600 buses face licence suspension


PETALING JAYA: Commercial vehicle licences for about 600 express buses in peninsular Malaysia will be suspended as the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) discovered that the buses did not have GPS installed.

SPAD revealed the results of its audit of 164 express bus companies in the peninsula, which showed that only 112 companies had installed GPS in their buses.

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