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Old September 6th, 2017, 04:38 AM   #2161
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Malaysia looking at expediting MRT3 construction
September 05, 2017 16:31 pm MY

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KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 5): The Malaysian Government may expedite construction of the Mass Rapid Transit 3 (MRT3) in the Klang Valley ahead of its planned completion in 2027 to reap the economic benefits of the project.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said today the proposition was being discussed. Liow said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had been receptive to the idea.

Liow said: "We have planned to complete MRT2 in 2024 and MRT3 in 2027, but looking at the benefits that we can reap from the MRT projects, the ministry has proposed to see whether we can bring forward the completion of MRT3 from 2027. We can start planning now, because the implementation will take five years. It's already 2017 and we don't need to wait another 10 years."

Liow was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the Sustainable Urban Transport Summit here today. He did not reveal MRT3's proposed new completion date.

"The prime minister is quite agreeable to the plan to bring it forward, but we will leave the details to the EPU (Economic Planning Unit), SPAD (Land Public Transport Commission) and the Prime Minister's Office. We have to work with the different agencies," he said.
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MRT 3 could cost RM35b to RM40b, says CIMB Research
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Mass Rapid Transit 3 (MRT3) Circle Line in the Klang Valley’s construction cost could be between RM35bil and RM40bil, assuming 40km total alignment or 70% underground, says CIMB Equities Research.

It said on Thursday this is also based on RM1bil cost/km for the underground portion (benchmarked against MRT 2) and RM500mil cost per km for the above-ground portion.

“Maintain sector Overweight. Downside risks are election/political risks, project delays and funding difficulties.

“While sector beneficiaries of rail contracts are broad-based, Gamuda remains our top big-cap rail play and it could emerge as the biggest winner of the RM55bil East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) and LRT 3 underground scope in 2H17 and MRT 3 in 2018,” it said.

CIMB Research quoted a local news report that the government may speed up construction of MRT 3 ahead of its planned completion in 2027 to reap the economic benefits of the project.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai was quoted saying the proposition was being discussed and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was receptive to the idea.

"We have planned to complete MRT2 in 2024 and MRT3 in 2027, but looking at the benefits that we can reap from the MRT projects, the ministry has proposed to see whether we can bring forward the completion of MRT3 from 2027.

“We can start planning now, because the implementation will take five years. It's already 2017 and we don't need to wait another 10 years," Liow was quoted saying.

He added: "The prime minister is quite agreeable to the plan to bring it forward, but we will leave the details to the EPU (Economic Planning Unit), SPAD (Land Public Transport Commission) and the Prime Minister's Office.”

CIMB Research said this news is a positive surprise as it had expected more updates on the progress of MRT 3 post the announcement of Budget 2018 in October.

“Based on our latest checks, the full feasibility studies, including the proposed railway scheme, have largely been finalised. However, no cost estimate and alignment distance were revealed.

“We also understand that due to the coverage area of MRT 3, which will largely be within KL city, at least 70% of the alignment needs to be constructed underground,” it said.

The research house said MRT 3 is a circle rail line that will connect and integrate not only with the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang ine (MRT 1, in operation; RM21bil cost) and the MRT Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya line (MRT 2, under construction; RM32bil cost) but also with all other urban rail systems, including the LRT and monorail.

“We understand that this milestone is targeted to be achieved by mid-2018. It will then take at least another six months from Cabinet approval to project awards.

“MRT 3 will be the rail story for 2018. We believe MRT 3 could be completed two years earlier than the 2027 original completion target,” said the research house
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Ant Financial to establish joint venture in Malaysia
By Ding Yining | 18:10 UTC+8 July 24, 2017



Touch'n Go Sdn Bhd and Ant Financial executives at the agreement signing ceremony on Monday.
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MALAYSIA'S second-largest group, Touch'n Go Sdn Bhd, today announced they will provide mobile wallet and related financial services in partnership with Alipay's Ant Financial.

Touch'n Go Sdn Bhd (TNG) and Ant Financial on Monday signed an agreement in which TNG will be the majority shareholder, according to a joint statement today.

"The capital injected by both parties will go towards the creation of a world-class online and offline payments provider, delivering superior mobile wallet solutions and other related financial services," CIMB said in the statement.

Ant Financial has been teaming up and enabling local partners in India, South Korea and South-East Asia and has leveraged its technology capability to help overseas companies to provide digital payment and innovative financial services to local users.

“Given TNG’s leading position in the market and vast customer base, we believe that we can help it to offer exciting and innovative products to Malaysian consumers,” said Ant Financial chief executive officer Eric Jing.

Malaysia is the first country to join the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP), a scheme initiated by Alibaba Group executive chairman and founder Jack Ma to help small to medium-sized enterprises expand their trading capabilities worldwide through digital platforms.

ALIBABA Group signed a memorandum of understanding in May this year with Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Malaysia’s digital economy development agency, and the Hangzhou Municipal Government to connect the first e-hubs in the two countries under the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP), initiated by the e-commerce giant.

The three parties agreed to work together to explore potential strategic collaborations and seek to enable the building of infrastructure for seamless cross-border e-commerce trade between Malaysia and China.
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MRT SBK DAILY RIDERSHIP BREAKS 140,000-MARK
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KUALA LUMPUR, 23 July – Daily ridership for the MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line (MRT SBK) has surpassed the 140,000-mark with yesterday’s figures registering a total of 142,313 passengers; spending their Saturday to experience Malaysia’s newest mode of public transportation service.
Expressing his delight, Rapid Rail Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Ir. Zohari Sulaiman hopes that Malaysians especially those living in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor will continue to make public transport as their preference over driving their own vehicles into the city.

“The statistics are actually even more flattering as normally, daily ridership is highest on week-days when people are working. In this case, we have 142,313 on a weekend on Saturday. And, looking at today’s report from my staff on ground, we should be having a very high ridership today as well,” said Zohari.

Launching the second phase of the MRT SBK Line on July 17, Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun Razak announced free rides between Kajang and Muzium Negara for the day; contributing to a ridership of about 100,000 for the day.

The Prime Minister also announced a 50 percent discount on fare when traveling on the MRT and Rapid KL’s other rail services - the Kelana Jaya LRT Line, Ampang LRT Line, Sri Petaling LRT Line and the Monorail service until Merdeka Day on 31 August.

“We recorded a daily ridership of 90,409 on the following date on 18 July; subsequently increasing to 96,887 passengers on July 19. We had 95,009 passengers on July 20; and we broke the 100,000-mark on Friday, 21 July with a daily ridership of 110,782. Yesterday, on Saturday, July 21, the ridership stood at 142,313 happy passengers.

“Naturally, we would like to thank the commuters for their support. We sincerely hope that they would continue to use Rapid Rail public transport network that included the Kelana Jaya LRT Line, Ampang LRT Line, Sri Petaling LRT Line, the Monorail service and the MRT SBK, which is operated by Rapid KL,” Zohari added.

Phase 1 between Sungai Buloh and Semantan was launched by the Prime Minister on 15 December last year; operating on the following day with an average daily ridership of 15,000 passengers.
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Daily ridership: 185,131
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Daily ridership: 254,854
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Daily ridership: 100,000 (weekdays)
140,000 (weekends)
Ridership: 7.4 million (December 2016- August 2017)
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The world's first Variable Density TBM (VD-TBM) for the twin-running 9.5km tunnelled section of the Klang Valley MRT (LINE 9) is completed and ready for disassembly and shipment to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The machine, the first of six specially designed for the Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRT Corp) in a collaboration between Herrenknecht and its selected tunnelling contractor MMC-Gamuda, has been specifically designed for coping with the specific challenges presented by Kuala Lumpur's extreme karstic limestone geology.
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The world's first Variable Density TBMs, which was specially developed jointly by world renowned TBM manufacturer Herrenknecht AG of Germany and MMC Gamuda (Malaysia) joint venture, will be used to excavate in the Kuala Lumpur Limestone Formation portion of the alignment.
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ERL partners AirAsia to offer special rates
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KUALA LUMPUR: Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL) has partnered AirAsia to offer a special KLIA Ekspres train fare of RM48 for one-way and RM88 for a return trip for the airlines’ passengers, from Sept 21.

Passengers can now also book their tickets for Kuala Lumpur’s fastest airport transfer via AirAsia’s website, making it a one-stop ticketing solution, said ERL in a statement here, today.

“With the inclusion of KLIA Ekspres, AirAsia’s passengers can easily manage and plan their travel arrangements through one site,” ERL Senior Vice President, Marketing & Sales Management ,Yeow Wei-Wen said.

The journey between KL Sentral and KLIA2 takes only 33 minutes. Special KLIA Ekspres child fares (two to 12 years old) at RM22 one-way and RM40 for a return trip is also being offered through the site.

AirAsia Bhd’s Head of Commercial, Spencer Lee said with this new partnership, AirAsia BIG members will earn 100 BIG points for the purchase of every KLIA Ekspres one-way adult ticket and 200 BIG points for a return adult ticket.

This AirAsia BIG Points offer is only available until Oct 20, 2017. Passengers can purchase the exclusive KLIA Ekspres fares through airasia.com under the Manage My Booking page. -- BERNAMA
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Touch 'n Go-Alipay JV to materialise by mid-2018
By LIDIANA ROSLI - October 3, 2017 @ 1:40pm

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KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Group Holdings expect to roll out its mobile payment platform with Alipay parent Ant Financial Services Group by June 2018.

Speaking to reporters on the second day of Khazanah Megatrends Forum 2017, CIMB Group chief executive officer Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz said all the necessary papers are now in place.

“We are towards finalising the approvals that we require for the necessary submissions. We are targeting to launch our Alipay products together with Touch ‘n Go Sdn Bhd (TnG) towards the middle of the next year,” he said.

He explained that the necessary approvals are mainly for the Malaysian consumers who are already using TnG.

“Right now, we (already) have tourists coming in from China whereby they can obviously use Alipay with us and some other banks. However, for Malaysian consumers, we will still need to get all the necessary approvals for TnG powered by AliPay by June next year.”

The group also revised its gross domestic product (GDP) growth projections for 2017 from the initial 4.9 per cent to 5.3 per cent.

“Yes, we have revised our GDP growth projections because the industry as a whole was pleasantly surprised by the good performance in the first half of the year,” said Tengku Zafrul.

“Now we have revised to 5.3 per cent for the whole year, previously it is around 4.9 per cent. That’s our house projectiona but personally I still feel that is still conservative,” he added.
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Sunway Construction wins RM2.17b LRT3 contract, the largest package so far
By AMIR HISYAM RASID - October 5, 2017 @ 6:58pm

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KUALA LUMPUR: Sunway Construction Group Bhd has bagged a contract worth RM2.17 billion for Light Rail Transit 3 (LRT3) project, boosting its outstanding order book to RM6.5 billion.

It also marks Sunway Construction’s largest single project in 36 years.

The contract is one of the largest packages in the RM9 billion LRT3, which stretches 37km.

Analysts previously said the project would benefit both small and large contractors.

Public transport operator Prasarana Malaysia Bhd had recently awarded a RM1.6 billion light rail vehicle package for the LRT3 to a consortium owned by CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive Co Ltd, Siemens Ltd China and Tegap Dinamik Sdn Bhd.

Sunway Construction said it had received a letter of award from Prasarana for the project.

Group managing director Chung Soo Kiong said with the award, Sunway Construction has exceeded its target order book replenishment of RM2 billion.

“The award brings our order book replenishment to RM3.75 billion for the year. Our total outstanding order book now stands at RM6.5 billion, the highest ever since our inception, with a high visibility for future earnings,” he said.

The scope of work which will take 36 months to complete includes 9.2km of viaduct work, construction of six stations and the design and building of an iconic cable-stayed bridge over Klang River.

Sunway Construction’s alignment starts at Kawasan 17 and ends at Taman Sri Andalas.

Additionally, the group will construct two park and rides at Pasar Besar Klang and Sri Andalas as well as a Centralised Labour Quarter at Johan Setia.

On other work prospect, Chung said it is now focusing on several projects under its parent company, Sunway Group’s development.
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