PETALING JAYA: The Transport Ministry will minimise any red tape to assist school bus drivers and operators get better post-Covid-19, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
The Transport Minister stated he understood the grievances of all business gamers.
“My team and I in the Ministry are trying our best to find a solution and a way to help you all get through difficult times. Everything related to bureaucracy will be minimised to enable industry players to rise again after Covid-19,” said Dr Wee.
“After this, any application for a school bus operator’s license sponsored by government agencies, NGOs, zakat and the like will be simplified,” he added in a Facebook put up on Tuesday (Jan 18).
Dr Wee additionally stated he was on the annual basic assembly of the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Bumiputera School Bus Operators Association in Kuala Lumpur.
He stated that for the reason that affiliation was based in 1992, it had contributed considerably and performed its position within the business.
Also current had been affiliation president Amali Munif Rahmat dan Puspakom Wangsa Maju department supervisor Rizal Hamdan.
In his speech, Dr Wee clarified that the Temporary Vehicle License (LPS) for school buses is proscribed to three close by districts solely, whereas LPS for faculty or college buses is proscribed by the establishment’s location.
“This is to prevent operators from operating outside of the allowed areas for the purpose of enforcement,” he stated.
He famous that the LPS is issued to keep away from any overlap of service functions for tour buses.
“However, school buses can ferry college and university students without the LPS,” said Dr Wee.
“The operation of tertiary institutions buses and school buses are different, where the former is subject to the appointment of the university or college that offers the service contract for the bus operator. Also, the operating areas for the two types of services are also different,” he added.