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Old April 18th, 2008, 05:12 AM   #241
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Old April 18th, 2008, 05:31 AM   #242
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That Chinese article heading, basically stats that...Malaysia-Singapore will have some key discussions next month, regarding to the rail thing...

Another about the IM, the MB states that they got RM 37 billion of investments already out of RM 47 billion, that makes about 70% of the target...
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Old July 17th, 2017, 02:19 PM   #243
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Still waiting the outcome of feasibilities study of MAGLEV train in JB coastal and tebrau straits. the rumours said it'll start from pasir gudang and end at gelang patah. Will see how
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Old July 17th, 2017, 07:00 PM   #244
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JOHOR BARU: Johor plans to go ahead with its Light Rail Transit (LRT) project to overcome the anticipated traffic jam in the future.

Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman said should the service become a reality, the likely route would be through Plaza Angsana in Tampoi, Johor Baru downtown and Pandan.

“I think we should be able to finalise the plan by the end of the year.

“Right now, what we have agreed upon is the routing,” he told newsmen here yesterday.

Abdul Ghani, however, refused to provide further details.

The idea to introduce LRT service here was first mooted by him about two years ago following complaints about the traffic jam in the city centre.

The idea was, however, shot down because it would cost the government several hundred million ringgit.

Abdul Ghani said the situation (economic) has changed now and the government could seriously consider the plan.

“It is sort of our preparation for the future,” he said.
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SEOUL, Thurs: South Korean rolling stock company, Rotem Co, said today it was in talks with Malaysia on the sale of a magnetic-levitation (maglev) railway, in a deal that could be worth up to US$400 million (US$1 = RM3.80).

If the deal was concluded, the railway would be built in Johor, Kim Jah-hong, the vice president of unlisted Rotem, said.

“We are in talks with Malaysia to provide a 32-carriage maglev train and it is worth US$200 million to US$400 million,” Kim said by telephone.

The 15.2km railway would link metropolitan areas around Johor Baru and would have an average speed of 80km per hour, he said.

However, Kim said the Malaysian Government was still reviewing details of the proposed deal and there was no timeframe for a final agreement.

If the project went ahead, it would be the world’s second commercial magnetic railway. One in Shanghai, connecting Pudong International Airport, was constructed by a consortium involving Siemens AG and ThyssenKrupp.

This type of railway carries passengers on a magnetic cushion above the tracks at speeds of up to 581km per hour, making it the world’s fastest, according to Guinness World Records.

Kim said the train planned for Malaysia would go at much slower speeds since it would be operating in a metropolitan area.

Rotem, formerly Korea Rolling Stock Corp, was formed through the merger of the rollingstock units of three South Korean conglomerates in 1999 — Hyundai, Daewoo and Hanjin Group. — Reuters
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hahaha...now im waiting for another round of general election promised to be announce...until now still wondering what is the actual masterplan for Iskandar BRT...how it will be execute, construct and integrate with existing road system/network, especially at jb city area.
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