Advantages Of Transportation In Malaysia

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1.0 INTRODUCTION
Transport can be defined as a movement of passengers and goods form point of origin to the point of consumption. There are five modes which are road, rail, sea, air and pipeline. Each of the modes has their own specialty and also some disadvantages. Malaysia is one of the country, has well-developed transport networks and efficient rail links. Its international ports and airports are well connected to bus and train services, making travel to, from and around the country easy and efficient. There is a variety of public transportation in larger cities. In Kuala Lumpur, for example, there are stage buses, taxis, trishaws, as well as train. Besides public transport, private transport (individually-owned vehicles) also has huge impact on Malaysian road space demand. There are more registered vehicles in Malaysia today and large number of private vehicles travelling into the city centers pressure for road users, especially at peak hours.
Public transport also has a significant impact towards the environment as air, sound and
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Here, I would like to suggest or develop a new product in reducing transportation problem. It would be better if ‘Straddling Bus’ is introduced in Malaysia. Straddling Bus can be defined as a combination of both a bus and a train. It is currently being invested by scientist and engineers in United South (US) and China. United South and China are the country busy all the day. In Malaysia, normally big cities are always busy. So, this new transportation is better if inverted in our country. Straddling Bus is 4.5 meter in height and 6 meter wide, moves on two rails on both sides of the street. The Straddling Bus works with electricity and solar energy. It has potential to reach with speed of 60 km/h and has ability to carry 1200-1400 passengers at once. Straddling Bus can save up to 860 tons of fuel a year and cut 2,640 tons in carbon
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