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 state need only seek about RM2.6bn from the federal governement – not RM10bn or RM20bn.
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By the way, with all the focus on getting billions for transport for Penang, whatever happened to the request to the federal government to compensate Kedah for protecting the northern region’s water catchment areas in Ulu Muda? It seems to have gone quiet.