Public transportation to serve rakyat: Despite the recent hiccup at the Putra-LRT station and bad handling an...

Ever since the British left Malaya, our train and rail networking system initially developed by the Brits has not really progressed much. While other countries have since developed high-speed rail as well as mature intra-city rail and bus networks, we are still dependent on an 8-hour night train to get from KL to Penang, a distance of only 400km! It is true that our government recently announced the latest High Speed Rail Network and its stations connecting Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. However, we have been told recently in a parliamentary reply from the government that this High Speed Rail Network is an independent transportation system which does not connect or has no integration at all to existing transportation infrastructures. For example, people still would have to drive in order to reach the High Speed Rail Stations, which does not solve any problems at all. Does thi...

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