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Motorists fuming over poor parking management

15th July, 2017


KOTA KINABALU: Motorists were fuming at the parking management of Api-Api Centre in downtown Kota Kinabalu yesterday.

For reasons unknown, there was no cashier on duty at the basement parking area of the exit booth during lunch hour, forcing many motorists to be stranded there for more than 15 minutes.

An irked driver who had an office in the area urged the management to be efficient not only in manning the smooth flow of the vehicles but also endeavour to improve the whole complex.

A frustrated office owner in the area who declined to be named said: “Look at Asia City, they are booming now with lots of tourists but Api-Api Centre still remains as ghost town.”

“The management of Api-Api Centre must quickly think of a way to transform the complex into a lively place as even the internet access in this area is very slow and the line is always down,” he said.

He believed Api-Api Centre has the potential to attract a lot of visitors and help boost the business growth if the management is willing to invest to redevelop the place.

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