Government & Legislation News

In the Government & Legislation News section of the Truck & Bus News website, you will be kept up to date with the latest political and legislative matters that are due to impact the commercial vehicle and bus operator sector in Malaysia.

Bus operators could soon be subjected to the Safety Star Grading (SSG) programme as a step to help the improvement of their services. Click here to read.

The Primary Industries Ministry are due to reveal the implementation of a B10 Biodiesel Programme by the end of 2018. Come to our website to find out more.

The Selangor State were recently presented with 11 units of the Isuzu Forward FVR34AUTO (Garbage Compactor Truck) to KDEB Waste Management Sdn Bhd (KDEBWM).
A partnership between Social Community Technology (Socoe) and Sarawak Lorries Transport Association will help transport provides to have an active online presence.
The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) will be abolished, with its responsibilities due to be taken over by the Transport Ministry.
In a report in The Sun Daily, a total of 52 buses are set to be purchased, costing around RM15 million in one of the state's transport initiatives.
Effective 1st January, 2017, the Road Transport Department (JPJ) announced that rear reflective marking were mandatory on all commercial vehicles.
According to a report in The Star Online, Sarawak will make the move to electric buses for its public transportation system.
Terengganu’s capital will feature a dedicated bus service similar to the MyRapid bus service in the Klang Valley according to the New Straits Times.
From 2022, the commuters in Punggol, Tengah and the Jurong Innovation District (JID) will be served by autonomous buses and on-demand shuttles.

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