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NTP MOT 2019-2030

Ministry of Transport Malaysia

National Transport Policy 2019-2030

National Transport Policy 2019-2030

Since its independence in 1957, Malaysia has experienced rapid growth from a rural, agrarian state to a modern, industrialised nation. Malaysia’s growth has been underpinned by its transport sector. Malaysia has constructed over 200,000 km of roads, over 2,900 km of rail as well as 18 ports and 22 airports which form the backbone of Malaysia’s growth as a key player in the South East Asian and global markets.

Malaysia’s transport sector represents a critical enabler for its socioeconomic development. The efficiency of a nation’s transportation system directly correlates to trade and economic growth. In 2017, the transportation and storage subsector contributed 3.6% to GDP with a value of RM48.8 billion, and 6.6% to the services sector value-added. This subsector grew at an average rate of 5.6% per annum between 2005-2017 and is projected to grow at 8.9% or more going forward.

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    National Transport Policy 2019-2030

    THE CURRENT STATUS OF TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

    Comparison from Year 2016 with Year 1995
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    ROAD

    3.9x increased in road network, where 8.3% of total road network is federal road

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    RAILROAD TRACKS

    2.8x increased in rail network of which 39% is double tracked

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    PORTS

    An increase in the number of state ports to 10 from 5

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    AIRPORT

    An increase in the number of international airports by 6 from 5

    MOBILITY TRENDS AND IMPLICATIONS

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    ECONOMY

    In Kuala Lumpur, 10% of household income is used for transport compared to 4% in Tokyo and Hong Kong

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    ENVIRONMENT

    The carbon emission in the transport sector is largely from land transport, constituting 90% (48,200 ktonne) & 67% is from cars

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    SAFETY

    Fatality rate for every 100,000 population compared to: 10.7 in Korea 33.5 in Thailand 19.7 in Indonesia

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