Assessing the environmental impact of the Malaysia-Singapore High Speed Rail

Assessing the environmental impact of the Malaysia-Singapore High Speed Rail
With air and road transportation nearing its saturation levels, the key now is on improving mobility at an even greater pace to match the insatiable economic and social demands of the 21st century. - Filepic
THE issue of mobility between Kuala Lumpur to Singapore has been held dear from both the cities’ administrators - from the English establishment days of the 18th and 19th centuries to the rapid development period of these two independent nations of the 20th century.

However, with air and road transportation nearing its saturation levels, the key now is on improving mobility at an even greater pace to match the insatiable economic and social demands of the 21st century.
The two nations look to established industrial nations of the United Kingdom, France, Japan, among others, for inspiration.

The answer to the business question of how to improve on the mobility of the countries is quite clear, that the time has come for these two Asian tigers to be connected via a high-speed rail.

Click here to read our full interview with MyHSR Project Delivery Director Mark Loader on AWANI Review.