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Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman
Faculty of Science
(Academic Year 2013/2014)
May 2013 Tri-Mester

UDPL 2333 TRANSPORT PLANNING AND DEMAND ANALYSIS

GROUP ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET

Course Details Course | : Bachelor of Science (Hons) Logistics and International Shipping | Year and Semester | : Y2T2, Y2T3 | Tutorial Group | : T1 | Tutor’s Name | : En. Mohamad Fared bin Mohamad Makmor | Lecturer’s Name | : En. Mohamad Fared bin Mohamad Makmor |

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Topic : Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)

Due Date : Monday, 26th. August 2013, Week 14

Important Note : Submission of assignment is the responsibility of the students.

Student Details Name | Student ID | 1. Ho Kah Sing | 1003725 | 2. Lim Ji Wei | 1201176 | 3. Lim Jia Yap | 1005132 | 4. Ng Joe Yee | 1002691 | 5. Sow Szu Jie | 1200926 | 6. Yap Hui Woon | 1200685 |

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Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman
Faculty of Science
(Academic Year 2013/2014)
May 2013 Tri-Mester

UDPL 2333 TRANSPORT PLANNING AND DEMAND ANALYSIS

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONS) LOGISTICS AND INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
YEAR 2, TRIMESTER 2

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No. | Guideline Criteria | Rating | Actual Score | 1. | Company Background | 2 marks | | 2. | Analysis | 5 marks | | 3. | Strategy Analysis | 3 marks | | 4. | Recommendations | 6 marks | | 5. | Conclusion | 2 marks | | | Project Organization | 2 marks | | | Total Marks | 20 marks | |

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