I’m now a public transport commuter


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I’m now a public transport commuter
By Zan Azlee

I may have lamented last week on how I should be taking public transport to save a bit of money and also to create a little bit of relaxation and stimulation for my mind.So guess what? I finally did it! I’ve been commuting regularly by train for almost two weeks now and now it’s been going relatively smoothly.

Here’s how a typical commuting day goes for me:

9:00am

I would drive from my house to the Shah Alam KTM Commuter station, which would take me around 10 minutes. I have to also go through a tolled highway and the cost one way is RM1.20. I would either park my car at the station’s car park (RM4.00) or slightly further away at the residential area (free!).

9:20am

The train arrives and I hop on. It’s early on its route so I always get a place to sit. This is when I would whip out a book to read or my iPad to either reply e-mails or to write articles. I can do quite a lot before it stops at KL Sentral because the ride takes about 45 minutes and a ticket price of RM2.50.

10:10am

Arriving at KL Sentral is when the serious action begins. The number of commuters can be overwhelming and I have to manoeuvre my way from the KTM platform to the MyRapid platform to catch another train that will bring me to Masjid Jamek. But that’s just a few minutes of manouvering. [Click to read the full article at KopitiamEkonomi.Com]

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