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Old January 16th, 2009, 03:46 AM   #141
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Bus pick-up points outside old terminal
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THE move to create new pick-up points at the North Klang bus terminal site has not gone down well with commuters and bus operators in Klang.

They are questioning the wisdom of the authorities to close the terminal and the need for the new pick-up points at the site.


For commuters’ convenience: The Wawasan Sutera buses operating from Jalan Pasar.

The Klang Municipal Council (MPK) has kept the terminal closed since the bus service operation was moved to Klang Sentral in Jalan Meru.

A check by StarMetro revealed that the council has turned the site into a pick-up point area, allowing the buses to pick up and drop passangers along Jalan Pos Baru without entering into the old terminal.

While the old terminal area appeared deserted, the roads leading to the former terminal are as congested as before.

Besides the presence of the state buses serving the local routes, the existence of taxis along the shops at the stretch outside the terminal also makes the situation worse.

Commuters are puzzled about why MPK has closed the terminal and then introduce the pick-up scheme.

They want to know why the Pick-up Point 2 is located less than 200m away from Pick-up Point 1 at the terminal area.

“They should allow the buses into the North Klang terminal so that we can enjoy the service from under the shelters as there aren’t shelters here,’’ bus commuter Norlaila Mohd Noor said.

She said it was ridiculous that she had to board a bus to Klang Sentral and another one to Kapar to return home and vice-versa.

“This is causing me extra travel time and money,’’ the 33-year-old nurse said.

Norlaila said the additional trip to Klang Sentral cost her RM1.

College student Teo Chee Yong, 18, said he found it hard to accept that the commuters had been deprived of the former direct access to their destinations due to the relocation of the bus service operation to Klang Sentral.

He said the move had made life difficult for the commuters and the authorities should have considered all aspects before deciding on the move.

“Fortunately, the Wawasan Sutra buses are still operating from North Klang or I can’t imagine the hassle involved in my trip between my house in Jalan Kapar and the college in Klang,’’ he said.

According to Wawasan Sutra Travel and Tours operations manager L. Loges, the company, which operates 70 buses, has not moved its operation to Klang Sentral.

He said the company had been operating services to various parts of Klang, Banting, Kapar, Kuala Selangor and Kuala Lumpur from a stretch in Jalan Pasar.

“We have no choice but to operate just near the old bus terminal to service the commuters,” Loges said.

“The Klang Sentral plan will not work. Hence, our buses will continue to operate from the old terminal site,’’ he said.

Loges said the MPK decision on relocating the terminal operation had caused a lot inconvenience to the public.

Taxi driver Azmir Che Mat, 46, said there were hardly anyone at Klang Sentral and this situation had resulted in him operating from the old terminal site.

According to Tan Chai Seng, 52, a committee member of the Klang Rental Taxi Association, the 100 plus members of the association had been operating at the Jalan Kepayang station for more than 30 years.

“Our business has dropped sharply since the relocation of the terminal operation and we are also in a fix on whether to shift to Klang Sentral or continue at the old venue,’’ he said.

Trader Zulkifli Osman, 35, who operates a snack stall in the sidelane of Jalan Pos Baru, said the relocation had affected his business, causing him to lose more than 50% of his income.

“I expect the situation to get worse in the near future with more buses shifting their operation to the new place,’’ he said.

Ahmad Salimin Ahmad Sak-iman, 37, who operates a booth selling toys at the Plaza MPK next to the old terminal site, said the traders at the complex depended on the bus commuters for business.

“The complex will die a natural death soon,” said the trader, who has been operating business in the area for more than 15 years.

Tan Chee Seng, 52, who operates an ice-kacang and food stall at the fourth floor of the Plaza MPK, said business was bad and that he had resorted to personal delivery service to his customers to survive.

MPK president Mislan Tugiu said the council had done a thorough study before implementing the relocation move.

“We are sorting out the teething problems and hope things will be all right soon,’’ he said.
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Old January 20th, 2009, 03:02 PM   #142
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Old January 23rd, 2009, 10:38 AM   #143
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Why throw out the buses from KL Sentral?

Why throw out the buses from KL Sentral?

Why throw out the buses from KL Sentral?
M Zulkarnain Hamzah | Jan 22, 09 4:10pm
The Association for the Improvement of Mass Transit (Transit) is very dismayed at the recent news that the Kuala Lumpur Sentral bus hub will be closed.

This apparently is due to the commercial development of the only swath of land viable for a bus terminal (which is sandwiched between Jalan Tun Sambanthan and the KL Sentral building).

The KL Sentral's current design does not even take into account buses as a viable and interchangeable mode of public transport that should be integrated with other types of public transport in the Klang Valley.

Even before the planned closure of the only bus terminal in KL Sentral, bus users have had to endure harsh waiting conditions during evening rush-hours along the clogged Jalan Tun Sambanthan.

With the closing of the stage bus terminal and detour of walking paths between KL Sentral and Jalan Tun Sambanthan, the commuting experience any bus-user has to endure in exchanging modes of public transport will be even worse than before.

Transit has forwarded proposals to various government bodies and agencies on the importance of establishing integrated public transport gateways for KL.

The gateways would have direct and unobstructed access for expressway buses (dubbed as Expressway Rapid Transit or ERT) to the already established rapid travel corridors such as the Maju Expressway, Akleh, Duke and the NKVE/Sprint.

With the planned commercialisation of the only vacant areas left around KL Sentral, there will be no adjacent space left for the extension of the existing bus transit hub that allows for rapid and convenient transfer from express (limited-stop and non-stop), trunk and city buses to other modes of public transport.

Without proper terminal for buses, it will be impossible for this so-called integrated public transport hub to be truly effective in serving the vast commuting population east of KL.

If we can share our resources together to build sidewalks, street lamps and city streets, why it is hard for us to get the same allocation to build public transport infrastructure that can better utilise our scarce urban spaces to solve mobility needs in the most effective manner?

We then won't have to worry about beating each other for the scarce road space we've got left. Private transport guzzles more fuel, eats a bigger road space, emits higher pollution and has higher capital and operational expenditure per passenger mile than public transport.

We must dare to question our present approach in solving urban congestion woes and move our mass transit forwards, not backwards.

The writer represents Transit.
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Old February 5th, 2009, 04:15 AM   #144
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Reviving Semenyih Sentral
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THE Semenyih Sentral bus terminal, which was left almost idle for the last three years, is being repositioned to make it a vibrant public transport hub for the southern region of Selangor.

Previously on the verge of becoming a white elephant, the terminal was under-utilised by both bus companies and commuters and subjected to vandalism during the past three years.

The terminal, located a short distance from Semenyih town, is being cleaned up and refurbished to turn it into the main public transportation hub for the residents of Semenyih, Broga, Beranang, Mantin and Pajam.


For the public: The Semenyih Sentral aims to cater for those living in Semenyih, Broga, Beranang, Pajam and Mantin

Bas Bakti Sdn Bhd is now in charge of the Semenyih Sentral, having taken over its management and operation from the Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) this year.

According to Bas Bakti operations manager Rosman Hashim, the company has its own fleet of buses called Le Trans to service six routes while the RapidKL and Road Liner buses also make use of the terminal.

“In addition to an existing active route, the company is re-introducing five routes where bus services stopped 20 years ago. We conducted a survey and discovered that each route has the potential to offer at least 5,000 commuters,” he said.

The six routes are:

> Route 101: Semenyih Sentral to Sungai Tekala, via Sungai Lalang, Kampung Sungai Machang and Kampung Pasir Baru;

> Route 102: Semenyih Sentral to Seremban, via Broga, the Nottingham University, Broga town, Kampung Tarun, Kampung Kapal, Ulu Beranang, Lenggeng, Kampung Rawa Tengah, Kampung Rawa Hilir and Mantin;

> Route 103: Semenyih Sentral to Mantin, via Beranang, Staffield Golf Club and the Kolej Tunku Jaafar;

> Route 104: Semenyih Sentral to Bandar Baru Bangi, via Taman Desa Anggerik, Kampung Sungai Purun, Taman Dalmara, Kampung Batu 3, Kampung Rinching Hilir, Kampung Batu 5, Sri Putra, Bangi, Kampung Teras Jernang, Akademi Percukaian, the Hulu Langat District Office and the PKNS Bangi;

> Route 105: Kajang to Mantin, via Semenyih Sentral, Beranang, the Staffield Golf Club, the Kolej Tunku Jaafar and Mantin; and

> Route 106: Kajang to Seremban, via Semenyih Sentral, Beranang, the Staffield Golf Club, the Kolej Tunku Jaafar, Mantin and Terminal One.

Prior to the re-introduction of the routes, only Route 106 was active.

Villager Fatimah Ujang, 49, said that having buses ply the route to Kampung Rinching Hilir would be of great convenience to the villagers in commuting to town for their shopping and medical needs.

“Most of us cannot afford the taxi fares and have to rely on friends and family for help,” she said.

Rosman said that Bas Bakti was issued 20 permits from the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB) to run operations at the Semenyih Sentral.

“We have a small fleet at the moment and are in the midst of procuring more buses. Our target months are March and June,” he said.

The Le Trans buses may be limited in number but commuters have the option of travelling via RapidKL and Road Liner buses.

It is also hoped that the Cityliner buses will also opt to utilise the terminal.

A taxi stand is being constructed next to the terminal for it to function as a complete one-stop public transport hub. The existing facilities include public toilets and a surau.

Rosman also said that the company was now doing renovation and repair works on the two-storey building.

He said the office and shop lots were available for rental at reasonable rates.

For enquiries, call 019-686 8111 (Rosman) or 019-363 6047 (Azam).
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Old February 10th, 2009, 05:28 AM   #145
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Melaka Historic City Council to buy terminal
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MALACCA: The state government has agreed to sell off its RM61mil Melaka Sentral bus and taxi terminal to the Melaka Historic City Council (MBMB) for RM78mil.

Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said the sale would be finalised once the city council obtained the necessary funds to take over the terminal.

The terminal was built by the state because at the time the city council did not have sufficient funds to do so, he told reporters after chairing the weekly state executive council meeting here recently.

He also said that it was only apt that the council managed the terminal as matters relating to public transportation are one of their core responsibilities.

The ultra modern Melaka Sentral, officiated by the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in May 2004, is fully air-conditioned and also includes a market and commercial lots.

On the subsidence affecting the structure of Melaka Sentral’s market located next to the terminal, he said that a contractor had been appointed to carry out rectification work.

“We hope the local council would get a bank loan to take over the terminal as the state will be able to use the RM78mil to develop its Biotech City in Taboh Naning, Alor Gajah,” he added.

Meanwhile, Mohd Ali also said that the Ministry of Youth and Sports has agreed to buy the RM40mil go-kart track being developed in Ayer Keroh.

The go-kart track is sited on a 11ha site and is to be the longest in Asia with a 10m-wide track covering 1.6km.
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"The ultra modern Melaka Sentral" is a huge exaggeration.
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Old February 11th, 2009, 03:42 PM   #147
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Get reallah where is MBMB going to korek that kind of moneylah!!!!
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Old February 16th, 2009, 04:26 AM   #148
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Stesen bas ekspres Sungai Petani RM10 juta




Bandar Sungai Petani akan mempunyai satu lagi mercu tanda baru apabila Kerajaan Kedah bersetuju membina sebuah stesen bas ekspres yang dilengkapi pusat membeli-belah di Jalan Kuala Ketil di sini, tidak lama lagi.

Projek yang dinamakan Dataran Usahawan bernilai RM10 juta itu akan dibina menggantikan stesen bas ekspres sedia ada yang makin usang.

Pelaksanaan projek yang mengambil masa kira-kira 14 bulan dikendalikan oleh Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Kedah (PKNK) dan kerja-kerja pembinaan dimulakan pada bulan Jun ini.

Jurutera Reka Bentuk PKNK, Mohd. Sobri Mustafa berkata, stesen bas tersebut akan dilengkapi dengan sembilan lorong terminal yang membolehkan bas ekspres berhenti dengan 32 kaunter tiket.

"Projek ini mempunyai keluasan sebanyak 5,632 meter persegi dan sebanyak 65 kedai-kedai turut disediakan bagi memudahkan para penumpang serta orang ramai membeli-belah apabila siap kelak,'' katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian kepada pemberita selepas majlis lawatan kerja dan taklimat projek berkenaan di sini, baru-baru ini.

Hadir bersama ialah Ahli Parlimen Sungai Petani, Johari Abdul.

Menurut Mohd. Sobri, bagi memudahkan pelaksanaan projek, kaunter tiket dan gerai-gerai di stesen bas ekspres sedia ada akan dipindahkan sementara ke tapak Pasar Jumaat yang terletak di seberang Jalan Kuala Ketil.

"Tapak Pasar Jumaat tersebut akan beroperasi sebagai stesen bas ekspres sementara dan kita memberikan jaminan semua kemudahan yang ada di situ adalah sama dengan keadaan sekarang,'' katanya.

Dalam pada itu, Johari berkata, pihaknya berharap PKNK dapat menyediakan kemudahan menunggu bas lebih selesa di stesen bas ekspres sementara itu.

"Kita menerima rungutan daripada orang ramai yang menyatakan mereka kurang selesa semasa menunggu bas.

"Ini kerana tempat menunggu bas yang disediakan tidak berbumbung dan lampu juga tidak mencukupi,'' jelasnya.

Johari juga meminta PKNK supaya menyediakan kemudahan talian telefon dan bekalan elektrik bagi memudahkan pengusaha bas menjalankan urusniaga di situ.- UTUSAN
cool.
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Old February 16th, 2009, 01:57 PM   #149
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Dataran Usahawan Alor Setar sedang dibangunkan oleh PKNK, berhadapan dengan Kompleks Peruda. Selain Alor Setar, sebuah lagi Dataran Usahawan akan dibina di SP yang mempunyai rekabentuk yang lebih menarik dan moden.

Dataran Usahawan SP + Bus Station.
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Old March 6th, 2009, 07:49 AM   #150
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Memorandum kekalkan Klang Sentral
Oleh Tuan Nazuri Tuan Ismail
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Desakan segelintir pihak enggan pindah tidak wajar dilayan

SHAH ALAM: Peniaga, operator bas, pengusaha teksi dan kereta sewa yang beroperasi di Klang Sentral mendesak Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, kekal dengan keputusan menjadikan terminal bas baru itu sebagai hab pengangkutan daerah Klang.

Mereka mahu kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat tidak mengubah keputusan asal untuk menjadikan terminal bas itu sebagai pusat pengangkutan awam yang sistematik dan tidak tunduk dengan desakan segelintir pihak yang enggan berpindah.

Wakil peniaga, Norsiah Mohd Yusuf, berkata usaha pihak tertentu untuk membuka semula stesen bas lama di pusat bandar Klang tidak wajar kerana banyak perbelanjaan sudah dikeluarkan untuk memastikan Klang Sentral mesra pengguna.

"Klang Sentral adalah projek masa depan untuk keselesaan penduduk Klang kerana daerah ini akan mengalami perubahan besar pada masa akan datang termasuk dinaik taraf sebagai bandar raya," katanya kepada Berita Harian.

Norsiah sebelum itu bersama 80 peniaga, pengusaha teksi dan kereta sewa serta operator bas yang beroperasi di Klang Sentral menyerahkan memorandum mendesak Menteri Besar mengekalkan Klang Sentral sebagai stesen pengangkutan awam.

Memorandum itu diserahkan kepada Setiausaha Politik Menteri Besar, Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad di lobi Bangunan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri (SUK), di sini, kelmarin.

Norsiah berkata, memorandum itu turut diserahkan kepada Majlis Perbandaran Klang (MPK) dan Ahli Dewan Undangan (Adun), Dr Abd Rani Osman.

Katanya, memorandum itu berikutan ura-ura kerajaan negeri mahu membuka semula stesen bas lama di pusat bandar kerana ada pengusaha bas dan peniaga yang mendesak ia dibuka semula.

Norsiah mendakwa, Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Tetap Kerajaan Tempatan, Penyelidikan dan Pembangunan negeri, Ronnie Liu pada 28 Februari lalu ada membuat kenyataan bahawa stesen bas lama akan dibuka semula.

"Jika stesen lama dibuka semula, ia sama sekali tidak adil kepada kami semua yang sudah melabur untuk membuka perniagaan di Klang Sentral.

"Stesen bas lama juga akan menyebabkan trafik di pusat bandar bertambah teruk berikutan kerja membina jalan ketika ini," katanya.

Norsiah berkata, semua operator bas bersetuju memindahkan semua operasi bas ke Klang Sentral dan sanggup dikenakan tindakan termasuk permit digantung jika ingkar arahan itu.

Katanya, hanya satu operator bas yang enggan berpindah selain meletak bas di tempat mengambil dan menurun penumpang di pusat bandar, tanpa dikenakan tindakan oleh MPK.

"Kita mendesak kerajaan negeri tidak tunduk dengan desakan segelintir pihak sebaliknya kekal dengan keputusan asal yang disokong majoriti," katanya.
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duduk melayan kerenah orang macam ni lah padahnya....semua kerja tak jalan....
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Old March 6th, 2009, 01:56 PM   #152
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"The ultra modern Melaka Sentral" is a huge exaggeration.
well it is ultra modernlah if you compare it with others within our country, it is better then putrajaya sentral and light years away from puduraya and kotaraya than our nation capital called a bus station...not to mention ther makeshif bus hub in klcc,titiwangsa, ampang point and manyother
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The most modern bus terminal in Malaysia may go to BTS, later hehe
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BTS??? kat mane
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Bandar Tasik Selatan
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Old March 6th, 2009, 02:18 PM   #156
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satu perkara...sampai sekarang tak ada BTS terminal rendering pun!!!?!
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BTS and Terminal putra

satu lagi projek kerajaan barisan nasional yg gagal dan terbengkalai..

and last raya, they send all southbound busses to bukit jalil carpark area.....

and its is a much better of a hub than the current puduraya..except for one retart dumb reason; that you have to bought the ticket at pudu but board the bus at bukit jalil
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BTS is already under construction, i doubt it is failure...

Whereas Gombak still has no construction and more worrying, the northern bus terminal, is depends on the construction of Kota Damansara-Cheras line!
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BTS is already under construction, i doubt it is failure...

Whereas Gombak still has no construction and more worrying, the northern bus terminal, is depends on the construction of Kota Damansara-Cheras line!
????!!!!!!!
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????!!!!!!!
http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/bm....php?id=357100

Here...

Have to wait for new LRT line first, maybe only by then, we know the northern bus terminal location...
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