Tag: Public transportation
State Infrastructure Minister Peter Anthony defends the RM5 billion Kota Kinabalu-Kudat train link.
In much of sub-Saharan Africa there are low levels of personal car ownership and rapidly expanding populations which makes ride-hailing a popular option for public transport.
Uber will begin test flights of the pilotless aircraft in Melbourne and US cities Dallas and Los Angeles in 2020 before commercial operations begin in 2023.
Indonesia is drafting up ambitious plans to reinvigorate the country's economic infrastructure via multiple construction and transportation projects that total up to over US$400 billion.
The state government should consider other means of improving the traffic situation in Penang instead of imposing the PTMP on Penangites and their future generations.
If the overnight train from Ho Chi Minh to Da Nang is anything to go by, the ECRL mega project would be a waste of time and resources.
Ajit Johl from 4PAM says there are presently no guarantees of users' rights, as regulations and laws on the matter are weak.
Deputy Transport Minister Kamarudin Jaffar says the fare increase under consideration will be reasonable, to help express bus operators without burdening users.
With Budget 2019 to be tabled this Friday, the Sabah Public Transport Association wishes to see Sabah get enough funds to build a reliable public transport network to aid tourism.
The government should reveal whether the cost savings will be able to justify or cover the additional re-tender and compensation costs incurred as a result of cancelling the underground work package for the MRT 2.
The DAP leadership seems to be going back on its stand in 2002 against the Penang Outer Ring Road project.
The state government and SRS Consortium have yet to address concerns of dubious population density projections and unrealistic ridership forecasts.
Global transportation companies without local or regional partners should be consulted this time.
The transport minister should undertake a review of public transport provisions for Putrajaya before talking about other massive rail projects.
DAP's Ong Kian Ming says more people will take public transportation if monthly public transportation pass is introduced.
Prominent economist Jomo Kwame Sundaram and DM Analytics chief economist Muhammed Abdul Khalid say it is better to focus on making public transportation more attractive.
The Johor DAP chief says if Johor’s prosperity is shared, the number of Malaysians crossing the causeway to work in Singapore every day will not increase.
Writer says effectiveness of procurement guidelines by World Bank will help prevent corruption and ensure better management of the project.
Wong Chen: 'Nobody believes Najib is better than Mahathir when it comes to infrastructure development.'
We must act urgently beyond blaming drivers’ attitudes and building expensive infrastructure.
Prasarana data in new free portal set up by government, will assist public in getting real-time RapidKL bus schedules, location of bus stops and bus traffic info.
It says if Abang Johari's plan is to build a high-speed rail system instead of the LRT, then he should build one that connects all cities and towns in Sarawak.
‘DAP says I am full of hot air. Never mind, just wait. Next three years ... We will deliver what we promise,' Sarawak chief minister says.
Motorcycle ride-sharing service will benefit low income group and also be convenient in traffic heavy cities of Malaysia, says Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs.
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