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Old January 1st, 2012, 09:16 AM   #21
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Rapid Penang, an abbreviation for Rapid Penang Sendirian Berhad, is a government-owned company set up to operate bus services in Penang state in Malaysia. Rapid Penang began operations on 31 July 2007.
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Kuching Sentral a new hub for public transport
by Peter Sibon, Posted on January 12, 2012, Thursday
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KUCHING: The RM100-million Regional Bus Terminal known as Kuching Sentral located at Mile 6, Jalan Penrissen will provide a new dimension for public transport services in the state, said the chairman of Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar.

He added that with the completion of the complex, Kuching has moved upward in providing an integrated public transport as well as a business hub.
“This new complex will provide a new dimension in providing services to members of the public especially for bus services and business opportunities. It should be well patronised,” Syed Hamid told the media after making a working visit to Kuching Sentral here yesterday.

He was also optimistic that the request by the developer of the project, Permodalan Assar Sdn Bhd (PASB), for an additional sum of RM17.9 million would be approved by the federal government.

“They have mentioned (the request) to us. SPAD is not fully integrated into Sarawak and Sabah. Though I can’t commit, I am sure they have access (to the federal government),” he said.

Syed Hamid also disclosed that SPAD had not fully spread its network to both Sarawak and Sabah, thus needing more time for it to build its base here so as to provide better facilities for the public.

PASB general manager Ghazali Ismail said the new bus terminal would fully be operational in March while other business outlets in the complex would start their operations soon.

Though the project was slightly delayed, he was happy that the contractor was committed to finishing it.

The complex is owned by Kuching Sentral Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of PASB, a state government-link company.

Strategically located two minutes away from Kuching International Airport, Kuching Sentral will form a new hub for the transportation industry and will cater for regional express buses travelling on daily routes to Sri Aman, Sarikei, Sibu, Pontinak, Brunei and Sabah.

It will be able to accommodate about 12,000 passengers when fully operational.

It is an integrated complex with retail stores, hypermarkets, food court, kiosks, restaurants and international fast food outlets.

Public facilities comprise bus bays, car and motorcycles parks, taxi stands, commercial van bays, luggage facilities services, surau, ticketing counters and an air-conditioned waiting area.

Other facilities include Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and closed circuit television (CCTV) and LCD panels to display the arrivals and departures of buses.

Kuching Sentral will be a modern air-conditioned bus terminal with peoples’ comfort in mind.
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CM sees lighter side of Malacca monorail controversy
By R.S.N. MURALI Tuesday December 13, 2011
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On the right track: Models posing next to a replica of the new Malacca Tourist
Monorail coach that will begin services once the second phase has been
completed in February 2013.


MALACCA: Despite the endless glitches that has struck the Malacca Tourist Monorail, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said there is a bright side to the issue.

“I know many quarters have criticised the monorail service due to the glitches but we are optimistic it will gain popularity once the flaws have been rectified.

“It has gained fame thanks to the media reports about the earlier problems,” he said, when officiating at the ground-breaking of the second phase of the service at Jalan Tun Mutahir here yesterday.

Mohd Ali said the service had malfunctioned 27 times since its launch in October last year.

“We almost made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for encountering countless breakdowns,” he quipped.

“But on the bright side, a recent breakdown that caused two tourists to be trapped was flashed by the media globally.

“Now, tourists want to be ferried on our monorail, so that they could proudly say they had the opportunity to ride on the so-called troubled service,” Mohd Ali said.

He said the state government had recently commissioned two Chinese engineers from manufacturer Unis Technology Company Limited, to oversee and resolve problems plaguing the monorail operation.

Mohd Ali said the Chinese engineers discovered that the previous glitches were mainly caused by improper handling of the monorail system by local technicians.

“The engineers are now sharing their expertise on the appropriate way of operating the system so that it would not halt midway,” he said.

On the second phase, Mohd Ali said the 1.3km track will connect the Taman Rempah station to Jalan Tun Ali and Jalan Tun Rempah.

The RM21mil project is expected to be completed by February 2013.

Mohd Ali said the second phase would include traffic and signalling management systems to ensure passengers' safety.

A new coach, which can carry 24 passengers with improved safety features, will be used in the second phase.
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Customs Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex, Malacca



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PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his Singaporean counterpart Lee Hsien Loong will meet for the Malaysia-Singapore Leaders' Retreat here Thursday.

Najib and Lee will be appraising progress of the existing bilateral cooperation as well as exploring new initiatives and potentials to further strengthen relations between Malaysia and Singapore.

Their respective Cabinet Ministers and senior officials will accompany the two leaders.

On June 27 last year, Malaysia and Singapore signed the Agreement to Implement the 1990 Points of Agreement on Malayan Railway (KTMB) land in Singapore.

Wisma Putra said there has been significant progress in the implementation of this Agreement, including its aspects relating to co-operation in Iskandar Malaysia, reflecting the strong commitment by the leaderships of both countries to elevate the bilateral ties to a greater height.

A Leaders' joint statement will be issued at the end of the retreat.

The Leaders' Retreat was first held in May 2007 in Langkawi followed by one hosted by Singapore in 2010.
Johor-Singapore rail link to be ready by 2018
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A mass rail link between Singapore and Malaysia’s southern Johor state is targeted to be ready by 2018, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said.

Singapore and Malaysia are also considering an underground road connection and will study the viability of water taxis to boost links, he said in Putrajaya, outside Kuala Lumpur.

Malaysia has proposed selling electricity to Singapore, he said. -- Bloomberg
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Penang unveils RM8b traffic mitigation blueprint
By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal
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KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 14 — The Penang government today announced an ambitious RM8 billion plan to construct four major road and tunnel projects that aim to reduce traffic congestion in the state.

Touting it as the state government’s biggest infrastructure exercise to date, Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said the projects — all of which will be conducted via open tender — will also allow greater access between the island and the mainland.

The proposed projects are a third (tunnel) link connecting Gurney Drive to Seberang Perai North District, a by-pass connecting Gurney Drive to the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu expressway, a link between Bandar Baru Air Itam to the same expressway, as well as a paired road to the existing coastal road from Tanjung Bungah to Teluk Bahang.

“We need a northern link connecting Gurney Drive to Butterworth, to make it easier for people in the mainland to come to the island, and this will ease up congestion in addition to the two Penang bridges.

“The estimated costs for this project will be between RM5 [and] RM8 billion and expected to be completed by 2020,” Lim told reporters here.

The Penang CM said the state government will not provide any payments for the projects, and that the costs incurred will be recovered through a “competitive land swap” deals with prospective companies.

Lim said his administration will provide a preliminary financial proposal that will include the planned financing structure as well as bids to recover costs.

“The proposed land swap will involve the best prime land in Penang, which is in Gurney... the price of land in Penang will increase over the next few years, and this will benefit the companies who will undertake the road and tunnel projects.”

He also said his administration was also looking at the possibility of conducting a toll system for the projects once they are completed, but added this was provisional and would depend on what interested companies had to offer.

A pre-qualification exercise briefing for prospective companies will be held in Penang on November 29. Application and questionnaire pro-forma forms will be given out then and bidders must submit the forms by 12pm, January 2012.

Works will tentatively begin sometime in 2015.

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Melaka Pays RM7.7 Million To Take Over Stage Bus Operations
January 26, 2012 17:04 PM
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MELAKA, Jan 26 (Bernama) -- The state government will take over the stage bus operations in the state from Feb 1 following the payment of RM7.7 million in compensation to the 10 operators today, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said.

The payment is for 110 buses totalling RM5.4 million and 118 workers involving a sum of RM1.8 million as well as additional compensation of RM500,000.

"We hope that the move will translate into a better public transportation system for the people of Melaka although it has resulted in some losses to the state government," he told reporters after witnessing the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Panorama Melaka Cultural and Tourism (PMCT) Sdn Bhd and the 10 operators.

The operators are Syarikat Perusahaan Kenderaan Hj Aziz Bin Alias Sdn Bhd, Syarikat Town Bus Service Bhd, Syarikat Malacca Omnibus Service Sdn Bhd, Syarikat Bas Tai Lye Sdn Bhd, Syarikat Patt Hup Transport Sdn Bhd, Syarikat Bas Tuah Sdn Bhd, Syarikat Batang Bus Sdn Bhd, Syarikat Salira Transport & Tours Sdn Bhd, Syarikat Roda Juara Sdn Bhd and Syarikat Bas Wira Sdn Bhd.

Mohd Ali said issues concerning the payment, which had been delayed previously, had been resolved following the RM8.8 million assistance from the Melaka Foundation, Chief Minister Incorporated, Melaka Historical City Council, state government, Hang Tuah Jaya Municipal Council and Syarikat Air Melaka Berhad.

Mohd Ali said the operation would now be handled by PMCT Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of the Chief Minister Inc, under the name Panorama.

Among the improvements to be carried out are the replacement of all 141 buses, introduction of computerised ticketing and expansion of bus routes from 80 to 141, including to the rural areas.

He said so far, 10 Panorama buses had begun operations while the rest would come on stream in stages within the next one year.

He said all the buses were leased from SCOMI Special Vehicle Sdn Bhd at a cost of between RM10,000 and RM13,000 each a month.

Meanwhile, Melaka Bus Association chairman Razali Endun said the move was timely.

"The stage bus operations in the state have long been suffering with losses and the situation deteriorated during the last five years due to the increase in the prices of parts and diesel," he said.

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The Panorama Melaka bus service has been given a boost in a bid to transform the company towards a reliable and efficient public transport operator in Melaka. Launched by Chief Minister of Melaka, Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam on Friday, 1st October 2010, 10 brand-new midibuses were brought in to replace the current fleet of full-sized citybuses. The Hino XZU423RD1 buses were assembled by Scomi Coach and is licensed to carry as many as 31 passengers. Dubbed as the Coaster Bus, the 10 units are to replace 8 buses which were leased from Town Bus. The buses have since been returned to the owner. With the acquisition of the new fleet, PMCT is gearing up for a big expansion in the near future as it announces plans to introduce more routes in and around Melaka. PMCT, which also owns the 2 unique ex-London double-decker buses, will be able to oversee the operations of the buses it owns and manage it more efficiently. PMCT is expecting more such buses to be rolled out progressively in the coming months.
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Ipoh Central Public Transportation Hub, Perak

RM38mil terminal almost complete and to be operational in June
By IVAN LOH Friday March 2, 2012
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Coming soon: The Integrated Bus Terminal and Complex in
Bandar Meru Raya will serve as an inter-city bus terminal.


THE construction of the RM38mil Ipoh Integrated Bus Terminal and Complex in Bandar Meru Raya near Jelapang is almost done and would be in time for operations in June.

Perak executive councillor Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon said the project is about 80% done and is expected to be completed in April.

“We are very excited that the project is almost done.

“It will be fully operational in June like we anticipated,” he told The Star.

The three-storey terminal and complex by Combined Bus Services Sdn Bhd (CBSB) is built on a 3.4ha plot of land in Bandar Meru Raya.

The project, which began in 2010, would consist of a business centre, food court, basement car park and petrol kiosk.

It would serve as an inter-city bus terminal to be connected to the Ipoh central bus station via shuttle bus service.

Dr Mah said that CBSB had replaced 100 old buses with new air-conditioned ones last year.

The remaining 150 old buses would be phased out by year-end, he added.

College student Law Pei Yee, 20, said the terminal would help ease traffic congestion along Jalan Raja Dr Nazrin Shah, in which the existing Medan Gopeng inter-city bus station was situated.

Law, who travels frequently on buses between Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur, said with fewer buses plying Jalan Raja Dr Nazrin Shah, motorists would have a smoother journey.

“The traffic jam there is horrible, especially during peak period between 5pm and 6pm.

“It is common for me to return home late because of the traffic,” she added.

Law, from Tasek, said she was looking forward to seeing the terminal up and running.

“I hear that it will be a big and beautiful place. I hope to see it in operation soon,” she added.

Kaye Yeap, 30, from Taman Cempaka, however, was not receptive to the complex as it was not built within the city.

“Jelapang is quite far from the city and it will be a hassle for a lot of passengers.

“There are those who stay nearer to the city area and their friends or family members will need to drive all the way to the terminal to pick them up,” said Yeap, a purchaser who works in Penang.

She added that taking a taxi to the city would also be expensive.
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Nadi Putra is the trade name of Putrajaya intra-city bus services that has been in operation since July 1999.
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