Improved rail system answer to traffic jams


NEWS that vehicle sales in Malaysia jumped almost 40% to 62,649 in February compared to same month last year must have been depressing for the many motorists who get caught in daily traffic.

Those who live in Seremban dread going to Kuala Lumpur even on weekends as the North-South Expressway is often gridlocked.

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