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More community buses for Selangor? When and how?

TRANSIT took note of this article which focuses on the discussion of the upcoming Selangor state budget and related public consultations. In one of the discussions, a proposal was made to expand on community shuttle bus services using the model from Petaling Jaya. Although the article suggests that the Housing & Local Government Minister Ronnie […]

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TRANSIT’s prediction comes to life. Sadly, Klang is becoming a “pass-through” town

TRANSIT has always had a soft spot for Klang town, despite what people may think. Aside from the food (different options for different people) and the culture, Klang Town is the nearest thing we can find in the Klang Valley to an “urban” town with heritage and cultural traditions. Certainly there are areas of Kuala […]

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Electric bikes: perfect answer to ‘first mile’ transit

NST ran three letters on electric bikes today. Electric bicycles: Safety issue under study Electric bicycles: It’s not dangerous Electric bicycles 2011/04/14 DATUK NAIM MOHAMAD, Deputy president Malaysian National Cycling Federation, Kuala Lumpur THERE has been much debate about electric bicycles recently. The Malaysian National Cycling Federation (MNCF) plans to hold a special session with […]

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Is Greater KL ready to be a livable, world class city? (Update #1)

Update: The Star has an interesting piece on making Kuala Lumpur into a livable city on 2 April 2011 – see How liveable is Kuala Lumpur? and related articles! TRANSIT wants to highlight an excellent opinion piece that appears in today’s and last week’s The Sun on the importance of people-centric planning in creating livable […]