I travelled by Putra LRT just now from Jelatek to Pasar Seni, and noticed the interior condition had been deteriorated. Thisis the third time I saw a bad conditioned LRT train, but not sure if got on the same train everytime. But the third time I take note that its was number 103.
Anyone get on that train will clearly notice the train floor is badly ‘injured’ by the foot steps of its commuters. Not sure how many people had stepped on it with high heel shoes or hard boots. But surely, if the train is human, he needs a surgery to replace his torn part.
If you had been proud of our modern transportation, just reserve a bit of your expression.
Just after I took the picture aboved, a few drops of water fall on my hand. Happened I hold a newspaper that time, this is the proof, that something is leaking at the top.
Seriously I’m not making story, or trying to give negative image of our LRT, but ask anybody who frequently commute using it. My point is, if we care so much about the good image of our country, we should take care of our LRT trains. Hopefully somebody from the company is aware enough and caring enough to replace the deteriorated parts.