TRANSIT notes that Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua took the bus from Batu Pahat, Johor to the Bukit Jalil temporary bus terminal.
He posted his experience & feedback, including photos, on his twitter feed @TonyPua
We thought it would be fun to post his tweets & photos here so people could see what has happened recently at the temporary terminal – given the lack of media attention and effort by the authorities to maintain their vigilance.
Sunday, June 20, 2010 11:18:06 AM
#BktJalilTerminal public walkway bcomes sheltrd motorcycls parkg bay
Sunday, June 20, 2010 11:23:35 AM
#BktJalilTerminal temp foodstalls by d SgPuyuh, waste & rubbish dumpd onto riverside, no drain or sewage sys http://tweetphoto.com/28139322
Sunday, June 20, 2010 11:29:15 AM
#BktJalilTerminal 1st impressn slight congestn, plenty of bus parkg space unlike Pudurya, basic but functnl
Sunday, June 20, 2010 11:33:09 AM
#BktJalilTerminal Majr shrtcomgs: lack sheltr & sheltrd wlkways if rain, devoid of signbds like ‘Toilet’,’LRT’,’Taxi’,’Tickets’ or ‘Lost’
#BktJalilTerminal Some presence of taxi touts, but not many, mayb its stil early. Didn’t walk 2 ticket countrs 2 chk on tix touts
#BktJalilTerminal Lack of pickup lanes – illegl parkg, congestn. When’s BdrTskSltn transpt hub ready? Its 9MP proj, but now in #10MP. Sigh
There you have it. At least one MP taking the bus and giving feedback. Amazing, isn’t it?
TRANSIT will forward that feedback to the Federal Territories Ministry, SPAD and UDA Holdings and hopefully, we can see some action taken over the next few weeks.