Thursday, June 05, 2008

Ape lagi.. jom kayuh ke tpt keja..

Fuel prices increased 41%!! Damn!! i thought i can keep some of my salary for my future plan from my new job.. but it was getting same when at previous job.. HAMPESS!! but on the other side.. i nearly tear my eye drop when read a comments from a blog ~ the husband (one man income) driving to work everyday from Melaka to Cyberjaya.. because of this, his wife (a student) make a tough decision when she decided to stop from study.. he cannot leave his wife staying in a college because they have a child to take care.. the wife cry because she end her study, the husband cry because the wife did a sacrifice on their good and the child cry because the mom n dad cried!!! n they decided to come back staying in KL.. sedey lorr!!

mostly.. publics will change their travelling trends to works.. like previous fuel increased.. they change to use public transport rather than drive.. the volume of publics increased but until now the services still the same like before.. we.. just can quering and hoping so that the service quality improve.. but until when..?? and because of yesterday gov decision.. i predicting the public transport will be the no 1 choices to go to work.. the traffic will increased but did the public transportation mgmnt comp will ready to cope up with this new trends?? they should get ready!!

on the other side.. i'm also thinking to ask all of us who working within 10-15 km radius of area from their home to office to cycling to work!! normally it will take 30-40 min time to reach both locations. there is a lot of advantages that we can get from it.. ermm.. it just another alternative ideas.. but BIKE to WORK already practised at most country like US, UK and our neighbour.. Indonesia.. they created a community called BIKE2WORK(B2W) . Indonesia and Malaysia sharing the same climate and i believe that B2W also can we practised here in Malaysia. Hopefully we can create a bike community here!!Best!!

Ape itu B2W??

Bike-to-Work that promotes the bicycle as an option for commuting to work. Leading up to Bike-to-Work Day, national, regional, and local bicycle advocacy groups encourage people to try bicycle commuting as a healthy and safe alternative to driving by providing route information and tips for new bicycle commuters. On Bike-to-Work Day, these groups often organize bicycle-related events, and in some areas, pit stops along bicycle routes with snacks.

looking for a bike?? ask me dear friends!!


1 comment:

PerantauSepi1306 said...

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