Sunday, May 8, 2011

Exercise is to streamline land transport industry

PETALING JAYA: The re-registration exercise of public service, goods and tourism vehi­cles by the newly-formed Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) is aimed at streamlining and improving the land transport industry.

SPAD’s chief executive officer Mohd Nur Ismal Kamal said the re-registration of the estimated 350,000 vehicles in peninsular Malaysia would regulate and make for a better industry.

“The ultimate objective of the exercise is to better regulate the industry and to improve the nation’s land transport for the benefit of the people,” he said.

He said the exercise would enable SPAD to identify the current status of licencees and identify inactive and “problematic” operators.

“The data will later be used for the process of migrating all licences to operator-based licences from the current vehicle-based system,” he added.

He said that 4,200 operators had re-registered with SPAD with the number expected to rise.

“I am confident that SPAD’s nationwide road shows will see more operators coming forward to re-register their licences before the deadline,” he said, adding that an Open Day would be held later this month for all operators.

SPAD has fixed Sept 30 as the deadline for re-registration.

SPAD became operational on Jan 31 following its establishment via the Land Public Transport Act 2010.

The body which assumed the functions of the Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board is responsible for policies, planning and regulating all aspects of road and rail-based commercial vehicles


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