TRANSIT took note of this interesting article outlining a proposed 4th Integrated Transport Terminal to be built at the interchange of KTM Komuter and RapidKL LRT services at Subang Jaya. The proposed 4th ITT will have space for stage buses and taxi bays, but there is no information about space for Intercity and Express buses. […]
Tag: Selangor Government
Updates #83 1. Article: Free Rides (Streets – NST, 26 April 2011) – NST Streets takes a look at 4 free community shuttle buses in the Kuala Lumpur area. More information on shuttle “schedules” can be found here.
What is the ‘rail’ truth anyways?
TRANSIT took note of this very interesting commentary from Associate Professor Sabariah Jemali from the Malaysian Institute for Transport at Universiti Teknologi Mara (Shah Alam). Prof. Sabariah writes of the overwhelming attention given to the MRT project and comments that the attention given may reflect the boiling over of all of the frustrations of public […]
Bus Rapid Transit for Shah Alam?
TRANSIT took note of this very interesting news in which Mohd Jaafar Mohd Atan (the newly sworn-in mayor of Shah Alam) has announced that he wants to develop a bus-rapid transit system for the city, which will also provide links to Klang and Subang Jaya. The mayor has also expressed interest in developing a centralized […]
MRT Update: Sg. Buloh – Kajang Line – Public Display, Planning & Construction (Update #33)
The 3 months public display period for the Sg. Buloh – Kajang line began on Monday, 14 February and continued until 15 May 2011. The public display period is now closed. With the completion of the Public Display for MRT Line 1 (Sg. Buloh to Klang), TRANSIT will be revising this post to focus on […]
MRT Update: Do we need an MRT to Shah Alam & Klang? (Update #1)
Updated with poll! Read through our post and join our poll – conveniently placed at the bottom of this post! TRANSIT has taken note of the updated plans for the MRT network, which (as you know by now) are actually quite different from the original MMC-Gamuda proposal. If you have been following the plan (or […]
MRT Update: Will old habits die hard?
TRANSIT took note of this comment on the MRT project which was featured in The Edge Financial Daily. Rafizi Ramli, the Chief Executive of the Selangor Economic Advisory Office, writes a very interesting series of comments and raises many questions about the MRT project which are similar to questions and concerns that TRANSIT has. His […]
TRANSIT took note of this recent article discussing comments and feedback by Hulu Selangor MP P. Kamalanathan on the public transport system in the north of Selangor. It was surprising enough to read of an MP taking a proactive step to examine the public transport system of his area, experience it for himself and give […]
Is the delay to the LRT extension because of politics or bad planning?
TRANSIT took note of this recent commentary in the Business Times which appears to put the blame for the delay to the LRT project on the Selangor State Government and Subang Jaya Local Council (MPSJ). We at TRANSIT believe otherwise – especially we have seen what all sides have to say, weighed their comments and […]
TRANSIT has found out that the Electric Train Service (ETS) between Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh is likely to start operations on 12 August 2010. This will be exactly 15 years and 9 days since the first electric train service in Malaysia, the KTM Komuter, started operations (on 3 August 1995). Ticketing: The main ticketing offices […]