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Old May 3rd, 2012, 04:06 PM   #41
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Public transport terminal to be more efficiently supervised
Published: Thursday May 3, 2012 MYT 7:26:00 PM
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SHAH ALAM: The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) will introduce the Terminal Licensing method so that the existing terminals can be upgraded and supervised in a more efficient manner by the terminal owners so that they will be comparable with world standard terminals.

Its chairman, Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar said the move was made so that the public transportation system could provide services that fulfilled the needs of the customers for comfort and security in line with the objectives of the Land Public Transport Act 2010.

"For this purpose, we drew up the Blueprint in gathering the views of all parties involved directly or indirectly in the Public Transportation Industry, before the implementation of the licensing is imposed on the owners of the terminal," he told reporters after opening the Workshop on the Blueprint for the Licensing of the Land Transport Terminal at the Concorde Hotel, here Thursday.

The one-day workshop was attended by about 100 participants comprising Terminal operators, Local Authorities, non-governmental organisations including the handicapped, bus company operators, taxi associations and transport planning experts.

He said more than 300 public transport terminals in Peninsular Malaysia made up of railway, bus and taxi terminals were in poor condition including in terms of basic infrastructure, maintenance, cleanliness and facilities. - Bernama
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Ipoh without an LRT service has only the public bus and taxis to enable the man in the street to get around. A survey carried out by Ipoh Echo shows that members of the public chorused their complaints in unison that “the project needs to move faster.” All they wanted was improved service immediately, and a comfortable journey at an affordable cost. They were not interested in a new hub, only service and affordability.



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Bus Schedule Pahang..

Hi, now we can book the bus ticket online.

I thk it can check the price and bus schedule for Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand.

I normally will buy the bus ticket from Penang to Pahang online.

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Many interested in developing high-speed intra-city commuter train for Iskandar
By ZAZALI MUSA Monday November 19, 2012
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JOHOR BARU: The proposal to develop the intra-city commuter train (ICCT) service for Iskandar Malaysia is still open and interested parties are invited to submit their proposals on the project.

Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) chief executive officer Datuk Ismail Ibrahim said there were no reasons to stop those interested in the project from doing so.

He said although Irda had received a proposal on the project by Metropolitan Commuter Network Sdn Bhd (MCN), the Federal Government had yet to make a decision on it.

“There is no exclusivity on the part of MCN and we do not deny other interested parties from proposing the project to us,” Ismail told StarBiz.

He said the high-speed train (HST) project has attracted many potential investors, and companies could submit their proposals for the intercity rail project in Iskandar Malaysia.

The feasibility study on the HST project will be completed by the end of the year and the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) will submit its findings on the project to the Government in the first quarter of 2013.

It will only take 80 minutes on the high-speed train from Kuala Lumpur to Johor Baru and 90 minutes to Singapore.

“We (Johor and Irda) have done our part to support the proposal, but supporting does not tantamount to agreeing to the project to be implemented in Iskandar Malaysia,” said Ismail.

He recalled last year when several newspapers had misquoted Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman, who is also Irda co-chairman, as saying that Johor had agreed to the MCN's project.

MCN is a joint-venture company between KUB Malaysia Bhd and Malaysia Masteel Works (KL) Bhd and the company had proposed to the Government to construct and operate the rail transit network in Iskandar Malaysia.

The company had proposed to develop the RM1.23bil rail network covering 100km to serve all the major suburbs in the country's first economic growth corridor.

Under the proposal, seven new stations will be built along the route together with 16 halts and the rail network will also include a shuttle service from JB Sentral in the city centre to Woodlands in Singapore.


Among the areas to be covered by the service are Nusajaya along with major developments such as Legoland Theme Park, EduCity, the Johor Premium Outlets and the Senai Hi-Tech Park.

The ICCT is expected to start operations by 2013, with total deployment of 19 three-car trains.

“The Johor state government is not the approving authority of the project as it comes under the purview of agencies in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya,” said Ismail.

Johor and Irda supported the proposal by MCN as well as those from other companies as there is demand for the project.

Ismail pointed out that approval of the project had to be given by the Transport Ministry, the Finance Ministry, the Economic Planning Unit, the Public-Private Partnership Unit of the Prime Minster's Department and SPAD.

He said more details and review were needed by the approving parties before a decision could be made on the ICCT project to ensure its viability.

Ismail said other than supporting the proposal, Irda could not say more on the intercity rail transit network.

“Nevertheless, we noted the high implementation cost for the project while coverage is somewhat limited compared with the other public transport system,” he said.

Meanwhile, SPAD chairman Tan Sri Syed Hamid Syed Jaafar Albar had said in September that there was no study conducted on the ICCT project in Iskandar Malaysia.

“No study is as good as not having such a project in Iskandar Malaysia, but we always welcome those who are interested to send their proposals to us,” he said.
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Scomi eyes Penang monorail deal
By Sharen Kaur Published: 2012/11/21
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...cle/index_html

Scomi Engineering Bhd says it is keen to participate in the RM2 billion Penang monorail project and will bid for the job when the government calls for tenders next year.

"We won the bid before and are keen to tender again. We are very well prepared to execute the project," its group chief operating officer of transport solutions Kanesan Veluppillai told Business Times.

The Penang monorail was proposed under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) and Northern Corridor Economic Region. Tenders were called by the Federal government in November 2007.

In January 2008, government-owned Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd issued a letter of intent for the RM1.6 billion job to a consortium comprising Scomi Engineering, Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd and Penang Port Commission.

Other contenders for the job were Melewar Industrial Group Bhd and its partner Putera Capital Bhd, as well as MMC-Metrail Sdn Bhd.

The government, however, shelved the project during the mid-term review of the 9MP, in favour of people-centred developments.

Penang, with a population of about 1.5 million people and registered private vehicles exceeding two million, requires a new mode of transport due to heavy congestion.

It is understood the government has proposed the Penang monorail project to cabinet for approval. The project is expected to cost over RM2 billion due to changes to the alignment and more stations needed.

Under the initial plan, two lines were proposed - Tanjung Tokong to the Penang International Airport via Scotland Road, Jalan Air Itam and the Penang State Mosque; and Paya Terubong to Weld Quay Terminal, via Jalan Air Itam, Jalan Dato' Keramat, and Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak (Komtar).

On government-owned Kuala Lumpur monorail system, Kanesan clarified that Scomi Engineering is keen to participate in the project as an engineering, procurement and construction contractor, supplying the systems and trains to Prasarana.

"We have not looked at taking it private and to enter the concession business. However, we will continue to play a role as a systems supplier and designer in the transportation business," he said.

Business Times reported yesterday that Scomi Engineering wants to take the KL monorail system private and expand the services to Bandar Sunway, Selangor, in a deal that could be worth over RM3 billion.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) will conduct a study to look into public transport alternatives such as a monorail system to ease traffic congestion in the state.

SPAD chairman Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar said the study was expected to take between 12 and 16 months to complete.

"So far, SPAD notices the need to increase the number of buses and taxis. But we are aware that there is a limit to this.

"Thus, we will look at other alternatives, such as the monorail as announced by the Prime Minister recently," he said.

He disclosed this to reporters after officiating the opening of the new SPAD office in Bayan Baru here Thursday.

The office is expected to provide facilities to more than 7,000 operators of land public transport services in the state in dealing with SPAD.
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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
Malaysia-Singapore rapid transit system gets green light
By Nelson Benjamin The Star/Asia News Network Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013
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SINGAPORE - Malaysia and Singa**pore have agreed to go ahead with the Rapid Transit System (RTS) linking Johor Baru with the republic.

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said both countries had a year to draft the plans on the preferred option for the RTS.

He added that under phase one, the alignment and station scheme options would be identified.

"Once this is decided, we can move to phase two," Anifah said during a briefing on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's two-day working visit to Singapore which began yesterday.

It is learnt that among the options being considered is a bridge or an underground tunnel link.

Singapore had earlier announced that its Thomson mass rapid transit (MRT) line would be opened in stages from 2019.

The 30km line will run through the north-south corridor of the island republic, starting in Wood*lands, the area closest to Johor Baru via the Causeway, and passing through industrial, residential and shopping districts before ending at Marina Bay.

The S$18bil (RM44bil) line will be completely underground and is expected to serve 400,000 commuters daily.


Anifah said leaders from both countries were expected to discuss the progress and implementation of the Points of Agreement.

"Both leaders will also travel to Iskandar Malaysia in Johor to launch the ground-breaking ceremony of the Urban and Resort Wellness project.

He added that it involved a 2ha "Urban Wellness" project in Medini North and a 84ha "Resort Wellness" in Medini Central.

Other issues to be discussed include cooperation in aviation and airport services between Senai and Changi airports as well as the establishment of ferry and water taxi services between Puteri Har**-bour in Iskandar and Tuas in Singapore.

Anifah added that there was steady progress in the implementation of initiatives under the Joint Ministerial Committee for Iskandar Malaysia including in transport, immigration, tourism, environment and industrial cooperation.
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This development will optimize the land uses with its iconic commercial element with international status. At the same time, this development will revitalize whilst conserving the function of rail as its core transportation as well as a tourist attraction.





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Terminal bersepadu dah hampir siap. Jalan sekeliling dah siap diturap. Tiket kaunter dan tempat parking bas sudah diletakkan nombor. Bahagian atas open air sahaja. Nampaknya macam bahagian bawah sahaja akan mempunyai pendingin hawa.

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