Ensuring safety in commercial transport industry


THE recent report about the Road Transport Department (JPJ) detecting 14 bus drivers under the influence of prohibited substances is a stark reminder of the potential dangers lurking within our commercial transport industry.

At a briefing with the press, JPJ senior director of enforcement Lokman Jamaan said the drivers were detected during the Special Ops on Public Service Vehicles held nationwide in conjunction with the Chinese New Year festival and school holidays.

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