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Over the years, large-scale public and private projects have dominated the activities of the Malaysian construction sector, driven by governmental and investor efforts to implement successive five-year plans aimed at becoming a developed nation.


How crucial is public transport to ensuring the sustainable expansion of Kuala Lumpur?


What will be the impact of the recently approved mass rapid transit (MRT) line two, which will run between Sungai Buloh and Putrajaya?


Malaysians and Singaporeans are eagerly anticipating the time when it will take 90 minutes – rather than the current four hours by car – to travel to each other’s capitals. This is the promise of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) line. When completed, the line will connect the Klang Valley and Singapore, with stops in between....


As the north’s industrial powerhouse, a logistics hub and a popular tourist destination, Penang is also one of Malaysia’s fastest-growing states, with a population projected to reach 2.5m by 2030. It is divided into two halves, Penang Island, where the capital George Town is located, and Seberang Perai on the mainland. However, the increasing...


How will the planned improvements to Port Klang’s road connectivity boost efficiencies?

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