TRANSIT took note of this article which describes plans for another corporate restructuring at KTMB. It is sad that the Malayan Railway has still not managed to figure out whether it is supposed to be a government agency, corporate entity, or something in between. TRANSIT remembers earlier corporate restructurings that have happened for KTMB. Well, […]
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MRT Update: Now Nazri wants to step in. TRANSIT: As if the project does not have enough problems already?
TRANSIT took note of this very interesting and disappointing bit of news – that Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz, who has a history of involvement with public transport in Malaysia, is now trying to get himself involved in the MRT project. Nazri has suggested an alternative alignment to the controversial […]
The KTM Debate: Should the railway sector be opened up to “competition”?
TRANSIT took note of this interesting letter by C.R. of Kuala Lumpur, who discusses the recent protest by the Railwaymen’s Union of Malaya (RUM), which included warnings of a “work-to-rule” campaign & potential disruption of Balik Kampung / Hari Raya Aidilfitri travel. C.R. argues that it might be time to open up the Railway sector […]
MRT Update: Chinatown businesses question MRT land acquisition (Update #14)
TRANSIT has taken note of another burgeoning controversy, highting complaints & protests over land acquisition along Jalan Sultan in “Chinatown”, KL, as part of the Sg. Buloh – Kajang MRT project. We have redesigned our post on this topic to present the most recent articles we have seen so far on this issue. The original […]
Udpate: Updated with a map showing the area to be adjusted! Syraikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (Prasarana), the custodian for (some of) the public transport system in the Klang Valley and Penang, has issued the following press release about the 3 months public display for the proposed amendment to the routing for the Ampang LRT line […]
MRT Update: Did you submit your feedback on MRT Line 1?
Important Notes: Look for an update of this post in the next few days with our submission to SPAD and the Minister of Transport; If you are using the online form at kvmrt.com.my, may we suggest that you post your feedback below in our comments section; If you are emailing your submission, send it directly […]