Blog visitor Kevin sent in this photo of a pedestrian pavement in Ipoh. Not perfect, the idea is there. But still see what look like obstructions in the path that might hinder wheelchair movement. The following photo, taken a few...
If congested Guangzhou can win a sustainable transport award for its BRT and cycle system, why not Penang and other cities in Malaysia? [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EUxUM27cNQ?rel=0&w=470&h=285] Over in Mumbai, India, the youth appear to be streets ahead of the politicians...
Armenian Street in George Town, which has the largest collection of pre-war houses - over 12,000 in all - in South-East Asia. Photo credit: Wikipedia The Stadhuys Square in Malacca Photo credit: Wikipedia Rua das Flores (Flowers Street), the main...
If you are reluctant to give up driving because of the poor public transport in the country, then you might be interested to know that a Working Group on Public Transportation in Malaysia has been formed. Head down to...
Perceptive statement below on decentralisation in Penang. Generally, I agree with the thrust of this piece except: We should forget monorail. It has not had great success elsewhere as a viable form of mass transit (apart from being...