Not surprisingly, no traffic consultant was named in the Detailed Environmental Impact Assessment. (more…)
Category: Public transport
The Guardian reports: “Passengers with stolen passports had tickets with consecutive numbers and onward flight to Amsterdam.”
Live updates on the missing flight MH370 can be found on:
The Guardian website here.
The Yahoo! newsroom here.
The China Daily website here.
The Mirror website here.
The public display on the Seri Tanjung Pinang Phase 2 Detailed EIA has apparently been relocated from Level 4 to Level 16 in Komtar. I am not sure why. Doesn’t seem like much of a “public display” to me. Anyway, the display ends tomorrow, for what it is worth. Activists, however, are asking for a two-month extension to the public feedback period, which expires next week. The 800-page report in three volumes is long, technical and complicated and most people are still unaware of it. A hard copy costs RM500 while soft copies of the files (totalling 666MB! – interesting number, eh?) are too large to send over the internet.
Meanwhile, the Pulau Tikus state assembly rep has come out expressing concern about the traffic impact of the proposed cross-channel tunnel. “We cannot compare ourselves to Hong Kong because there are only 50 cars per 1,000 population whereas Penang has more cars registered than the total population,” she said. (more…)