TRANSIT woke up this morning and decided to confuse as many people as possible by using as many acronyms as possible in one post heading.
We have already done this in the past (for fun), but once the GTP and ETP were introduced, we felt that they really raised the bar on acronym use so we had to improve ourselves.
In this case, the post heading actually means: Mass-Rapid Transit Update: (the) Association for Water & Energy Research tells (the) Department of (the) Environment to reject (the) Environmental Impact Assessment (Report) from ERE Consulting Group for the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit Sg. Buloh – Kajang (Line).
Whew, that is certainly a mouthful – so now you know why our title was made this way:
MRT Update: AWER tells DoE to reject EIA from ERE for KVMRT (SBK)
But you, the reader, must be wondering why this organization has recommended that the EIA Report be rejected – and for that, we have this article from the Malaysian Insider:
Group tells DOE to reject MRT key report (Malaysian Insider)
By Clara Chooi
February 26, 2011
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 26 — A local research group has told the Department of Environment (DOE) to reject the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) prepared for the multi-billion ringgit Klang Valley MRT project, accusing its project consultants of conducting a shoddy job on the key report.
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