Transition TTDI


on 9 Mar, 13:10

Cycle Safe workshop @ Taman Lembah Kiara, TTDI

The Sustainable Transport subgroup in collaboration with the Malaysian IATSS Forum Alumni are proud to host Cycle Safe.

Cycle Safe is a community workshop on roadsafety. This session is a free pilot program, limited to 20 seats and we are looking for a variety of individuals (of different ages 10 – 60yrs).

Confirmed registrations will receive a whatsapp message with updated information prior to the workshop. Others are welcomed to attend, listen to the talks and visit the booths by various organisations dedicated to cycling and road safety. We encourage parents to accompany selected participants.

To register, please use the following link:

#cycling #park #activity

on 1 Dec, 14:14

TTDI Fun Run

The TTDI RA 2017 Fun Run is the inaugural run undertaken by the Taman Tun Dr. Ismail Residents Association. It is a 5.5km run and starts off at Taman Rimba Kiara, goes through TTDI residential and commercial areas and culminates back at Taman Rimba Kiara.This year the run seeks to highlight the plight of Taman Rimba Kiara that has been earmarked to be converted from a green lung into multiple massive 50 storey condominiums.

The Run hopes to get everyone together, create awareness and to preserve Taman Rimba Kiara as a park for everyone.

To find out more details or to sign up for the run, simply visit the online registration page at:



on 2 Nov, 07:58

Bicara Rakyat(Townhall) @ TTDI Community Centre

This Friday (3rd Nov), 8pm, there will be a townhall meeting @ TTDI Community Centre in which the FT minister is expected to attend (flyer below):


The main issue that will be brought up is the massive property development at Taman Rimba Kiara. Do wear your “Save Taman Rimba Kiara” T-Shirt, or a black T-shirt to show your support against this issue.

on 15 Oct, 21:54
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Xiwen Yeoh
Transition TTDI

Community Film Screening – “Tomorrow” documentary

Community Film Screening – “Tomorrow” documentary
Past Event

“Faced with a future deemed by scientists as a great cause for concern where humanity could be threatened by an extinction-level event, the film TOMORROW showcases concrete examples of solutions to environmental and social challenges of the 21st Century, with a pervasive feeling of hope and optimism.

TOMORROW captures initiatives that have proven themselves across the globe, from citywide composting in San Francisco to a town in England that prints its own money, a village in India whose decentralised democracy reflects the residents’ priorities, urban gardening initiatives in Detroit and Todmorden, the renewable energy model and bike schemes in Copenhagen, Iceland’s pioneering response to political breakdown, and so on.

Transition TTDI, a local initiative for resilient and sustainable communities, invites you to a screening of TOMORROW, winner of the 2016 César for Best Documentary, a film to inspire the gathering movement of citizens committed to putting its practical, think-global-act-local solutions into practice.

Thursday, 9th November 2017, 8pm
– Film screening (duration 1 hr 50 mins, limited to 80 people, on a first-come-first-served basis) followed by a 20 minute sharing session on local action and community resilience.

Admittance to the film screening is by donation, suggested at RM5 per person, payable at the door on the day of screening. Proceeds will go towards rental of venue.

Please arrive 10-15 minutes before screening time to allow for registration and seating.

Thank you!

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