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The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) has stepped in to help solve problems faced by bus and food stall operators who were relocated from Medan Kidd last Monday to the new bus terminal at Medan Gopeng here.
A proposed public transport masterplan for the Klang Valley will see a 500km rail-based transit network being built in the country's most developed region.
A ONE-TICKET system for Putra and STAR-LRT and their feeder buses is expected to be in place by the end of the year, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy said.
Except for journeys less than 100km, express buses will not be allowed to operate between 9pm and 7am two days before and after Chinese New Year.
With New Year just a day away, various countdown celebrations will be held in the city.
Asian airlines are making a beeline to the KL International Airport, with the Philippine Airlines being the latest to come back.
Compiled by K.S. Devi (Sept 14 to Sept 20)
All public and feeder buses in the capital city have now come under the management of Prasarana Negara Bhd, the operator of both Starline and Putraline LRT.
RESEARCH and development plays an important role at the Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (Apiit).
The price of safety is vigilance. JOANNE LIM and SIMRIT KAUR look at the security measures put in place by colleges and universities to protect students.
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