31 Jan 2011   |     BloodStains   |     Government, Vehicle   |    

Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD)



The Land Public Transport Commission, Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD), established by the Malaysian government in 2010, which comes directly under the purview of the Prime Minister, brings the functions of drawing up policies, planning and regulating all aspects of train, bus and taxi services as well as road- and rail-based freight transport under one roof. SPAD also has enforcement powers which it will carry out with close cooperation with other enforcement agencies such as the Royal Malaysian Police and the Road Transport Department.

SPAD plays a central role in improving road and rail-based public and freight transport, propose policies and plans in relation to or affecting land public transport, and develop strategies in line with the approved policies and plans with a view to achieving a safe, reliable, efficient, responsive, accessible, planned, integrated and sustainable land public transport, while ensuring the provision of affordable services for the carriage of passengers and competitive services for the carriage of goods.

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