Concerned Penangites have scored a huge psychological victory in a battle of online petitions on the mega transport plans for the state.
It was only earlier this month that the transport minister had said that the proposed elevated LRT might not be the best option for Penang.
Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin may have charmed many Malaysians with her candour and knowledge and the breath of fresh air she has brought to ministerial ranks.
Developments over the past 100 days of Pakatan Harapan rule have given us some hope that we are on the march towards not just a more developed Malaysia, but one that upholds freedom, justice and solidarity.
Make sure you head down to Spice for the ‘town hall’ meeting with the Department of Environment on Thursday,
22 20 September at 8pm regarding the EIA for the RM8bn 19.5km six-lane Pan Island Link, which includes 10.1km of tunnels.
Soil scientist Dr Kam Suan Pheng writes in response to a letter that appeared in the press: