PETALING JAYA: The women-only express buses serving the Seremban- Kuala Lumpur route are being monitored to identify any shortcomings, the Land Public Transport Agency (Apad) stated.
Its director-popular, Azlan Shah Al Bakri, said the provider is still inside the trial segment.
He stated the choice to put in force the carrier turned primarily based on remarks from female passengers, noting that the reaction up to now was “very encouraging”.
Azlan said Apad could examine whether there has been a demand for such offerings alongside other busy routes.
He stated that the women-most adequate buses comprised the best four of the 24 journeys from Seremban to Kuala Lumpur. These journeys were all through the morning and nighttime peak hours.
He said that women journeying with their male companions, buddies, or family should take regular bus services.
Azlan stated the bus tickets for the girls-only coaches have been being sold at the entrances to the buses to save you, men, from boarding.
Yesterday, ladies and bus operators had raised worries over the carrier.
Pan-Malaysian Bus Operators Association president Ashfar Ali was involved in the financial impact on bus operators.
He wondered whether the transport ministry might make it compulsory for bus operators to offer women-simplest offerings.
Women’s rights activists welcomed the provider and hoped the authorities could affect the ruling to ensure male passengers did not get onto those buses.
Lawyer Samantha Chong requested whether or not present site visitors’ legal guidelines allowed the government to penalize men who entered such buses.
Transport expert Goh Bok Yen recommended that such women-best buses no longer bring about a reduction in the frequency of bus services.