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Bus - Triton
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Monday, 10 December 2007
After hobbling along for nigh on two years, Triton has finally bitten the dust. Indeed, after having seemed to start out so courageously with plum routes such as the feeder from KL Sentral, as well as from the Subang Jaya KTM and Taman Jaya LRT stations, the smiley faced logo from this bus operator is smiling no more.

 

Why? Triton was a victim of political machinations or misplaced affiliations, one could be intimated of something of that ken. Certainly, from having those routes, its operations had in the past two years or so been whittled down to relatively inconsequential routes, such as the paid (and free) bus from Midvalley to Bangsar LRT station, as well as long distance stage routes to Seremban (route 101) and Sungai Lui (route 102).

 
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Cityliner Times, Frequencies, Contact Number PDF Print E-mail
Bus - Cityliner/ Transnasional/ Klang Banting
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Monday, 10 December 2007

Some recent amendments to information regarding a couple of Cityliner's route times and frequencies as well as contact num bers follow. By the way, the routes run by Cityliner are variously mentioned as run by Transnasional and Klang-Banting. If we sometimes sound confused, that's because we are! We believe the definition of operational entities goes something like this: Transnasional (or officially Kumpulan Transnasional Berhad) own various subsidiaries which include Klang-Banting, which has historically run routes between KL and Klang and Banting.

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Parisign Bus Stops PDF Print E-mail
Bus - Bus Stops
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Saturday, 10 November 2007

this enquiry came in from the website: "I was wondering if you had any information or contacts regarding the new bus stop design's that were approved by kl city hall?I found it interesting that the star seemed to have a lot of comments from the public and an unidentified survey company, but no revert from any city council.. Would you be able to spread some light on this issue or perhaps have an opinion on the new bus stop design issue?" 

moderator's response:"As anyone can see, they are constructed by Parisign, an advertising company. It looks like Parisign has set up these bus stops in return for the right to sell the advertising space on them. That's my guess. In my personal opinion, I reckon that the new bus stop design is aesthetically beautiful. However, there have been a couple of times when I was waiting for a bus at these stops (eg at Jln Semarak and an Tmn Desa) when the seats didn't seem to be fully constructed yet. I think on the Jln Semarak one, neither was the roof, so I and a couple of other passengers ended up waiting somewhere else because the metal seats were hot. Of course, that brings us to the next point, which is that they look beautiful but they don't give much protection from sunlight nor rain. In fact, most of the time, the seating seems to not extend across the entire width of the stop, but alternates along the panels." 

Last Updated ( Monday, 03 December 2007 )
 
New stops north of Rawang for KTM PDF Print E-mail
Rail - KTM Komuter
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Tuesday, 03 April 2007
 
  Pic © Konstantine Choo, KTMRailwayFan.com
By Christina Low (The Star)

KUALA LUMPUR, 3 Apr -  less than a month’s time the public would be able to stop at three new railway stations after Rawang.  

The three stations are Serendah, Batang Kali and Rasa, which is part of the Rawang-Ipoh double-tracking project which was completed in December last year.  

At present, KTM commuters have to disembark at the Rawang station and take another train, called the shuttle service, to the three new destinations.

“Infrastructure, track and stations have all been completed but we need another year to complete the signalling, communication and electrification systems,” said KTMB managing director Datuk Mohd Salleh Abdullah.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 April 2007 )
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KL, S'pore Approve Bullet Train Link PDF Print E-mail
The News - Latest News
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Monday, 26 March 2007
  

MALAYSIA and Singapore have approved the construction of a bullet train line to be built by Malaysian conglomerate YTL Corp to link the two countries, according to a newspaper report yesterday.

But in Singapore, a Ministry of Transport spokesman said the Republic is still waiting for a proposal from the Malaysian government for the high-speed link.

'We are open to the idea of a high-speed rail link, and we look forward to receiving a proposal from the Malaysian government,' the spokesman said.

The New Straits Times, citing an unnamed official from YTL, said yesterday that the rail line would cost some RM8.1 billion (S$3.6 billion).

Last Updated ( Monday, 26 March 2007 )
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Latest changes to RapidKL local shuttles 233 and 235 PDF Print E-mail
Public Transport - KL - General News
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Tuesday, 09 January 2007
 
  

Counting down to Vision 2020, Malaysia is progressing rapidly day by day. The cityscape is changing on daily basis, so as our public transit system.

After the launching of new bus network in Area 2 (Kepong, Segambut, Selayang and Gombak), RapidKL is now fine tuning some of the routes. Today, we are announcing the changes to routes of local shuttles 233 and 235.

When first launched, route 233 was plying the route from Taman Melati LRT to Titiwangsa hub. However, it was shortened to just Sri Kelantan public housing scheme in Jalan Sentul after a while. Now, it is extended to Sentul LRT.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 April 2007 )
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