Friday, August 22, 2008

Lousy Public Transportation - PM

That's what our Malaysian Prime Minister wanted to say, lousy public transportation, but the mainstream media has to be polite with the words as it will be read by the world at large.

He boarded the commuter train and the light rail transit during the morning peak hour period. After trying it for almost one hour, he was at the conclusion that the system need some changes. Hello sir, my due respect, you have been the Deputy Prime Minister and Prime Minister for a number of years now and you have just discovered the plight faced by the general public in the capital city of Malaysia.

It's no doubt that even the light rail transit that has been operating for so long can't even put things right. True enough that the number of coaches are not sufficient. What's the point of building such a large platform that could accommodate more coaches that comes into each station. Might as well build a smaller platform in the beginning.

Moreover the general public can recognise you. Try wearing a baseball cap, dress in a t-shirt with jeans (your bodyguards are to dress the same) and try boarding it again at 6pm. You'll be shocked. Guess you won't be as it took you so many years to know about this.

Don't just try the commuter and light rail transit. Try the public buses and taxis as well. So, before your parliament or the city council decides to implement any new and stupid traffic system that limits private motor vehicles into the city, please remember this day.

Reading - PM unhappy with City rail services - Star
Tags: Light Rail Transit, Commuter Train, LRT, Public Transport, Kuala Lumpur



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Talk about redundant statement!

22 August, 2008 02:03  
Blogger Unknown said...

cry blood.

22 August, 2008 05:40  
Blogger Borneo Falcon said...

He should have taken the public transport long time ago. So as the previous prime ministers.

22 August, 2008 08:44  
Blogger Unknown said...

the problem was so OBVIOUSLY there but until now the PM only saw it...
speechless with him...

22 August, 2008 10:10  
Blogger ilovelash said...

he will cry taking buses man.

22 August, 2008 12:05  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

cc - well, he needs to say something. he can't agree

haryaton - his blood?

borneo - not only that, do it everyday

nkw@i - got by-election ard the corner, so need to say something good

booppi - as if he did push his way thru into the lrt. imagine what the bodyguards will do to those fellas who pushed the PM

22 August, 2008 15:37  
Blogger Ted said...

So for him to admit that our crime rate is high, someone must rob/rape him?

22 August, 2008 16:42  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

ted - unless his bodyguards not around

22 August, 2008 22:50  
Blogger bZbee said...

try asking AAB take bus services in KK..better yet..around Sabah..he'll have his backside sore becos of bad road in the interior and terrible body odour from the illegals in the buses...hahahaha..sure he nobolou la....means Kadazan lingo...

23 August, 2008 11:36  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

bzbee - that's a big thing to ask of him. btw, yr blog is not opened for public to view

24 August, 2008 01:47  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LRT is just one of the multi billion projects left over by Mahathir loh.
Be it LRT, KLIA, Twin Tower, Proton, Perwaja, Highway, RM, etc.
If really want to inspect all got problem inside lah.

Mahathir didn't build it for the people.
They just wanted to build legacy for themselves and for people to remember them. LRT, KLIA, Twin Tower, Proton, Perwaja, Highway = LEGACY? Bullshit!

The same with Najib's previous education scheme and now National service.
Even our currency, the changed Malaysia dollar to Ringgit Malaysia, depreciated few times in the past 20-30 years. Think about it!

People have been suffering for ages, now only he's acting....Is it because of Anwar's by election?

24 August, 2008 20:40  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the transport minister still do not say a word yet...looks like he do not do anything aaa...hehehehe...

25 August, 2008 10:29  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

anonymous 1 - i wld say that the lrt and highways are required as the nation grows but somehow full accountability was not there

anonymous 2 - transport minister said that they don't have the full power to do so

26 August, 2008 13:32  

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