SPAD continues to plan and oversee integrated projects that aim to enhance the land public transport network across Malaysia. The coming years will see several highly anticipated projects come to fruition; such as the expansion of LRT Lines, the opening of the MRT Line 1, the roll-out of KTMB electricfied double track and the implementation of MRT Line 2 and 3 as well as LRT 3. Efforts are also underway to enhance and streamline intergration of land public transport services within the Greater KL/Klang Valley.
Alongside infrastructure development, SPAD is also rolling out a new application named “Journey Planner”. The app is set to be a game changer for the land public transport network as it will allow commuters to plan their trips, providing real-time information on bus and rail services within Greater Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley. Besides the release of the Journey Planner app, SPAD will be introducing the Integrated Common Payment System (ICPS), a system that lets passengers travel on different rail networks and transport modes without having to buy seperate tickets for each route, and simultaneously introduces a cashless way of commuting for the rakyat.