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Time to revamp KL transport system

Most believed that the government should direct more attention to the existing public transport services as reducing traffic congestion in the city would contribute to improving the economic well-being of the nation and people.

They also agreed that the key area needing improvement is transportation, and if the transportation woes are resolved, other areas will follow through.

It was also pointed out that there are many agencies involved in the management of public transportation in the city and that there is a need for one autonomous centralised authority to operate the system like what Singapore, Vancouver and Berlin are having.

The bottom line is that Kuala Lumpur needs to get a grip on its transport problem now, and only then would its residents enjoy a better quality of life.

To say that the government is not doing anything is not true as there are plans to construct a new 42km Kota Damansara-Cheras LRT line and to extend the Kelana Jaya and Ampang LRT lines. There are also plans to buy more train coaches and stage buses.

But many transport advocates see the whole scenario as overlooking the big picture.



Take the buses, for instance. According to the Association for the Improvement of Mass-Transit in Klang Valley (Transit), the KL bus service is geared towards the peak hours and during the day you can see buses lined up and waiting at the old city areas of KL.

“Areas of congestion in old KL can be found at the bus stop areas in Lebuh Ampang (Medan Tunku), Jalan Tun H.S. Lee and the Kota Raya area where the Metrobuses are treating the area like their parking garage,” Transit adviser Moaz Yusof Ahmad said.

“There is also the Pasar Seni LRT station, the site of the Pasarama Kota, the so-called Klang Bus Stand and the unofficial Seremban bus stand. which block the traffic along the main road,” Moaz said.

These buses wait in the areas for passengers, blocking traffic and polluting the surrounding area with their burning diesel fuel.

According to Moaz, the solution lies in enforcement to keep buses moving, and building a new staging area for urban buses.

He said the DBKL should station officers in the area to monitor the buses, ensuring that each bus should have a maximum 10-minute waiting time before it had to get on the road, whether its passenger load was full or not.

In the long term, a new staging area will have to be built in KL for the urban buses. The best solution is to take advantage of the Puduraya and Plaza Rakyat areas and ensure that there is a hub and staging area for urban buses built there.

All improvement to public transport must consider the needs of the elderly, the young, and the disabled and must be designed to make it easier for people to use public transport. Improved access to public transport means that service can be faster, congestion can be reduced, and people will find it more convenient.

StarMetro is inviting feedback from city folk on ways to solve the traffic problmes in KL. Please send your emails to metro@thestar.com.my. Com-ments can also be sent to the Transit email address at: klangvalley.transit@gmail.com. The Transit website is at http://transitmy.org.

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It is to to offset negative growth in other segments


PETALING JAYA: The construction industry, which saw a dearth of jobs last year, has caught a glimpse of up-coming jobs from the stimulus spending this year.

This will be counter-cyclical in the sense that while the industry shrank last year, it may expand in a year of economic slowdown as the Government ramps up construction to offset negative growth in other sectors.

Analysts sense this impending recovery. CIMB Research last week said IJM Corp Bhd was eyeing nine major contracts worth at least RM9.4bil in total.

Eight are domestic projects. These include the job to build a hospital in Putrajaya, two packages involving the Pahang-Selangor interstate water project, the West Coast Expressway, the new low-cost carrier terminal in Sepang, work related to the Penang Second Bridge project and upcoming contracts to extend the existing two light rail transit (LRT) lines in the Klang Valley.


Contracts to extend the existing two LRT lines in the Klang Valley are among the upcoming projects.

All these contracts are in various stages of negotiations, and tenders for some of these projects are yet to be called.

Other companies were also reported to be in the running for some of the projects being targeted by IJM. The prospective IJM job list gave some insight into the value of big domestic construction works that are in the pipeline.

From The Star Online Tuesday April 14, 2009

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RapidKL - Change service hours


RapidKL is an integrated BUS & RAIL public transportation company in Klang Valley

RapidKL is the main service provider of mass public transportation in the Klang Valley via our integrated rail and bus network.
We operate the Kelana Jaya Rail Line (previously known as PUTRA) and the Ampang Rail Line (previously known as STAR) together with a network of 161 bus routes. Our integrated transportation network transports approximately 4 million passengers every week with 908 buses and 48 rail stations operating daily.

Change in service hours on Kelana Jaya Line

Petaling Jaya, 27 April 2009: Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras Sdn Bhd (RapidKL) would like to inform that an upgrading works will be implemented for Kelana Jaya Line on the following dates :
1. Sunday, 3 May 2009
2. Sunday, 10 May 2009
3. Sunday, 17 May 2009
4. Sunday, 24 May 2009
Pursuant to that, the LRT service between Pasar Seni and Dato' Keramat Stations will start operations after 10.00 am.


RapidKL changes bus route no. T429

Petaling Jaya, 30 March 2009 - There will be some changes on RapidKL's bus route T429 (Putrajaya Sentral - Cyberjaya Transport Terminal) commencing 1 April 2009 (Wednesday).

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