Syed Saddiq’s Suggestions For Walkable And Public Transport-Friendly Cities Gather Mixed Reactions From Netizens
2 months ago
It’s starting to look like Malaysian cities hate pedestrians.
There are cases of walkways with no space and safety, let alone encouragement to walk and a glance through our urban spaces can easily show us this fact.
From the lack of pedestrian pathways to the street level storefronts, we are building our cities only for the enjoyment of people who can afford to drive to where they need to go.
So how can the government cater to us walkers?
By promoting the use of public transport of course!
According to Muar MP Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, there are three ways we can promote the use of public transportation — improve urban planning, encourage employees to work from home and resolve the last-mile connectivity problem.
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