KUALA LUMPUR: The Integrated Transport Terminal Bandar Tasik Selatan (ITT-BTS), a major initiative of the GTP’s Urban Public Transport NKRA to de-congest Kuala Lumpur’s city centre by diverting approximately 400-500 express buses to outside the city centre, started its full operations on March 1.
While there were many bus operators already relocated to the new terminal, there were still others who were in the process of shifting into the spanking new facility.
Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) head of state operations and terminal licensing Mohd Fuad Ahmad said bus operators were required to fulfil the Commission’s selection criteria to be eligible to have their own ticket counters.
The reason: ITT-BTS also features an e-ticketing system where passengers are able to purchase their tickets from bus operators that do not have dedicated counters.
Bus operators who are not using the e-ticketing system or are providing less than 10 trips per day have been advised to sell their tickets using the system provided at the terminal.
Maju Terminal Management and Services has been appointed as the operator of ITT-BTS.
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