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Synergising Public Transport and Urban Planning

Rtd General Datuk Goh Seng Toh , President, National House Buyers Association | Tuan Haji Nazri Md Noordin, President of the Malaysian Institute of Planners | Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar, Chairman, Land Public Transport Commission

15-Feb-16 08:35

Synergising Public Transport and Urban Planning

Today on Current Affairs we discuss the problems that come with having too many cars on the road, the resulting traffic congestion and accidents and the means to tackle this problem. This includes taking a closer look at issues related to affordable housing, the lack of efficient urban planning, an all encompassing public transport system, and the need to bring the relevant authorities together to look at the Transport Master Plan as a whole.

This is a report by Nadiah Aziz.



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Tags:  transport master plantraffic congestionpoor urban planningroad accidentspublic transport systemAviation, Auto, Transport, Logistics

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