Please take note that TRANSIT Meeting # 4 has been moved to October 21st 2008 from its original date, October 20. All other details remain the same. Thank you.
Date: 21st October (Tuesday) Time: 6:30 pm Venue : Centre For Pranayoga & SelfTransformation 3rd Floor, Wisma Sri Krishna, No192-3, Jln Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, Directions: It’s close to KL Sentral Monorail station, after the Post office, opposite Sentral Plaza and beside Syarikat Palaniandy Agenda 1. Minutes of Meeting #3 2. Review of activities completed 3. […]
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 — Four passengers were injured when two Star LRT trains collided about 200m from the Bukit Jalil LRT station. The four were sent to the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre for treatment. Some 300 other passengers were unhurt. The incident occurred at 6.32pm. A RapidKL executive, Suffian Baharuddin, said the incident […]
1. Track They should upgrade and improve so that the train speed can be at maximum which will reduce the turn around time. Therefore they will get one or two extra train set. The best way to do this would be to install a standard gauge track but this would be costly. Dual gauge would […]
(comments by TRANSIT in italic below article) From The New Straits Times Online 24/09/2008 By Sean Augustin HULU TERENGGANU: The state government will review the need for a RapidTerengganu public transport service following concerns that it is not a viable venture and will affect local bus operators already facing a hard time to survive. Rapid […]
For Immediate Release The Association for the Improvement of Mass-Transit (TRANSIT) Klang Valley issues the attached statement regarding the recently completed National Summit on Urban Public Transport, sponsored by the Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute. TRANSIT welcomes the opportunity for dialogue to improve the public transport sector. Our observations of the National Summit (as described […]
Klang Valley TRANSIT advisor Moaz Ahmad comments on the steps proposed to Improve Public Transportation in the 2009 Budget. Italic text denotes comments by Moaz. 29. The Government will continue to encourage greater utilisation of public transportation, in the context of improving the productivity and quality of life. I have recently experienced for myself the […]
The Association for the Improvement of Mass Transit – Klang Valley (TRANSIT), a newly-formed public transport advocacy group, will introduce themselves to the public and present a “wishlist” for the 2009 Budget in front of the Pasar Seni LRT station at 10:00 am, Saturday, 23 August 2008. All are welcome. The members of the group […]