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New govt needs to prioritise public transport

From JON NG, Petaling Jaya.


SPAD developing apps to promote public transport usage

PETALING JAYA: The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) is leveraging on technology to achieve a 40% public transport commuting trips by 2030 compared to only 20% today, according to its head of NKRA projects division Ahmad Rahdi Maarof.


Public transport experts to meet at international assembly

KUALA LUMPUR: The country will see experts on public transport converge here next month for the 16th edition of the annual International Association of Public Transport (UITP) Asia-Pacific Assembly.


Only 5% using public transport during morning peak period

KUALA LUMPUR: The country is still a long way off from maximising public transport with only 5% of the population using the mode during the morning peak period.


Transport operators worry over effectiveness of Land Public Transport Commission

PETALING JAYA: Commercial vehicle and public transport operators hope that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will personally oversee the soon-to-be-set-up Land Public Transport Commission to ensure the organisation's effectiveness.


Syed Hamid Albar is head of public transport commission

PUTRAJAYA: Former Home Minister Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar is the chairman of the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) effective June 3.


Public transport still unpopular

KUALA LUMPUR: The Transport Minister wants more Klang Valley folk to use public transport but recognises that services first need to be improved.


SPAD steps up on public transport enforcement

KUALA LUMPUR: The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) is ramping up on the enforcement of public transport with the coming into force of the Land Public Transport Act 2010.


Efficient public transport system vital

WITH Malaysia making its way towards becoming a high-income nation, the Government has realised an urgent need for its cities, particularly Greater Kuala Lumpur, to have a reliable and comfortable world-class public transportation system.


Penangites not surprised public transport service didn’t improve

The public transport service revamp was doomed from the start if one were to look at the date chosen for its launch.