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GEORGE TOWN: With international cruise liners expected to call on Malaysian ports only in the third quarter of 2022, Penang has shifted its focus on “cruises to nowhere” with limited passengers.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - France will no longer require proof of a negative coronavirus test result from hauliers travelling directly from Ireland, the Irish transport government said on Friday, citing very low positivity rates among commercial vehicle drivers.
Singapore's aviation sector to see some recovery this year, goal is to reopen safely, says Transport Minister
SINGAPORE, March 5 (The Straits Times/ANN): - Singapore's aviation sector will see some recovery this year as some countries reopen their borders, but it will not be realistic to expect a "V-shape" rebound, said Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung.
The Office of Transport and Traffic Policy has hired Index International Group (IND) to draft a study for a land bridge connecting the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea via the Southern Economic Corridor (SEC). The project is designed to link up the SEC with the Eastern Economic Corridor.
BUTTERWORTH: Public service drivers in the northern region severely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic have received additional aid, courtesy of the Penang Port Commission (PPC).
KAJANG Municipal Council (MPKj) is the first local authority selected to head a pilot project by Housing and Local Government Ministry to solve the problem of unwanted vehicles left on the roadside.
PETALING JAYA: The ecosystem governing the sale and operations of drones, as well as the training of drone operators, is expected to gain more clarity with the issuance of three directives from the Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia (CAAM).
PUTRAJAYA: The use of drones in the agricultural sector will be regulated as of March 1, while the handful of drone pilot training schools will also have to be accredited beginning the same date, says the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM).
SEOUL (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co will replace battery systems in some 82,000 electric vehicles globally due to fire risks - a costly $900 million recall that lays bare the thorny issue of how car and battery makers split the bill when problems arise.