Tuesday, 10 December 2019
This is an example of urban planning without a thought to pedestrians. It is a world in which cars reign supreme and pedestrians are just above cockroaches in the "food chain". It is a world in which pedestrians -...
The campaign to bring back the trams to Penang is picking up momentum as more bloggers join in the action. So far 22 bloggers have joined in the campaign. That's brilliant! Click here to see the full list. If you...
Malaysians are bent on building more infrastructure for cars and other private vehicles at a time when many other countries are looking for alternatives to private vehicle ownership as oil prices soar. Even in the United States, notorious for promoting...
Today, several Penang-based bloggers and websites simultaneously launched a "Penangites for Trams" campaign. We hope more bloggers and webmasters - especially all those who care for Penang - will join in the campaign by placing these graphics on their...
Is the cost of the second Penang bridge way too high? China yesterday inaugurated one of the longest sea bridges in the world - a six-lane 36km link (27km over sea) to connect Jiaxing city near Shanghai with Ningbo in...