Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Menurut Penolong Pengurus Pengurusan Harta UDA Mall Sdn. Bhd., Ismail Hassan, agensi yang bertanggungjawab menyelia stesen itu, Puduraya dahulunya dipercayai sebuah landasan kereta api.
Ia kemudian dibina di atas tanah seluas 1.2 hektar dan terletak 3.5 meter di bawah jalan besar bagi memusatkan semua bas yang beroperasi di Kuala Lumpur di bawah satu bumbung.
Keluasan Puduraya meliputi 52,583 meter persegi dan kekal dengan 24 platform bas. Ia juga dibuka dari pukul 7 pagi hingga 12 malam.
"Kerana kesibukan itu, Stesen Bas Jalan Duta dibina bagi perjalanan ke utara dan Stesen Putra untuk ke Pantai Timur selain Puduraya sendiri yang dikhususkan untuk ke selatan.
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Integrated public transport system consisting of rail and bus services in Klang Valley. It is 100% government-owned company under the Ministry of Finance.
In conjunction with the effort by the Malaysian Government to welcome tourists into the country, Rapid KL has come up with unlimited day travel for only RM2 promotion. This promotion commences from January 16, 2006 and is the most economical way to travel around the city. All the buses that are used are new buses to ensure that you have a comfortable and memorable ride in the city.
Touch 'n Go as your All-Day Pass
The Touch 'n Go card can be used for the payment of RapidKL’s all-day fare (Tempatan, Utama, Bandar and Ekspres buses, and RapidKL Rail systems). Every time a customer places the Touch 'n Go card on a RapidKL reader, the purse value is deducted automatically in accordance to the fares of RapidKL’s All-Day Pass.
The customer can reload up to a minimum value of RM 10.
Value Deduction Method
Customers are required to place the Touch 'n Go card on a reader every time when boarding a bus or train. The maximum deductible per day value is applied, depending on the type of RapidKL service used. A maximum fare of RM 4 only is chargeable if a customer boards the Tempatan, Utama and Bandar buses. However, a maximum fare of RM 7 only is chargeable if a customer uses all the buses and rail services of RapidKL.
Please refer to Rapid Link Website for more info
Monday, May 5, 2008
With an extensive rail track grid covering the length of the Peninsula, what better way to see the country than via the rail service.KTM Berhad has a variety of services which runs from Kuala Lumpur to various parts of the Peninsula.From bustling, oriental Penang to quaint, traditional Tumpat to metropolitan Johor Bahru, KTM Berhad will take you there.Once aboard, you will agree that there is no better way of discovering Malaysia’s myriad of attractions than by rail.
Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, boasts a myriad of attractions. From traditional family attractions (i.e. museums and parks) to thrill-seekers’ paradise (i.e. theme parks), the city has it all.Everything is here in Kuala Lumpur – the tallest building in the world, little India, little China, one of Asia’s tallest towers, mega shopping malls, secluded parks - even the best food from various corners of the country can be found here! However, Kuala Lumpur’s bustling façade belies its ageless charm. Go for a walkabout in Kuala Lumpur, and you’ll see. KTM Berhad’s main railway station is located here, making Kuala Lumpur easily accessible from anywhere in the country.