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Old July 6th, 2007, 11:26 AM   #201
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does this mean that the Rawang - Rasa shuttle will be replaced with full EMU service soon?

I hope not...KTM Komuter doesnt have enough trains.

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Can someone update me on the proposal for rail expansion coming from KTMB

Greetings.

A while ago someone posted a list of proposed rail expansions from KTMB.

I can remember the following

*Sentul-Batu Caves extension of the KTM Komuter, including double tracking and electrification
*double tracking in Northern Perak
*Ipoh-Padang Besar double tracking and electrification
*Extension of KTM Komuter service from Seremban to...Senawang? Somewhere else?
*Double tracking from Seremban to Gemas

I cannot remember the specific details but there was also a proposed line to bypass KL...running somewhere (I think it was Serendah and all the way past to south of Kajang....does anyone have the specific details?

Also, are there any other proposed expansions that i have missed?

I see that they are expanding the KTM Komuter Halt at Bank Negara as well.

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Old July 6th, 2007, 05:18 PM   #203
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July 06, 2007 21:26 PM

Rawang-Ipoh Double Track Almost Complete

SERDANG, July 6 (Bernama) -- The Rawang-Ipoh double track commuter train project is nearing completion, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy.

"It is almost 99 percent completed. I will be making inspections on it next week," he told reporters after launching the Permai Central Transport Hub near here today.

The RM4.6-billion project spanning 180km, which will provide Rawang and Ipoh a high speed rail link, would be operational by early next year, he said.

Meanwhile, Chan said contractors involved in the Ipoh-Padang Besar double tracking project were working on its cost with the Economic Planning Unit (EPU), Finance Ministry and his ministry.

The 330km-project is expected to resume early next year and due for completion in 2012. It was postponed in 2003 to curtail government spending on mega projects.

"Once this project is completed, we do not see any problem in operating a commuter train service between Penang and Ipoh," Chan said.

On the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport upgrading project, he said a study was still underway to ascertain whether the project will just involve extension of the runway or include the expansion of the airport terminal building.

"My officers are meeting with the EPU and Finance Ministry to follow up on the matter. It might take two to three weeks to come up with the costing for the project," he said.

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Old July 7th, 2007, 09:51 AM   #204
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is threre any updates about sabah railway department modernisation??
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Old July 7th, 2007, 09:58 AM   #205
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I think KTM should change their way in informing passengers of their next train, maybe they should do like what is done in KLIA Transit, which is....rather than showing fixed schedule, they should instead show how long will the train arrive to that station....that way, it would be more accurate...
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Old July 7th, 2007, 05:03 PM   #206
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KTMB to tap French firm’s expertise

April 18, 2007

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with SNCF International, a subsidiary of the French national railway company, to draw on the latter’s expertise in rail-related matters.

The MOU will see the two companies work together on rail-related consultation, assistance and advisory services. This will include training services and railway visits. "Basically, it’s more on advisory, consultancy and training," KTMB managing director Datuk Mohd Salleh Abdullah told reporters after the signing ceremony at the French embassy in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

SNCF International was represented by its president and chief executive officer Jean-Pierre Loubinoux. It’s possible that KTMB may get funding from the French Government for consultancy and training programmes conducted by SNCF, Mohd Salleh said.

This may involve "a few million ringgit", he said, declining to elaborate.

SNCF, which carries 800 million passengers and 130 million tonnes of freight every year, is one of the main contributors to railway development around the world. The company was set up some nine years ago to contribute to the operation and maintenance of rail networks outside of France, and to assist in the creation of new railway routes.

Its cooperation with KTMB will open windows of opportunity for the latter to explore new technology in rail operations, infrastructure and rolling stock. Meanwhile, asked if YTL Corp’s proposed high-speed train project between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore would affect KTMB’s operations, Mohd Salleh replied, "It may or it may not".

He pointed out, however, that high- speed trains catered mainly to business travellers, whereas KTMB provi- des service for a different category.

"We don’t have high speed, but we still believe that we can provide a reasonable level of comfort at a very affordable price," he said.

On whether KTMB would work together with YTL on the KL-Singapore project, he said the rail operator has been providing its input to the Government as and when it was required to. It has had no direct dealings with YTL thus far.

Regardless of what decision the Government makes on the project, KTMB will continue to improve its services, he added.

"That’s why we’re encouraging the Government to help to double track the lines, right up from Padang Besar to Johor. We need to improve our services," he remarked. He said that in the later part of 2008 or 2009, KTMB would be starting up an express train that would run from KL Sentral to Ipoh, and vice versa.

The Government is currently negotiating with the contractor on the technical and financial terms of the project, he added.


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Old July 9th, 2007, 06:18 AM   #207
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More comfort for Komuter users
Monday July 9, 2007
http://www.thestar.com.my/metro/stor...06&sec=central
By LEONG SHEN-LI
COME mid-October, commuters using the Bank Negara KTM Komuter halt will be able to catch their trains in a more spacious, covered and modern-looking station that will have more facilities.
The RM6mil project to upgrade the halt will involve the construction of a new covered “mezzanine” floor above the current platforms.
The new floor will house ticketing counters, ticket vending machines, toilets, suraus and retail space.


Making it easy: An artist’s impression of what the new station will look like when complete, with the tracks under a new mezzanine floor.
The new station will have a waiting area with a glass-window viewing gallery – a first for a KTM Komuter station.
Passengers can wait on the mezzanine floor and only go down to the platform when they see their train approaching.
“The upgraded station will also allow the halt's two platforms to be accessed through a common entrance at the new mezzanine floor before descending to the platforms below,” said KTM Bhd's KTM Komuter strategic business unit business development and marketing senior manager Mohd Hider Yusoff.
The two platforms of the original halt, which were opened when the KTM Komuter began operations in 1995, had separate entrances.


Checking it out: Mohd Hider (right) studying the plans for the new station with KTMB corporate communications manager Shahriza Embi and project manager Aziz Shadad.
There was no connection between the two inside the halt and if a passenger mistakenly went to the wrong platform, he would have to leave the halt, walk a distance and then use his ticket to enter again.
Being the third busiest of KTM Komuter's 45 stations – it handles between 10,000 and 12,000 passengers daily – the old Bank Negara halt was also often very crowded and the upgrades would open up more space for passengers and KTM personnel.


Getting it ready: The railway tracks are unaffected by the construction and are still in use.
Previously only providing limited shelter, the platforms would now be covered with proper roofing.
Mohd Hider said in line with KTMB’s new designs for stations, the new Bank Negara station would also have facilities for the disabled.
“From the mezzanine floor, there will be lifts for them to access the platforms below,” he said.
He added that there would be toilets for the disabled and also tack-tiles to guide those who were visually impaired.
Mohd Hider said the upgraded station would have two main entrances, one at Jalan Datuk Onn and the other at the bridge on the access road to Bank Negara, opposite the pedestrian bridge over Jalan Kuching and Sungai Gombak to Jalan Raja Laut near the Sogo Shopping Complex.
Construction work began in April and Mohd Hider said work should be completed by October.
“We hope to be able to complete the work before the deadline so that commuters will get to use the new facilities earlier,” he said.
Mohd Hider said the halt would remain open throughout the construction period although certain areas would be out of bounds for passengers while the old entrances have been temporarily relocated.
He added that information boards have been put up to explain to commuter about the upgrading work.
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Old July 9th, 2007, 06:19 AM   #208
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was at kuala lumpur station yesterday and I took a look at the ticket vending machine for the first time in a while....

not only do they have the buttons for Serendah, Rasa, and the stations on the recent extension...they have also placed buttons on the machine for KKB, Tapah Road and Tg. Malim...

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Old July 9th, 2007, 06:38 AM   #209
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Govt Mulls Proposal To Takeover KTMB - Chan
Updated : 09-07-2007


KUALA LUMPUR, July 7 (Bernama) -- The government is considering a proposal to revert Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) to a public body after 15 years of privatisation, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy.

He said the Railwaymen Union of Malaya (RUM) had proposed to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi that the government take KTMB under its wings following losses by the company.

"The ministry will study and prepare a report on the second memorandum sent by RUM to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on May 31," he said at a dinner organised by RUM tonight.

RUM sent the first memorandum on the proposal to Abdullah on Oct 11, 2004.

KTMB was privatised on Aug 1, 1992. In 1997, it came under the supervision of the Merak Unggul Consortium, a company said to have incurred "losses running into millions of ringgit before tax."

Chan said the ministry would support a proposal that would benefit the nation and sector but fell short of stating his support for the proposal by RUM.
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Old July 13th, 2007, 10:57 AM   #210
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Source : http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...716&sec=nation

Nationwide rail safety campaign

IPOH: The Transport Ministry will carry out a nationwide safety campaign to educate people living near railway tracks.

Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy said railway accidents claimed 29 lives since January and the ministry hoped to educate the public, especially those living near railway tracks.

“We will ask the Finance Ministry to allocate RM6mil to RM8mil to launch the campaign before the commissioning of the double-track project between Rawang and Ipoh early next year,” he told a press conference after inspecting work on the project here yesterday.

He hoped the campaign, which would include posters, radio and television commercials, would also stop people from committing vandalism, theft, and from trespassing on railway property.


look: Mohd Salleh giving Chan a progress report on the Rawang-Ipoh doubletrack project at the Tanjung Malim station yesterday.

KTM Berhad managing director Datuk Mohd Salleh Abdullah said contractors of the project lost some RM5mil to cable thieves.

“The loss is not our main concern but train delays due to the disruption to our system is the biggest problem,” he said.

On the RM4bil project, Chan said 97% had been completed and what was left were the landscaping work and approval from local authorities.

“We are confident that everything will be ready for commissioning by Dec 31. By early next year, the tracks can be operational,” he said.

There will be 16 trips per day between Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh, catering to more than 3,200 passengers per day.

On the expansion of Ipoh’s Sultan Azlan Shah airport, Chan said a meeting involving all parties would be held next week to listen to their views.
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Old July 14th, 2007, 08:13 AM   #211
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Berita Nasional: Khidmat kereta api laju KL–Ipoh singgah 5 stesen

Berita Nasional: Khidmat kereta api laju KL–Ipoh singgah 5 stesen



IPOH: Perkhidmatan kereta api laju Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) antara Kuala Lumpur dan Ipoh yang menggunakan landasan berkembar akan mula beroperasi awal tahun depan dengan tempoh perjalanan dua jam 15 minit.

Perkhidmatan kereta api elektrik itu akan bermula dari KL Sentral dan singgah stesen Rawang, Tanjung Malim, Tapah Road, Kampar dan Batu Gajah.
Menteri Pengangkutan, Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy berkata perjalanan dua jam 15 minit itu termasuk masa perhentian singkat di lima stesen berkenaan dan menyediakan lapan perjalanan ulang-alik sehari.

“Perkhidmatan itu menggunakan enam koc baru buatan Jepun dan Korea yang akan tiba tidak lama lagi,” katanya selepas meninjau projek landasan berkembar elektrik Rawang-Ipoh, di sini semalam.

Hadir sama Pengerusi KTMB, Tan Sri Lim Ah Lek dan Pengarah Urusannya, Datuk Mohd Salleh Abdullah.

Chan bagaimanapun berkata, kementerian masih mengkaji kadar tambang yang sesuai dan tidak menafikan tambangnya agak mahal berbanding kereta api biasa.

“Kita jangkakan tambang RM35 untuk Kelas Pertama dan RM25 Kelas Kedua, tetapi ini hanya jangkaan saja. Ia agak mahal sedikit kerana perkhidmatan dikategorikan sebagai ‘Premier Train’, dan tambangnya bersesuaian dengan mutu perkhidmatan yang akan diberikan,” katanya.
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Old July 14th, 2007, 03:25 PM   #212
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Will these really be fast trains or new coaches only?
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Old July 15th, 2007, 12:27 PM   #213
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Haha, finally we can know where does those train coming from.....hopefully they can use tilting trains to achieve higher speed...
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Uncomfirmed sources from ktmrailwayfan say the manufacturers of the class 82 commuter trains from Korea is also involved in manufacturing the fast trains.
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Old July 16th, 2007, 02:05 PM   #215
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will the bottleneck between Kuala Lumpur station and Kepong affect service operations for the fast train? Right now it is only double track (iirc) between these stations...with a third track in only a few spots....

Perhaps more importantly...will fast train service operations interfere with KTM Komuter service?

No point in having double tracking and electrification if KTM Komuter service trains are still stuck waiting for other trains to clear the tracks....KTM freight trains, intercity trains, and the KL-Ipoh fast trains? Way too much...

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KTMB And SRT Agree To Consolidate Cooperation
July 25, 2007 22:59 PM

KUALA TERENGGANU, July 25 (Bernama) -- Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) and State Railway of Thailand (SRT) have agreed that their annual joint conference is a useful forum for exchanging experience and discussing issues of mutual concern to consolidate cooperation.

KTMB and SRT, which met for a three-day joint conference since Monday in Kijal, Kemaman, also discussed several pertinent issues, including the streamlining of freight traffic information for both countries via the freight online system, progress on SRT restructuring and KTMB's public service obligations to the masses in the East Coast.

A joint statement issued said that SRT would organise a study tour comprising its personnel and media representatives to Malaysia to learn about the future direction and railway policies in Malaysia which could be subsequently applied by SRT.

The statement also highlighted KTMB managing director Datuk Mohd Salleh Abdullah's opening speech which stressed on the importance of further improving the landbridge service currently operating between Malaysia and Thailand.

"The success of landbridge operations will pave the way and set a pace for the successful collaboration and operation of the countries connected by the Singapore-Kunming Rail Link," he said.

The next joint conference will take place in Thailand in 2008.

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Thursday August 16, 2007

KTM to start new Ipoh-Singapore train service

By LISA GOH

KUALA LUMPUR: Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) will start a new line between Singapore and Ipoh from Oct 1, using its double tracking route.

KTMB Strategic Business Unit’s Intercity Services general manager Sarbini Tijan said this route, which runs through Kuala Lumpur, would only operate on weekends initially.

"We will start with the weekends, with a day and a night trip from Singapore to Ipoh, and vice versa.

"So, in total, there will be four trips a day. It should be running daily by next year," he said at a joint press conference by KTMB and the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta).

However, he added that there would be daily service during peak periods such as Hari Raya Puasa.

Sarbini also said the service would start with diesel trains, but "electric trains are on the way".

The fare for Singapore-Ipoh has not yet been confirmed. The fare for KL-Ipoh is RM18 for second class, and RM10 for economy class.

He said this service was an addition to the existing KL-Penang route via Ipoh which runs two trips a night - one northbound, and one southbound.

"But those are only night trains, except for weekends, when we run day trains," he said.
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Jangan sampai stesen KTM terbiar

KUALA PILAH 23 Ogos – Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi kesal bangunan Stesen Kereta Api Tanah Melayu di Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, Kuala Lumpur ditinggalkan terbiar sejak enam tahun lalu.

Sehubungan itu, beliau mahu pihak pengurusan Kereta Api Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) melakukan sesuatu supaya bangunan warisan kebangsaan itu kembali menjadi tumpuan orang ramai.

‘‘Mereka perlulah jaga, jangan sampai tinggal begitu,’’ katanya kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan upacara pecah tanah Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Kuala Pilah di sini hari ini.

Beliau mengulas laporan muka depan Utusan Malaysia hari ini mengenai nasib stesen kereta api yang dibina pada 1885 dan menjadi tumpuan orang ramai ekoran seni binanya yang unik itu.

Bangunan yang disenaraikan sebagai warisan negara tersebut dikatakan semakin terabai sejak 2001 apabila pusat operasi utama stesen kereta api dipindahkan ke Stesen Sentral Kuala Lumpur.

Perdana Menteri berkata, stesen itu boleh digunakan untuk tujuan yang memberikan pulangan dan bernilai komersial.

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KTMB boleh didakwa – Rais

Oleh: ZABRY MOHAMAD

KUALA LUMPUR 23 Ogos – Kerajaan tidak teragak-agak mengambil tindakan tegas terhadap pengurusan Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) jika masih gagal menyenggara dengan baik bangunan miliknya, sebelum Disember ini.

Menteri Kebudayaan, Kesenian dan Warisan, Datuk Seri Dr. Rais Yatim berkata, di bawah Akta Warisan Kebangsaan 2005, KTMB boleh didenda sehingga RM50,000 atau lima tahun penjara atau kedua-duanya sekali jika sabit kesalahan.

Katanya, sebagai pemilik bangunan yang diisytiharkan sebagai warisan kebangsaan, KTMB bertanggungjawab menyenggara bangunan itu dengan baik dan memuaskan.

Menurut Rais, kementeriannya telah mengarahkan syarikat tersebut mengambil tindakan sewajarnya sebelum akhir tahun ini.

‘‘Pesuruhjaya Warisan telah mengeluarkan notis baru-baru ini mengarahkan KTMB mengambil tindakan mengembalikan stesen tersebut kepada keadaan asalnya dalam tempoh enam bulan.

‘‘Saya sendiri akan meninjau keadaan stesen itu pada Disember ini. Jika masih tidak memuaskan, maka tindakan undang-undang wajar dikenakan terhadap mereka,’’ kata Rais ketika dihubungi di sini hari ini.

Beliau mengulas laporan muka depan Utusan Malaysia hari ini mengenai bangunan Stesen Kereta Api Tanah Melayu di Jalan Hishamuddin di sini yang didapati terbiar dan tidak diurus dengan baik.

Tinjauan di bangunan yang dibina pada 1885 itu mendapati banyak cermin bangunan telah pecah, besi buruk diletakkan di tempat laluan orang ramai malah lebih menjijikkan terdapat juga najis manusia di laluan pejalan kaki.

Bangunan tersebut dikatakan semakin diabaikan sejak 2001 apabila pusat operasi utama stesen kereta api dipindahkan ke Stesen Sentral Kuala Lumpur yang lebih canggih dan moden.

Rais memberitahu, selain stesen kereta api, bangunan ibu pejabat KTMB yang terletak bertentangan juga didapati tidak disenggara dengan baik.

Katanya, tindakan yang sama juga boleh diambil jika KTMB tidak mengambil langkah-langkah sepatutnya terhadap bangunan berkenaan.

‘‘Kerajaan mempunyai hak untuk memaksa KTMB menyenggara dengan baik bangunan-bangunan miliknya yang kini dikategorikan sebagai warisan kebangsaan,’’ tegasnya.

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translate please heheheh actually, I caught the first article, the PM wants the railway station to be commercialized...hmmmmm...wouldnt that be wonderful...the KFC they dropped in there was a real nice piece of work

Hmmmm...pm, how about a Railway Museum? How about an art gallery of railway photos....

oh, how about a better KTM service that actually starts and stops at the station, instead of passing through. Yes, m has an idea...start a real "komuter" service that runs limited stop trains that only serve the KTM "stations" and not the "halts" and the trains can start their journey from Kuala Lumpur station.

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