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A GROUP of 69 visually impaired trainees from St Nicholas Home went on a familiarisation tour of Penang Sentral, tackling with ease the challenge of moving around the place and buying a train ticket.
PETALING JAYA: E-hailing drivers are baffled over what they say are discrepancies in the statements issued by the Transport Ministry and the Land Public Transport Agency (APAD).
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said it would take four months for Jammu and Kashmir to return to normal after his government stripped the state of its special status in August and imposed harsh restrictions.
IT’S no secret that the Malaysian government has been pushing for a cashless society. As a homegrown and leading e-wallet in Malaysia, Boost understands the inherent need to “Boost My Malaysia” by leading by example and supporting the needs of Malaysians that will positively impact the economic and social fabric of the nation in pursuit of the government’s aspirations of transforming into a cashless society and digital economy.
PETALING JAYA: A minimum discount of 18% on toll charges for the North-South Expressway will see motorists save up to RM1.13bil in 2020 and RM43bil over the entire concession period until 2038.
KUALA LUMPUR: The inconsistencies between the policies made by the Transport Ministry and Road Transport Department (JPJ) have to be resolved, says a former senior officer of the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD).
WITH Budget 2020 tabled in Parliament today, many people up north have expressed hope and concern for a more inclusive and burden-reducing year ahead.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Rail Industry Corp (Maric) is of the view that it should be given an opportunity to not just be an industry implementer, but also be jointly involved in the planning for the development of any public transport.
BUDGET 2020 must emphasise youth welfare as many of them cannot afford to buy a house or car, say Putrajaya folk.
SUBANG Jaya residents want the government to provide a higher allocation in Budget 2020 for community bodies to organise programmes.