Aliran came up with a statement on the controversial Pan Island Link the other day: Aliran recognises that urban centres like the Klang Valley and Penang are faced with a serious problem of congestion on the roads. We therefore welcome...
An eye-opener for 200 people at a Penang Forum briefing in Chinese and English at the Teo Chew Association at Chulia Street this afternoon. Almost all of them indicated on the registration forms that they had not been consulted...
Standing room only now as 300 people cram into the seminar room at Dewan Sri Pinang. Please use headphones if the volume is too low. Go here for live transmission Or copy and paste this link on your browser: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=325995698136963&id=155213444840142
I was amused to hear that the state government has reached out to nearly 17,000 people through “public engagement sessions” to explain details about the Penang transport masterplan. First, which transport plan did they “engage” the public with –...
Only about two weeks remain for the 7 September deadline for public feedback on the detailed environmental impact assessment for phase one of the Pan-Island Link 1 (PIL1) highway, a major component of RM46bn transport proposal put forward by...