Public talks heading nowhere


A group of residents and fishermen gathering outside the State Assembly building to appeal for a review of the PTMP in this file photo.

VOCAL Penang Forum member Dr Lim Mah Hui is baffled by how the Transport Ministry could agree with having Light Rail Transit (LRT) trains for Penang.

He said the minister first indicated that the LRT might not be the best mode of transport when he was in Penang, but after a meeting between the state government and the ministry with Land Transport Public Commission (SPAD), the LRT plan is somehow on track again.

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