Around this time last year we surveyed how the first MCO was affecting the mental health of Malaysians. A year in, how has people’s sense of well-being changed?
Lower ridership during CMCO has led to bus route cuts in the Klang Valley. Can the current funding model keep buses running and prioritise the interests of the public? We argue for a fundamental review.
Where are people transit-deprived and where are they transit-rich? Using Shah Alam as a case study, we show the distribution of transit deserts and transit oases there, with an extra layer of property prices.
Rethinking how public housing and public spaces are designed and how urban communities can benefit.
While the MY30 public transportation pass is commendable, we ask what are the policy commitments for getting public transportation back on track in the new normal.
Apakah keadaan kesejahteraan mental di Malaysia semasa PKP? Kami mengkaji dan lihat bagaimana ia berkait dengan keadaan kediaman.
What is the state of mental well-being in Malaysia during the MCO? We look at this and how it relates to living conditions.
Good high-level messages but lacking in necessary specifics.
Gambaran umum tentang perlindungan sosial bagi setiap rakyat Malaysia.
Basic information on the social safety net for every Malaysian.