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Malaysian Urban Public Transport And How To Improve It

Dato Ridza Abdoh Salleh, Former Prasarana CEO, Dr Rosli Khan

29-Jul-21 08:00

Malaysian Urban Public Transport And How To Improve It

Back in 2019, the federal government said it was aiming to achieve 40% of public transportation usage within the next 10 years, from the 20% it was at the time. Can Malaysia realistically hit that target and are we doing enough to develop public transport in the country? Roshan Kanesan breaks this down with Dato Ridza Abdoh Salleh, Prasarana's first CEO and was involved with the LRT project during its inception back in 1997, and Dr. Rosli Khan, a transportation expert with over 30 years in the transport industry.

Background image credit: Abdul Razak Latif / Shutterstock.com

Produced by: Arleen Webber

Presented by: Roshan Kanesan


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