SRS Consortium claims their transport proposal is superior than the Better, Cheaper, Faster framework put forward by Penang Forum. But why are their 20 volumes not available for public scrutiny online then? They are only available for viewing by...
This is a statement by Penang Forum: It was reported in Star, 20 July 2016, that the Gerakan party in Penang supports Penang Forum’s proposal for a Better, Cheaper and Faster (BCF) transport masterplan. Whilst Penang Forum (PF) welcomes support...
While Penang Forum's Better, Cheaper, Faster transport framework is now available for public scrutiny on the bettercheaperfaster.my website, the proposal put forward by SRS Consortium is still under wraps. The SRS proposal, which is in 20 volumes, is only...
We support the idea of a transport master plan for Penang that is truly environmentally friendly and financially viable. We reject the SRS and Penang state’s proposal for prioritising road building ahead of public transport. We want the state...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6B9o1baUaP8 Penang Forum has launched a ‘Better Cheaper Faster' Penang transport masterplan report and website (www.bettercheaperfaster.my) today, 13 July 2016. Penang Forum is pleased to launch our proposed ‘Better Cheaper Faster’ Penang Transport Master Plan and website. This is an initiative...
Penang debate of the year on undersea tunnel: Dap LimHockSengvsGerakanLiangTeckMeng @caringsociety @malaysiakini pic.twitter.com/iJf8YKwlvY— susan loone (@susanloone) June 28, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Just back from the debate at the Caring Society Complex in Penang, and I can't say I was edified or any...
When Halcrow first came up with its transport masterplan, the projected cost of implementing the Penang masterplan was reported to be RM27bn. This figure included the RM6bn-plus for the tunnel and three highways (under Zenith), which was the state...
A short comment piece by MBPP councillor Dr Lim Mah Hui: I welcome Roger Teoh’s comments on my article “Road to folly: Will building more roads resolve traffic congestion” as a healthy debate over an issue of great importance. His...
So I have been appointed to the Penang Transport Council. I thank the state government for appointing this "vocal critic" (cough, cough) to the council as a representative of Aliran. It is heartening that the state government has said...
There aren't that many monorail systems in Europe. One of the few is in Moscow - and it is bleeding red ink, burdening taxpayers. This is Vukan R Vuchic, a public transport expert, professor of the University of Pennsylvania, and...

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