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Old December 2nd, 2016, 09:33 AM   #1081
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Ridership of the intercity electric train service

Source : MoT (Ministry of Transport)

http://www.mot.gov.my/en/resources/quarter...cs-of-transport



Current routes

- Padang Besar - Kuala Lumpur - Gemas (approximately 700 km)
- Kuala Lumpur - Ipoh (approximately 210 km)
- Kuala Lumpur - Butterworth, Penang (approximately 380 km)

Ridership of ETS service

Q1 2015 : 375,000 passengers
Q2 2015 : 429,000 passengers
Q3 2015 : 585,000 passengers
Q4 2015 : 670,000 passengers
Q1 2016 : 732,000 passengers
Q2 2016 : 820,000 passengers
Q3 2016 : 980,000 passengers

Daily ridership calculation

Q1 2015 : 4,166 passengers per day
Q3 2016 : 10,652 passengers per day
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Old December 11th, 2016, 06:19 AM   #1082
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ETS GOLD FROM KUALA LUMPUR TO GEMAS
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KUALA LUMPUR TO BUTTERWORTH
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ETS GOLD FROM BUTTERWORTH TO KUALA LUMPUR
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KUALA LUMPUR TO BUTTERWORTH AND PADANG BESAR
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https://railtravelstation.com/category/malaysia/ktm/

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Old March 10th, 2017, 12:14 PM   #1090
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MALAYSIA RAIL LINK (MRL) - EAST COAST RAIL LINK
http://www.mrl.com.my/
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New west-east railway in Malaysia

- Main line length : 534.8 km
- Travel time under 4 hours
- Standard gauge, up to 200 km/h
- 18 km tunnel under the mountain
- 8-car electric
- Project timeframe : July 2017 - July 2024








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Old March 10th, 2017, 01:49 PM   #1091
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MALAYSIA RAIL LINK (MRL) - EAST COAST RAIL LINK
http://www.mrl.com.my/
not a bad deal - but it would be a lot better if KTMB has rehabilitate the section from the Border Bridge to Pasir Mas so SRT can run the shuttle service from Hatyai/Yala/Sugei Golok to Wakaf Baru to link with this MALAYSIA RAIL LINK (MRL)
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Old March 10th, 2017, 02:17 PM   #1092
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not a bad deal - but it would be a lot better if KTMB has rehabilitate the section from the Border Bridge to Pasir Mas so SRT can run the shuttle service from Hatyai/Yala/Sugei Golok to Wakaf Baru to link with this MALAYSIA RAIL LINK (MRL)
This will be standard gauge, so I doubt SRT's metre gauge line can connect to the ECRL like the SRT-KTM interchange at Padang Besar.

Expect to have to change trains.
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im happy with the 200km/h speed ecrl in standard gauge. i feel MY authority is reserving the high speed status for anything that can runs beyond 300km/h-cant wait for the kl-sg hsr
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This will be standard gauge, so I doubt SRT's metre gauge line can connect to the ECRL like the SRT-KTM interchange at Padang Besar.

Expect to have to change trains.
Easy Man - after those Thai passenger from Sugei Kolok have reached Wakaf Baru, they just simply going out and then purchase the tickets of that MALAYSIA RAIL LINK (MRL) and wait until the boarding time has come - and the board the train ... and the reverse process is for those who want to head to Sugei Golok ... going out of Wakaf baru station of MALAYSIA RAIL LINK (MRL) and then walk to Wakaf baru station of KTMB to board the shuttle to Sugei Kolok or even Hat yai

Waiting by sleeping on the waiting chairs and even the platforms is something I have encountered countless times though.
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Old March 21st, 2017, 06:20 AM   #1097
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Latest ridership figure of the ETS, a long-distance intercity electric train service in Malaysia.

ETS was first launched in August 2010, starting with Kuala Lumpur - Ipoh route, about 200 km. Now the ETS route had been extended to about 700 kilometres long, served by a fleet of 15 sets of six-car trains.



Source : MoT (Ministry of Transport)

http://www.mot.gov.my/en/resources/rail-statistic



Ridership of ETS service

Q1 2015 : 375,000 passengers
Q2 2015 : 429,000 passengers
Q3 2015 : 585,000 passengers
Q4 2015 : 670,000 passengers
Q1 2016 : 732,000 passengers
Q2 2016 : 820,000 passengers
Q3 2016 : 980,000 passengers
Q4 2016 : 1,033,000 passengers

Daily ridership from my calculation

Q1 2015 : 4,166 passengers per day
Q4 2016 : 11,228 passengers per day

In a span less than 2 years, the daily ridership of the ETS service had almost tripled. With relatively faster speed (at 140 km/h) compared to buses, despite being more expensive, the service had been very popular.

In 2020, ETS may be extended to Johor Bahru. By then, it will be possible to ride ETS from northernmost border town (bordering TH) to southern border city (bordering SG), a 900+ km journey.
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The new indian-made DMU for Beaufort-Tenom route. Sabah State Railways (SSR) is getting 3 of this DMU type


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Latest ridership figure of the ETS, a long-distance intercity electric train service in Malaysia.

ETS was first launched in August 2010, starting with Kuala Lumpur - Ipoh route, about 200 km. Now the ETS route had been extended to about 700 kilometres long, served by a fleet of 15 sets of six-car trains.

Ridership of ETS service

Q1 2015 : 375,000 passengers
Q2 2015 : 429,000 passengers
Q3 2015 : 585,000 passengers
Q4 2015 : 670,000 passengers
Q1 2016 : 732,000 passengers
Q2 2016 : 820,000 passengers
Q3 2016 : 980,000 passengers
Q4 2016 : 1,033,000 passengers

Daily ridership from my calculation

Q1 2015 : 4,166 passengers per day
Q4 2016 : 11,228 passengers per day

In a span less than 2 years, the daily ridership of the ETS service had almost tripled. With relatively faster speed (at 140 km/h) compared to buses, despite being more expensive, the service had been very popular.

In 2020, ETS may be extended to Johor Bahru. By then, it will be possible to ride ETS from northernmost border town (bordering TH) to southern border city (bordering SG), a 900+ km journey.
And that speed with metre gauge (very high). Imagine it with 1435mm! I think the alignment looks suitable for 200kph.
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