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Sistem Maklumat CCTV Bersepadu


Sistem Maklumat Pengangkutan Bersepadu (ITIS) 's webcam sistem lalu lintas secara langsung dan selari. Ia akan membolehkan anda untuk melihat imej masa agak sebenar daripada kamera lalu lintas di lokasi terpilih.

Terdapat juga beberapa jenis sistem maklumat masa nyata kesesakan yang boleh diakses dengan melayari ke Laman ITIS dan klik maklumat lalu lintas masa nyata. Anda akan dapat lihat peta di atasnya. Hanya pilih yang kawasan yang anda ingin lihat melalui link di sebelah kiri dan versi yang lebih besar dengan tanda-tanda lalu lintas yang licin, lambat, atau sesak akan muncul. Laman Web ITIS juga mempunyai maklumat terkini tentang maklumat penutupan jalan terbaru.

Klik http://www.itis.com.my/
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Klang bus stand will close from Nov 1, 2011


The famous Klang bus stand which is located beside Pasar Seni LRT Station will close from Nov 1 2011 for My Rapid Transit (MRT) project. Commuters are remember to take note on the new location for the buses original depart from Klang bus stand.

All the RapidKL buses will depart from Jalan Sultan Mohamed terminal which is just outside of Pasar Seni LRT Station (Where U40 and U41 depart now) except for route U91. U91 will departs from Pudu Sentral (Formerly known as Puduraya) together with Causeway Link 58k, Cityliner 710 and Seranas 99.

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Perhidmatan Bas untuk Wanita

Para wanita menyambut menyambut baik langkah RapidKL memperkenalkan bas untuk perempuan saja, tetapi menekankan bahawa masih banyak yang perlu dilakukan untuk mengatasi gangguan seksual di akar-akarnya.

Mereka juga mengulas bahawa ini tidak hanya harus menjadi tindakan sementara untuk menyampaikan mesej yang tepat kepada umum.

"Apa yang membimbangkan langkah berasingan perlu diadakan juga ketika berada dalam barisan beratur di kaunter, kedai, pawagam dan ruang awam yang lain untuk lelaki dan wanita di masa terdekat," kata Pertubuhan Bantuan Perempuan (WAO) Ivy Josiah Pengarah Eksekutif.

"Hal ini juga dapat membawa kita untuk berfikir bahawa pemisahan wanita dari lelaki adalah satu cara untuk menghentikan gangguan seksual.

Yang kita perlukan adalah perubahan pola pikir secara keseluruhan," katanya, menambah bahawa bas perempuan hanya perlu menjadi pilihan dan tidak semestinya wajib.

Women's Action Society (Awam) program perwira senior Abigail de Vries juga mengulas bahawa perkhidmatan tidak akan mengatasi masalah gangguan seksual pada akar.

"Kami memahami keperluan untuk perkhidmatan bas hanya perempuan sebagai perempuan menghadapi gangguan di tempat pengangkutan umum setiaphari.

"Tapi perkhidmatan ini tidak menyelesaikan masalah gangguan.

"Ini bukan peluru ajaib. Sampai laki-laki dan masyarakat pada umumnya belajar menghargai perempuan dan melayan mereka dengan sesuai, gangguan seksual akan terus, "katanya.

Rapid KL telah melancarkan ujian untuk perkhidmatan bas pertama perempuan hanya untuk meningkatkan kesihatan wanita dan keselamatan.

Rapid Lady perkhidmatan Bus selama tujuh laluan dengan jumlah penumpang tertinggi mulai Dec 1 dan akan berakhir pada 31 Dis 2011.

Ada dua perkhidmatan bas pada 06:45 dan 07:30 dan 18:00 dan 18:45 setiap hari.
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New Extension LRT/KTM Kommuter Project

LRT Extension / KTM Komuter Extension
LRT Extension
- Kelana Jaya - Putra Height [START SOON] - 2010-2013
- Sri Petaling - Putra Height [START SOON] - 2010-2013
KTM Komuter Extension
- Sentul - Batu Caves [COMPLETED 2010]
- Seremban - Sungai Gadut [UNDER CONSTRUCTION] - 2010-2011










Gamuda Bhd and MMC Corp, two Malaysian construction companies, may team up with the government to help build a passenger rail network in Kuala Lumpur, a Gamuda executive said.

Work on the project may start in July, Gamuda group managing director Lin Yun Ling told reporters in Shah Alam, near the capital. He didn’t elaborate.

The rail project is among the US$444 billion of private sector-led projects identified by the Malaysian government to spur investments and accelerate growth in Southeast Asia’s third-largest economy. Besides the rail network, the plan includes developing a nuclear energy industry and a shopping district to rival Singapore’s Orchard Road.


Shares of Gamuda, a construction and property group based in Petaling Jaya, outside the Malaysian capital, climbed 1.6 per cent to RM3.83 at 11:45 a.m. in Kuala Lumpur trading. MMC, a power and construction company based in Kuala Lumpur, slid as much as 1.1 per cent to RM2.79.

Gamuda and MMC, which proposed the mass-transit system, will likely be the master planners of the project if they offer the best pricing, Second Finance Minister Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah said Nov. 2011.



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Integrated transport terminal at Bandar Tasik Selatan


The RM570 million integrated transport terminal at Bandar Tasik Selatan here promises city commuters a comfortable and convenient balik kampung experience when it starts operating on Jan 1, 2011.

Operating just like an airport, terminal operator Maju Terminal Management and Services (Maju TMAS) will not only focus on providing high-technology facilities, but will also create an environmentally friendly surrounding.

Maju TMAS managing director Roslan Mohd Shariff said the new terminal will be "very different" from other bus terminals in the country.

"We might be a newcomer in managing a bus terminal, but we have made this terminal different to benefit not only commuters, but also bus operators," he told the New Straits Times yesterday.

"One of the special features is the centralised ticketing system where Maju TMAS will be selling the tickets on behalf of bus operators to put an end to touting activities."

Tickets sold will bear passengers' names, similar to that of boarding passes issued by airlines.

The terminal, which was designed to cater to 40,000 commuters, will be handling 1,100 bus trips from the south and north regions.

Buses arriving at the terminal will wait at a special holding area of 100 bays before being instructed to move to a vacant bay at the arrival area.

Following the go-green effort, the terminal has more than 10,000 species of flora as part of its landscape.

Roslan said the terminal was also designed to receive as much natural light as possible where the building was mostly covered with transparent glass.

In terms of maintenance and security, he said Maju TMAS promised to keep the terminal in its best care.

"We have experience in managing buildings and will not compromise on the standards of security and maintenance.

"I believe a world-class terminal should come with a world-class maintenance and security system. Not only the government will be impressed, but also the rakyat will be proud of the terminal."

The terminal has 500 closed-circuit television cameras, with 200 to 250 police officers on duty.

It also forms part of the government's initiative to move the north- and south-bound long-haul buses to a new location outside the city centre.

Taking about three years to complete, the terminal was constructed by Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd and covers an area of 19.8ha.

The terminal has six floors, 55 bus platforms, 150 taxi bays, 1,000 parking bays (including dedicated bays for women) and 1,800 seats for the public in the fully air-conditioned waiting halls.

Read the full article:
http://www.nst.com.my/articles/10tmnl/Article/
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Gombak integrated transport terminal


Gombak integrated transport terminal (ITT) has been revived and will open early next year, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat.

"Based on current plans, ITT seeks to dissolve the 780 north and east-bound bus that is placed in the center of the city and ease traffic congestion," said Ong, a journalist at the conference after visiting the location of the terminal in Jakarta on Tuesday.

[TRANSIT: We assume that the focus will be on the shifting of bus operations in the circular bus terminal near the Titiwangsa LRT / Monorail station first, then the east-bound bus when the beach is near the Putra PWTC Stop.]

He said ITT will be managed and designed and operated to meet the needs of inter-modal and has a capacity for 4,000 daily bus passengers. "It will be deleted-friendly and will offer to turn over 20 minutes of time," he said, adding the terminal will be renamed East Integrated Terminal (Terminal Integrated East). Ong also said the terminal would encourage people to use the facilities 'park-and-ride'.

[TRANSIT: Since the terminal is located next to the LRT station]
RM200mil terminal development is expected to be funded beginning in June, after the bidder winner was announced. Terminal will be built in two phases on a parcel of 13.35ha of land a stone throw from the terminal at the Putra LRT Gombak.
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Hentian Bas Tasik Selatan



KUALA LUMPUR 12 April 2009 - Masalah kesesakan bas ekspres di Hentian Puduraya di sini dijangka diatasi apabila Projek Terminal Pengangkutan Bersepadu di Bandar Tasik Selatan dan juga projek seumpamanya di Gombak siap hujung tahun depan 2010.

Presiden Persatuan Pengusaha Bas Seluruh Malaysia (PMBOA), Datuk Mohamad Ashfar Ali berkata, kedua-dua projek kerajaan itu mampu menampung peningkatan perkhidmatan bas ekspres ketika ini.

Ini kerana, katanya, projek di Bandar Tasik Selatan itu dikhaskan kepada perjalanan bas ke negeri-negeri selatan manakala di Gombak membabitkan perjalanan ke utara.

''Kita percaya pelaksanaan kedua-dua projek itu akan mengurangkan kesesakan di Hentian Puduraya yang sekarang masih jadi tumpuan utama sedangkan ruangnya sempit dan terhad.

''Selagi kedua-dua projek terminal berkenaan belum siap, penumpang perlu faham masalah yang sedang dihadapi di Hentian Puduraya,'' katanya ketika dihubungi Utusan Malaysia di sini hari ini.

Beliau mengulas aduan penumpang bas ekspres melalui ruangan Forum Utusan Malaysia baru-baru ini yang mendakwa ada pemandu pengangkutan awam itu yang memberhentikan bas hampir satu kilometer dari bangunan Hentian Puduraya.

Tindakan itu didakwa menyebabkan penumpang terpaksa berjalan jauh ke hentian berkenaan walaupun dalam cuaca panas atau hujan.

Mohamad Ashfar menjelaskan, sebelum ini PMBOA sendiri sering menerima aduan daripada penumpang bas ekspres berhubung masalah sama.










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