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Old February 20th, 2009, 02:38 PM   #321
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RapidKL’s Q-system has passengers lining up to board the buses
Monday February 23, 2009
By PRIYA MENON



Proper order: The Q-system requires
passengers to line up before boarding the bus.


WALKING along Jalan Sultan Mohd and Pasar Seni bus hubs used to be a trying experience for some, what with the high volume of human traffic in the area. However, things have take a turn for the better nowadays even if the facilities may not be at its best.

Both bus hubs service 20,000 passengers daily with more than 10 routes at Jalan Sultan Mohd and six routes at the Pasar Seni hub.

With more than 60 buses plying the routes and stationed at the Jalan Sultan Mohd and Pasar Seni hubs, chaos were once the order of the day with uncontrollable crowd and even cases of people falling off the buses in their haste to get into them.

As a solution to this predicament, the RapidKL introduced a Q-system on Nov 18, 2008.

The system that required passengers to line up before boarding the bus has reduced the number of accidents that arises from unnecessary pushing and shoving.

Traffic coordinators (TCs) are at hand to manage the crowd and ensure that they queue and wait for their turn to board the bus.

However, the disabled and elderly folk are given first priority to board the bus.

Passengers, who had been using the bus hubs for years applauded RapidKL’s new system.

“It is good that they have implemented the system. Now the older generation can take the public transport without any hassle,” Nursyafenaz Ariffin, 20, from Klang said.

Multimedia University (MMU) CyberJaya student, Lim Chia Syen, 20, who hails from Penang said that the system was very efficient.

“I use this hub every week and I think it’s very good that they have started this system. It’s good for everyone, “ he said.

RapidKL senior general manager for bus operations Zoolina Mohd Naim said that they would have to closely monitor the system first before introducing it to other locations.

“So far places like KL Sentral uses the system for two routes. Now we are thinking of Titiwangsa and are working with the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to implement it soon,” she said.

Each lane is divided for a different route. Some of the lanes have been cordoned off with a yellow barricade to ensure that passengers wait within the barricades.

Zoolina added that there were times the TCs and drivers had to deal with rude passengers, who thought that the TCs were too harsh and abrupt.

“It is not that we are rude or harsh but sometimes we have to shout in order to be heard above the noise in the hub,” she said.

Despite the efficacy of the Q-system, the bus hubs managed by the DBKL are still in need of facelifts.

The roof of the current bus stop is not wide enough to cater for the large number of passengers in the area.

“When it rains, the water from the roof splashes onto the passengers waiting outside the bus stop,” Mastura Sharuddin, 28, an accountant said.

She added that the DBKL should think of upgrading the hubs for the benefit of the people. RapidKL said they were working closely with the DBKL as well as other local councils to address certain issues related to their routes and hubs as well.
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The Kuala Lumpur monorail system in Malaysia opened 31 August 2003, and serves 11 stations running 8.6 km with two parallel elevated tracks. It connects Kuala Lumpur's main station KL Sentral with the "Golden Triangle". It was built for RM1.18 billion by KL Infrastructure Group Berhad (KL Infra) that holds a 40-year concession to operate the monorail. The system utilises permanently coupled 2-car trains, which are able to accommodate 158 passengers each during regular operations. The monorail carriages themselves were built by a Malaysian company.

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LRT passengers’ journey derailed after blackout halts Kelana Jaya line

The Star Online > Nation
Wednesday March 4, 2009

LRT passengers’ journey derailed after blackout halts Kelana Jaya line

By KNG ZHENG GUAN and RACHEL LAU


KUALA LUMPUR: Several LRT stations were jam-packed last night when thousands of commuters were stuck for more than an hour due to the RapidKL Kelana Jaya LRT service being halted by a power failure during a storm. Some commuters were stuck in trains and only reached their destinations hours later.

Student Lai Yoke Yan, 22, boarded the train at the Asia Jaya station to go to Wangsa Maju. The train stopped for 40 minutes at the Universiti station and another 40 minutes at the next station before it moved again. The doors opened and closed intermittently while the train was stuck at the stations and some passengers left.

“I was standing for such a long time that my legs felt weak. It took me two hours to reach my destination,” he said.

Tan Siew Lee, 21, who was travelling with Lai, said she felt very angry, disappointed and tired.

Accounts executive Wong Kok Jen, 25, was equally upset as he was rushing to get to a dinner appointment.

“The Putra LRT is supposed to be the fastest way to travel within the city,” Wong said. “Instead, it took me nearly two hours to get from Damai to Bangsar. Normally it takes just 15 minutes.”

When he boarded the train at Damai, it did not move for 15 minutes and when the door suddenly opened, he got out of the cabin and waited at the station for about an hour before the train became operational again.

He noticed that the lights at several stations along the way were not functioning.

“The commuters nearer to the platform were calm, but those further back were frustrated as they didn’t know what was going on,” said Mohd Solehen Yusof, 17, who works at a store overlooking the KL Sentral LRT platform.

The system failure was apparently caused by a power disruption at a substation near the Kerinchi station at 5.58pm.

“When this happened, what we did was to bring all trains to the nearest station while we rectified the problem,” said RapidKL CEO Suffian Baharuddin.

“Due to the power failure, massive passenger congestions were experienced at the LRT stations along the Kelana Jaya line and it took some time to clear this jam,” he added.

Power was restored gradually from 7.15pm and train service resumed in stages with service returning to normal at 7.47pm.

RapidKL will investigate the cause of the incident.
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KLIA Ekspres is a non-stop, airport rail link service between Kuala Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Malaysia. The service is run by Express Rail Link Snd.Bhd. which began its operations on 14 April 2002.



KLIA Transit is a rail service linking Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) operated by Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL). It shares the same tracks as the KLIA Ekspres but unlike the direct airport express service, KLIA Transit stops at three other stations.

Both KLIA Transit and KLIA Ekspres services are often reffered to by Malaysians simply as ERL.



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Old March 12th, 2009, 06:34 PM   #328
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Soil tests for Subang LRT
February 16, 2009

Initial soil testing has begun along the proposed route of the Subang Light Rail Transit (LRT).

Subang residents have been seeing earthworks being done along Persiaran Jengka and Persiaran Kewajipan over the past one week.

The tests are being conducted along Persiaran Jengka at SS17 and along the dividers between SS18 and SS14; and at the junction of Persiaran Kewajipan-USJ2.

Subang Jaya Municipal Council president Datuk Adnan Md Ikshan confirmed that the council had given permission to the contractors to carry out soil tests.

“They are just carrying out soil tests along the stretch.”

Asked if that was an indication that the LRT extension project had been given the green light, he replied: “The LRT project has not been approved yet.”

As announced last year when Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi tabled the Budget 2009 proposals, this new link will complement the existing LRT route from Kelana Jaya and connect with the Ampang line via Putra Heights and Puchong.

Twelve new stations along a 15km stretch will start from the Kelana Jaya station and pass through Subang to Puchong.
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More covered walkways for the comfort of commuters
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Passengers will no longer be exposed to the elements with the construction of more covered walkways linking Light Rail Transit and monorail stations to shopping centres and bus stations.

KUALA LUMPUR: Good news are in store for city folk, especially those who depend on the public transportation system.

Mayor Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ismail said yesterday that there would be more covered walkways linking shopping centres and Light Rail Transit (LRT) and monorail stations.

He said discussions would be carried out with Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd on the plan.

Prasarana is a wholly-owned government company under the Ministry of Finance Inc, which was set up to own the assets of selected public transport companies.


This is part of the government's initiative to restructure the urban public transport system in the Klang Valley.

"Be it sunny or rainy, the public can walk to the shopping centres as well as bus stops or stations instead of having to hail a taxi when they alight from the trains.

"We also agreed that we need more overhead pedestrian bridges.

"This is also to encourage people to 'park-and-ride' as there are about 1.2 million cars on the city's roads every day. We will sit together with Prasarana to work out the details," Fuad said at a meet-the-press session yesterday.

One example of a covered walkway is at the Mid Valley Megamall where a pedestrian bridge links the KTM Komuter station to the shopping centre.

There are also plans to have more four-car trains to accommodate the high volume of passengers during peak hours.

"We are ordering 35 more of such trains for the Kelana Jaya line.

Meanwhile, we are looking at ways to provide a more integrated service and we are working closely with City Hall on it," said Prasarana group managing director Datuk Idrose Mohamed, who was also present at City Hall.

Idrose said more details would be released next month.

He said there were currently around 400,000 people who use buses and 500,000 who commute by LRT.

On the proposals to extend the Kelana Jaya and Ampang LRT line, Idrose said the design and route had been identified.

But the company was waiting for input from City Hall including on the population size and volume of cars before construction could begin.

It has been reported that the Ampang line will be extended from Bukit Jalil to Puchong, heading towards Subang Jaya and linking up with the Kelana Jaya line.

This will involve 32km of double track.

There will be 24 new stations to add to the existing 49.
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Germans keen to run LRT in Selangor
Tuesday March 17, 2009

SHAH ALAM: A German company is interested in building, managing and operating a light rail transit (LRT) system in the state, Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said.

Khalid said he would be meeting the company’s representatives next week and that the company would also be making a presentation to the state’s exco on the proposed LRT project.

He said the deal was a win-win situation for both parties given the gloomy economic situation as some of the factories in Germany had to close.

Khalid said that besides helping to keep German factories open by using their products, the LRT project would create a better public transportation system in Selangor.

“We are looking at extending the LRT system to Klang, Kajang and Rawang,” Khalid told a press conference at the state assembly building here yesterday.

On the cleaning-up of the Klang River, Khalid said work would include sprucing-up the river from its source right up to the estuary.

“The Klang River can be used for transportation as well as both a tourist and leisure spot,” said Khalid, adding investors would be roped in for the development.

Earlier in the state assembly, Khalid said the initial estimated total cost for cleaning-up the river was about RM10bil, including for the removal of pollutants, dredging, preventing further pollution and maintaining water quality.
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KLIA Ekspres is a non-stop, airport rail link service between Kuala Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Malaysia. The service is run by Express Rail Link Snd.Bhd. which began its operations on 14 April 2002.



KLIA Transit is a rail service linking Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) operated by Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL). It shares the same tracks as the KLIA Ekspres but unlike the direct airport express service, KLIA Transit stops at three other stations.

Both KLIA Transit and KLIA Ekspres services are often reffered to by Malaysians simply as ERL.



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KLIA shuttle and rail link plan for new LCCT
Thursday March 19, 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: The Express Rail Link (ERL) train services are likely to be extended to the new low-cost carrier terminal that will be built by 2011.

Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Dr Aminuddin Adnan said they had been asked to consider extending the current ERL line to the new LCCT to cater for an increase in passenger load.

“If all goes well, we are planning to extend the KLIA Express and KLIA Transit lines right up to the new LCCT.

“We are also thinking of having a shuttle service between LCCT and KLIA that will likely run for 24 hours,” he told The Star.

Finance Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced recently that Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) would build and operate the new RM2bil LCCT near the KL International Airport.

On Wednesday, MAHB managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad said the new LCCT should be able to handle 30 million passengers annually, compared with the present 15 million.

He said the new LCCT, which was expected to be completed in the second half of 2011, would be near the main terminal and was at a “very good location.”

It is learnt that the new LCCT would be about 2km from KLIA.

The KLIA Express is a 28-minute direct train ride from KL Sentral to KLIA.

KLIA Transit currently leaves from KL Sentral but makes several stops along the way, including at Bandar Tasek Selatan, Putrajaya and Salak Tinggi before reaching KLIA. Both services end at 1am.

On ERL’s proposed bus shuttle service from Salak Tinggi to the current LCCT, Dr Aminuddin said they had completed their trial run and were now gathering data to determine the demand and feasibility of the service.

The bus shuttle service, he said, would enhance the transport service to LCCT and would cater more to passengers wanting an easy, convenient connection to LCCT via KLIA Transit.
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KTM Komuter is an electrified commuter train service first introduced in 1995, catering especially to commuters in Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding suburban areas. It is a popular mode of transportation for commuters working in Kuala Lumpur, as they can travel to the city without the hassle of traffic congestion. Coaches are modern and air-conditioned. For those who drive to the stations/halts, 'Park & Ride' facility is provided at a nominal charge.

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ERL, KL Monorail's Transfer Packages For F1 Fans
April 01, 2009 20:59 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, April 1 (Bernama) -- Express Rail Link (ERL) and KL Monorel are offering 'KLIA Transit Formula One Transfer Packages', in conjunction with the Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix.

ERL chief operating officer Dr Aminuddin Adnan said: "Getting fans to the circuit the faster way is what ERL knows best.

"Our hassle-free 'KLIA Transit F1 Transfer Packages' take fans on the KLIA Transit train from KL Sentral to KLIA."

From KLIA, coaches will shuttle them to the Sepang race track. The transfer takes only 50 minutes, without the hassle of traffic, he added.

"On top of that, we are also extending our operational hours on the last day (April 5) of the event to facilitate fans attending the closing concert in Sepang," he said in a statement Wednesday.

F1 Transfer Packages are priced at a promotional rate of RM120 per person for a three-day package (April 3-5) and RM80 for Race Day Package (April 5). The fares include a two-way, high-speed train ride on KLIA Transit, plying KL Sentral and KLIA, and a two-way coach shuttle bus between KLIA and SIC.

Beginning today, KL Monorail will make available the transfer packages at their respectative stations, namely, Bukit Nanas, Imbi, Raja Chulan, Medan Tuanku, Maharajalela, Bukit Bintang and KL Sentral.

ERL will sell its transfer package at KL Sentral, Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya/Cyberjaya and KLIA.

For fans who need to commute from within the city centre, this year's transfer package also offers additional free return trips on KL Monorail between KL Sentral and any monorail station.

For more information on its operation hours, the public could call ERL Customer line at 03-22678000 or log on at www.KLIAekspres.com.
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The fastest way to the F1 race
Thursday April 2, 2009

THE Express Rail Link (ERL) and KL Monorail are currently promoting the sale of KLIA Transit Formula One transfer package in various venues.

KL Monorail will make available these transfer packages at the following stations:

Bukit Nanas, Imbi, Raja Chulan, Medan Tuanku, Maharajalela, Bukit Bintang* and KL Sentral*.

ERL will sell these transfer packages in their stations: KL Sentral, Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya/Cyberjaya and KLIA.

ERL chief executive officer Dr Aminuddin Adnan said, “Getting fans to the circuit the fastest way is what ERL knows best. Our hassle-free KLIA Transit F1 Transfer Package takes fans on the KLIA Transit train from KL Sentral to KLIA.

“From there, dedicated coaches shuttle them right up to the Sepang race-track. All this in just 50 minutes, without the hassle of traffic, finding a good parking spot and the long wait to move out once the race is over. We are also extending our operational hours on the last day of the event to facilitate fans attending the closing concert in Sepang.”

These F1 transfer packages are priced at a promotional rate of RM120 per person for the three-day package and RM80 for the race-day package.

The fare includes a two-way high speed train ride on KLIA Transit plying between KL Sentral and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and a two-way coach shuttle between KLIA and SIC.

For fans who need to commute from within the city centre, the transfer package offers an additional free return trip on KL Monorail between KL Sentral and any monorail station.

For more information, fans may call ERL customer line at (03)-2267 8000 or log on www.KLIAekspres.com.

* F1 race tickets are available at these two stations, which will be manned by ERL staff.
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KL light rail on track for upgrade
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KUALA LUMPUR, April 9 — The first upgrade of Kuala Lumpur's urban transport network is set to take off, with two firms hired to come up with designs to extend the city's two light rail systems by 16km.

The government has set the firms an August deadline, after which construction work is expected to begin.

Sources said that two months ago, Syarikat Prasarana Negara, a government agency that oversees national urban transport, awarded design contracts to HSS Integrated and Minconsult, two of Malaysia's largest civil engineering consultancies.

The management side of the project is said to have been awarded to Opus, a state-owned company in the United Engineers group.

The contracts will kick-start Malaysia's largest infrastructure project in recent years - a RM6 billion job that should help reflate the country's shrinking economy.

In addition, another RM1 billion will be needed to buy additional rolling stock from Bombardier of France.

The funds are not part of the recently announced stimulus package — they are expected to be raised through a bond offer by Syarikat Prasarana.

The project stops short of an original plan that called for a new 40km line connecting the new suburb of Kota Damansara with Cheras, one of KL's oldest and most populated suburbs.

Sources said that this was probably due to budget constraints, as the new line was estimated to cost RM11-12 billion. Each extension will, instead, cost about RM3 billion.

HSS Integrated will do the design work on extending the Star line, which runs from Sentul in downturn KL to Desa Petaling to the south.

The extension will enlarge the network almost to Puchong, west of the city, where it will meet the Putra line, the extension of which is being designed by Minconsult.

Putra runs from Ampang in KL to Petaling Jaya to the west. The extension will take it to Subang Jaya and then around to Puchong. Each extension is expected to benefit more than a million people. — Business Times Singapore
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