Bus operators lax until action is taken, says SPAD


Sad situation: There have been too many bus accidents and deaths in recent years despite the rules and enforcement.N ow the parties involved are pointing fingers at each other.

KUALA LUMPUR: Bus operators have been lax over the safety of their buses until action was taken against them, said the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) chief executive Mohd Nur Ismal Kamal.

He said SPAD had first engaged operators on safety procedures in November 2012, and had come up with an industrial code of practice in late 2013.

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