1. Article: Integrated public transportation within a year: DPM (NST) – Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yasin took his trip on the Klang Valley public transport system and claimed that the public transport system can be integrated within a year.
2. Hotline: Vandalised bus stop (Malay Mail) – Lim of Ampang complains about a damaged bus stop.
3. Article: Jalan Putra pedestrian bridge redesigned to link up with PWTC (Malay Mail) – the walkway from the PWTC LRT station to the Hentian Putra bus station will include a branch to Putra World Trade Centre.
In contrast, some residents in Brickfields are questioning the 3 pedestrian bridges introduced recently, and want better pedestrian-friendly and universal design features instead.
4. Letter: Ensure efficient service (The Star) – William Davis of Subang Jaya comments on the need for a more efficient bus system (rather than just a larger fleet of buses).
5. Article: Shuttle service a boon for sick (NST) – The Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital here will be introducing a localised shuttle service for the public to go to its wards and clinics.
Two vans, each with a capacity to take 14 passengers, will pick up passengers at five zones in the hospital compound. A trial run starts 15 February 2011.
6. Letter: Railway woes: Station in dire need of repair (NST) – S.T. Raj of Klang comments on the state of the Klang Railway station.
7. Letter: Bus service: Rapid Penang makes it easy to get around island (NST) – S. Paul of KL comments on a good experience using RapidPenang bus service during the recent Chinese New Year holiday.
8. Article: Kuching may get a Hong Kong-like transport system (NST) – Abang ‘Jo'(hari Openg) the Sarawak Minister of Urban Development expresses his hope for an integrated transport system in Kuching and states that SPAD supports this.
[TRANSIT: Don’t start hoping for MRT / MTR in Kuching – when he says “Hong Kong style” he refers to a fully integrated public transport network including ferries & buses.]
9. Article: ITT-BTS and Puduraya terminal fully ready in March (The Star) – Puduraya terminal will reopen on 1 March 2011 and TBSBTS will be ready by then as well.
10. Statement: Penyediaan 16 buah bas BEST ini adalah komitmen Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang untuk menunaikan janji(BM) (Penang CM’s Office)