Public Transportation: A More Connected Klang Valley


When: Mon, December 16, 7:30pm – 10:00pm, 2013
Where: Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
Admission: Free
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Since 2009, improvements on Klang Valley's public transportation system were going on, ranging from new bus systems, increased train capacity and the on-going centralisation of taxi system. On top of all that, the 4th EPP under Greater KL/Klang Valley of building the MRT promises a more connected Klang Valley. This promises a lot of positive effects for the urbanites, projected to be around 10 million by 2020.

Speaker Dato’ Ahmad Suhaili is Director for NKRA Urban Public Transport and NKEA Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley under GTP and ETP in PEMANDU. He graduated with a first class honours in Mechanical Engineering from Manchester University (1977) and an MBA from University Malaya (1988). He is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute, UK.

Glossary!
EPP: Entry Point Projects (key catalyst projects of the NKEA)
MRT: Mass Rapid Transit (intracity rail system, has bigger coaches and capacity than the LRT)
NKRA: National Key Results Areas (crime, corruption, education, poverty, rural, transport, cost)
NKEA: National Key Economic Areas (resources, plantation, financial, tourism, business, electronics, retail, education, healthcare, communications, agriculture, greater KL)
GTP Government Transformation Programme (umbrella for the seven NKRA)
ETP: Economic Transformation Programme (umbrella for the twelve NKEA)
PEMANDU: Performance Management Delivery Unit (oversees the ETP and GTP)

Klang Valley Rail Network


Source and Full Map: MyMRT