Update: We note with great interest that on 9 July there was a lot of activity around KL Sentral where many people were stranded when the station was closed. There was also activity around Puduraya bus stations. That should make clear the importance of a transport hub! Update: All LRT & Monorail services are back to […]
TRANSIT took note of this interesting article on one of the “other” issues that affects the quality of LRT & Komuter service – namely metal theft. Yesterday, police arrested more than 2 dozen metal thieves trying to steal rail track from the abandoned Subang Airport spur line. The Malay Mail wrote the article below, with […]
Updates #80 1. Hotline Story: End of the road (Malay Mail, 1 April 2011) – S. Selvananathan will have to continue to live with the bus stop next to his house.
Recently, TRANSIT commented of our disappointment that the new Minister of Transport Kong Cho Ha was not giving enough attention to accountability on the part of the various railway companies. We were surprised that KTMB and KL Monorail were involved in numerous service delays (some very serious) without any call for investigation or action by […]
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