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Mat Bruce
03-11-2014, 10:22 PM
My son got an internship in Taman Tun for the next couple of months, starting mid Nov, is there public transport to TTDI from Subang Jaya or USJ? My wife drives towards KL on Federal Hwy and I heads towards Guthrie to Kuala Selangor. He does not have a driver license yet, what are his options? Thanks.

in
04-11-2014, 08:28 AM
Drop him off at the Commuter station near Subang Parade. Take train to Sentral. From there take RapidKL Bus U82 to TTDI. http://www.mypublictransport.com/2011/02/u82-kl-sentral-one-utama.html You can check this website for alternative routes. http://www.mypublictransport.com/

bslee
04-11-2014, 01:16 PM
Hmmm..an indication of how seriously lacking our public transportation in this era. Its a huge national issue.
I'm so amazed by the much newer LRT implementation in Shenzhen and 2000 year old Guangzhou city. Go North south east west...don't have to cross roads or hop different transport entities.

Mat Bruce
08-11-2014, 12:18 PM
Drop him off at the Commuter station near Subang Parade. Take train to Sentral. From there take RapidKL Bus U82 to TTDI. http://www.mypublictransport.com/2011/02/u82-kl-sentral-one-utama.html You can check this website for alternative routes. http://www.mypublictransport.com/

Thanks Buddy. I never personally take public transport so don't know much. Will check this out.

aursong
10-11-2014, 09:46 AM
My son got an internship in Taman Tun for the next couple of months, starting mid Nov, is there public transport to TTDI from Subang Jaya or USJ? My wife drives towards KL on Federal Hwy and I heads towards Guthrie to Kuala Selangor. He does not have a driver license yet, what are his options? Thanks.

Get wife to drop off along federal highway, Asia Jaya or University LRT.
That would be much faster than taking the commuter...

Mat Bruce
15-11-2014, 07:47 PM
Get wife to drop off along federal highway, Asia Jaya or University LRT.
That would be much faster than taking the commuter...
Oh...I see, our commuter so slow. Will do that then.

Ozil
15-11-2014, 08:03 PM
Hmmm..an indication of how seriously lacking our public transportation in this era. Its a huge national issue.
I'm so amazed by the much newer LRT implementation in Shenzhen and 2000 year old Guangzhou city. Go North south east west...don't have to cross roads or hop different transport entities.

Yes I worked at Huawei Shenzhen for few years and stayed in the city. The MRT there is superb and it was easy travelling around...Even taking the MRT to Hong Kong is so seamless....

Naka
15-11-2014, 08:12 PM
I tot this forum sudah mati.

No post for 24hrs

bslee
15-11-2014, 08:49 PM
Yes I worked at Huawei Shenzhen for few years and stayed in the city. The MRT there is superb and it was easy travelling around...Even taking the MRT to Hong Kong is so seamless....
Just last week, trip on Putra LRT to KL Sentral, walk straight through the completed building complex direct to KL Monorail station. Before that it was a bloody nightmare to walk out of KL Sentral, down to the bus terminal behind, through, one big round the ongoing hazardous building construction, cross Jalan Brickfields to the Monorail. Its like anyone risk their lives through that busy route. Yup, all over now and Malaysia soon forget the horrendous experience for nearly 2 decades. Meanwhile KL Sentral interior is looking dated, insufficient maintenance and on the way to serious rot. Typical of 1st world infrastructure, 3rd world mentality where tip top maintenance isn't in the vocabulary. Just look at some roofs of those shopping lots at the main area when going up or down the escalator. Busy place isn't an excuse for lackadaisical building maintenance. Terrible! We are far far behind other countries who've done better.

jan tomaswaki
15-11-2014, 09:32 PM
I tot this forum sudah mati.

No post for 24hrs
I feel the same,watching slowly mati...soon.The most recent can,t achieve 300 hits.With Sentinel,aka Siang Malam,Zing,Sagamihara with many alias and Currymee not so "active" ..soon will go mati.Pegurus Kebun MUST do something....maybe reformat the forum again...no need to separate diffent topics just taruh la..

QuietStorm
16-11-2014, 05:07 PM
I tot this forum sudah mati.

No post for 24hrsIt died the day the fun and games were banished into cold storage. Thought you knew that already, Naka?

bslee
16-11-2014, 07:22 PM
It died the day the fun and games were banished into cold storage. Thought you knew that already, Naka?

Am I to presume taunts, nitpicking, quarrels, bananas and occasional extraordinary language are fun and games?
In my free time I'm refining my huge database of my cd collection..a lot to do including hi-resolution scans of the cover inserts. I know that ain't exactly fun and its not some game. :D

Mat Bruce
16-11-2014, 11:19 PM
I think FB is a lot more attractive. I still come to this forum to ask questions, but share less because of the many FB groups that I am in. Our attention diverted elsewhere. I think it maybe time to upgrade this into an FB group, it has more tools.

ungkb
17-11-2014, 10:52 AM
My son got an internship in Taman Tun for the next couple of months, starting mid Nov, is there public transport to TTDI from Subang Jaya or USJ? My wife drives towards KL on Federal Hwy and I heads towards Guthrie to Kuala Selangor. He does not have a driver license yet, what are his options? Thanks.


H.i After coming back to KL Sentral. You can walk across the road & wait at the main bus stop at the end of KL Monorail to go home.That's the 2nd alternative.During peak hours KTM KL Sentral & the main bus stop will be cramped with commuters.

bslee
17-11-2014, 11:13 AM
During peak hours KTM KL Sentral & the main bus stop will be cramped with commuters.
This is something I've not felt at Guangzhou or Shenzhen LRT stations. No doubt its super busy from morning till midnight, with lots and lots of commuters but I never sense its crammed with people, people pushing and trying to cram into the train like havoc peak times here in Kuala Lumpur. I'm reckoning China got the system right and suffice the entire GZH or SZX population of around 8 million, and a lot of 8 million people DO NOT OWN CARS! Not only that, every station is with high security check and baggage scanners, to prevent bomb threats and God forbid anything else. They are dead serious about public safety! 8 million city population is ONE THIRD Malaysia population in crammed into ONE CITY!
Why is it MALAYSIA CANNOT DO THINGS RIGHT from scratch I'LL NEVER UNDERSTAND!, only my own conclusion why. People used to think China was backward, antiquated, lackadaisical, no quality and ill progressed...not NOW!..We ARE!