Rosli Khan

Rosli Khan
Rosli Khan has spent over 30 years in the transport industry, managing more than 100 consultancy projects.

Does Penang really need an undersea tunnel?

Solving Penang's traffic problems may not require adding another piece of transport infrastructure, such as an undersea tunnel.

Forget HSR, tidy up existing rail network instead

With the economy suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic, the government should be focusing on existing transport operators instead of venturing into new projects.

PH failed to plan, will PN take the same route?

The 'new CEO' could learn from the failure of his predecessor, who managed the country on an ad hoc basis and introduced projects not demanded by its clients.

Return railway land and assets to KTMB

Developers and the Railway Assets Corp are the ones making profits instead of the railway operator.

Merger of airlines won’t let everyone fly

Malaysia needs its airlines to co-exist and serve their respective segments.

Keep the supply chain moving during shutdown

Logistics companies play a crucial role while the country deals with travel restrictions under the movement control order.

Wee perfect fit for transport minister

This is perhaps the first time that the transport minister is trained in transport planning.

The missing link in Malaysia’s maritime industry

Malaysia is off the radar for many international cruise ship operators who are keen on this region.

AP policy is of no help whatsoever to M40 or B40...

It is the Bumiputeras in the T20 category and closest to the political leadership who have been reaping the benefits of the various programmes to help the community, and this has to change.

How to ensure people are winners in privatising PLUS

There are several evaluation parameters that the government should be looking at in going through the proposals from bidders.

Beyond Jawi, a plan to address cultural bankruptcy among Malays

The Malays of today no longer have artistic abilities and cultural skills, and yet the education ministry wants to bring back Jawi.

From Dr M’s Langkawi to Anwar’s Port Dickson

If Dr Mahathir Mohamad converted Langkawi from an unknown island into a bustling holiday island, then surely PD under Anwar Ibrahim could be next.

Think long-term about Johor-Singapore transit system

Instead of focusing on saving the pennies and discussing the nitty gritty of the RTS project, look at what possibilities the MRT could bring to Johor Bahru and beyond.

Concerns surround extent of finance ministry’s powers

Malay voters perceive ministry as wielding too much power.

So much potential for train travel

Intercity services should be the main target market for KTMB, but this market has not been exploited.

Ministers’ competency

Many of our ministers have failed to demonstrate their proficiency on the subject matter of their ministries.

Halal gelatine, the missing dimension in the halal market

The absence of a halal gelatine plant does not favour the halal industry.

When outsiders weigh in on highway matters

Some ministerial aides appear to have great power in decision-making.

Tolong tulis: ‘Tololnya beli lebuh raya tol’

Manifesto PH berjanji menghapuskan tol, bukan bererti ia perlu membeli semula konsesi lebuh raya.

Some lessons for Malaysia from our northern neighbour

For the sake of future generations, PH leaders should be brave enough to put a stop to the political degradation.

Jambatan angkat, kemusnahan usahawan dan kegagalan kerajaan Terengganu

Siapa sebenarnya yang merancang untuk merangsangkan ekonomi penduduk setempat?

Look to Singapore, not KL, for PTMP

Instead of copying Kuala Lumpur’s problematic public transport systems, Penang should look to Singapore’s single MRT system.

Time to open up the market for 3rd national car

Set up a level playing field policy for the automotive sector for other brand producers to team up, produce and compete.

Low-hanging fruits in Bosnia

Bosnia offers excellent opportunities to outward-looking Malaysian companies and entrepreneurs who are willing to venture into new untapped markets.