“I just saw the plight of people using the trains to get to work every morning. They were jostling to get on board every time a train arrived. There appeared to be no system.
“I’m not happy with this because the people are not getting satisfaction from riding the trains. This, we must fix,” he said.
“I found the trains really packed with so many passengers. Some had waited for three trains and yet could not board. “There’s no queue. People push their way in, women with children and old people are pushed aside,” he added.
Sigh, if they (our politicians) want an end target goal of 5.5 to 6.5 million people, they should put in place sufficient infrastructure like transport system, leisure areas, schools, health facilities, hostels... etc etc. Sigh, telling people things are being built while everyone suffers this overcrowded situation is clearly not a good option (for the people suffering that is).
Looking at statistics from the comfort of big cool office is not realistic; they should have a go at the system to try it out, MRT, buses... etc.