Updated at 6:30 pm – According to a source in the office of the MP for Kelana Jaya, the consultation planned for March 17 has been called off. The source indicates that Prasarana has requested that the meeting be called off. Is anyone else embarassed by this? ——————————————————————————————— It has come to the attention of […]
TRANSIT member Peter forwarded this letter to us this morning and we share it with you. Selangor looks at a five prong plan to bolster its economy The Malaysian Insider SHAH ALAM, March 4 — The Selangor state government has identified five initiatives that can help stimulate the economy said Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul […]
A friend forwarded this to the attention of TRANSIT. STUDY ON “A STUDY ON AN INTERGRATED PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM FOR THE KLANG VALLEY” – To Obtain the Residence’s Feedback on Public Transport. Reference is made to the above matter. We, Perunding Trafik Klasik Sdn. Bhd. have been appointed by Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad to conduct […]
This article came to our attention today. Klang MP Charles Santiago wants to be the mediator between the Klang Sentral management, bus companies, traders and consumer groups on the various problems plaguing the new terminal. He told Malay Mail yesterday that he had the expertise to conduct a forum where all parties involved could understand […]
TRANSIT has been invited to a conference on Urban Mass Transit on March 16-17 in Kuala Lumpur. We will be participating in Session 8, Taking a holistic approach to improving public transport system from the public users perspective Some of the points to discuss may include: • Incorporating a strategic safety policy into normal working […]
TRANSIT noted this article in the newspaper today: Poor Puchong folk face hardship in travelling for treatment 11 February 2009 by Lim Chia Ying Selangor MCA Youth chief Dr Kow Cheong Wei, who is the former Kinrara assemblyman, said he had called the Health Minister’s secretary requesting for a letter to the Commercial Vehicle Licensing […]
TRANSIT noted this commentary in the Star newspaper today, which shows clearly that the Klang Sentral issue is still relevant – even though the controversy may have died down. Since Elan Parumal has written so well about the issue there is not much for TRANSIT to say – but look for comments between quotes from […]
TRANSIT shares with you a posting over at Penangwatch.net regarding the accessible buses that are currently being built for the state’s RapidPenang bus service. For further information please see this link.