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Old November 17th, 2017, 09:54 AM   #8761
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Klang Valley MRT Line 1 (Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line) | Lenght: 51km | 31 stations |Completion: 2017

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Who are we you're talking about?

If you meant "we malaysian", SPAD have already created the MyJourney app (for Android). There's also iOS version too I think.


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Old November 17th, 2017, 12:26 PM   #8762
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Hope so. Regarding to that, i dont know why nowadays Singapore MRT become so sucks. Flood, distruption, delay train, slow train speed...why?? i admit their stations are very clean and beautiful...but their service was so sucks.... i think rapid KL did pretty well compared to SMRT... in fact, some of singaporean said they envy of their “neighbour” train service after the tragedy.
Singapore MRT is notorious for its delay,disruption and always breaking down for maintenance service.
The best one in Asia is Hong Kong MTR.Tokyo one is also good but rely on older technology and their stations and train isn't as beautiful as other countries
Seoul is the modern version of Tokyo system.
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Old November 19th, 2017, 05:24 AM   #8763
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I am really in love with Tokyo's metro systems most of all. The trains and the stations are older and does not look as fancy, but you can tell that it has been maintained well for a long time. They have stations that are much older than say, our Masjid Jamek, but looks much cleaner and well-kept than Masjid Jamek.

I think Tokyo metro is what we should aspire to emulate. A system that will mature gracefully and serve as for generations.
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Old November 21st, 2017, 03:34 PM   #8764
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Thanks to the maintenance team for keeping our mrt station so shiny clean. Good job! (Merdeka MRT Underground Station)













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Old November 22nd, 2017, 10:58 AM   #8765
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So, from the maths, it means the daily ridership is at 100,233~ passengers? Go figure.
SBK Phase 2 only opened on 17 July. So you've lost 16 days--that's half a month or 1/6 of the quarter period. And it takes time for people to move closer/change habits to start utilising the MRT. That 9 mil for Q3 would easily be closer to 12 mil for Q4. Still low at 133,000/month. But that figure will grow soon enough.

And bear in mind there should be room for further growth when SSP and Circle opens. There will be be 2 interchanges with SSP, and perhaps another 2 with Circle.
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Old November 22nd, 2017, 01:45 PM   #8766
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SBK Phase 2 only opened on 17 July. So you've lost 16 days--that's half a month or 1/6 of the quarter period. And it takes time for people to move closer/change habits to start utilising the MRT. That 9 mil for Q3 would easily be closer to 12 mil for Q4. Still low at 133,000/month. But that figure will grow soon enough.

And bear in mind there should be room for further growth when SSP and Circle opens. There will be be 2 interchanges with SSP, and perhaps another 2 with Circle.
Agreed. One important factor is room for further growth, whether pax increase come from future lines (MRT2 / MRT3) or simply people from this line and start to use this line grow bigger.
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Old November 22nd, 2017, 06:32 PM   #8767
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I love Tokyo metro too. And it's super convenient. Can go everywhere and when you step outside the station so many shops and restaurants and places of interest. I love that.

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Old November 23rd, 2017, 03:36 AM   #8768
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I takes time the line going to be mature. I believe there will MRT4, 5... in next 50 years. It will not stop there, the country need to spend in order to boost the economy.
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