KUALA LUMPUR: To disseminate more information on Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) projects to the public, MRT Corporation Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) has set up three different touchpoints.
The three set-ups are the MRT Information Truck (MIT), MRT Information Kiosk (MIK) and MRT Information Centre (MIC).
MRT Corp Strategic Communications and Stakeholder Relations deputy general manager Leong Shen-Li said each set-up is strategically placed at high-traffic areas to engage users and potential users of the MRT.
“They were relaunched on May 30 last year with a greater focus on the MRT Sungai Buloh-Serdang - Putrajaya (SSP) Line,” he said when met at Balai Berita, the headquarters of New Straits Times today.
Leong said the second MRT Line is now at 6.2 per cent completion.
“Construction began after the groundbreaking ceremony in September 2016.
“The first phase of the MRT SSP Line will be operational by July 2021, and the whole line will be fully operational by July 2022,” he said, adding that a feasibility study is currently being carried out for the proposed third line, with a working name of MRT Circle Line.
The MIT which has been set-up at the NSTP driveway was launched by MRT Corp to showcase what MIT offers – easy access to information about MRT.
“The truck features public display boards with details and information on the project.
“It has been on the road since June 2012, and has been deployed at shopping centres, offices, mosque, schools and colleges, morning as well as night market and also property sales galleryies.
“The MIT receives an average of 2,000 visitors monthly,” he said.