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Old August 4th, 2017, 05:10 PM   #121
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Hello from Germany,

where can I find a fleetlist of City Bus JB at Johor Bahru?

I´ll be happy, if somebody can help me.

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Public bus service operators in Malaysian state capital cities
Note: Bus airconditioning system only

Johor Bahru, Johor
Causeway Link (Handal Indah)
Maju
S&S International
JB Central Line
Transit Link (Citybus)
Triton
Kembara City
SBS Transit (Singaporean busses)
SMRT busses (Singaporean busses)

Georgetown, Penang
RapidPenang

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
City Bus
Airport Bus
1Borneo shuttle bus (free services bus)

Kuching, Sarawak
City Public Link (CPL)

Kota Bharu, Kelantan
City Liner

Kuantan, Pahang
RapidKuantan

Malacca City, Malacca
Panorama Melaka

Seremban, Neger Sembilan
City Liner
MyBas

Kangar, Perlis
MyBas

Ipoh, Perak
Perak Transit

Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
Bas Bandar

Alor Setar, Kedah
City Liner
Mybas

Greater Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam, Klang, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya
RapidKL
  • BET (Bus Expressway Transit)
  • MRT feeder bus
  • BRT Sunway line
Nadi Putra, Putrajaya
City Liner, Klang
GoKL (free services bus)
PJ City Bus (free services bus)
Bas Smart Selangor (free services bus)
Shuttle bus service to Subang Airport
Airport Coach to KLIA

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Railway link/urban rail/metro systems as of 2017
Johor Bahru, Johor
- KTM intercity
- KTM ETS (u/c)
- High Speed Rail (Iskandar Puteri) - tender stage
- RTS (Rapid Transit System) - coming soon

Georgetown, Penang
- There's no direct rail link
- KTM ETS (Butterworth)
- KTM Komuter North (Butterworth)
- Funnicular railway (Penang hill)

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
- North Borneo Railway steam locomotive
- Sabah state railway (JKNS)

Kuching, Sarawak
- There's no rail link

Kota Bharu, Kelantan
- There's no direct link
- KTM intercity (Tumpat)
- ECRL (u/c)

Kuantan, Pahang
- There's no rail link
- ECRL (u/c)

Malacca City
- Melaka Monorail
- KTM ETS (Batang Melaka)
- High Speed Rail (Ayer Keroh) - tender stage

Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
- KTM ETS
- High Speed Rail - tender stage

Kangar, Perlis
- There's no direct rail link
- KTM ETS (Arau)
- KTM Komuter North (Arau)

Ipoh, Perak
- KTM ETS

Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
- There's no direct rail link
- ECRL (u/c)

Alor Setar, Kedah
- KTM ETS
- KTM Komuter North

Greater Kuala Lumpur
- KTM ETS
- KTM Komuter
- ERL
- RapidKL
- ECRL (u/c)
- High Speed Rail (tender stage)
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Old August 21st, 2017, 08:43 AM   #126
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SEDC signs MOU with UDA Holdings
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Hajah (second left) and Ahmad Abu Bakar (second right) pose for a photo after exchanging the signed MOUs. Also present is Edwin Abit (left), Abdul Aziz (third left), Mohd Shafei (third right) and Nordin Murat (right).
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KUCHING: The Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a federal government linked property developer – UDA Holdings Bhd (UDA).

This MOU will allow the SEDC and UDA to collaborate in identifying and developing potential land and properties of the SEDC, as well as to spur greater investment and economic growth within the State.

Formerly known as the Urban Development Authority of Malaysia, UDA was established in 1971 under the now inactive Ministry of Public Enterprise.

In 1996, it became a private limited company called UDA Holdings Sdn Bhd and a shortly in 1999, it changed its status again to a public limited company under its current name.

The signing ceremony took place yesterday whereby SEDC was represented by its acting general manager Hajah Rakayah Hamdan and deputy general manager for its commercial sector, Edwin Abit. Representing UDA was its group managing director Datuk Ahmad bin Abu Bakar and group chief operating officer for business development and legacy, Nordin Murat.

Also present to witness the ceremony were SEDC Chairman Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr Abdul Aziz Dato Husain and UDA chairman Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Shafei Abdullah.

Speaking after the MOU, Abdul Aziz guided that increased property development projects would not only stimulate economic growth locally, but also enable local businesses more opportunities to participate in the construction industry as there would be many work packets from future potential developments with UDA.

“The MOU will also help facilitate the exchanged of information and technology, potential for joint-ventures in property development management, land management and opportunities in the leisure industry,” he said in a press conference following the MOU signing.

“In particular, we hope that UDA will extend their knowledge and experience on township development and planning to help the SEDC as they begin delving into the urban transportation of Light Rail Transit (LRT) railway from Kuching city to Serian and Samarahan.”

To date, UDA has 46 years of experience within the property development industry, and developed several thriving townships in West Malaysia such as Bandar Tun Hussien Onn in Selangor, Bandar Baru UDA in Johor Bahru, Bandar Baru Bertam in Penang, and Taman Tun Dr Ismail suburb in KL.

“When we do a train from one point to the other, there will be a need for new commercial and residential developments in the surrounding areas.

“In this case, hopefully, they can also help in terms of planning, financing, and strategizing for this facet of the operation (LRT), alongside the other developments we plan to do together,” Abdul Aziz said.

Also speaking during the press conference, UDA’s Mohd Shafei was hopeful that the MOU would be a fruitful one.

“Having been established 46 years ago, we feel that we have something to offer to Sarawak and SEDC.

“We hope to help unlock the potential of the land here and also to help bring the knowledge and methods we have learnt and developed in Peninsular to help boost development here.”

When asked what director the first project between SEDC and UDA might be, Abdul Aziz said it would most likely be a commercial project, followed by a residential or mixed development project.

“Our land has been allocated, but we have not made any solid plans yet and we will announce it as we plan along later. We will start to plan and once it has been approved by the relevant authorities we will announce our results,” he said.
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An AirFish 8 Wing-in-Ground (WIG) effect craft, a unique-looking seaplane of sorts, berthed in Tanjung Malai, in Langkawi. The WIG craft, manufactured by Wigetworks Pte Ltd, seats eight to 10 people.


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Riding the 'airfish': Singapore company hopes to make it a travel game-changer
Wigetworks says the craft can go places where no plane can land, and for less. It hopes to use Singapore as a springboard to market Airfish 8 to the world.

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MALACCA: When you are on this craft, you’ll notice its aerodynamic fuselage, sleek wings, twin propellers and how it flies effortlessly – much like an airplane.

But the Singapore company behind it will impress upon you that the peculiar looking Airfish 8 is not an airplane, but a ship.

This enigma of a craft could soon revolutionise the way people travel, especially from island to island, if Wigetworks has its way.

Executive director Kenneth Tan called it a “disruptive innovation”, describing how the craft, which is powered by a V8 engine (used by racing cars), flies some 6m above water and doesn’t require a runway or an airfield to land since it docks on water.

This means it can reach places where airplanes are unable to access or ferry boats won’t go.

The Airfish 8, based on a German prototype, is the first in the world registered as a merchant ship under the Singapore Registry of Shipping, Mr Tan said.

“There are a lot of islands that do not have the funding to build infrastructure to take light aircraft or even bigger aircraft.

“And there are islands that are too far away, whereby conventional ferry travel could be too long. And these islands are, most of the time, left deserted,” he told the programme Money Mind. (Watch the episode here.)
“With this craft, we’re breaking into new frontiers, reopening up all these islands for future development.”

CHEAPER, BETTER, FASTER

This craft uses a Wing-In-Ground (WIG) Effect phenomenon where it flies close to the water surface by using a cushion of high-pressure air between its wing and the water surface – akin to floating on a cushion of air.

And it travels much faster than conventional boats or aircraft while using less power, said Mr Tan.

“It effectively provides a very safe, fast and comfortable ride as well as a very economical mode of transportation from place to place.
“And if anything goes wrong, the runway is only metres above the water,” he pointed out.

The Airfish runs on petroleum, which is cheaper than aviation fuel. And you don’t need a pilot's permit to fly this eight-seater craft since it flies so low.
It can go up to 150km an hour, some two to three times faster than most ferries.

“The best way to describe it is like we are skimming over the water, like a bird trying to reduce its energy, flying as low as it can,” said Wigetworks’chief WIG training captain Syed Abdullah.

Mr Tan said that besides the tourism sector where the Airfish 8 can be used to ferry passengers from resorts to island destinations, the craft could also be used in the oil and gas, coastguard and maritime security sectors.

“The other interesting sectors would be law enforcement and medical evacuations where they can make full use of the speed and the lower operating costs, to help in safety and prevent illegal activities,” he said.

He hopes to use Singapore as a springboard to market the Airfish 8 to the rest of the world, and he mentioned that they recently hosted a delegation from Spain keen on using this craft for inter-island transfers.

BUILDING BIGGER CRAFTS



The Singapore company relocated its operations to Malacca as it needed more sea space for flight demonstrations and to train new captains.

It had embarked on a research and development collaboration with the National University of Singapore on the WIG technology several years ago, with the support of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore which co-funded the research programme.

“The findings have been very positive and we look forward to building a larger craft, maybe a 20 to 50-seater WIG craft. We are also actively looking for additional funding,” he said.

Mr Tay Yong Kang, associate director of management consultancy firm ICF, sees the potential in this craft, citing that small planes often face the problem of cost, where the cost per seat is very high.

“Some of the vessels today with this technology would be able to transport passengers at a much lower cost and I can definitely see some potential there. Obviously there are still some challenges and hurdles. I think the technology is still a little young,” he added.

Mr Tay for instance questioned the aspect of passenger comfort, especially when there are choppy waters and strong waves. He noted that seaplanes face problems during landing and take-off in bad weather.

“I would imagine this is a similar problem that vessels with this (WIG) technology would face. Those are some of the concerns that would have to be thought through and worked on,” he said.
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Malaysia, Singapore to sign bilateral agreement on rapid transit system by December
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia and Singapore will sign a bilateral agreement on the rapid transit system between Johor Baru and Singapore by December before calling for tenders.

Prasarana Malaysia Bhd group chief executive officer Datuk Seri Azmi Abdul Aziz said once the agreement is signed and tenders are open, construction of the project will start.

“It depends on the design and we will call for the tender after the signing of a bilateral agreement by December this year,” he said.

Azmi was speaking at the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Prasarana and Singapore's SMRT Corp Ltd fo form a joint venture company to operate the RTS link.

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan, who was present at the signing, said Malaysia would lead the project between Johor Baru and Woodlands North in Singapore.

The cost, he added, will be finalised once the design of the rail was agreed by Prasarana and SMRT as the operating company (OpCo).

“The OpCo will not be on a 50:50 ratio as it will impede the decision-making process. There could be a deadlock in decisions or agreements if it is held on 50:50 ratio.

“We are approaching this issue in a ‘brotherly’ manner where both parties have agreed that one of them has a slight majority so that it is easier to carry out the RTS moving forward," he said.

Any issues arising from the project, he added, would be resolved by both countries’ prime minister.
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Causeway Link (Handal Indah)
Maju
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JB Central Line
Transit Link (Citybus)
Triton
Kembara City
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Bus Rapid Transit to serve as Iskandar Malaysia (Johor) public transportation backbone
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ISKANDAR PUTERI: The newly-launched Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system will serve as the backbone of the public transportation infrastructure in Iskandar Malaysia over the next 20 years.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said BRT is a high quality bus-based transit system which would provide reliable, comfortable and cost-effective services.
"With the expected population and economic growth as well as increased job opportunities, I am confident that the BRT would become a catalyst for Iskandar Malaysia to be more competitive globally, and on par with other developed countries," said Najib at the launch of the Progressive Johor Expo in Kota Iskandar, here today.

The BRT system will be developed at a cost of RM2.56 billion with the Federal government providing RM1 billion of the funds, while the remaining funds is coming from a public-private partnership initiative.

"I was informed that the BRT will have elements of light rail transit or metro, which would make it quicker than regular bus services.

"We will ensure that the BRT system would be linked to the Rail Transit System (RTS), the High Speed Rail (HSR) and intercity bus service," said Najib at the project launch today.

The system, to be developed by Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) and the state government, is expected to be operational by 2021 and will cover 90 per cent of Iskandar Malaysia. It will have a route spanning 51 km and 39 stations.

The BRT was among four initiatives announced by Najib at the launch of the expo.

The other three initiatives were the Johor Skills Development Master Plan; Johor Sustainability Policy; and four People's Housing Programme (PPR) projects that will be located in Johor.

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PENANG SENTRAL INTEGRATED TRANSPORT SYSYTEMS
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KUALA LUMPUR: Perak Transit Bhd’s subsidiary The Combined Bus Services Sdn Bhd has received a two-year licence from the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) for the operations at Terminal AmanJaya, Ipoh’s only gazetted express bus terminal.

The bus company told Bursa Malaysia that SPAD had approved the registration of 99.89%-owned Combined Bus Services as a terminal operator under the authority and granted it the terminal licence starting from Jan 1, 2017.

Perak Transit, which made its debut on the Ace Market in October last year, has operated the terminal since September 2012. In its prospectus, the company said it planned to turn the terminal into a commercial and lifestyle hub.
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New bus services for Kuching folks through Stage Bus Service Transformation programme
By NST TEAM - November 14, 2017 @ 4:35pm

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KUALA LUMPUR: Kuching folks will soon enjoy better bus services early next year under the Stage Bus Service Transformation (SBST) programme.

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri said the SBST, which was introduced by Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and funded by the government, had been delayed due to technical problems.

The SBST, which would provide a more efficient and systematic bus system, was supposed to commence this year.

"Discussions have been finalised and we are pleased to announce to the people of Kuching that the SBST will be signed next week.

"I will witness the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Sarawak government and the Federal government next week," she said in reply to a supplementary question from Rubiah Wang (BN-Kota Samarahan) during the oral question session in Dewan Rakyat on Tuesday.

The SBST in Kuching is a joint effort between Putrajaya and Konsortium BBK Sdn Bhd (KBBK).

The consortium is made up of five companies namely Bau Transport Company Sdn Bhd, Biaramas Express Sdn Bhd, City Public Link Bus Service Sdn Bhd, Petra Jaya Transport (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd, and Sarawak Transport Company Bhd, all members of SBTCA.

Under the project, brand new buses which are environment-friendly, disabled-friendly and equipped with a range of features such as electronic ‘touch-n-go’ ticketing system, WiFi, GPS (global positioning system) tracking, journey tracking app, and closed circuit television (CCTV), would improve passengers’ commuting.

The SBST in Kuching would cover about 500km, consisting of 15 trunk routes and 12 feeder routes with 130 new buses.

The bus frequency would range from 15 minutes to an hour’s interval, depending on the route.
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