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Perhidmatan Bas Mini


BAS MINI WILAYAH


Telah ditamatkan perhidmatanya pad Mei 1998, tapi kini hanya tinggal kenangan anda boleh lihat di dalam filem-filem melayu sekitar 1970 hingga 1990 sahaja di zaman pelakon-pelakon seperti A.R Badul Latif Ibrahim, Uji Rashid dan sebagainya. Kini anda masih lagi boleh merasakanya di kawasan2 yang tertentu sahaja seperti contoh di Subang Jaya, Shah Alam, Kelang tentunya inany menggami kenangan di masa lalu ye tak..........

Apa pun perhidmatan ini dirasakan aling cekap dizaman itu berbanding sekarang yanh hampeh!!! Rasa seperti security bas stop jer kat KL nie menunggu bas yang tak kunjung tiba... sesuatu mesti di lakukan agar pengangkutan awam menjadi satu perhidmatan yang utama dan memberi keselesaan di Kuala Lumpur, zaman dah maju tapi kita masih di sini dengan kehilangan masa yang banyak di jalanraya...

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Rapid KL ke Pasar Seni - Kota Damansara

Rapid KL dibahagikan kepada 6 bahagian untuk laluan ke kawasan-kawasan yang telah ditetapkan iaitu ;

1 : Kuala Lumpur City Centre
2 : Kepong, Selayang, Batu Caves , Gombak, Sentul
3 : Wangsa Maju, Hulu Klang,Keramat, Ampang, Pandan
4 : Cheras, Hulu Langat, Kajang,Putrajaya, Serdang
5 : Klang, Shah Alam Selatan,Subang Jaya, Jln Klang Lama,Puchong
6 : Shah Alam Utara, Subang,Damansara, PJ Utara, Bangsar

Untuk laluan ke KOTA DAMANSARA anda bolehlah mendapatkan bas atau monorail daripada pusat bandar atau kawasan sekitar monorail yang menghala ke Kelana Jaya.

Bas bermula pada jam 6.00 pagi hingga 11.30 mlm

STESEN KELANA JAYA


NO BAS

MELALUI

HENTIAN


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BANDAR UTAMA,IKEA,
D'ATARAN SUNWAY,
D,SARA UTAMA ,
SS21/1 YORK, KDU, KAYU ARA


KOTA D'SARA
SEK 6, 6/19, 6/18

UTK KE KUALA LUMPUR



MELALUI

HENTIAN


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SEK 8/1, SEK 7, SEK 6
D'TRAN SUNWAY
MUTIARA SUNWAY
IKEA, B.UTAMA
SS 21/1, YORK
SS 2, Jln 21, Jln 20
Jalan Semangat
Asia Jaya, Pantai Baharu
TNB, Stesen Bangsar
Jln Traves, Kl Sentral
Tun Sambanthan


Terminal PASAR SENI



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Infrastruktur Awan Perlu Perhatian

PENGANGKUTAN merupakan sesuatu yang penting dalam perkembangan ekonomi sesebuah negara. Sama ada suka atau tidak kerajaan perlu mengkaji dan memberi penekanan yang wajar terhadapnya.

Mengikut sebuah laporan Bank Dunia, sekiranya pertumbuhan ekonomi Asia Timur mahu dikekalkan, negara-negara berkenaan perlu bersedia memperuntukkan lebih dari dua kali ganda perbelanjaan terhadap infrastruktur pengangkutan berbanding dengan infrastruktur telekomunikasi.

Langkah kerajaan kita menumpukan pembinaan infrastruk tur walaupun negara sedang dilanda kegawatan ekonomi seperti arahan yang dibuat oleh Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohamad adalah suatu langkah yang tepat dan konstruktif.Bagaimanapun, banyak negara tidak meletakkan penekanan yang betul terhadapnya dan memberi peruntukan yang kecil ke arah pembangunannya dan pada lazimnya keutamaan terhadapnya adalah rendah.

Ramai pakar pengangkutan terutamanya yang mengkaji masalah pengangkutan di bandar menyetujui bahawa penggunaan perkhidmatan awam mesti di pertingkatkan sekiranya suatu sistem pengangkutan yang baik ingin direalisasikan. Menyedari hakikat ini Perth misalnya, menawarkan perkhidmatan bas awam percuma kepada pengguna-penggunanya di kawasan pusat bandar (Central Business District).

Free Transit Zone (FTZ) In Perth

The Free Transit Zone or FTZ (for buses) and the SmartRider Free Transit Zone (for trains) operates within the Perth city boundaries. Passengers can travel within it on any bus or train* for free, as often as they want. Look for this logo on bus stops to identify the FTZ boundaries.

Malaysia, khususnya Kuala Lumpur baharu sahaja melangkah ke arah menyediakan pengangkutan awam yang bersepadu. Justeru, bila diperkatakan tentang pengangkutan awam maka ia lebih menjuruskan kepada perkhidmatan bas dan teksi.

Pengurusan perkhidmatan bas awam di Kuala Lumpur memerlukan bukan sahaja komitmen yang tinggi tetapi juga visi dalam menentukan tercapainya misi kerajaan. Kepekaan terhadap apa yang terdapat ditempat-tempat lain telah mencetuskan idea untuk memulakan perkhidmatan bas yang sekarang digunakan di negara-negara lain seperti Hong Kong dan Paris yang di Kuala Lumpur diberi gelaran 'canggih'. Ke arah pemodenan inilah maka diperkenalkan bas-bas yang mempunyai beberapa ciri seperti enjin yang mengeluarkan asap yang rendah (Euro 1/Euro 2 Engine) dan mempunyai suspensi udara serta tranmisi otomatik. Ia mesti memberi keselesaan atau apa yang dinamakan 'sahabat pengguna' (user friendly) seperti berhawa dingin dan berlantai rendah untuk memudahkan penumpang terutama orang-orang tua menaikinya. Inilah jenis bas yang digunakan di bandar-bandar besar di masa kini walaupun harganya agak tinggi.

Dengan strategi dan komitmen serta kesungguhan semua pihak melaksanakan dasar yang betul kejayaan sudah pasti dapat dicapai. Untuk menyediakan suatu sistem pengangkutan awam yang bertaraf dunia memerlukan perbelanjaan yang tinggi. Dalam indsutri bas misalnya jarang yang mengendalikannya mendapat keuntungan kecuali diberi subsidi oleh pihak berkuasa. Penetapan harga tambang mesti mempunyai hubung kait yang rapat dengan kos pengendalian.

Kita perlu memahami dasar asas yang amat penting bahawa perkhidmatan yang sewajarnya mesti diberi mengikut permintaan yang berkesan yakni perkhidmatan yang disokong dengan kesanggupan pihak pengguna membayar secukupnya bagi menemui kos. Seandainya perkara ini tidak menjadi perhitungan maka syarikat yang mengendalikannya akan menemui kerugian yang tidak tertanggung sehingga terpaksa memberhentikan operasinya.

Pengguna sering menimbulkan beberapa persoalan dan kritikan seperti tidak cukup bas, terpaksa tunggu lama dan sebagainya yang banyak diperkatakan sekarang. Perkara-perkara yang ditimbulkan ini sebenarnya berhubung kait dengan keadaan sebenar mengenai masalah pengangkutan awam yang dihadapi sekarang ini. Tidak cukup bas atau terpaksa menunggu lama misalnya, ialah kerana kelambatan bas-bas sampai sama ada ke tempat dituju atau ke tempat bermula kerana kesesakan yang luar biasa atau sangat buruk.

dipetik daripada Pengangkutan awam - Utusan Malaysia, Rabu, 5.8.98

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Kuala Lumpur Mini-Bus Service

The Kuala Lumpur Mini-Bus Service or Bas Mini was one of the oldest and popular Malaysian public bus service, having served in Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley region. The buses were primarily painted pink with a white stripe on the sides, and had a capacity of 20-30 passengers, due to its smaller size. The bus operated on a commission basis, with service operators being paid according to the fare they collected.

The mini-bus service was discontinued from 1 July 1998 onwards, to be replaced by the Intrakota bus service and, later, Rapid KL buses in 2005.



The mini bus started operating on 23rd September 1975 under the Ministry of Transportation. At that time, the mini bus operated on various routes according to their individual colours (blue- white, yellow-white, red-white, purple-white and dark green-white). The mini bus was responsible for servicing nearly sixty different routes. Three major companies (Syarikat Kerjasama Pengaman (M) Bhd, Bas Mini Wilayah and Konsortium Pengusaha Bas Mini Sdn Bhd) monopolized the various bus routes while smaller operators were allowed to service certain areas only.

In 1975, when the mini bus was introduced as a service, the bus-fare was just 40 sen. Later in 1991, the fare was increased to 50 sen while two years after, the fare was again adjusted to 60 sen. The mini bus did not have any fixed time-table. Instead, the service operated on a commission basis whereby the operators were paid according to the number of trips and fare collection they could raise in one day. Sometimes, in order to outdo a competitor, a driver would detour from the designated route much to the annoyance of the passengers.

In 1990, the then Deputy Minister of Transport, Datuk Paduka Rahmah Osman, standardized the colour of the mini bus to “Pink” and white. On the 1st July 1998, the services of the mini bus was terminated in the city of Kuala Lumpur . Once a notorious mode of transport for the many commuters in Kuala Lumpur, the “Pink Lady” will always be remembered for its death-defying activities on public roads.

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Public Transport In Malaysia

The public transportation system in Malaysia comprises of bus, railway and taxi services. The Klang Valley has an integrated public transportation system incorporating the Light Rail Transit (LRT), monorail, railway and bus services is being developed. Taxis and limousine services are also available at reasonable rates.

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Rail project to cut KL- Penang journey to three hours


It will only take three hours to travel from Penang to Kuala Lumpur by train when the electrified double-track project (EDTP) is completed.Once operational, commuters can have breakfast in Penang, lunch in KL and return to the island for dinner, all in the same day. Currently, the train journey between the destinations takes about nine hours. The RM12.4bil stretch from Ipoh to Padang Besar, undertaken by MMC-Gamuda, is now 5% completed and expected to be ready on Jan 7, 2013. It will link up to the Rawang line.


“It will only take about 90 minutes to travel from Penang to Ipoh by train when the project is completed, compared to about four hours now,” he told newsmen during a site inspection yesterday. It will only take 90 minutes to travel from Penang to Ipoh.



DATUK AZMI MAT NOR said the alignment for the 329km Ipoh-Padang Besar double-track project cuts across the four northern states of Penang, Perak, Kedah and Perlis.

“We are working closely with the four state governments and they are very helpful,” he said.

“We do not foresee much problem for the next five years as 70% of land needed for the project is owned by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB).”

Azmi said rail transport in the country currently had a market share of just 3%, compared to road transport which commanded 89% share.

“Over-reliance on road transport is unsustainable, especially during congestion on expressways and festive seasons,” he added.
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