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GEORGE TOWN: The Northern Corridor Implementation Agency (NCIA) has been given until Jan 15 to get back to the state government on its interest in collaborating on the state?s Transport Master Plan. State Local Government and Traffic Management Committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow said the state had appointed a company to commission a study on the transportation plan a few months ago.
He said NCIA later showed interest to work with the state government on the water taxis, and other maritime transportation projects. On Sept 16, Chow had said that the fate of Penang?s water taxi plan would hinge on the master plan.
He said if NCIA wanted to cooperate with the state government on the study, then maybe partial funding for the study could come from the Public Private Partnership Unit (UKAS) in the Prime Minister?s Office. The federal government may revive a project to build a light rapid transit (LRT) system for Penang, as part of efforts to reduce traffic congestion nationwide. Business Times has learnt that the scheme is likely to be an expansion of the government's efforts to improve public transport via projects such as Kuala Lumpur's first mass rapid transit system (MRT) and the proposed light rail service in the Iskandar Development Region in Johor. If the project in Penang takes off after repeated attempts previously, there is expected to be an all-round sigh of relief, in the face of traffic jams which have been worsening for close to two decades. Talk of a LRT system for Penang is not new, dating back to more than 10 years ago when the then state government had talked about the project, along with other proposals such as the Penang Outer Ring Road, a monorail system and a third connection for Penang island and Seberang Prai.
Although the projects have yet to take off, other methods to alleviate traffic congestion, such as the Jelutong Expressway (now renamed the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway) and the introduction of several one-way traffic systems in selected areas on Penang island and the mainland, have offered little respite to motorists and commuters. The Penang Monorail was a proposed monorail line to be constructed under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) and Northern Corridor Economic Region.

The 37km monorail line, estimated to cost RM1.6 billion, was expected to be located on Penang island, with two lines to be built and possible extensions to Province Wellesley in the future. After the mid-term review of the 9MP, however, the project has been postponed indefinitely. Facebook Page: To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. GEORGE TOWN: The public can travel faster between various places on Penang island and Seberang Prai with the introduction of water taxis which is expected to take-off by the end of next year. Penang Port Commission (PPC) chairman Tan Cheng Liang said the project was approved by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at the Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER) council meeting recently. She said the PPC, which mooted the idea, had identified 10 proposed coastal points for the service.
She said the sites on the mainland are Butterworth, Bagan Ajam, Pulau Aman and Nibong Tebal, and Weld Quay, Tanjung Bunga, Teluk Bahang, Tanjung Tokong, Pantai Jerejak and Batu Maung on the island. Tan said the water taxis will greatly help to reduce travelling time between various places in the state. Tan said the service would be useful for those staying in Seberang Prai but working in Bayan Lepas factories or Batu Ferringhi hotels. Tan said the service would be implemented by the Northern Corridor Implementation Agency (NCIA) under the Ninth Malaysia Plan.
She said a consultant would be engaged to carry out a study on the project feasibility, the popularity of the routes and geographical impact.

NCIA senior vice-president Christopher Tan Chie Kiong said the final cost of the project could not be determined prior to the study. KEPALA BATAS, March 5 (Bernama) -- Water taxis will make a splash for transportation and tourism in Penang. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop said this followed a study on the implementation of water taxis, which was carried out by the Northern Corridor Implementation Authority (NCIA). He was speaking to reporters after opening the annual general meeting of the Sekolah Kebangsaan Tasek Gelugor parents-teachers association here today. The minister said the government had no problem in providing allocation to implement water taxi transportation.
Penang Port Commission chairman Tan Cheng Liang was reported having said the government had approved implementation of water taxis and that RM50 million was set aside for the project to be carried out in stages. The areas proposed as routes in the island involve Tanjung Bungah, Teluk Bahang, Georgetown, Pulau Jerejak and Batu Maung, while for Seberang Perai, it covers seaside areas of Bagan Ajam, Butterworth, Batu Kawan and Nibong Tebal. Malaysia Photo Gallery - To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. Alor Setar, Ipoh, Johor Bahru, Kangar, Kota Bahru, Kota Kinabalu, Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu, Kuching, Seremban, Shah Alam, etc!

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