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Inisiatif NKRA

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  • Raise the modal share to 13% in 2010 and to 25% by 2012 during the morning peak in the Klang Valley, followed by separate plans to also improve public transport in Johor Bahru and Penang
  • Improve reliability and journey times
  • Enhance comfort and convenience
  • Improve accessibility and connectivity such that the percentage of the population living within 400 metres of a public transport route is increased from 63% to 75% in 2012.
Eleven initiatives were established under the NKRA-UPT. Among the initiatives being implemented by the Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD) are:
  • Implementation of five Bus Expressway Transit services and the study on bus lanes and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) networks
  • Refurbishing 634 bus stops and build 306 new covered bus stops
  • Smart ticketing integration
  • Improving bus networks
  • Establishment of performance standards for operators
Other initiatives being carried out by other government agencies are:
  • Stepping up on enforcement
  • Increasing capacity of the KTM Komuter
  • Increasing capacity of the monorail
  • Increasing capacity of the Kelana Jaya and Ampang LRT lines
  • Establishment of Integrated Transit Terminals
  • Physical integration of stations
The early achievements of the NKRA-UPT so far are:
  • Around 2.21 million more commuters have taken the LRT in the first 11 months of 2010 than the same period the previous year
  • Reduced journey time of around 30 mins along the four Bus Expressway Transit routes in the Klang Valley with increased ridership in all routes
  • Integrated Transport Terminal (ITT) in Bandar Tasik Selatan was completed at the end of 2010 and will divert approximately 500 to 600 express buses from the city centre. The ITT will also act as a key transportation hub as it is served by buses, the LRT, KTM Komuter, Express Rail Link and taxis.