Some of our readers may have heard of the phrase “to go legit’” (legitimate). One might think that the phrase “to go legit” refers to when criminal concerns (you know, mafia, gangsters, politicians) attempt to exit their life of “crime” and find legitimate ways to earn money. In some cases, to “go legit” actually refers … More Melaka tram project to “go legit”?
Updates #93 1. Article: Malacca to be bicycle friendly (6 July 2011) – Melaka CM Mohd Ali Rustam announced an initiative to introduce bus lanes into Melaka. He also promised to ride to work every Friday. [TRANSIT: We couldn’t resist posting the picture above.]
TRANSIT is quite surprised to learn on last Saturday’s groundbreaking of the Melaka tram project. Among the claims are: World’s first environmentally-friendly tram on NGV Cable-free system in line with UN’s Framework Convention on Climate Change Iconic for Malaysia Fare will be among the cheapest in the world Collaborative effort by Melaka, Pahang and Terengganu … More More missing puzzles follow Melaka tram announcement
TRANSIT is not too surprised to hear the latest news on the award of 40km tramway project to SAAG Consolidated. The local oil and gas player, which we doubt has any experience in transit projects (let alone trams), has its share price almost doubled in a week preceding the bid award.