis blog post is written by a non-TRANSIT member, but we’ve asked for Aliff’s permission to re-post this on our website, considering the recent RapidKL termination announcement of bus routes by December. This was taken from the Malaysia Land Public Transport Fans group on Facebook. We don’t necessarily agree with all of his points, […]