Saturday, June 12, 2021

public transport

Chinese ride-hailing giant files to go public in US

US mega-corps Apple and Uber are already substantial investors in Didi Chuxing.

LRT users told to check for Covid-19 after passenger tests positive

The woman had taken the LRT and bus during peak hours on June 1 and 3.

MRT commuters advised to check for Covid after passenger tests positive

The advice has been issued to passengers who travelled on the Kajang line on the evening of May 27.

Fewer buses going all through town leave waiting commuters tapping their feet

The pandemic's effect on public transport has made it even more difficult for those without their own cars to get around.

More ways to solve traffic issues than building elevated highways, MPs say on controversial project

Maria Chin Abdullah and William Leong warn of the social cost of the PJD Link.

US makes face masks a must on all public transport

The order extends to travel on airplanes, trains, buses, taxis, ride-shares, subways, ferries and ships.

Not so fast: Brakes on HSR project reflect global concerns on cost-benefits of speed trains

The need for 'premium' passengers to cover costs and the other transport projects which could benefit from the same funds are among the factors of concern for high-speed rails.

No go for KL-Singapore rail project as deadline passes

Malaysia and Singapore were unable to agree on changes proposed by Putrajaya due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the Malaysian economy.

Malaysia to call off Singapore-KL high-speed rail as clock ticks?

Malaysia is said to have its own plans for the project which would benefit the country in the long run, even if compensation must be paid to Singapore.

Anti-vaxxers could face public transport ban in France

A recent poll in France found that 59% of respondents said they would not get a Covid shot, one of the highest rates in the European Union.

Putting quality over quantity in public transport

Proper urban planning is needed so that people will choose public transportation as their main method of travel.

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