Operations of metered taxis at TBS-BTS will be monitored

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 29 Dec 2010

KUALA LUMPUR: The management of Terminal Bersepadu Selatan - Bandar Tasik Selatan (TBS-BTS), MAJU Terminal Management and Services (MAJU TMAS), will ensure that taxi service at the terminal is monitored to prevent passengers from being cheated.

"We will assign a monitoring officer and any driver of metered taxis can operate at the TBS-BTS," said the managing director of MAJU TMAS, Roslan Mohd Shariff when contacted by Bernama.

Roslan also said that TBS-BTS would not be creating the coupon system in the near future.

TBS-BTS also stressed on the security aspect by installing 500 close-circuit TV cameras (CCTV) besides deploying 250 auxillary policemen to carry out patrols at all floors and police posts were provided at strategic areas.

TBS-BTS, which will be operational on Jan 1, is also another symbol of modernisation of the country's transport system and the government's efforts to provide comfort to the people.

The TBS-BTS building, constructed on a 19.6 hectare site, consists of six floors including 55 bus platforms for 1,000 buses going out and coming in every day, 150 taxi stands and 1,000 parking lots including special parking for women. - Bernama

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