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Old January 1st, 2005, 10:50 PM   #41
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So KTM Kommuter shares the railway tracks with the normal KTM intercity services?

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KTM Intercity and KTM Komuter run on different tracks...different entities...they have different platforms at KL Sentral..

I was kinda confused about the new electrified route Rawang to Ipoh.. is it part of KTM intercity non-electrified one???? So how about the southern route KL to Seremban?

KTM Komuter and KTM Intercity runs on the same track.

Yes...they have different platforms at KL Sentral because they are both different services. The tracks are then merged

The Electrification and Double Tracking project from Rawang To Ipoh is exactly gonna be the same as that of KL-Rawang, KL-Port Klang and KL-Seremban stretches. And the non-electrified Intercity does runs on the same track as the electrified ones when its operational.
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Old March 7th, 2005, 02:01 PM   #43
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Rapid KL, to operate public transport
November 2004



Within the next 18 month , Rapid KL will operate an integrated public transport system in the Klang Valley.
The government owned company will take over the services of Putraline and Starline LRT service , Intrakota and Cityliner bus services.
According to the Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop the four services make uo 65 percent of the Klang Valley’s public transport system. Rapid KL would be subjected to a key performance index (KPI) to ensure that services level are maintained.
Fast info : Rapid KL newly appointed COO : Ridza Abdoh Salleh for rail based services and Mohd Ali Mohd Nor for bus services.
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The new Mid Valley station

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KL sentral station





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RAPID KL Launches three more bus routes


Kuala Lumpur, 14th January 2005 - Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras Sdn Bhd today announced three extra bus routes beginning 17th January 2005.

The routes are 114, 124 and 91 offering frequency of 15 minutes. Route 91 is from Terminal Central Market to Terminal UIA at Universiti Islam Antarabangsa in Gombak. Buses are available from 5.45 am to 10.00 pm with a maximum fare of RM1.60. Route 124 and 114 both begin from Terminal Jalan Silang to Terminal Taman Maju Jaya and Terminal Cheras Flat respectively. Both routes will start from 6 am to 10.30 pm daily with the maximum fare of RM1.20.

Also recently launched is the RAPID KL Bus Pass. Encik Mohamad Ali said the sale of the cards are picking up and he would like to encourage more customers to purchase the Bus Pass for their convenience.

The Bus Pass for February will be on sale from 25th January 2005 until 7th February 2005. Refund for Fare Card will commence on 17 January 2005 at the following offices, namely Terminal Jalan Silang, Jalan Sultan Muhamad and Pejabat Tun Dr Ismail.

Ali also reminded all its customers that the Bus Pass is not applicable on PUTRALINE Feeder Buses.
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Dateline: 02/02/05
MONORAIL CUSTOMER SERVICE CAMPAIGN





In line with the ‘Budi Bahasa dan Nilai-Nilai Murni’ (Courtesy and Noble Values) nation wide campaign, launched recently by YAB Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on January 11, KL Monorail has launched its Customer Service Campaign which begins today.

This 1 month long Courtesy Campaign is one of KL monorail’s efforts to increase customer service satisfaction in its objective to increase ridership by 30% in 2005.

This campaign which involves all monorail employees will see the staff at their best. The staff will be constantly observed and monitored for their actions at all time so that they will develop into a courteous, helpful and friendly monorail staff. As one of the main transportation used by tourists traveling within the city, KL Monorail knows that its customer service plays an important role to create a good 1st impression for tourists in Malaysia.

The courtesy campaign will be held from time to time to ensure the best customer services can be achieved and sustained. The public is encouraged to convey their feedbacks and suggestions by dropping a note at the KL Monorail suggestion box placed at all 11 stations.

The KL Monorail is now into its 18th month of operation and hopes to foster a good relationship between monorail employees and its valued passengers. Since its operation in August 2003, KL Monorail has carried more then 15 million passengers and it operates from 6am to 12 midnight daily with 4 minutes train headway during peak hours.
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FIRST WEDDING ON KL MONORAIL



On Saturday 8 January 2005, Mr Kok Meng and Ms Shook Yeen will be married and the bridegroom has chosen to use the KL Monorail to fetch his bride who lives in Bukit Bintang. This will be the first time a wedding is held using the KL Monorail system.

At 10am, the wedding couples together with an entourage of about 20 members will arrive at Bukit Bintang Station (between Sungei Wang Plaza and Lot 10) to depart for the church ceremony near Maharajalela Station. To celebrate this special occasion, KL Monorail will arrange for a special train to ferry the bride and bridegroom and their friends and relatives. The entourage shall board the train at 10.15am and depart for Maharajalela Station.

En Bakhtiar Jamilee bin Haji Abdul, Managing Director of KL Monorail System will be on hand to congratulate the couple.

We would like to invite the press to share this special moment and interview the couple at Bukit Bintang Station. Photo opportunities will be available.
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ADDED SAFETY FEATURE TO KL MONORAIL
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27th January 2005


KL Monorail on the recommendation of its design engineers have added in a new safety feature to ensure that incidents like the Jan 21 mishap will not recur. This new safety measure, with a safety factor of 12 (ie 12 times the force or load expected), calls for the wheel housings to be secured with the inspection covers welded down.

The new feature approved by the Independent Checking Engineers, Mott MacDonald of Britain and the Department of Railways, Ministry of Transport, has been installed in all the trains put into service as from today.

KL Monorail have been able to undertake this improvement in such a short time because the trains are designed and manufactured with locally available expertise and resources provided by Monorail Malaysia Technology Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of MTrans Holdings Sdn Bhd.
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Joint Press Conference on the KLIA Transit F1 Transfer Package The fastest way to the F1 race
Thursday 10th March 2005



Kuala Lumpur City Air Terminal

Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd the concessionaire for the KLIA Transit services today announced that the company will be providing a special transfer package for F1 fans to attend the race this 18- 20 March 2005 at Sepang International Circuit.

“We are the fastest way to the F1 race, as we’ll be bringing you there on a high speed train and on a shuttle bus with a dedicated bus lane”, said Dr. Aminuddin Adnan, Chief Executive Officer of ERLSB. With an increased train frequency and up to 30 buses on race day, he was confident that passengers traveling from KL Sentral could reach SIC within 60 minutes.

Similar to last year, the packages are attractively priced at RM80 for three days and RM55 for the race day. The packages include return KLIA Transit tickets between KL Sentral and KLIA, and return shuttle bus services between KLIA and the circuit. The packages are already available for sale to the public at all KLIA Transit ticket counters. Besides KLIA Transit counters, the public may also purchase these packages from SIC sales outlets in KL Sentral.

SIC General Manager En. Ahmad Mustafa added, “We hope that the public will take advantage this great offer by KLIA Transit to attend the F1 race, as it is fast, convenient, and also helps reduce the traffic congestion leading to the circuit”.
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SUPER GRANNY... Even having four grandchildren and having served as a bus driver for 30 years does not stop Shamsiah Samah from continuing her job as a bus driver with RapidKL(Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras KL). Hats off to Shamsiah, 48, still being able to pour her deeds to Malaysians who wants to get to their destination. Shamsiah plies the route 25 Taman Dagang, Ampang and hopes to serve as long as health permits. On March 8, women all over the world celebrate International Women's Day.


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Starline's Touch n' Go console...
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AUTO RELOAD WITH TOUCH ‘n GO ZING CARD





Touch ‘n Go (TnG) cardholders can now look forward to uninterrupted convenience and peace of mind with the new Touch ‘n Go Zing (Zing) card, a new breed of TnG card with an inbuilt auto reload feature. To be issued on a bank-by-bank basis, Zing is available directly through participating banks to their existing and/or new credit card cardholders. It is a 2-card implementation where participating banks will issue a separate Zing linked to the bank’s respective cardholders’ credit card.

The Zing card will have a completely new design to differentiate it from the traditional TnG card, with the bank’s logo on the top right hand corner so cardholders can associate it with the respective issuing bank. While all Zing cards will have the same motif design, colour will be used to denote the participating bank.

Cardholders will be billed, through their credit card, for a one-time issuance fee of RM10, which is at the discretion of the respective issuing banks. The automatic reload will be triggered once the prepaid value drops to below the threshold amount of RM50 with the reloaded prepaid amount then debited to the user with a RM2 fee for each auto reload transaction.

Other than that, Zing works the same way as the traditional TnG card where all the user needs to do is touch the card at the TnG reader. For SmartTAG users, Zing can be slipped into the SmartTAG transponder and used as normal.
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