The Kelana Jaya Line Crashed This (Monday) Morning

Collective groaning At 6:45 am yesterday (18th February 2019) morning, the Kelana Jaya line ground to a complete halt between KLCC and Kelana Jaya. For about two hours, hostlers (those people who were manually driving your trains this morning) and Prasarana staff were scrambling to manage the influx of people coming into the Kelana Jaya … More The Kelana Jaya Line Crashed This (Monday) Morning

Updates #95

Updates #95 1. Letter(s): Make them pay for it / Bus lanes not fully utilised (Malay Mail, 21 July 2011) – two letters complaining about bus lanes and buses & taxis that drop off passengers in live lanes. 2. Video: KVMRT / MyRapidTransit has posted a series of videos on YouTube showing impressions of new … More Updates #95

Updates #94

Updates #94 1. Hotline Story: Factory bus jam: They are parked outside apartments all day, says resident (The Malay Mail, 13 July 2011) 2. Article: 1 massive jam: Residents frustrated by chaotic traffic at 1 Utama (The Malay Mail, 13 July 2011) 3. Article: No Booking! (Streets-NST, 13 July 2011) 4. Article: Origami-inspired folding bikes … More Updates #94

Should we be happy or sad about the withdrawal of KTM from Singapore?

Like many people, TRANSIT is gearing up for the closing of the KTM railway stations at Tg. Pagar and Bukit Timah in Singapore. As you probably know by now, the last trains will leave Tg. Pagar on June 30, 2011. From 1 July 2011 all KTM Train services will stop at Woodlands Checkpoint. Some people … More Should we be happy or sad about the withdrawal of KTM from Singapore?

GTP Update: Minister of Transport comments on GTP report

TRANSIT notes the recent comments from the Minister of Transport regarding the recent Government Transformation Programme report, which said that the Urban Public Transport NKRA did not meet all expectations. TRANSIT has long said that more attention needs to be given to the urban public transport by creating an authority that would manage & organize … More GTP Update: Minister of Transport comments on GTP report

MRT Update: Do we need an MRT to Shah Alam & Klang? (Update #1)

Updated with poll! Read through our post and join our poll – conveniently placed at the bottom of this post! TRANSIT has taken note of the updated plans for the MRT network, which (as you know by now) are actually quite different from the original MMC-Gamuda proposal. If you have been following the plan (or … More MRT Update: Do we need an MRT to Shah Alam & Klang? (Update #1)

MRT Update: TTDI Residents want project ‘on the right track’ (Update #2)

Updated with additional articles & letters! Updated with additional articles following the objections in TTDI! TRANSIT took note of this open letter from S. Bahari, a resident of TTDI who is a member of a pro-tem committee formed on 20 January 2011 to discuss the MRT project and give feedback on the project. S. Bahari … More MRT Update: TTDI Residents want project ‘on the right track’ (Update #2)

Updates #65

Updates #65 1. Article: Initiative to increase ridership (The Star) – a continuation of The Star’s updates on government investment through the Government Transformation Programme 2. Hotline Story: No refund for lost or stolen Rapidpass (Malay Mail) – details the experience of Kokila of KL who lost her Rapidpass TnG but was informed that Touch … More Updates #65

Updates #52

Updates #52 1.Article: Woman dies in car-bus crash (NST) – A 64-year-old woman was killed and her Indonesian employee seriously injured when the car they were travelling in was involved in a collision with a bus at Km10 Jalan Kuantan-Gambang yesterday. 2. Article: Isu ETS – Pekerja KTMB ancam piket (Malaysiakini.com) – KTMB Railwaymen’s Union … More Updates #52

SPAD bill tabled in Parliament on 12 April 2010! (Update #2)

Updated with the detailed debate from the 2nd & 3rd reading! Updated with information about each of the bills presented to Parliament on 12 April! Updated with information about Area Congestion Pricing as well as comments on SPAD! We at TRANSIT have been waiting a long time for this day – hopefully the day when … More SPAD bill tabled in Parliament on 12 April 2010! (Update #2)