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Old September 6th, 2017, 11:23 PM   #601
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Bro, it's only 7 (RTS) & 9 (HSR) years from now laah !!!

Sorry, my bad...typo.

7 years is a loooooog time! I was thinking more like 4, max 5 years
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Old September 7th, 2017, 03:01 AM   #602
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Bro, me think for 'Malaysian time' that's fast already loor hahaha !!!

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Old September 7th, 2017, 06:03 AM   #603
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Sorry, my bad...typo.

7 years is a loooooog time! I was thinking more like 4, max 5 years


RTS ................ $$$ too tight to mention ....... & of course prioritization (cost/benefit from PutraJaya's eyes) even if $$$ is there, unless the state drives it ....... then timeline can be brought-forward.

It is do-able since it is an above-ground construction project
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Old September 7th, 2017, 03:24 PM   #604
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I hope there will be a proposal to upgrade this existing rail track to double track and electrified. Make it as a proper urban commuter connecting kulai, tanjung pelepas, pasir gudang and city centre

BRT can be used to serve localities along the commuter stations

I think they will still do like what the northern rail project is carried out : track upgrades are radiating from KL instead of from JB. Should have carried out upgrade of JB tracks as separate project though.
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Old October 14th, 2017, 02:19 PM   #605
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Larkin Sentral, Johor Bahru
upgrading works still on going..

https://www.facebook.com/waqafsahamlarkin/
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Old October 14th, 2017, 03:07 PM   #606
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I hope after the upgrading progress, there will be no more ticket fraud by illegal agent
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Old October 14th, 2017, 06:43 PM   #607
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So no centralized ticketing system?

Believe me, without this system, ticket fraud will still happen.
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Old October 19th, 2017, 05:34 PM   #608
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I was in Europe for the past few weeks.

I realized that they have trains travel to many small towns especially in Copenhagen where there were not many people get on n off the train. I bet many Tamans in JB have a lot more people and potential commuter than them.

Maybe government or private to build the train and people will start to use it...
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Old October 20th, 2017, 01:37 AM   #609
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Prebook your bus tickets using this site: Easybook.com

I even booked for a bus trip from Larkin to KLIA2. Not bad! Just show your online ticket at the ticket counter of the bus company to get your paper ticket. Gone are the days when u get cheated by those "agents".

But I have to say that taxi service is atrocious at Larkin Bus Station. At night, they rather not work and "relax" if you don't agree to pay them RM30 for even a short taxi ride in the JB area. The area is rundown and full of garbage too. I guess MBJB and SPAD don't really care: third world authorities.
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Prebook your bus tickets using this site: Easybook.com

I even booked for a bus trip from Larkin to KLIA2. Not bad! Just show your online ticket at the ticket counter of the bus company to get your paper ticket. Gone are the days when u get cheated by those "agents".

But I have to say that taxi service is atrocious at Larkin Bus Station. At night, they rather not work and "relax" if you don't agree to pay them RM30 for even a short taxi ride in the JB area. The area is rundown and full of garbage too. I guess MBJB and SPAD don't really care: third world authorities.
same like senai area.. from senai town to econsave save senai, they charge rm12.. but if u normal taxi/grab from econsave senai to senai town just rm4. better to use grab/uber for short ride
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Old October 20th, 2017, 07:36 AM   #611
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Prebook your bus tickets using this site: Easybook.com

I even booked for a bus trip from Larkin to KLIA2. Not bad! Just show your online ticket at the ticket counter of the bus company to get your paper ticket. Gone are the days when u get cheated by those "agents".

But I have to say that taxi service is atrocious at Larkin Bus Station. At night, they rather not work and "relax" if you don't agree to pay them RM30 for even a short taxi ride in the JB area. The area is rundown and full of garbage too. I guess MBJB and SPAD don't really care: third world authorities.
Haven't been to Larkin as of late but aren't they doing major renovations to the station right now? They're catching up.

Still wish they would put up centralized ticketing like TBS to rid Larkin of its ticket touts.
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Prebook your bus tickets using this site: Easybook.com

I even booked for a bus trip from Larkin to KLIA2. Not bad! Just show your online ticket at the ticket counter of the bus company to get your paper ticket. Gone are the days when u get cheated by those "agents".

But I have to say that taxi service is atrocious at Larkin Bus Station. At night, they rather not work and "relax" if you don't agree to pay them RM30 for even a short taxi ride in the JB area. The area is rundown and full of garbage too. I guess MBJB and SPAD don't really care: third world authorities.
That time when i dont know about the online bus ticket services. Which on 2015 with my cousin from overseas, we are 5 person taking the double-deck causeway link bus from larkin to tbs and the fare are almost 200 or more, i dont remember for my group. The funny thing is the taxi driver are cooperate with those agents
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Old October 23rd, 2017, 08:21 AM   #613
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Old January 6th, 2018, 10:15 AM   #615
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They've been talking about this since forever. There seems to be some progress now and I really hope it's not gonna be cakap kosong.

Also, the video said that the frequency of the BRT would be 10-15 minutes during peak hours? That is too long! Doesn't suit the name 'Rapid Transit'. And I hope they continue to build more lines and not just stop at phase 1, if phase 1 ever arrives at completion. And maybe, just maybe, they would start building LRT lines after the BRT has matured.
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Old January 18th, 2018, 08:17 AM   #616
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The upgrading project of Senai-Desaru highway (E22) will start in mid 2018 (Cahaya Baru to Penawar)

• from 1+1 lanes to 2 + 2 lanes
• 2 new flyover (Penawar & Desaru)
• widening 9 Vehicular Box Culvert
• widening 5 bridge

video; https://youtu.be/oycxwNeAeLM
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Old January 18th, 2018, 08:47 AM   #617
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Looks like Erection round the corner to me.
Promises promises promises and if if if (we form the next G)
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Old January 18th, 2018, 02:22 PM   #618
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Looks like Erection round the corner to me.
Promises promises promises and if if if (we form the next G)
What promises you talking about ?
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Bus Rapid Transit System

The Iskandar Malaysia Bus Rapid Transit system consist of 10 lines and nearly 250
stations and stops, covering 90% of transportation needs for the region. Initial
phase of BRT will link downtown Johor Bahru with Skudai, Johor Jaya and
Nusajaya, where commuting gridlocks frequently occur.

The initial phase, which is phase 1 that will soon begin construction next year will only be finished by 2021. I wonder when the remaining lines will complete.
The blueprint however IS in line with what Najib has announced the other day and I am fairly happy as JB-ian.

Copied from Iskandar Malaysia Transportation Blueprint.
http://iskandarmalaysia.com.my/downl...-Blueprint.pdf
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Bus Rapid Transit System

The Iskandar Malaysia Bus Rapid Transit system consist of 10 lines and nearly 250
stations and stops, covering 90% of transportation needs for the region. Initial
phase of BRT will link downtown Johor Bahru with Skudai, Johor Jaya and
Nusajaya, where commuting gridlocks frequently occur.

The initial phase, which is phase 1 that will soon begin construction next year will only be finished by 2021. I wonder when the remaining lines will complete.
The blueprint however IS in line with what Najib has announced the other day and I am fairly happy as JB-ian.

Copied from Iskandar Malaysia Transportation Blueprint.
http://iskandarmalaysia.com.my/downl...-Blueprint.pdf
So is KTM komuter Gemas-JB/Singapore (if any) is under the blueprint?
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