Bagi menghargai sumbangan dan pengorbanan pekerja pulang lewat, Nasi Lemak Saleha mengagihkan juadah berbuka puasa kepada mereka di LRT Pasar Seni.
There is a need for better connectivity to cater to the working class and the rural population.
At 1,000 sq ft per unit, the price is only RM232 per sq ft with two car parks - a rather attractive deal.
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He doesn't agree with the Penang chief minister's contention that the silent majority support reclamation work and the PTMP transport system.
Municipal councillor Joshua Woo says while there is a lot yet to be done local authorities are on the right track.
In a nutshell, this facility simply translates to lower costs = higher savings.
Dedicating special lanes to buses will narrow roads and only lead to protests by motorists but an elevated LRT will pose no such problem.
The ART system is superior to the LRT in many ways, including in terms of cost for construction and maintenance.
The LRT may prove neither smoother nor more comfortable for commuters.
Bandar Kuching MP Dr Kelvin Yii says the cost of building the LRT may dry up state reserves and that a green bus network with upgraded roads is a better option.
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Projek itu hanya akan menampakkan manfaat ekonominya pada masa depan.
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State government is also looking into reducing the maximum price tag by RM20,000 to RM230,000 compared to RM250,000 previously.
This includes cost of land acquisition and other costs.
Tracks are subject to regular and major maintenance, says municipal councillor.
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China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) says the country remains a preferred market for its overseas business.
The meeting next week follows remarks by the transport minister that a tram system may be more suitable than the LRT for Penang island.
Roger Teoh says the project will ultimately require a government bail-out as its projected ridership numbers are unattainable.
If the plan comes to fruition, the right policies must be in place to support the switch from driving to taking public transport.
However, ex-Seberang Perai Municipal Council member Joshua Woo says elevated trains will be Penang's best option in the long run.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke says the ministry is proposing alternatives after a study finds LRT may not be the best bet for the state.