Recently, the government announced their intention to introduce a congestion charge to relieve worsening traffic in KL. My first response was to throw my hands up in the air.
My second was to tweet @khairykj (Rembau MP Khairy Jamaludin) and ask him to pass the message to the government that they can’t think of introducing congestion charges without first addressing our deplorable public transport. (For the record, he did reply and said that he would do so when the time came!)
Singapore has had a congestion charge since 1975 with a manual sticker system that evolved into the sophisticated electronic road pricing (ERP) system we see today.