The Citizens Chant group is holding a public dialogue on the Penang tunnel project on 27 March. The topic: "A vision for an international liveable City" - A tunnel at liveable Gurney?' The speakers will be : Dr Lim Mah Hui...
A proposal for a no-car zone in the heritage enclave could be deliberated in the MPPP's next full council meeting. State exco member Lydia Ong reportedly made the suggestion to MPPP president Patahiyah Ismail, who seemed receptive to the...
Controversy has erupted over 20 lots in KL's main shopping district, Bukit Bintang, to be acquired for the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). Are transport planners hoping to reap a windfall from property development while entrenching a consumerist...
The forum on Saturday afternoon seeks to understand the public’s needs on public transport towards a liveable city and sustainable development. If we have no solutions, we definitely will be part of the problems. The forum is part of...
The tunnel and highway projects will have an impact not only along Gurney Drive, but across much of the north, east and south-east of the Island - and the mainland at Bagan Ajam. So were public consultations carried...
The Penang Forum Steering Committee and the Consumers Association of Penang have both released statements opposing the road-based tunnel project. Read the CAP statement in The Malaysian Insider. And the Penang Forum statement is below: Penang Forum opposes road-based tunnel, serious...
Our guest contributor is Eric Britton, a sustainable transport expert who visited Penang a couple of years ago. He says, "The priority is not to further expand supply of inefficiently used infrastructure, but rather to manage and use it...
The ferry dis-service in Penang is ridiculous! Penang Forum has just released this urgent statement: The Penang Forum Steering Committee is heartened that the federally controlled Penang Port Commission has requested the privatised Penang Port Sdn Bhd to postpone the...
Two sets of the RM46bn SRS Consortium transport proposal have been put up on public display at Dewan Sri Pinang in George Town for a month from today. About 10 reporters were waiting at the venue to see who would...
A joint committee has suggested that companies should prepare for next year's economic downturn by reducing workers' overtime, cutting working hours, laying off staff temporarily and slashing workers' pay packets. I have some suggestions of my own: Sell off the flashy...

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