It has come again – the call from Perbadanan Putrajaya to revive to Putrajaya Monorail has become an annual event for those who follow public transport in Malaysia. And, like every year the call is the same – without the monorail Putrajaya will have traffic gridlock. Without the monorail the roads & highways leading to […]
Updates #68 1. Letter: Upgrade facilities at stations now (The Star) – Lena Lim of Seremban complains about the inadequate facilities at the LRT and Komuter stations at the Bandar Tasik Selatan interchange. 2. Article: Homeless show their usefulness (The Star) – 22 homeless persons engaged in a gotong-royong community cleanup at the Klang Bus […]
TRANSIT took note of the Auditor General’s Report, 2009 which made special mention of the problems at KTMB as well as the Dedicated Transport Service in Cyberjaya on pages 57-58 (55-56 of the .pdf).
TRANSIT took note of this article below, which actually talks alot about the lack of parking space at Putrajaya Hospital and the subsequent indiscriminate parking. The irony (of course) is that Putrajaya Hospital is within 800m of the Putrajaya Sentral transport terminal, but because of the design of buildings within Putrajaya (as well as incomplete […]
Updates #29 1. Issue: Brickfields/Little India traffic dispersal RM110m traffic boon for Bangsar, Brickfields (Malay Mail) Win-win outcome sought for Brickfields traffic dispersal plan (Streets) Mayor: Give us your Feedback (NST) Looking for a win-win situation in Brickfields (the Star) The proposed RM10 million traffic dispersal project, described in the 3 articles above, will lead […]
TRANSIT took note of this interesting article about the Putrajaya Monorail. Curious case of a bridge to nowhere (the Star) 29 July 2009 By GEETHA KRISHNAN TOURISTS to Putrajaya are told that the garden city, which is also the federal administrative capital, has eight bridges. There has, however, always been curiosity over the ninth bridge […]