The prime minister conclude that after an hour journey from Serdang to the city centre Thursday to get a feel of the transportation problems faced by the public and came away less than satisfied.

Throughout the one-hour journey, during which he switched trains, the prime minister noted the congestion, especially during the peak period, and spoke to his fellow passengers to get their feedback.

Speaking to Bernama after disembarking at the Masjid Jamek LRT station, he said he was not satisfied with the rail services and wanted immediate improvements to be made.

He said the existing services were not systematic, there were not enough coaches and coverage was not comprehensive, leaving many areas not service.

Well sir – you said people shouldn’t question RM4.4 billion government saving on oil subsidy as it will be used to improve the public transportation system.