Tag: public transport
Singapore is much more interested in a proper solution that will address climate problems.
The Penang government should justify why it is choosing the LRT over a technology that is better, cheaper and faster.
A future in which everybody takes public transportation is still far off. Thus, people will continue to drive cars and car parks will still be very much needed.
Minor scuffles broke out between protesters and commuters as some grew frustrated over the train stoppage.
From foul body odour to ‘manspreading’, Malaysian railway commuters have to deal with niggling annoyances on a near daily basis.
Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow hopes the public will provide feedback and criticisms, which will be reviewed by those involved in the project.
No passenger services between Sungai Buloh and Serendah, and between KL Sentral and Tanjung Malim
Malaysia's first motorcycle ride-hailing service finds hope in news that Go-Jek of Indonesia is interested in operating here.
It is common for experts to disagree on plans, but they should not condemn them without demonstrating detailed knowledge about them.
Instead of copying Kuala Lumpur’s problematic public transport systems, Penang should look to Singapore’s single MRT system.
There is a need for better connectivity to cater to the working class and the rural population.
The fund will be managed by Bank Pembangunan Malaysia.
It's not about how many highways are built; it's about how to efficiently disperse traffic.
An expert questions whether an occasional passenger would buy a RM50 pass just to take a RM2 trip, but some welcome the move.
Transport Minister Loke Siew Fook says KTM lost customers after commuter fares rose from 11 sen to 15 sen per kilometre in 2016.
The MRT, developed with Japanese expertise and funding, is the centrepiece of President Jokowi's infrastructure boom.
Belgium's Brussels Airlines has cancelled all its 222 flights.
Penang needs mass transit systems urgently.
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.
He says Indonesia’s BRT system, the TransJakarta, was the first in Asean and has been a success story, carrying 700,000 people a day.
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.
Residents say the project will affect two playgrounds in the area.