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Old December 24th, 2017, 07:34 AM   #2261
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KUALA LUMPUR - City of supertalls yet still the world's tallest twin towers city!



Public transport to the projects
1. Merdeka MRT SBK Line station
2. KLCC LRT KJ Line station
3. Conlay MRT SSP Line station
4. KLCC LRT KJ Line station
5. TRX MRT SBK/SSP Line station
6. Raja Chulan Monorail line station
7. KLCC LRT KJ Line station
8. Hang Tuah LRT Ampang line/Monorail line station
Actual transit line in CBD

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We really need to connect the neighborhoods surrounding the golf club to the transport network.
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Old December 26th, 2017, 03:35 PM   #2263
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LINE 12 - MRT SSP LINE


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SSP line at Bandar Malaysia north Station. Tunnelling works taking place in KL soon
Progress of the project by https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk6kGwpXJJI

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HIGH SPEED RAIL LINE IN KUALA LUMPUR
Along Seri Kembangan


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Along Bandar Tasik Selatan


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LINE 12 - MRT SSP LINE @previously The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF)'s Sungai Besi Air Base

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City skylines from Bandar Malaysia. The Bandar Malaysia South MRT construction site is getting busier.

HSR Terminus @previously The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF)'s Sungai Besi Air Base

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LINE 12 - MRT SSP LINE


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Malaysia enters new era for more efficient transportation network
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KUALA LUMPUR: With the introduction of the e-hailing system legislation for ride-sharing services and the government's initiatives to extend and upgrade existing public transport, Malaysia's transportation industry in 2017 has rapidly evolved from what it was a year ago, to introduce a new era for a more efficient transportation network.

Since 2010, the government has been continuously working hard to enable the public to enjoy a world-class public transportation system by incorporating the latest technology in the facilities offered.

After a few years of being deemed as illegal for operating without the licence to ferry passengers, both Uber and GrabCar can now operate legally following the Dewan Rakyat's move to pass the e-hailing services Bill in July 2017, enabling the government to regulate the service operators.

Under this new law, e-hailing drivers are required to go through health checks, periodic inspection of their vehicles and display security cards of the Land Public Transport Commission, while the Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board regulate drivers in Sabah and Sarawak based on the same requirements imposed on conventional taxi drivers.

By offering up to 20% cheaper fares compared to regular taxi fares, Uber and GrabCar had no difficulty in gaining the public's favour, and the introduction of the services had revolutionised the local public transport industry and created economic opportunities for many Malaysians.

Unsurprisingly, this had negatively affected the ecosystem of taxi drivers and taxi operators and raised concerns in the local taxi industry.

However, Malaysia Institute of Road Safety Research Director General, Prof Dr Wong Shaw Voon, said the e-hailing concept would not kill the taxi industry as the services were part of the taxi industry too.

"The government had legalised it to create a single platform for Uber, GrabCar and taxis to operate under the same authority, so that the public can have better services, going forward," he said.

Meanwhile, the launch of the Mass Rapid Transit Sungai Buloh-Kajang's (MRT SBK) second phase from Semantan to Kajang on July 17, 2017 was marked as a real game changer in the train services, transforming the economic generation and lifestyle of Malaysians and tourists alike.

Speaking at the launch, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak said the completion of the SBK line, which was the first among the three-line Klang Valley MRT system, was at the top of his priority list as he noticed that Klang Valley residents badly needed a modern, efficient, reliable and safe mode of public transportation.

Phase two of the MRT SBK consists of 19 stations between Semantan and Kajang, and the whole journey takes about 86.3 minutes, with fares ranging from RM1 to RM6.40.

Prasarana (M) Bhd had also deployed 80 MRT feeder buses with 23 routes spanning 255km together with the launch of the MRT SBK Phase two.

Depending on traffic conditions, the frequencies of the buses are between 10 and 15 minutes, making it easier for commuters living around the line and attract at least 200,000 ridership daily.

MRT's second line which connects Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya is targeted to be fully completed in 2022, with 37 stations along the 52.2km route.

The alignment is expected to reach 19% by year-end, with tunnelling works to begin in the first quarter of next year.

Meanwhile, the MRT Line 3 (MRT3) will improve connectivity by linking with the existing urban rail network and will boost economic activity and become a catalyst for development, said MRT Corporation Sdn Bhd's Director of Strategic Communication and Stakeholder Relations, Datuk Najmuddin Abdullah

MRT3 is also known as the MRT Circle Line as it will encircle Kuala Lumpur along 40km, stretching 30km underground with a total of 26 stations. Its construction is expected to kick-off in 2019.

Najmuddin said the decision to switch the MRT Line 3 (MRT3) project delivery structure to a turnkey model from a project delivery partner could help save billions of ringgit.

"The tender process for MRT3 contractor is ongoing and we expect to award the tender in the first quarter of 2018," he told Bernama.

In Budget 2018, tabled on Oct 27, Najib announced that MRT3 would be completed in 2025, two years earlier than the expected completion date of 2027.

The MRT, which connects the existing 285km Kuala Lumpur urban rail involving the Light Rail Transit (LRT), monorail and Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd's commuter service, will accelerate the nation's economic growth.

The government's initiative in developing reliable and sustainable land public transport system continues with the LRT Line Extension project (LRT3), consisting of 26 stations, spanning a distance of 37km.

Set to complete in August 2020, the RM9 billion LRT3 project is expected to serve 74,000 commuters daily between Bandar Utama and Johan Setia, Klang, said Prasarana (M) Bhd.

However, following the development of the LRT3, the government has decided to discontinue the Kuala Lumpur-Klang Bus Rapid Transit as it overlaps with the LRT3 routes.

The decision was announced by Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri, on Nov 28, 2017 who noted that the cancellation was made following a detailed observation on the project's proposal and after taking into account other public infrastructure projects in the greater KL and Klang Valley.

Meanwhile, on the development of the 350km long KL-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR), the designs of its seven stations, namely Bandar Malaysia, Bangi-Putrajaya, Seremban, Malacca, Muar, Batu Pahat and Iskandar Puteri, have been unveiled along with a public inspection exercise from Nov 1, 2017 to Jan 31, 2018.

The 300kph HSR is eagerly awaited by many Malaysians, especially those living near the lines, and is expected to boost connectivity and accelerate the development of the southern region.

With the assertion that the transportation projects are on track and completed under-budget, the success of these projects, culminating from years of hard work, mirrors the government's commitment to revolutionise urban transport despite economic challenges such as the weaker ringgit and declining oil prices.

The Malaysian transportation infrastructure ranked 11th among 138 countries in the latest World Economic Forum Global Competitive Index 2016-2017 Report, in recognition of the country's transportation infrastructure quality.

This is good news for Malaysia.

While many Malaysians condemn the government for what is lacking in the country's public transportation system, many of its Southeast Asian neighbours are in awe and have it even worse.

Going forward, considering Malaysia's inspiration to become a world-class economy in 2020, people can expect this current decade to witness an acceleration of construction activities, particularly on projects that can boost the country's infrastructure and utility services in order to keep up with the growing demand from the public.

This includes the East Coast Rail Link, West Coast Expressway, Klang Valley Double Track, LRT3, MRT2, MRT3 and the Pan Borneo Highway projects, which are in the pipeline and under construction. — Bernama
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LINE 14 - PUTRAJAYA MONORAIL

FT minister: Integrated public transport hub planned for Putrajaya
Monday December 11, 2017
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PUTRAJAYA, Dec 11 — There is a plan to improve the public transport system in Putrajaya towards creating an integrated land public transport hub in this sprawling federal administrative capital in future.

Federal Territories Minister, Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said the plan would take into consideration the proposal to increase the bus express services from other parts of the peninsula, Singapore and Thailand to Putrajaya so as to bring in a diversity of visitors from various destinations.

“There is also the plan to review the proposed introduction of monorail and tram services in Putrajaya after this so that the residents here will choose public transport as a mode to move around. In its early days of establishment, Putrajaya had only about 15,000 residents but the number has now reached over 80.000.

“Therefore, several matters should be looked at again to improve the public transport system in Putrajaya,” he said at the signing of an agreement on the acquisition of Pengangkutan Awam Putrajaya Travel & Tours (PAPTT) Sdn Bhd shares between Putrajaya Leisures and Services (Pulse) Group Sdn Bhd and Konsortium Bas Ekspres Semenanjung (M) (KBESM) Sdn Bhd, here, today.
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LINE 12 - MRT SSP LINE


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LINE 12 - MRT SSP LINE CONNECTIONS
Underground

Line 1 Kampung Batu station
Line 2 Kepong Sentral station
Line 2 Sungai Buloh station
Line 3 Titiwangsa station
Line 3 Chan Sow Lin station
Line 4 Titiwangsa station
Line 4 Chan Sow Lin station

Line 4 Sungai Besi station
Line 5 Ampang Park station
Line 7 Putrajaya Sentral station
Line 8 Titiwangsa station
Line 9 Kwasa Damansara station
Line 9 Tun Razak Exchange station
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LINE 13 MRT CIRCLE LINE

MRT Corp appoints Zohari Sulaiman as MRT3 project director
January 3, 2018 @ 4:38pm
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KUALA LUMPUR: Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Corp has appointed Datuk Zohari Sulaiman as the project director of the MRT Circle Line, the third line of the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) project.

MRT Corp chief executive officer Datuk Seri Shahril Mokhtar said Zohari’s vast experience and knowledge in the rail industry would be an advantage for the project as it expands further into the third line without the role of Project Delivery Partner (PDP) this time.

“Zohari has been in the industry for more than 36 years. His extensive background in rolling stock engineering, maintenance, refurbishment, technical safety as well as his experience in the heavy rail and light rail operations would be vital as the MRT network further expands in Klang Valley,” he said in a statement.

Shahril said this vast experience was a great asset as the MRT Circle Line would be developed based on the turn-key project model and this would require MRT Corp to have direct supervision of the construction as well as safety of the project.

Previously, the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang (SBK) Line and the MRT Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line were carried out by Project Delivery Partners directly supervising the construction of the elevated sections of the projects.

Prior to joining MRT Corp, Zohari was chief executive officer of Rapid Rail Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Prasarana Malaysia Bhd.

During his stint in Rapid Rail, Zohari had first-hand experience with the KVMRT Project as Rapid Rail was the operator of the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line of which construction was completed in July 2017.

In Prasarana, Zohari had also held the position of CEO of Prasarana Rail and Infrastructure Projects Sdn Bhd (PRAISE), where he was responsible in the development of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and Line Extension Project (LEP) for Ampang/ Sri Petaling Line and Kelana Jaya Line.

Prior to heading the division, he was the group director and chief executive officer of Rapid Bus Sdn Bhd.

Zohari began his career in the railway industry when he joined Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd in 1982.

In 1995, Zohari joined Sistem Transit Aliran Ringan Sdn Bhd (STAR-LRT) where he was part of the team that operated the first LRT system in Malaysia, now known as the Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines. At STAR-LRT, he implemented operations and engineering training.

A year later he joined Projek Usahasama Transit Ringan Automatik Sdn Bhd (PUTRA-LRT) where he became General Manager of Engineering. PUTRA-LRT was subsequently taken over by Prasarana in 2002 and was renamed the Kelana Jaya Line.

Zohari holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of John Moores, Liverpool, United Kingdom. He is a Professional Engineer registered with the Board of Engineers Malaysia.

He currently holds various memberships in a number of organisations, namely Corporate Member of the Institution of Engineers Malaysia; Fellow of the Permanent Way Institution (UK) and Chartered Member of the Institute of Logistics & Transport (M).
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LINE 13 - MRT CIRCLE LINE CONNECTIONS

Line 1 Bandar Malaysia station
Line 1 Sentul station
Line 2 Eco City station
Line 3 Ampang station
Line 3 Sentul East station
Line 4 Sentul East station
Line 4 Salak Selatan station
Line 5 Jelatek station
Line 5 Abdullah Hukum station
Line 7 Bandar Malaysia station
Line 9 Taman Midah station
Line 9 Bukit Kiara station
Line 12 Sentul West station
Line 12 Bandar Malaysia station
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Bike'N Ride @LRT1 (line3, line 4), LRT2 (line 5)
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Pedal power: Members of Prasarana’s bicycle team using the LRT during the launch of the Bike & Ride programme at the Bandaraya station. — Bernama

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The cyclists also need to enter the trains from specific doors at each station. For the Kelana Jaya Line (line 5), they can only board the four-car trains and not the two-car trains

Among the guidelines for the programme are that each bicycle should be no more than 200cm long and 120cm high, clean and free from mud and grease, and not ridden inside the trains and stations at any time.

Cyclists should enter and exit through the wide-aisle gate and be extra cautious not to bump into other passengers when boarding or leaving.

Furthermore, the cyclists will be held responsible for any damage caused, with Rapid KL having the right to refuse entry to those with permitted bicycles if it could cause inconvenience to other passengers or affect train operations.
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LINE 11 - LRT3 BANDAR UTAMA-KLANG-JOHAN SETIA

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Between Glenmarie to Stadium Shah Alam, quite an activity happen between this stretch. Multiple point of barricade with soil inspection drill being conduct can be seen.
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Stadium Shah Alam station, the parking lot barricade already up.
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LINE 11 - LRT3 BANDAR UTAMA-KLANG CONNECTIONS
Open 2021

Line 2 - Klang station
Line 5 - Glenmarie station
Line 9 - Bandar Utama station
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LINE 12 - MRT SSP LINE (PHASE 1: OPEN 2021)
Conlay underground station

CONLAY STATION – SEP 17 by Kvmrt Mmcgamuda, on Flickr

Kampung Baru North underground station

KAMPUNG BARU NORTH STATION – SEP 17 by Kvmrt Mmcgamuda, on Flickr

Ampang Park underground station

AMPANG PARK STATION – OCT 17 by Kvmrt Mmcgamuda, on Flickr

KLCC East underground station

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Line 1 - KTM Komuter Seremban Line

Batu Caves station by Howard Pulling, on Flickr
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Line 8 - KL Monorail

KL Monorail by Colin Cronin, on Flickr
Seat arrangement quite unique in this monorail #Malaysia #KualaLumpur #KL #travel #travelbug #instatravel #ig_travel #wanderlust #traveling #instapassport #traveler #netgeotravel #travelphoto #lifestyle #streetphoto #globaltrotter #solotravel #traveladdi by Yew Kwang Lim, on Flickr
KL Monorail 2208, Titiwangsa by Howard Pulling, on Flickr

https://www.flickr.com/photos/klybmy91/26957650831/
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