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Old July 4th, 2017, 12:08 PM   #2081
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New interchange stations by 2016
- USJ7 (line 5+BRT Sunway line)
- Putra Heights (line 4+line 5)
- Subang Jaya (line 2+line 5)
- Sungai Buloh (line 1+line 9+KTM ETS)

New interchange stations by 2017
- Eco City (line 2+line 5)
- Subang Jaya (line 2+line 5+line 10)
- Pasar Seni (line 5+line 9)
- Bukit Bintang (line 8+line 9)
- Maluri (line 3+line 9)
- Kajang (line 1+line9+KTM ETS)

A walking distance interchange stations
- Muzium Negara (line 9+KL Sentral multimodal station)
- Merdeka (line 9+line 3+line 4)
- Kuala Lumpur (line 1+line 2+line 5+line 9+KTM ETS)
Eco City (line 2+line 5)


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Pasar Seni (line 5+line 9)

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Bukit Bintang (line 8+line 9)

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LINE 9: MRT SBK LINE
BUKIT BINTANG STATION

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That is a very beautiful entrance
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Old July 6th, 2017, 05:33 AM   #2083
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Kuala Lumpur MRT 1 will fully open on 17/7/17 (Phase 2). It will have 31 station (7 underground station and 24 evelated station) (+3 reserved station for the future). All elevated station have standard design.




To beautify the station and make it as attractive as possible, MRT interior & exterior led light will light up accordingly to the setup pre set by the engineer. Even more there are more setup for each festival suit to Malaysia multi couture on Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Deepavali & even more.

Malaysia MRT 1 light design.

It has weekdays, weekend, festival light design.

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Old July 6th, 2017, 08:41 AM   #2084
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LINE 9: MRT SBK LINE PHASE 2
TAMAN SUNTEX


http://www.mymrt.com.my/cms/upload_f...apr17/e12b.jpg

http://www.mymrt.com.my/cms/upload_f...apr17/e13c.jpg

BANDAR TUN HUSSEIN ONN


http://www.mymrt.com.my/cms/upload_f...apr17/e14a.jpg

STADIUM KAJANG


http://www.mymrt.com.my/cms/upload_f...apr17/e18a.jpg

KAJANG


http://www.mymrt.com.my/cms/upload_f...apr17/e20c.jpg

SEMANTAN PORTAL


http://www.mymrt.com.my/cms/upload_f.../apr17/u1a.jpg
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source: https://www.facebook.com/MRTMalaysia/
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Old July 7th, 2017, 10:54 AM   #2086
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Stadium Kajang station. Least there's a new public transport option for future matches.



Source: https://www.facebook.com/MRTMalaysia/
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Old July 8th, 2017, 01:53 PM   #2087
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At last Kualalumpur got its first metro line. Two more are coming in near future.
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Old July 8th, 2017, 05:27 PM   #2088
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why the MRT cooling tower is exposed (seen to public?) not concealed with facade?
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Old July 8th, 2017, 08:50 PM   #2089
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At last Kualalumpur got its first metro line. Two more are coming in near future.
Actually they already have 2 LRT lines and 2(?) Communter line. So this ain't their first rodeo, as to so speak.
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Old July 11th, 2017, 08:24 AM   #2090
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KUALA LUMPUR POPULATION: 1.79e
GREATER KUALA LUMPUR POPULATION: 7,200,000
TOURIST ARRIVAL 2016: 12.02 MILLION
TOTAL LENGTH: 565.46 KM (+5.4 KM-BRT)
TOTAL STATION: 264 STATIONS
INTEGRATED/INTERCHANGE STATION 2017: 28 STATIONS (+9 STATIONS-IN PROGRESS)
OPERATORS: KTMB-KTM Komuter, Prasarana-rapidKL, Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd
COMMON TICKETTING SYSTEM: TnG, myrapid

LINE 1 KUALA LUMPUR | SEREMBAN LINE | EMU | 135 KM | 26 STATIONS (+2 STATIONS-IN PROGRESS)
LINE 2 KUALA LUMPUR | PORT KLANG LINE | EMU | 126 KM | 34 STATIONS (+1 STATION-IN PROGRESS)

AMPANG/ SRI PETALING LINE | LRT | 45.1 KM | 43 STATIONS
LINE 3 KUALA LUMPUR | AMPANG LINE | LRT | 18 STATIONS *
LINE 4 KUALA LUMPUR | SRI PETALING LINE | LRT | 36 STATIONS * (+2 STATION)

LINE 5 KUALA LUMPUR | KELANA JAYA LINE | LRT | 46.4 KM | 37 STATIONS

EXPRESS RAIL LINK | EMU | 57 KM | 6 STATIONS
LINE 6 KUALA LUMPUR | KLIA EKSPRES | EMU | 3 STATIONS *
LINE 7 KUALA LUMPUR | KLIA TRANSIT | EMU | 6 STATIONS (+2 STATION) *

LINE 8 KUALA LUMPUR | MONORAIL LINE | MONORAIL | 8.6 KM | 11 STATIONS
LINE 9 KUALA LUMPUR | MRT SBK LINE | MRT | 51 KM | 34 STATIONS (Phase 2 open 17/7/2017)
LINE 10 KUALA LUMPUR | SKYPARK LINE | EMU | 8.16 KM | 2 STATIONS (+2 STATIONS) (Open 2018)
LINE 11 KUALA LUMPUR | KLANG LINE | LRT | 36 KM | 36 STATIONS (underconstruction)
LINE 12 KUALA LUMPUR | MRT SSP LINE | MRT | 52.2 KM | 36 STATIONS (underconstruction)
KUALA LUMPUR | BRT SUNWAY LINE | BRT | 5.4 KM | 7 STATIONS

COMING SOON
LINE 13 MRT CIRCLE LINE
BRT FEDERAL LINE

PROPOSAL
LINE 14 PUTRAJAYA MONORAIL
KL Tramway
KTM Outer Orbital Line
LINE 1: KTM KOMUTER SEREMBAN LINE (CSR Zhuzhou)
Operator: KTMB


https://railtravelstation.com/2016/1...tral-by-train/

LINE 2: KTM KOMUTER PORT KLANG LINE (CSR Zhuzhou)
Operator: KTMB

KTM Komuter SCS19, Kuala Lumpur by Howard Pulling, on Flickr

LINE 3: RAPIDKL LRT AMPANG LINE (CRRC Zhuzhou)
Operator: PRASARANA


https://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8604/2...a1dbde44_b.jpg

LINE 4: RAPIDKL LRT SERI PETALING LINE (CRRC Zhuzhou)
Operator: PRASARANA

Untitled by Jonathan Fong, on Flickr

LINE 5: RAPIDKL LRT KELANA JAYA LINE (BOMBARDIER)
Operator: PRASARANA


https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...ire_Subang.jpg

https://paultan.org/2016/12/29/rapid...-train-sets-1/

LINE 6: KLIA EKSPRES LINE (SIEMENS)
Operator: Express Rail Link (ERL)

KLIA Transit arriving Salak Tinggi station by Mohammad Gaudi, on Flickr

LINE 7: KLIA TRANSIT LINE (CRRC Changchun)
Operator: Express Rail Link (ERL)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cT-S7AOpWQU

LINE 8: RAPIDKL LRT MONORAIL LINE (SCOMI)
Operator: PRASARANA

KL Monorail 2205, Titwangsa by Howard Pulling, on Flickr

LINE 9: MRT SUNGAI BULOH-KAJANG LINE (SIEMENS)
Operator: MRT CORP


https://twitter.com/MRTMalaysia

LINE 10: KTM KOMUTER SKYPARK LINE (CSR Zhuzhou)
Operator: KTMB


https://railtravelstation.com/2016/0...-11-july-2016/

LINE 11: LRT KLANG LINE (N/A)
Operator: PRASARANA


http://www.lrt3.com.my/

LINE 12: MRT SUNGAI BULOH-SERDANG-PUTRAJAYA LINE (ROTEM)
Operator: MRT CORP

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Old July 13th, 2017, 12:01 AM   #2091
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actually the mrt1 or sbk line is owned by mrt corp but operated by rapidkl, a unit under prasarana.
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Old July 14th, 2017, 07:29 PM   #2092
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Malaysia mrt construction is actually part of the National Transformation Programme to propel malaysia onto greater height. Three lines are identified, first is mrt sbk line of 52 km which is 99.99 % complete,due to open on 17/7/2017. Second is mrt ssp line or mrt2, 53 km which is 10% complete ,due to open in 2 phases in 2021 and 2022 and third yet unnamed mrt circle line, around 40km to 50 km in loop still under feasibility study. <br />
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The minister of transportation penned his thoughts how mrt construction will affectt the urban living in greater KL. <br />
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The MRT solution<br />
Considered the backbone of the integrated public transport network for the Greater KL/KV, the MRT system is one of the first major transport infrastructure projects created to provide better reach for commuters and integrate existing rail networks in the region.<br />
With three lines in total – the MRT line 1 will run from Sungai Buloh-Kajang and has a total length of 51km. Line 2, on the other hand, will serve a corridor with a population of around two million, from Sungai Buloh to Serdang to Putrajaya (SSP line). Lastly, line 3 will play a crucial role in integrating all existing rail lines in Greater KL/KV through a circle line. This line is currently under the development and at the planning stage.<br />
Undeterred by challenges<br />
Since construction began on July 8, 2011, the implementation of the MRT line 1 has faced its fair share of criticism, with questions ranging from costs and purpose to the feasibility of the project.<br />
Resolute in overcoming the scepticism, the Transport Ministry, Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD), project owner Prasarana Malaysia Bhd and project delivery partner MMC-Gamuda have worked closely to ensure the project is completed on time and within budget.<br />
Despite initial speed bumps, Phase 1 of the MRT line 1 from Sungai Buloh to Semantan began operations on Dec 16 last year, 16 days ahead of schedule, while registering a savings of RM2bil from the initial target cost of RM23bil. With the launch of the second phase this coming Monday, the entire 51km MRT line 1 is on track to be completed as scheduled.<br />
Easing congestion, mobilising people<br />
As Greater KL/KV residents, we are not strangers to the frustration and inconvenience brought on by traffic congestion. <b>According to a study by the World Bank in 2015, Malaysians have been spending 250 million hours a year stuck in traffic. Imagine the quality time you could have spent for yourself and your family.</b><br />
The first order of the day for the MRT is to create better mobility for the residents in the Greater KL/KV region, complemented by the various public feeder services and facilities.<br />
With a total capacity of 1,200 passengers, the MRT line 1 is strategically positioned to serve high-density housing and fast-growing areas such as Kota Damansara, Bandar Utama, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Batu Sebelas Cheras, Bandar Tun Hussein Onn, Kajang, etc.<br />
<b>It is projected to serve a daily ridership of 400,000 and will take about 160,000 cars off the road, resulting in higher productivity gains and better quality of life.</b><br />
According to the chief executive officer of MRT Corp, Datuk Seri Shahril Mokhtar,[b# productivity is expected to increase to 280 million hours annually with the MRT. This translates to about RM20bil per annum in time savings.[/b]<br />
Additionally, MRT will help reduce environmental pollution in the country. <b>In a study conducted by the United Nations University, the MRT lines 1 and 2 are expected to deduct more than 550,000 trips or 5.6 million km travelled on city roads by private vehicles. This is the equivalent of 227,800 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year in emissions avoided, making MRT the single largest green infrastructure project in Malaysia.</b><br />
Making the MRT accessible<br />
Despite the benefits that the MRT will bring about, we are equally aware that the project can only succeed if there is a solid “nerve system” in place. To this end, the Government has focused on enhancing the first- and last-mile connectivity, a move to ensure sufficient transportation is available for commuters to travel to and from their homes to public transportation hubs.<br />
The MRT feeder bus is one such solution. The fare is set at only RM1, and there are currently 26 routes serving 12 stations of the first phase of MRT line 1. An additional 22 routes will be introduced when all the MRT line 1 stations begin operations next week. In total, 300 dedicated feeder buses will be deployed to serve the 400,000 commuters.
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Actually they already have 2 LRT lines and 2(?) Communter line. So this ain't their first rodeo, as to so speak.
I mean metro, not light rail or commuter rail. The only metro (MRT) line is line 9, which has started operation last year.
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I mean metro, not light rail or commuter rail. The only metro (MRT) line is line 9, which has started operation last year.
Actually metro has wide range of meaning. It can be name to mean the system in general or just the type of system. In fact some metro are just light rails (trams) and no MRTs.

In fact some cities name the regional area as XXX Metro Area ,with the X being the area name or city name. Either way it's hard to define one standard naming for PT terms, even light rails has many meanings, some calls the trams as that, some calls MRTs with a certain lower passenger number as LRTs, some calls systems similar to airport people mover such as Singapore's BPLRT and SKPGLRT and London's DLR as that too.

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Malaysia mrt construction is actually part of the National Transformation Programme to propel malaysia onto greater height. Three lines are identified, first is mrt sbk line of 52 km which is 99.99 % complete,due to open on 17/7/2017. Second is mrt ssp line or mrt2, 53 km which is 10% complete ,due to open in 2 phases in 2021 and 2022 and third yet unnamed mrt circle line, around 40km to 50 km in loop still under feasibility study.

The minister of transportation penned his thoughts how mrt construction will affectt the urban living in greater KL.


Some pictures .

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This looks so good, finally the PT looks more world class then the "disrepair" that's the LRT underground stations...(hope Prasarana would do something about that, even Singapore's NSEWL don't look that way... And I believe it's much older)

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Wow this looks world class! Especially those LED lights. Excellent attention to detail!
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LINE 9: MRT SBK LINE
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