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Will Malaysia Remain Car-centric?

Mirza Iqmal Bin Sariffudin, Transit Malaysia

10-May-22 07:15

Will Malaysia Remain Car-centric?

Mirza Iqmal Sariffudin from Transit Malaysia explains what has caused Malaysia, and especially Klang Valley, to be so car-centric as the number of motor vehicles in Malaysia stands equal to its population by the end of 2020. Image credit: Shutterstock.com

Produced by: Moh Heng Ying

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Philip See, Wong Shou Ning


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Categories:  social issuespeople and placesautotech

Tags:  public transportpublic infrastructuremotor vehiclessocial policypublic policytransport policy





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