Sunday, 25/2/2018 | 9:36 UTC+8
  • Motorists are stuck in a traffic jam on a main road in Jakarta on June 21 as they return home to break the fast during the holy Muslim month of Ramadan
    Road Ban Malaysia – Hari Raya 2017

    As usual, due to Hari Raya, certain heavy vehicles will be banned on highways from 23/6/2017 – 24/6/2017 (Friday – Saturday) and 1/7/2017 -2/7/2017 (Saturday – Sunday) by Malaysia Road Transport Department (JPJ). Kindly refer table below for the details.   F By 2msia.com Share us on:

    Read more
  • Road Ban
    Heavy Vehicles will be banned on highways – Chinese New Year 2017 (Road Ban)

    Festive Road Ban As usual, due to Chinese New Year, certain heavy vehicles will be banned on highways from 26/1/2017 – 27/1/2017 and 31/1/2017 -1/2/2017 by Malaysia Road Transport Department (JPJ). 26 January 2017 (Thursday), 27 January 2017 (Friday), 31 January 2017 (Tuesday), 1 February 2017 (Wednesday). Kindly refer table below for the details.  

    Read more
  • HSR2
    KL-Singapore HSR details to be known in 2 years

    KUALA LUMPUR: Details of the contracts for the construction of the KL to Singapore high speed rail will likely be known in two years, said the Land Public Transport Commission’s chief development officer Prodyut Dutt. “Given that the development takes about five years and we aim to complete it in 2022, working backwards we should

    Read more
  • teksi01
    KL cabbies blame authorities after being named ‘worst in the world’

    PETALING JAYA — Kuala Lumpur Sentral Taxi Drivers Association says it agrees with a website’s claim that Kuala Lumpur’s cabbies are the “worst in the world”. Its president Badrol Hisham said it was true that taxi services in KL are the worst since the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) had also said it. “However, SPAD’s

    Read more
  • Singapore takes issue with Malaysian remarks on High Speed Rail

    SINGAPORE – The Ministry of Transport (MOT) today (June 19) took issue with recent comments made separately by two Malaysian officials on the design of the crossing for the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System link, and Malaysia’s preference to terminate the High Speed Rail (HSR) in Johor Bahru, instead of Jurong East which the Republic

    Read more
F