Title: Johor Bahru Bus Services Integration Study

Year: 1997

Cost of Project: MYR0.5 m

Client: Johor State Government

Description

The study highlighted to Majlis Bandar Raya Johor Baru (MBJB) and the Johor State Government the logic and necessity of an integrated public transportation system for Johor Baru based on complementary and mutual supporting roles of buses and the proposed LRT. 

Title: Proposed Johor New Administrative Centre (Johor Perdana)

Year: 1997

Cost of Project: MYR5.0m

Client: Johor State Government

Description

Johor Perdana presents the unique promise of a diverse and vibrant new city that features a state of the art administrative capital of Johor. The city provides the necessary catalyst for unparalleled growth and prosperity in the region through the 21st century. The city integrates the aspiration of the state and the nation, including those mapped in vision 2020, emphasizing the classic tenets of nurturing growth, establishing of communities, increasing knowledge, equity, and fairness for all levels of society. 

Title: Johor Bahru Centre District Development Urban Plan (with a view to gazet as a Local Pelan)

Year: 1998

Cost of Project: MYR5.0m

Client: Johor State Government

Description

Johor Bahru needs radical structural surgery and a new framework which we allow it to fulfill each vision as a highly livable international city. The element of the new framework are: establish the network of roads, boulevards, pedestrian arteries, parks and plazas to provide better planning management so that individual management can be coherently link; incorporate significant landmark such as Bukit Timbalan, the Istana Precinct, Old Town, and the Esplanade into the commercial activities of the city; reestablish and attractive gateway entries from the causeway; and reconnect the old city to the Straits foreshore.  

Title: Johor Tenggara Strategic Planning Study

Year: 1999

Cost of Project: MYR2.0m

Client: Johor State Government

Description

In tandem with a Cabinet decision to dissolve the RDA of Kejora, the Johor state government has commission ISI to undertake this study. The three full objectives are: to prepare a strategic plan for Kejora Region incorporating both the regional physical strategy and economic strategy; identify new policy, programme and project initiatives to be promoted in the Region; and to recommend the overall organizational and management structure to administer the Region.

Title: Muar River Basin Development Study

Year: 2000

Cost of Project: MYR3.0m

Client: Johor State Government

Description

The plan will provide a series of guidelines to the state authority on the various options and strategies for the River Basin development. It incorporates development factors such as the project setting, physical characteristics, regional transport linkages, regional and local development strategies. An important criterion is the need to tap the full potential of the site without jeopardising its ecological value.

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