Don’t miss the bus

WITH the establishment of the newly formed coalition government and one that is led by Pakatan Harapan plus other key aligned parties, there are indeed many pressing issues that the government needs to address and one of them is our under-utilised rail network.

Despite massive investments that Malaysia has made over the years, traffic jams, according to some reports, have reached a stage that is unbearable for drivers as millions of Malaysians spend a longer-than-expected time on the road commuting from home to their desired destinations, be it for work or to run errands and vice versa.

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