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HENTIAN BAS KLANG UTARA 

 

 

Hentian Bas Klang Utara telah ditutup operasinya dan dipindahkan ke Klang Sentral. Pemindahan terminal bas Klang Utara pada bulan November 2008 ini memang banyak mendapat bantahan daripada pelbagai pihak terutama pengusaha bas, pemilik-pemilik peniaga berdekatan dan juga pengguna bas.  MPK mengambil inisiatif ini adalah bagi memperluaskan lagi kemajuan perbandaran di pusat bandar dan mengelakkan tumpuan orang ramai kepada satu kawasan sahaja

 

Keadaan Hentian Bas Klang Utara pada awal tahun 2008.

Jika dianalisa pembangunan pusat bandar Klang, pusat pengangkutan awam hanya bertumpu di kawasan sedia ada sahaja di Jalan Pos Baru dan bas-bas tidak melalui kawasan-kawasan perniagaan lain dan hanya melalui jalan-jalan utama sahaja.  Ini menyebabkan pusat bandar Klang tertumpu sebahagian sahaja dan orang awam terpaksa berjalan kaki jauh jika ingin ke kawasan atau destinasi lain dalam bandar. 

Hentian Bas Klang Utara menjadi titik tumpu kepada semua penduduk dan juga pelancong yang datang ke Klang.

Atas cetusan ini dan perlunya pengangkutan awam bergerak di dalam bandar, MPK merancang perpindahan ini supaya meluaskan lagi capaian pembangunan dan tidak hanya tertumpu di satu-satu bahagian.

Hentian Bas Klang Utara mempunyai landskap berkonsepkan taman yang terbuka.

Satu lagi sudut pandangan di Hentian Bas Klang Utara mempunyai landskap berkonsepkan taman yang terbuka.

Deretan bas di Hentian Bas Klang Utara

Hentian Bas Klang Utara menarik perhatian penggemar seni landskap dalam bandar.

Getting to Klang

By Bus

The former Klang bus and taxi terminal is located right in the heart of the town opposite the Mydin Shopping Complex, but it has since been moved to Klang Sentral, which is about 8 kilometers away from the town centre.

Buses to and from Kuala Lumpur, Port Klang, Kuala Selangor, Banting and other destinations have been operating out of Klang Sentral since 27 December 2008. As Klang Sentral is located far away from the town centre, the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) has established five bus pick-up points around the town for the convenience of the passengers.

  • Transnasional and Cityliner buses operate between Klang and Kuala Lumpur as well as Port Klang. The No. 710 goes to Kuala Lumpur while No. 126 goes to Port Klang.

  • Rapid KL buses operate between Klang, Kuala Lumpur (from KL Sentral and Central Market) and Sunway Pyramid in Petaling Jaya. Wawasan Sutera and Metrobus also operate frequent services to Kuala Lumpur.

Other operators include Ardent Link and various minibus companies.

 

By Train

Klang's railway station is located at Jalan Stesen in the part of town south of the Klang River. KTM Komuter, Klang Valley's commuter train network, connects Klang directly with Kuala Lumpur (RM3.60, 50 minutes) and Port Klang (RM1.00, 20 minutes). Several famous bah kut teh joints are located near the station. There are many bakuteh speciality shops in Klang but the famous ones can be found behind the Menara Trend which is an office tower located just next to the exit of the Federal Highway.

Issues of night buses from Klang to Port Klang and Other Places 

The last bus to Port Klang from Klang for CityLiner is around 9.15 pm as the CityLiner “supervisor” or whatever that they are called told me that they only have bus to Port. Klang until 9.15 pm the most.

Comment 1/2:

Well Malaysian Public Transport service isn’t something to be surprised about by anyone residing in Malaysia nor those residing externally and still reading and feeling irritated by the idiotic Civil Servant’s hired by Government to plan and execute a good system instead they screw it up so badly…that it cannot be undone by anybody…

First before we look into public transportation issues. We need to plan a city with a strategic placement of offices and all those new township’s created and road routes in multiples instead relying on one single road for past 30 years and for future – we expand the roads into 2 lanes to 3 lanes which actually gives no benefit in anyway. It will only lead towards huge congestion – thanks to the traffic light and invisible traffic policemen whom is only at work in the morning but in evening, lols nobody is around but most in teh tarik shop (tea shop). First, we require good governance and planning in creating township

  1. Alternate Road Routes without toll (Use our tax money)

  2. Create more diversions

  3. Increase public transportation (KTM-LRT-BUS or any available transport)

  4. No Heavy vehicles allowed in city centre nor peak hours morning and evening

  5. Create more public awareness by restricting rules and regulations

  6. Avoid building more traffic lights instead use Round a bout

  7. Avoid residential area closer to industrial zone

We always have an option, as this will lead towards a healthy living for future and coming generation will be human friendly than leading a machine life. Eventually we need to learn and adapt to be more civic minded stricter rules and amendments. In current situation we are so prone to traffic lights, which is another factor for heavy traffic to occur. We can opt to reduce traffic lights and create more Round a bout instead having something or someone to POLICE us like school kids…I’ve no idea when either educated people nor uneducated people is gona learn to be more patient on the road…Perhaps in 50 years to come…

Comment 2/2:

I am a visitor hear from Australia, but visit friends at least once a year. This year I was pleased to see the new CityLiner buses. But confused with this situation in Klang. I have yet to go to the Klang Sentral. It now seems to me the buses have been thrown out of the old bus station and they park wherever they can. The E4 express to KL seems to be very infrequent to what it used to be.
The last bus to Taman Sentosa is listed at finishing at 7.30PM, my friends don’t believe this but then they never catch a bus. From last year Klang is a complete mess with all the construction.
KL not much better. Last Friday night I went to Pasar Seni for a Klang bus, this was just after 10PM. There was no Warasan 99 so I asked at the “Information Desk” and was told to go and sit down and wait. I felt like a little school boy. I waited so long and finally went to Sentral and caught the train. That’s another story.

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: 4 August 2015.