The booths are manned by MRL staff and will be open daily (except for weekends and public holidays) from 8am to 5pm for the next three months. NSTP/FATHIL ASRI.

KOTA BARU: Seven booths have been set up to allow the public to learn more about the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project and provide feedback on its realignment.

The feedback will be reviewed by Malaysia Rail Link (MRL) Sdn Bhd and the Transport Ministry.

The booths are manned by MRL staff and will be open daily (except for weekends and public holidays) from 8am to 5pm for the next three months.

Two are located in Kelantan and five in Terengganu.

Hasnah Ishak who visited the booth at the Land Public Transport Agency in Panji, here, today, said: “I just wanted to know whether my land in Pasir Hor would be involved in the project and praise be to God, l got my answer today.” The 64-year-old housewife said it was a good idea to open the booths to provide information on the project.

The Prime Minister’s Office had said that the cost of phases one and two of the project had been reduced from RM65.5 billion to RM44 billion.