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PETALING JAYA: Malaysians relying on public transport for their daily commute say the Perikatan Nasional government’s initiative in allowing them unlimited use of Rapid bus and rail services for a low monthly fee is a lifeline.
THE Road Transport Department (JPJ) will be expanding its online services with additional payment kiosks in 50 strategic locations across the country.
PETALING JAYA: Despite the Covid-19 spillover on the economy, Malaysians continue to have a penchant for numbers, bidding RM7.3mil within five days for the PPP car plate number series.
PETALING JAYA: A total of RM7.3mil was received within five days of the bidding for the PPP car plate number series, says the Road Transport Department (JPJ).
PETALING JAYA: The Transport Ministry has a great responsibility to help affected Malaysians through plans to develop public transportation systems as seen in Budget 2021, says its minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
BATU PAHAT: The Johor Road Transport Department (JPJ) has issued 58 notices to motorists for various offences in an operation conducted here.
AMPANG: A former company director claimed trial at a Magistrate's Court here to a charge of cheating a former journalist over a bungalow lot purchase involving RM32,000 eight years ago.
JOHOR BARU: More than 90% of the lorries checked by the authorities here over the past five months were found to be overloaded.
PETALING JAYA: The Road Transport (Amendment) Act 2020 (RTA) will come into effect on Oct 23 as it has received the commencement appointment date from the Attorney General’s Chambers, says the Transport Ministry.Transport Ministry: Road Transport (Amendment) Act 2020 to come into effect on Oct 23 PETALING JAYA: The Road Transport (Amendment) Act 2020 (RTA) will come into effect on Oct 23 as it has received the commencement appointment date from the Attorney General’s Chambers, says the Transport Ministry. Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong said this was a historic and meaningful moment, adding that he had signed the gazette as the Minister on Wednesday (Oct 21). "With this, I wish to inform everyone that the Road Transport Act (Amendment) 2020, which carries heavier penalties for traffic offences, particularly those related to Sections 41 to 45 will come into operation from Oct 23. "We hope that the latest amendments will create greater public awareness among road users to obey traffic laws to ensure that our roads will be safer for all," he said in a statement Wednesday (Oct 21). Dr Wee said since he was sworn in as the Transport Minister, road safety has been a central priority in terms of improving policy and enforcement practices under the purview of the Ministry, particularly in amending the RTA 1987. He added that through his instructions, the Road Transport Department (JPJ) had immediately begun to finalise the draft amendments to the RTA 1987 from May 4, adding that during that same period he had also held dialogues with other stakeholders such as community leaders and heads of non-governmental organisations (NGOs). Dr Wee said he presented the Bill to amend the RTA to the Cabinet on July 17, adding that the first reading was presented in the Dewan Rakyat on July 27. On Aug 26, the Bill was passed in the Dewan Rakyat, and on Sept 22, it was passed by the Dewan Negara. "I would like to take this opportunity to record my deepest gratitude to His Majesty and the support of my fellow Parliamentarians for enabling a timely passing of the Bill in both Houses. "The gazetting of these new amendments will serve to greatly strengthen and improve the RTA 1987 in the interest of Malaysian road users and pedestrians," he said.