Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Some time ago, I wondered aloud in this blog what would happen if we kept on widening our roads to cater for more cars. What would happen when there was no more room to widen the roads? The first to go...
The Penang government claims that 97% of close to 3,000 respondents have indicated support for the proposed elevated light rail system going by the responses to a questionnaire at several booths around the state including at the Penang airport....
Lim Mah Hui and Ahmad Hilmy say by just using a modified version of the Halcrow plan, the state could have an integrated transport network for the whole state for just RM10bn - instead of close to RM50bn. And the...
A few months ago, perhaps in April, a Penang government rep was seen checking out an autonomous rail rapid transit (ART) or trackless tram system in China. This option is believed to cost not more than one...
The whole "PTMP" should be reviewed. It is not a sustainable mobility masterplan formulated by independent experts. Instead it is an extravagant proposal put forward by those with vested interests in the project. The scheme is also...