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Megacoach 66 (KL - Tg Malim) knocked out by Metrobus PDF Print E-mail
Bus - Overall
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 04 January 2007
  
 Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
 

Salam Aidiladha and Happy New Year.

According to our contact in Megacoach, the bus company plying the Kuala Lumpur - Tanjung Malim route through North - South Expressway 4 times a day, the service has been decommissioned, and the company wound up, with effect from middle of August 2006, thanks to stiff competition from Metrobus's route 36 (Rawang - Kuala Kubu Baru - Tanjong Malim).

We will update members of the public when further information on this new Metrobus service are available. In the meantime, please share with us your information, experience or suggestions on the transit services, in a world without Saddam Hussien and many rustic omnibus operators, thank you.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 January 2007 )
 
SKS Transnasional's Dedicated Seremban - Putrajaya Bus Service PDF Print E-mail
Bus - Overall
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 03 December 2006
  
  

There's now a dedicated bus service ferrying government servants from Seremban to Putrajaya. Operating on weekdays only, the service is provided by Syarikat Kenderaan Seremban - Kuala Lumpur Sdn.Bhd. (SKS) under the Transnasional banner and it sets one's wallet back by RM 170 per month.

From the macho bus terminal sporting a cheerful Lot 10 green in Seremban, Terminal 1, it runs non-stop to Putrajaya, and delivers passengers to various government departments around Putrajaya, for the convenience of its passengers. To be faithful to its original objective of this service, offices around Cyberjaya are strictly out-of-bound.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 April 2007 )
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this is not a bus stop PDF Print E-mail
Bus - Bus Stops
Written by susuasli   
Saturday, 04 November 2006

Well actually this fire hydrant is a bus stop, as it evidently says so by marker pen...

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Located near the BHP petrol station on Jalan SS 21/54 in Damansara Utama, some kind soul (or perhaps Rapid KL? or MPPJ?) has at least marked this out, where no sign existed before.

Known as a bus stop apparently only through inherited knowledge, i.e. for those who use buses and are "in the know", there is nothing else indicating this location as a bus stop (used by Rapid KL's Area 6 buses and Metrobus #6 and #99, SJ #99 and RMJ minibus #9), much less proper seating, shelter or route information. 

 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 04 November 2006 )
 
LRT Extension: Putting the Best Route Forward PDF Print E-mail
Rail - Light Rail Transit (LRT)
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 08 October 2006

Suhaini Aznam (The Star)

  
  

Since the Government’s announcement of a RM10bil allocation to upgrade the Klang Valley transport system, various ‘experts’ have offered unsolicited advice. But according to the man in charge, the final route will be well plotted, Suhaini Aznam has the story.

KUALA LUMPUR, 24 Sept - FOLLOWING the crow’s direct flight path, urban commuters have found that their fastest way into the city is by light rapid transit (LRT). Speeding over traffic snarls on the highway, a total of 320,000 commuters take the line daily, most of them professionals and students. 

The LRT and the monorail are the future. Congested Penang was recently allocated RM2.8bil for a second bridge and RM1.2bil for a light monorail system.  

Of the RM10bil allocated to the Klang Valley under Budget 2007, RM7bil will be spent on extending existing lines to capture densely populated housing enclaves. The Kelana Jaya line will reach out to Subang Jaya and USJ; the Sri Petaling line to Puchong.  

In addition, Syarikat Prasarana Nasional Bhd (SPNB) has also been tasked with building a totally new line to Kota Damansara.

The routes are still on the drawing board. SPNB currently has 13 options for the Kelana Jaya line and 12 options for the Sri Petaling line. A finalised blueprint will only be out in October.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 October 2006 )
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World Car Free Day -- 22 Sept 2006 PDF Print E-mail
Public Transport - KL - General News
Written by susuasli   
Sunday, 17 September 2006

This coming Friday, 22 September 2006, is World Car Free Day!

Co-incidentally enough, this Friday also features RapidKL's launch of Area 5 and 6 (Puchong, Petaling Jaya, Damansara and the rest of West Klang Valley) at Sunway Pyramid.

To celebrate, the administrators of transit.vectordesigns.org are buying whoever who would join us for lunch at Sunway Pyramid on Friday, where you can get the latest brochures and lowdown on RapidKL's latest revamped routes. We are of course also making sure to leave our cars at home and take public transport this week! :)

Those interested in a car-free lunch, please email This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it or call 03.2262.6363.

To find out more about World Car Free Day and other related events throughout the world, check out http://www.worldcarfree.net/.

Last Updated ( Monday, 26 March 2007 )
 
Welcome to transit kualalumpur! PDF Print E-mail
transitKL - Initiators
Written by Web Master   
Saturday, 12 June 2004
If you know anything at all about public transportation in Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley, you'll probably know at least three things: it is notoriously hard to get into if you're a newbie, it would be absolutely great if we didn't have to drive a car and park and go through traffic jams if only we had more information, and lastly, it's still got lots of room for improvement.

transit kualalumpur is set to bring information and opinions together so living may be a little more pleasant in this urban jungle ... transit kualalumpur is a project by vectordesigns. For anyone in the know, this site has also bee made possible by Joomla! and the lovely rhuk solarflare.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 August 2006 )
 
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