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06 Nov 2014Wrong of express boat owners to raise fares unilaterally — SRB

KUCHING: Express boat owners must revert to the old fares until there is approval from the state government for an increment.

Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) chairman Dr Murni Suhaili, in a press statement, said there was no approval for any boat fare hike in the state and, therefore, reminded the express boat operators not to raise their fares....

03 Nov 2014March trial for computerised ticketing

Upon its implementation, the computerised ticketing system will cut waiting time for purchasing express boat tickets.

SIBU: The Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) hopes to implement the first-ever computerised ticketing system at major express boat terminals across the state before June next year.

When ready, it would provide convenience for passengers by way of reducing the waiting time for purchasing tickets.

According to board controller William Jinep, Sarawak Information Systems Sdn Bhd (Sains) is still working on the system.

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