Baru-baru ni pi melawat melaka...sebelum sampai tu singgah jap kat R&R seremban nak melepaskan penat..huhu..masa berehat mata ni sempat lagi tengok2 kawasan yang ada kemudahan OKU's (semangat nak buat blog la katakan hehe..)masa masuk toilet fuh boleh tahan banyak juga toilet senang la tak payah nak beratur tunggu turn...tapi... bila tengok toilet OKU ada satu je..macam mana ni??? tak kan pihak pengurusan nak suruh diorang beratur kot....kat sini ada beberapa pic toilet OKU yang sempat diambil...bersih memang bersih tapi satu je...ish..ishh..
P/s:Lu pikir la sendiri ;)
Ni la toilet nye.... tgk tue pemegangnya boleh laras lg... ini memudahkan
ALL the 200 new buses to be added to the Rapid Penang fleet would be disabled-friendly, Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop said.
He said the buses would be delivered by June, bringing the total number of buses owned by the company to 350.
He said the new buses would be fitted with a ramp each to enable wheelchair-bound passengers to board them.
Nor Mohamed added that Rapid Penang had also installed the Global Positioning System (GPS) on all its buses to monitor their movements.
Passengers trying out the Rapid Penang bus service in Pekan Darat.
“The GPS is rented from a service provider.
“It will improve route frequency and enable the company to provide better service to commuters,” he told reporters in Butterworth yesterday after launching Rapid Penang’s new Butterworth – Pekan Darat route in Tasek Gelugor.
Nor Mohamed said the company hoped to break even in three years despite the losses it suffered since beginning operations in July 2007.
It is learnt that the company has recorded losses of about RM7mil.
Nor Mohamed said the company projected to serve 40,000 passengers daily when the new buses were put on the road.
“The current fleet of 150 is serving about 25,000 passengers daily,” he added.
He said more routes would be introduced, especially in rural areas on the Penang mainland, when the new buses begin ope-rations.
Rapid Penang is a subsidiary of RapidKL which is 100% owned by the Ministry of Finance Inc.
Nor Mohamed said the company was set up to improve public transportation in Penang and was not purely profit-driven.
“The responsibility of serving the people was on our minds when we introduced Rapid Penang,” he added.
Lihatlah realiti kehidupan pasti tidak kesunyian suka duka kehidupan hadapilah dengan ketabahan hati ini sering terusik dalam syahdu kesyukuran meskipun diriku ini terbukti dalam serba kekurangan yang amat memerlukan ketabahan oh, insan mulia hulurkan ruang simpati keprihatinan mu beri sinar harapan sama berdiri seiring kejar impian jasa baktimu tiada bandingan moga berkekalan ayuh kita bergandingan menuju satu wawasan membina insan warga yang penyayang (corus) moga berkekalan ....
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