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Rapid KL City Shuttle
KL's new commuting trend in the heart of the city. Unlimited day travel for just RM2
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my friend told me that the TnG reader is for rapid pass. i think they will integrate the rapid pass with current TnG.

last week/last few days he's installing the TnG reader for 105 buses at batu caves depoh.
2000ppm to 500ppm isn't it? or i'm wrong? hahaha.... but is should make difference.
oh, thanks for the info.

do u have any news article for the next changes? i never read it. but i'm sure it's a good move to change the diesel again in the future. at least, they are working toward it.
hopefully by the time we implement the Euro4, the bus service already in good condition.

proper signage, proper route, integrated fare, schedule.
unfortunately in malaysia,even if u use PT, u still had to have a car :lol:..

so that why the cost of car ownership (monthly pymt) are not counted (sunk cost)

the fuel price is already the same as ticket prices

so that leave the added maintainance because of the extra miles use,which to me,is a fair price to pay for the added benefit of comfort and speed..

but my office is in sentul lah..if it were in KL golden triangle than rapid busses is the way to go:lol:
at least ur office is in sentul. n unfortunatly i'm woking in ttdi. say bye2 to mrt due to stubborn n selfish ttdi resident.:bash:

the only way to get to ttdi is using u81. sardin packed u81 :nuts:
Can anyone from Prasarana pls enlighten me why RapidKL do not deploy double-decker buses in Klang Valley? Read it somewhere that rapidpenang is going to buy double-decker buses for routes in Penang.......
i like the idea of using double decker. hope they can consider this in future. perhaps can be use on heavily used trunk route such as U82 and those route to Shah Alam that use federal highway. :cheers:
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