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Old September 15th, 2009, 05:47 AM   #281
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Facelift for Larkin bus terminal
Tuesday September 15, 2009
By DESIREE TRESA GASPER and KC CHAN

JOHOR BARU: The Larkin Bus Terminal’s massive RM46.6mil facelift is expected to be completed in four years time.

Local Government, Housing, Arts, Culture and Heritage Committee chairman Datuk Ahmad Zahri Jamil said the renovation was being carried out in phases.

“So far, two phases have been completed.

“Work on the third phase is ongoing now, involving the construction of a pedestrian bridge and new public toilets and installation of CCTV cameras,” he said.

It is expected to be completed by the year end.

The fourth phase, meanwhile, amounts to RM28mil. It will include additional bus platforms and a new systematic entry point for buses.

With the facelift, the terminal would be renamed Larkin Central and equipped with 63 new seats for passengers who are waiting for buses, Ahmad Zahri told the Johor state assembly here.

The comprehensive makeover for the bus terminal began in 2004 with general renovation work in the first phase which took three years.

The second phase included the construction of a three-storey building, a mosque and new parking lots.

Ahmad Zahri addressed the issue of constant rental increase by Johor Corporation, saying that he would look into the complaints from traders.

“I admit that there has been an increase in rental every time the terminal is renovated.

“I will have a discussion with Johor Corporation to ask that they take into consideration the small-time traders when it comes to raising the rent,” he elaborated.

Osman Sapian (BN - Kempas) had earlier posed a question, explaining that many traders were complaining about the increasing rental cost and snatch thefts at the bus terminal.

In June, traders located on the third floor of the terminal had voiced concerns about losing business due to unfair competition by food vendors on the ground level of the complex.

According to them, the initial tenancy agreement did not permit any food outlet at the lower levels.

The traders at the terminal submitted a memorandum in July stating their dissatisfaction over the high rental.

The rental for outlets at the terminal had increased by 10% every two years. It was RM679 in 2003 but has since been increased to RM960.

New name: The new wing at the terminal which has been renamed Larkin Sentral


A major facelift: An aerial view of the terminal
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Terminal renamed after Tun Seri Lanang for historical feel
2009/09/17

THE Kota Sentral II bus and taxi terminal in Kota Tinggi which is expected to begin operating next year has been renamed as Tun Seri Lanang Terminal.


The Tun Seri Lanang Terminal will have 60 parking lots for taxis and 22 for buses.

Tun Seri Lanang was the grand vizier of the Johor royal court during the 16th and 17th century who compiled the book Sejarah Melayu.

The new name was aimed at projecting a historical feel.

The construction of the RM25 million terminal started in April 2006 and has 60 parking lots for taxis and 22 for buses, complete with a site which can accommodate 52 stalls for a Ramadan bazaar.


Kota Tinggi district council secretary Mohd Zahid Abdul Rahman said 61 units of shophouses around the terminal have been fully sold.

There are ample parking lots for visitor's cars, a surau and 10 ticket counters.

"We plan to have a car boot sale at night. Only locals will be given permits to take part in the sale," Zahid said.

He added that a roof will be built for traders to shelter them from the sun and rain.

He hoped that the new bus and taxi terminal will attract a big crowd as this would help businesses in the area.

Johor Lama assemblyman Asiah Md Ariff said the change of name complements the historical image of the town.

"The interior of the new terminal is also spacious and it is hoped that the public will enjoy using the new facility," she said.
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Close watch on terminals
2009/09/17

By Kristina Georgekageorge@nst.com.my

PUTRAJAYA: Four main bus terminals in the Klang Valley are being placed under close scrutiny by the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board to ensure that express bus operators abide by regulations throughout the festive season.

CVLB chairman Datuk Halimah Mohamed Sadique said yesterday that 35 officers had been deployed to the Putra Terminal, Duta bus terminal, Puduraya bus terminal, and the Bukit Jalil bus terminal and they would continue monitoring these operators until Sept 27.

"We have already started our inspection rounds and found that most of the express bus operators had not complied with our regulations.

"The most common offences include over-priced bus tickets, buses not keeping to their schedules and incomplete bus tickets."


She said the officers inspected all four terminals on Tuesday after receiving numerous complaints from the public regarding irregular bus schedules and tickets with incomplete details.

"All tickets must be complete with the ticket pricing, date, operators logo and time of departure displayed clearly on it.

"If the tickets are not complete, we will take stern action against the operators."

She advised the public to always check for these details after purchasing the tickets to avoid confusion and problems before boarding the express buses.

"We have already spoken to these operators and hope they would make amends as soon as possible to avoid congestion or anything untoward."

She said express bus operators who refuse to comply with the CVLB regulations could face compound fines of up to RM300 and risk having their licences and permits revoked if found to have repeated the offence more than three times. She also urged the express bus operators to make use of the temporary conversion permits (LPs) that CVLB had granted them, to provide the best service for the public.

The board has issued 1,238 LPs to the operators to help manage the thousands of people going on balik kampung during the coming HRaya celebrations.

She said operators could still apply for the permits until tomorrow.
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Integrate services at Weld Quay


The Weld Quay terminal, a notable landmark and gateway to Penang Island, should be redeveloped into a public transportation hub with the ferry, port and other transportation services integrated into one.

Local Government, Traffic Management and Environment Committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow said the terminal had the potential of being transformed into the island’s main transportation hub with the future LRT or inter-city bus services integrated into it as well.

Responding to a statement by Penang Port Sdn Bhd’s (PPSB) managing director and CEO Datuk Ahmad Ibnihajar who said that PPSB would segregate its ferry services into a wholly-owned subsidiary by Thursday, he said: “The Finance Ministry should look at the ferry terminal in its re-development plan. The terminal, which is supposed to provide a welcoming ambience for tourists, looks run-down.

“A complete facelift is long overdue. The state government is willing to coorperate with the Federal Government in this initiative to transform Weld Quay.”

Ahmad said the move was instructed by the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) in the Prime Minister’s Department and had been approved by the Finance Ministry.

He added that the segregation of services would allow the ferry operator to receive better support from the Government as a public transportation services provider.

Chow said the current upgrading of the Weld Quay bus terminal by Rapid Penang was a good but was “only an interim solution” and that an overall and comprehensive upgrade was necessary as a long term measure.

“Together with the Tanjung City Marina and Swettenham Port expansion, Weld Quay could be a catalyst for growth in the harbour area,” he said.
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Kuching Sentral
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The fully integrated three-storey regional bus terminal commenced in December 2007. The RM55 million project, located on a seven-acre site, at Mile 6 1/2 Penrissen Road, is expected to be completed by the end of 2009.



It will be only two minutes from the Kuching International Airport (KIA) and 10 minutes from Kuching City centre.







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Permit lama punca bas tak singgah Klang Sentral

KUALA LUMPUR 6 Okt. - Kelewatan Lembaga Pelesenan Kenderaan Perdagangan (LPKP) mengeluarkan permit bas yang baru adalah punca bas-bas tempatan di Klang tidak beroperasi di terminal Klang Sentral.

Pengarah Jabatan Kejuruteraan Majlis Perbandaran Klang (MPK), Md. Noor Mahmud berkata, ini kerana pada permit lama tertera terminal Klang Utara sebagai terminal untuk bas terbabit beroperasi.

"Atas alasan inilah, pengusaha bas tempatan yang tidak takut untuk melanggar arahan agar beroperasi di Klang Sentral.

"Malah ada yang tidak gentar sekiranya mereka disaman atau kes ini dibawa ke mahkamah kerana berdasarkan permit yang mereka ada sekarang menunjukkan lokasi operasi terminal bas ialah di Klang Utara," katanya ketika dihubungi di sini.

Beliau mengulas rungutan pengusaha bas ekspres yang mendakwa mengalami kerugian sejak beroperasi di Klang Sentral kerana kekurangan penumpang.

Mereka mendakwa keengganan bas tempatan atau bas berhenti-henti beroperasi di terminal baru itu menyebabkan penumpang sukar ke Klang Sentral kecuali menaiki teksi yang mengenakan tambang sehingga RM30.

Berikutan itu, penumpang lebih suka ke Hentian Puduraya untuk mendapatkan bas ekspres kerana lebih mudah dan murah.

Pada awalnya, terdapat beberapa buah bas tempatan seperti Rapid KL dan Citiliner yang masuk ke Klang Sentral seperti arahan yang dikeluarkan.

Namun, tindakan sebahagian kecil pengusaha bas tempatan lain yang berdegil menyebabkan bas-bas lain terpaksa beroperasi semula di terminal lama bagi mengelakkan kehilangan penumpang.

Md. Noor berkata, memang pihaknya ada menerima rungutan bukan sahaja daripada pengusaha bas, malah daripada penjaja dan peniaga di Klang Sentral sendiri.

Sehubungan itu, katanya, MPK dan LPKP telah berbincang bermula Jun sehingga September lalu untuk mencari jalan penyelesaian.

"LPKP meminta MPK menyediakan laluan bas tempatan baru sebelum permit baru dikeluarkan sekali gus dapat menyelesaikan masalah tersebut.

"MPK telah mengenal pasti 36 laluan baru tersebut dan ia telah pun dihantar kepada LPKP untuk tindakan lembaga itu," katanya lagi.

Mengenai terminal lama, Md. Noor berkata, kawasan tersebut tidak akan ditutup sepenuhnya, sebaliknya akan dijadikan kawasan menurun dan mengambil penumpang sahaja.

"Oleh itu, peniaga dan orang ramai di sekitar Klang Utara tidak perlu bimbang kerana operasi di stesen bas berkenaan masih beroperasi seperti biasa.

"Cuma perpindahan operasi ke Klang Sentral adalah disebabkan keluasan terminal bas lama tidak dapat menampung kapasiti bas yang semakin bertambah.

"Di Klang Sentral, kawasannya lebih luas, dilengkapi dengan pelbagai kemudahan, lebih selesa dan jarak antara terminal lama dan baru hanyalah lima kilometer sahaja.

"Malah, mengikut kajian yang dilakukan, kesesakan lalu lintas yang teruk di Bandar Klang dapat dikurangkan jika operasi bas dipindahkan ke Klang Sentral," ujarnya.

Dalam pada itu, MPK sedang dalam proses untuk mendapatkan kelulusan daripada kerajaan negeri bagi memperkenalkan satu undang-undang kecil yang baru.

Melalui undang-undang tersebut, MPK boleh bertindak terhadap pengusaha bas yang enggan mematuhi arahan termasuk arahan memindahkan operasi ke Klang Sentral.

Sementara itu, Menteri Pengangkutan, Datuk Ong Tee Keat ketika mengulas isu tersebut berkata, pengurusan terminal bas berada di bawah bidang kuasa pihak berkuasa tempatan.

"Namun begitu, oleh kerana ia melibatkan pengangkutan serta kepentingan orang ramai, pihak kementerian akan cuba membantu menyelesaikan masalah tersebut.

"Melalui Jawatankuasa Pengangkutan Awam Bandar yang baru ditubuhkan yang diketuai saya sendiri, kita akan memperhalusi masalah yang dihadapi di Klang Sentral.

"Saya akan menghantar wakil untuk berjumpa dengan MPK dan LPKP untuk mengetahui masalah sebenar sekali gus mencari jalan penyelesaiannya," katanya.
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The fully integrated three-storey regional bus terminal commenced in December 2007. The RM55 million project, located on a seven-acre site, at Mile 6 1/2 Penrissen Road, is expected to be completed by the end of 2009.

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Judging by those images, it does not appear likely that it will be completed at the end of 2009...

Looking forward to seeing it in November when I go to Kuching tho. I also want to see how the service has improved since KCBS took up the challenge.

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Penang Sentral...any latest info?
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UDA Bids To Build Two Bus Terminals In Klang Valley


KUALA TERENGGANU, Oct 8 (Bernama) -- UDA Holdings Bhd (UDA Holdings) is making a bid to construct two bus terminals in the Klang Valley, estimated to cost between RM50 and RM60 million, in the Klang Valley.

Its Managing Director Datuk Jaafar Abu Hassan said the company has written to the government to obtain approval to build the terminals which will cater for East and North bound travel.

"We submitted out written proposal, soughting for approval, in September," he told reporters at a Hari Raya gathering here Thursday.

Jaafar said the company planned to be involved in the construction of the project, right from the beginning, to ensure all the necessary infrastructure were in place.

He said the terminal would function not only as a transport hub but also as a business centre for vendors of all races.

Citing an example, he said at the Pudu Raya bus terminal, more than 104 vendors rent space to sell goods, ranging from newspapers to food, raking in about RM10,000 in monthly revenue.

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Story and photos by SALINA KHALID



High-tech features: An artist’s impression of the
new bus terminal to be built in U1 Shah Alam.


VARIOUS efforts have been taken to improve the public transport system. Yet somehow, for most Shah Alam residents, their hope for having such a system is almost like wishful thinking.

“Everybody is aware of the benefits of taking public transportation. It helps (preserve) the environment, saves money and reduces traffic congestion. But the system is so unreliable here in Shah Alam,” said Mohd Amin Ismail.

He claimed that the lack of reliable buses and taxis in the capital city of Selangor had forced him to drive a car.

The 35-year-old said he wasted a lot of time travelling between his house in Klang and his workplace in Shah Alam when he was commuting by bus even though his house is only a few kilometres away from Shah Alam.

“My wife had to use the car as she has to travel to Putrajaya, so I thought I could use the public transport.

“It was so frustrating and in less than a month I started looking for my own car,” said the father of two.

He added that it did not help that most of the taxi drivers in Shah Alam did not use meters and would quote a fixed rate instead.

With the escalating price of fuel and toll rates, most residents agreed that they would use the public transport only if it was convenient. To most, using their own transportation seems to be the only choice.

“There has been a lot of talk before this about improving the system.

“There was even a plan to build an integrated bus terminal for the residents in Shah Alam. But I do not know what happened to it,” said Azhar Abdul Rahman, a Section 16 resident.

Currently, Shah Alam residents can use the inter-city and express bus services (mostly for East Coast-bound passengers) at Section 17.

The City Centre station which is located behind the Maybank building, opposite the Wisma MBSA, caters for the city buses.

At the same time passengers can also wait for the buses in front of Kompleks PKNS.

For now, residents can heave a sigh of relief as plans to build a new bus terminal complex to replace the existing Section 17 terminal is still on.

When asked, Shah Alam mayor Mazalan Md Noor said, “We are going ahead with the plan to build the terminal.

Mazalan said the plan for the terminal, located at U1, near the old Batu Tiga Police Station, had been submitted to the state government and was still waiting for the final decision.

Once the approval is received then the project could resume, he said, adding that the project would be completed in two years.

The bus terminal complex will be constructed in stages. The first phase is estimated to cost about RM20mil. Under the first phase, 45 bays (for the buses) would be provided for bus companies to operate in the complex.

The three-storey complex would also be equipped with ticketing counters, retail and food outlets on the first floor. Car park and drop off points are located on the second floor.

The second phase will include pedestrian crossing from the terminal to the Komuter Station situated across the Federal Highway.

The site was picked since it is located near the Stadium Shah Alam and the indoor stadium.

The location is also easily accessible from the Federal Highway and the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE).

With the opening of the terminal, the express buses do not have to enter the city centre, thus traffic congestion will be averted.
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Saturday April 12, 2008



Modern facility: An artist's impression of the Dataran Wawasan
business centre with the sheltered express bus station.


SUNGAI Petani in Kedah will finally have a sheltered express bus station. The station will be located within a commercial centre called Dataran Usahawan which will be built at the present express bus station on Jalan Kuala Ketil.

Work on the RM10mil centre, a project by the Kedah State Development Corporation (KSDC), is scheduled to start in June and complete in 14 months.

Project architect Mohd Sobri Mustafa said the station would have nine bays for express buses and 32 ticketing booths.

He said there would also be parking bays for buses outside the building.

He said the centre, to have a built-up area of 5,632 square metres, would have 65 retail outlets.

The present express bus station together with its ticketing booths and hawker stalls would be temporarily shifted to the former Pasar Jumaat site across Jalan Kuala Ketil, Mohd Sobri told Sungai Petani MP Johari Abdul in a briefing about the project on Thursday.

Johari said the temporary bus station should be tarred and have proper shelter for passengers and sufficient lightings for the con-venience and safety of passengers.

He requested the KSDC to install electricity and telephone lines to the ticketing booths as well as provide basic amenities for hawkers to be relocated to the temporary site so that their income would not be affected.

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The fully integrated three-storey regional bus terminal commenced in December 2007. The RM55 million project, located on a seven-acre site, at Mile 6 1/2 Penrissen Road, is expected to be completed by the end of 2009.



It will be only two minutes from the Kuching International Airport (KIA) and 10 minutes from Kuching City centre.
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UDA in RM31mil refurbishment of Puduraya
Puduraya Bus Terminal Facelift



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ITT-BTS for south-bound buses only
Integrated transport terminal at Bandar Tasik Selatan

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Upcoming landmark: Chan (left) viewing the model of the Permai Central
Transport Hub as he is briefed by Equine Capital Berhad executive chairman
Datuk Patrick Lim in Kuala Lumpur

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Work on Penang Sentral to start soon
Penang Sentral - an Integrated Transportation Hub



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Operasi di terminal lama dibuka semula
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PENGUSAHA bas masih menggunakan terminal lama di Lorong Kepayang bagi mengelak kerugian berterusan.



Pengusaha bas di Klang Sentral tak tahan tanggung kerugian

KLANG: Tidak tahan menanggung kerugian, 25 pengusaha syarikat bas ekspres di Klang Sentral bercadang membuka semula kaunter di terminal lama di Lorong Kepayang bagi membolehkan perniagaan mereka kembali bernafas.

Sebahagian mereka sudah membuka kaunter di lot perniagaan di bangunan berhampiran terminal lama, manakala sebahagian lagi dalam proses mendapatkan ruang untuk disewa.



Mereka berbuat demikian selepas mendapati tiada kata putus dicapai pada mesyuarat khas yang antara lain dihadiri wakil Majlis Perbandaran Klang (MPK) dan Lembaga Pelesenan Kenderaan Perdagangan (LPKP) bagi membincangkan nasib mereka, baru-baru ini.

Syarikat konsortium bas ekspres antara pengusaha bas yang mengambil langkah awal membuka semula kaunter di terminal lama dengan menyewa unit kedai yang hanya berukuran kira-kira 2x2 meter.

Pengurus Konsortium Klang dan Shah Alam, Shafiz Azmi, berkata ramai pengusaha bas ingin membuka semula kaunter bas di Lorong Kepayang tidak mampu menampung kos sewa yang tinggi kerana mengalami kerugian selepas 10 bulan beroperasi di Klang Sentral.

“Kami sewa di tempat sekecil ini dengan sewa bulanan RM1,000 sebulan. Kami cuma jadikan terminal lama ini sebagai tempat mengambil dan menurunkan penumpang dan hanya melakukannya pada sebelah pagi dan malam bagi mengelak kesesakan.

“Beberapa pengusaha bas lain di Klang Sentral mungkin akan turut beroperasi di sini minggu depan selepas mereka mendapatkan kedai bersesuaian dengan kos berpatutan untuk dijadikan kaunter,” katanya ketika ditemui Sentral.

Shafiz berkata, pihaknya terpaksa berbuat demikian bagi mengelak kerugian berterusan kerana syarikat itu ketika beroperasi di Klang Sentral memperoleh keuntungan mencecah RM60,000 sebulan berbanding ketika ini, tidak sampai RM5,000.

Katanya, tidak semua orang memiliki kenderaan untuk ke Klang Sentral kerana kebanyakan penumpang adalah warga asing dan mereka terpaksa membayar tambang lebih apabila terpaksa menggunakan perkhidmatan teksi untuk ke Klang Sentral.

Kerani kaunter Konsortium Bas Ekspres, Siti Rohzaleena Kamarozaman, berkata pembukaan semula kaunter bas di terminal lama mendapat reaksi positif selepas lima hari beroperasi apabila penjualan tiket bertambah.

“Pada hari pertama dan kedua beroperasi kita dapat menjual 15 tiket. Hari ini (semalam) kita dapat menjual 25 tiket. Di sini kita tidak perlu berebut untuk mendapatkan pembeli tetapi di Klang Sentral, kita terpaksa bergaduh untuk merebut penumpang,” katanya yang mengakui hubungan sesama mereka renggang berikutan masalah itu.

Rabu lalu, satu Mesyuarat Penyelarasan Perpindahan Operasi Perkhidmatan Bas, Teksi, Kereta Sewa Terminal Klang Sentral (Isu Perwartaan) Kali Ke-12 diadakan di antara pengusaha bas dan Jawatankuasa Perpindahan Klang Sentral MPK.

Mesyuarat yang turut disertai wakil LPKP, Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ) dan polis di MPK itu bertujuan mencari penyelesaian terhadap masalah itu yang berlanjutan hampir 10 bulan.

Hampir 25 pengusaha bas Klang Sentral turut menyertai mesyuarat itu bagi menangani masalah yang didakwa berpunca daripada keengganan pengusaha bas transit berpindah ke terminal baru itu tetapi kecewa selepas tiada keputusan dicapai.

Bercakap ketika ditemui selepas mempengerusikan mesyuarat, Ahli Majlis MPK, Razali Hassan, berkata cadangan pengusaha bas ekspres memindahkan kaunter tiket ke tingkat satu Klang Sentral dipersetujui MPK bagi memudahkan penumpang berurusan, selain mewujudkan persaingan yang adil kepada lebih 20 pengusaha bas di situ.

Katanya, MPK mahu pengusaha bas ekspres dan pengurusan Klang Sentral berbincang sebelum mengambil keputusan muktamad berhubung pemindahan lokasi kaunter jualan tiket, dalam tempoh sebulan untuk dibentangkan semula pada mesyuarat akan datang.
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Putrajaya Sentral is the main public tranportation hub of Putrajaya. It is a smaller version of Puduraya Station in Kuala Lumpur. Located at the west side of Putrajaya, this is the place where public transportation from other parts of Selangor stop. The Express Rail Link that links KLIA to KL Sentral has a station here.



If you prefer to take buses which are very much cheaper compared to the ERL, the two major bus companies that are operating here are Rapid KL and Nadi Putra. Rapid KL take passengers from outside of Putrajaya from places such as Bandar Utama, Serdang and Cyberjaya whereas Nadi Putra routes are confined to within Putrajaya. The Monorail project that was supposed to link the various parts of this new township has been put on hold due to the slowdown of the economy.

Rapid KL Bus Routes
RapidKL is one of the main bus companies that operates in this terminal. The main routes and the bus no are:

U42 : Putrajaya - Serdang KTM Komuter
U43 : Putrajaya - Bandar Utama
T429 : Putrajaya - Cyberjaya Transport Terminal (CTT)
E1 : Putrajaya - Terminal Jalan Sultan Mohamad via Lebuhraya Kuala Lumpur-Seremban

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Putrajaya Sentral is the main public tranportation hub of Putrajaya. It is a smaller version of Puduraya Station in Kuala Lumpur. Located at the west side of Putrajaya, this is the place where public transportation from other parts of Selangor stop. The Express Rail Link that links KLIA to KL Sentral has a station here.
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Better public transportation in Kuantan
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KUANTAN: The public transportation system in Kuantan will get a much needed lift from the Federal Government’s RM50mil allocation.

Teruntum assemblyman Chang Hong Seong said of the amount, RM46mil was for the construction of a new bus terminal near Wisma Belia in Indera Mahkota while the balance RM4mil would be used to upgrade the existing bus terminal near Stadium Darul Makmur.

“Commuters will enjoy better facilities and a more conducive environment once the new bus terminal is open. It is expected to be completed in 2012.

“The Kuantan Municipal Council is in the midst of negotiating with several bus companies to expand the town bus service and include routes to popular spots such as Teluk Chempedak,” he said after attending a dinner to mark the 43rd anniversary of Tow Moo Keong Temple in Jalan Haji Junid here.

Chang said if the proposal materialised, the public could enjoy an integrated system with buses servicing all major routes and neighbourhoods.
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