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Old June 7th, 2011, 08:29 AM   #861
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Sg Buloh-Kajang MRT lines Project under Klang Valley National Key Economic Area (NKEA)
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KUALA LUMPUR: The much-awaited first Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line from Sungai Buloh to Kajang will begin service in 2017, a month after it is expected to be completed.

However, the final alignment for the line has yet to be finalised as Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad is still holding public displays until May 14.

Its project manager Zulkifli Yusof said Prasarana is taking into account all suggestions and comments from the public.

“We are collecting the suggestions and will submit a report to the Land Public Transport Commission for the final decision on the track alignment and station locations,” he said at media briefing yesterday.

Zulkifli said they also hoped to be able to get the final railway scheme for the Sungai Buloh to Kajang line approved next month.

He said more than 6,000 comments had been received and the majority are positive and valuable suggestions, which would be useful and important. Zulkifli said they had briefed residents and business owners on the project over the past two months.

“Usually residents and business owners worry their land or building may be acquired for the project,” he said, adding that residents had a clearer picture of the project after attending dialogue sessions.

He said mitigation measures such as minimising the noise level had been submitted to the Department of Environment (DOE).

“DOE has approved all our mitigation measures and when work begins at the site, its officers will monitor and check if we are complying with the Environmental Management Plan,” he said.

Prasarana would hold a ground-breaking ceremony on July 8, if all goes according to plan.

Tenders for the works would only be called at the end of June and the contract awarded in November.

“That will be the first contract awarded for the MRT project, so you will see some work being carried out somewhere in November or December,” he said.

The first tender, he said, was for the elevated section which covers some 40km from Maluri to Plaza Phoenix.

Subsequently, tenders for different packages, such as civil works, system works, stations and underground works will be ongoing from June till the end of 2012.

“We have yet to determine the final project cost but it will be about five times more if we have to change elevated sections to underground,” he said on the possibility of having more stretches where the lines run underground.

Zulkifli added that Prasarana would definitely have sufficient time to reconfigure the alignment of the underground stations if needed as the tunnelling works would only start in December.
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91% support for MRT project
Wednesday June 8, 2011
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THE Klang Valley MRT (KVMRT) Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line concluded its public display of the railway scheme at seven locations in the Klang Valley with a 91% support for the project.

The public display, which ran for three months beginning Feb 14, registered more than 6,000 comments and suggestions from various channels, including feedback forms, logbooks, emails, helpline and letters.

The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) which led the public display, was encouraged by the strong attendance and show of support by the public.

“Public participation and feedback are important to us.

“Over the past three months, we have received more than 6,000 responses with an overall, 91% public support towards implementation of the KVMRT Sungai Buloh–Kajang line,” said SPAD chief executive officer Mohd Nur Kamal.

“We’re glad to see this, because it means the public has been objective towards this project from the very beginning.

“Through the various stakeholder engagements that we have organised, we have seen the majority are in support of the KVMRT project.

“When we studied the objections, they were mostly connected to the proposed alignment and environmental issues, which we are now being looked into,” he added.

“SPAD in its role as the regulator of public transport and supervising authority for the KVMRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang project is now analysing all public feedback.

“We will be presenting the findings to the Government to ensure that the project owners deliver a MRT line that will meet the aspirations of a cost-efficient, convenient and socio-economically beneficial public transportation system.

The public display was held at seven locations for three months from Feb 14 to May 14.
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Rail passengers to buy just one ticket from Nov 30 for Monorail and LRT
By JASTIN AHMAD TARMIZI Wednesday June 15, 2011
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COMMUTERS on LRT and KL Monorail need just one ticket from Nov 30 when the new Integrated Ticketing System (ITS) is introduced by its operator Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (Prasarana).

Prasarana group managing director Shahril Mokhtar said the new RM115.2mil system, which is referred to as the Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) would only require commuters to buy a single ticket for all three rail services — the Kelana Jaya Line, Ampang Line and the Monorail Line.

“There will be no more queuing to get two or three sets of tickets but just one that will allow for a more convenient and faster travel,” he told reporters at the Bukit Jalil LRT station.

He said Prasarana’s next target would be to incorporate the system with its RapidKL buses and later with KTM Komuter.

Under the ITS system, commuters can buy a Contactless Smart Card (SCS) for stored value tickets and passes.

The system would also allow customers to buy and reload their tickets online, eliminating queuing at ticket vending machines and counters.

Prasarana will be also introducing loyalty points to reward customers.

“As of today, the system is in place at four LRT stations — Taman Paramount and Abdullah Hukum for the Kelana Jaya Line, Sultan Ismail and Bukit Jalil stations for the Ampang Line. It is on schedule and the project is 62% completed,” said Shahril.

AFC project manager Abdul Hamid Abdullah said the pilot project involving the four stations would start next month and they would proceed to implement the new system in the following months.

“By September, we will have a parallel run of the old and new systems and commuters can choose to use the new or old system. Then in November hopefully we will be on the new AFC system,” he said.

Installed by a joint venture Malaysian-Spanish company INDRA-IRIS AFC Consortium (IIAC), the new system comprises new automatic gates, ticket-vending machines, passenger service machines, mobile validators, station computer system, central computer system initialisation machines and personalisation machines.

Shahril said the current system was obsolete and Prasarana was finding it difficult to get spare parts.

“We cannot install new gates in view of the rising number in commuters. The current system also cannot support an intergrated ticketing system and more importantly it could not support the current ridership,” said Shahril.

He added that the current ridership for all three rail services was 400,000 daily.

“We aim to push an average of half a million passengers daily next year. We also aim to incorporate the new system with KTM Kommuter in the near future,” added Shahril.
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Centrally located Puduraya Bus Terminal serves north-bound long-distance buses to destinations like Cameron Highlands, Penang and Hadyai. Puduraya was reopened in April 2011 after a complete make-over.

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New ticketing systems in Kuala Lumpur
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KUALA LUMPUR: Commuters on the light rail transit (LRT) and KL Monorail would only require a single ticket to travel with the introduction of the new Integrated Ticketing System (ITS) by Syarikat Prasarana Berhad (Prasarana).
Prasarana group managing director Shahril Mokhtar said under the RM115.2 million system, commuters need only a single ticket in the form of a smart token to use the above services.

"The new system will be introduced beginning July 5 to replace the old system which frequently malfunctioned. Finding spare parts for the system was also difficult."

"Commuters can also opt for either the Touch 'n Go or Rapid pass when the new system called Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) is operational. The old automated gate system will be removed by Nov 30.

"There will be no more hassle of buying different tickets when changing (LRT or monorail) lines. One ticket will allow commuters to travel under the new system that uses a single token for one journey," said Shahril.

He added that AFC would be fully implemented in November and will be linked with RapidKL buses and KTM Komuter.

Shahril said the system has already been installed in the Taman Paramount, Abdullah Hukum, Sultan Ismail and Bukit Jalil stations.

He also said that the company expects to enjoy better revenue with the implementation of the new system which also offers better monitoring.

During the briefing, AFC project manager, Abdul Hamid Abdullah said the new system would also allow customers to purchase and re-load their tickets on its website www.prasarana.com.my.

"The new system eliminates the inconvenience of queuing to purchase tickets." said Hamid.
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RAPIDKL, a subsidiary of Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (Prasarana), will be introducing a new paperless ticketing system on RapidKL buses which operates on the Touch ‘n Go concept.

The new system will be introduced in stages, starting tomorrow, with the buses plying Putra Perdana, Puchong, Jalan Klang Lama and Subang, and will be fully installed in all buses by March 26.

Prasarana Bus Division group director Datuk Mohamed Hazlan Mohamed Hussain said the new ticketing system was aimed at providing a faster and more efficient public transport service, improving the passengers’ comfort and safety and creating a flexible and integrable payment system.

The ticketing system requires customers to use a Transit Card for fare payment.

The card operates via the Touch ‘n Go e-purse platform.

The purchase of each Transit Card includes a RM2 deposit that is refundable upon return of the card at designated bus hubs.

Passengers can buy and reload the cards in the buses.

On how the system works, Mohamed Hazlan said: “When a passenger swipes the Transit Card on the scanner upon boarding the bus, the maximum fare for the route will be deducted from the card.

“When the passenger alights from the bus, the passenger has to swipe the card again for the actual fare to be deducted, and the balance will be returned into the card.

“The system’s built-in Global Positioning System (GPS) allows for accurate fare deduction based on passenger origin and destination.

“The new ticketing system also accepts normal Touch ‘n Go cards. The Transit Card can also function as a normal Touch ‘n Go card, and is accepted at all Touch ‘n Go service providers, except tolled highways,” he said.

Hence the Transit Card can also be reloaded at ATM machines, convenience stores and other locations with Touch ‘n Go reload facilities.

It is also integrated and can be used for monorail, LRT, and park- and-ride facilities operated under RapidKL.

“The Transit Card allows for multi-boarding (of more than one passenger), but the cardholder is required to inform the bus driver to facilitate this transaction,” said Mohamed Hazlan.

“RapidKL is offering concession cards for primary and secondary school students, senior citizens and the disabled.

“Those who are eligible for concession cards can submit their applications along with their photo ID,” he said.

“The ticketing system will be installed in the 1,090 buses in our fleet as well as the 450 new ones that we have ordered. Each bus is equipped with three card readers.”

Mohamed Hazlan said RapidKL planned to phase out the existing cash payment system when most passengers had migrated to the new ticketing system.

On what happens if a passenger forgets to swipe his card upon alighting from the bus, Mohamed Hazlan said he would lose his balance refund but the card would not be affected.

During the transition phase from Feb 27 to May 31, RapidKL is offering a 20% discount on bus fare, including concession fares.

For more information, contact RapidKL at 03-7885 2585, @MyRapidKL on Twitter or visit www.myrapid.com.my.
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