Prasarana eyes development of Brunei metro system

It’s a deal: Prasarana Integrated Management and Engineering Services Sdn Bhd CEO Masnizam Hisham shakes hands with Indonesian Rail Academy’s president director Dedy Cahyadi. With them are Azmi (third from left) and other company executives.

KUALA LUMPUR: Prasarana Malaysia Bhd is eyeing the Brunei market on the possibility of developing a metro network system there, said its president and group chief executive officer Datuk Seri Azmi Abdul Aziz.

“The Brunei Government has invited us to participate in how we can introduce a public transport system in the city there. We are proposing something to advise the Government on this matter to bring the level of public transport up in the country,” he said at the signing ceremony of an agreement with the Indonesian Rail Academy to provide training for Indonesia’s metro personnel.

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