Transit Oriented Development is truly about generating walkable, sustainable communities and giving more transportation and housing choices to the communities.

        The World Bank in its Malaysia Economic Monitor June 2015, “Transforming Urban Transport” report, stated that residents in Kuala Lumpur spend more than 250 million hours per year stuck in traffic. With an average income of RM3, 000 per month or 18.75 per hour, it equates to a whopping loss of over RM4 billion of productive work hours. Hence, the government, alongside with private sector, is presenting Transit Oriented Development as a practical and progressive solution for congestion in development and also roads.

       Transit Oriented Development is a solution with a positive outlook as it opens up the opportunity to create dynamic, viable communities in high density commercial and residential developments that are centred around high-quality train systems which can improve the issue of congestions on the road. Around the world, Transit Oriented Development has demonstrated to be exceptionally effective, especially in Europe and Japan. The idea of having Transit Oriented Development communities is also being widely accepted throughout Asia such as in Singapore, China and even Malaysia.

        The Malaysia Transit Oriented Development Property Conference 2017 will discuss the countless opportunities for growth and overcoming challenges in developing TOD through world’s leading TOD case studies.




• Receive an update on Malaysia economic status with relation to Transit Oriented Development demands
• Understand how TOD can enhance future generations desirability for property
• Gain opportunity to engage with Malaysia property industry leaders and professionals
• Discover new knowledge on exploring opportunities in the Transit Oriented Development property markets in Malaysia
• Learn from successful TOD’s around the world
• Understand how TOD can benefit the economy and also environment



• Updates on upcoming transit projects in Malaysia
• Benefits of TOD in the property development market
• Best ways to integrate land use and transportation planning
• Joint-venture opportunities between developers and transport agencies
• Success stories of successful TOD projects in Malaysia and across Asia
• How to best invest in a Transit Oriented Development
• Proposed amendments in stamp duty affecting property development industry
• How properly planned TOD can benefit both developers and consumers
• Seeing TOD in the same light as sustainable development


This conference is specifically tailor made for top level decision makers such as CEOs, COOs, CTOs, CIOs, Heads, President, VPs, Directors, GMs and senior personnel including Local Government, Agencies & Authorities as well as the following:
• City Planners
• Government Bodies
• Property Developer
• Planning Authorities
• Real Estate Professionals
• Construction Companies
• Transport operates
• Transit Agencies
• Transport Planners
• Transportation Authorities
• Urban Planners
• Transportation Engineers
• Architects
• Master-Planners
• Design ¬Firms

Related Industries such as:
• Properties and real estate industry
• Property Valuing/ Surveying Industry
• Law firms/ Architect firms
• Insurance/ Banking Industry
• Academic & Research Institutions
• Organizations/ Government Ministries