Nabalu News: Analysis by KotaKita – Do we need KK Skybridge?
“A group of community-led city planning advocates through the KotaKita initiative has conducted an analysis on the newly-launched multimillion sky bridge in the city which recently turned into a laughing stock when one of its pathways stops at a dead-end.”
TheVibes: Much of town planning in Sabah not long-term, does not engage communities: activist
KotaKita Sabah founder Rashidah Kamaluddin said this is a result of poor community engagement, citing as example the Skybridge and the proposed Skytrain project.
“Although Sabah has always been in need of better infrastructure both in urban and rural areas, these two aforementioned infrastructure projects have received criticism from the public.
Borneo Post: Sabah advocate for community-led city planning
The Star: Accessibility issues for disabled in KK highlighted at virtual workshop
The online event was aimed at exploring the current status and potential of Kota Kinabalu as a walkable and accessible city.
The event was organised by KotaKita, a newly-formed youth advocacy group, and aimed at enhancing inclusiveness in Kota Kinabalu, especially in urban planning.