Slightly irrelevant but this diagram is a wee bit confusing, doesn't the LCCT station comes after KLIA, and both KLIA express and Transit service actually terminates at KLIA 2
NVM Disregard that, diagram is old. Pre-KLIA 2.
Sometimes its better if train announcements selection were not be made into a popularity contest.even some country do the auditions for the voice that will be using for train announcements. i dont remember what country it is.
Frankly, I don't think sound proofing is going to be effective nor is it going to be cheap. It's better if they have visual signals/announcements to compliment the audio announcement. Since LCD technology, is getting real cheap and small, I am sure they could imitate the Yamanote Line in Tokyo Japan by having visual destinations shown on LCD screen above every other door. Of course, this brings it back to the basics for showing only simple and relevant information which I know Malaysian Transport Operators have a tough time doing.. But this would be much better.KJ Line (in train) announcement
I think we need to reduce the noice inside the train. Perhaps, some sound proof on its body.
One of the first quality compliance that I would like to see SPAD enforce is that all Bus Operators in Klang Valley should publish their time table / schedule for each routes complete with bus stops locations on their websites (very low cost incurred).
As of now ...
(1) http://www.myrapid.com.my/bus/rapidkl/routes provides all routes, including bus stops locations on a map, but without schedule (or frequency).
(2) http://www.cityliner.com.my/ourroute.php?sid=4 provides list of all routes with start/end points and frequency but without all stops locations, without maps, without schedule.
What about other city buses in KL? See also http://www.mypublictransport.com/2011/05/city-bus.html .
Is there a timetable/schedule for bus routes in Klang Valley online?
RapidKL http://www.myrapid.com.my/bus/rapidkl/routes only shows routes (include bus stops), operating hours.
Cityliner http://www.cityliner.com.my/ourroute.php?sid=4&aid=312 only shows routes (end points only), operating hours and generic frequency.
Did I miss some website somewhere?
There are of course timetable/schedule for rail routes online.
KTM Komuter http://www.ktmkomuter.com.my/tickets/timetable.php provided in XLS format.
ERL KLIA Ekspres/Transit https://www.kliaekspres.com/plan-buy/schedule/ time table and frequency.
RapidKL AG KJ MR lines http://www.myrapid.com.my/rail/train-frequency are headway based, frequency throughout the day given.
Back when they began, RAPIDKL used to have these maps, but most of them look so awful! But to a certain degree, they encouraged transfer between different routes.Pathetic, Rapid KL they themselves don't do that schematic map and they need other mapping enthusiast to do it for them??? hno:
WOW! Just checked the LTA website and I am very impressed.My target is to get the routes, schedules published. Online first. Physical later. Achievable?
Singapore LTA have routes, schedules, real time information published online and in mobile apps. See http://www.mytransport.sg/ and http://m.mytransport.sg respectively.
I haven't double checked Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Not necessarily, back in the day...You must have an electronic copy of a sign first before you can get someone to make/print you a hard physical copy. Or do you think otherwise?
And then what happen?I was once treated to a view of a white guy and a chinese girl french kissing in the singapore MRT
The MRT door opened and BAM, two young adults with their faces stuck together like glue
At least, you don't see them doing Don Draper style wiping his finger off some skirt.In the U.S. people will tell u off by saying " get a room!".
I like how the map is taller than everyone.This Map was unveiled at LPTA Symposium November 2015. I did post a snapshot of the map printed on a big poster being unveiled by SPAD Chairman then.
From post #43 in "What name Sg Buloh-Kajang MRT Line shall be called?" thread
Yeah, they do, but not always. It's highly dependent on the whims and fancies of whoever is manning the station. Sometimes, announcements are done remotely through a central location. Even so, announcements don't always occur, and a person is more often than not, clueless as to what is happening while waiting.Dunno where to put but:
Ktm does update the current train arrival time based on the train's location. Just that they didn't state how long it's delayed and the current location of train is announced through the speaker.