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Nation 17 Jul 2019 | 12:00 AM

Firm to obtain approval for EMP first

GEORGE TOWN: SRS Consortium, the Project Delivery Partner for the Penang South Reclamation (PSR), has been told to obtain approval for a detailed Environment Manage­ment Plan (EMP) from the Depart­ment of Environment (DoE) before starting the project.

Nation 17 Mar 2019 | 12:00 AM

PIL1 hit by bridging loan setback

GEORGE TOWN: The proposed Pan Island Link 1 (PIL1) highway project has hit a snag after the state government failed to obtain a RM1bil bridging loan.

Nation 10 Aug 2018 | 12:00 AM

‘Tunnelling work will be slow but safe’

GEORGE TOWN: It will take about five years to drill a tunnel from the hill face behind Kek Lok Si Temple to Paya Terubong.

Nation 10 Aug 2018 | 12:00 AM

Making way for PIL 1 highway

GEORGE TOWN: Some 226 homes, shops, temples, shrines and minor structures may have to make way for the proposed highway that will serve motorists from Gurney Drive to the airport with interchanges in Jalan Utama, Paya Terubong, Relau and Bayan Baru.

Nation 14 Jul 2018 | 12:00 AM

Bridge over Penang City Park

GEORGE TOWN: The proposed 19.5km Pan-Island Link I (PIL I) from Gurney Drive to the airport will have tunnels wherever it crosses foothills.

Living 15 Jul 2017 | 6:12 AM

We're ready for meatier railway projects

Thanks to a company that has been training its local workforce and experts, we’re almost self-sufficient when it comes to building railway infrastructure.

Nation 12 Aug 2016 | 12:00 AM

State: Penang Forum ignored certain factors

GEORGE TOWN: Penang Forum relied heavily on Halcrow Consultants Sdn Bhd’s report and did not consider certain things when drawing up their version of a transport masterplan, Penang Transport Council chairman Chow Kon Yeow said.

Community 23 Jul 2016 | 12:00 AM

Trams not always cheaper option

TRAMS are not practical because they will share roads with cars, making it impossible for them to transport people quickly, said Penang Transport Council chairman Chow Kon Yeow.