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Old February 28th, 2013, 01:18 AM   #1081
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Kuala Lumpur Metropolitan Mass Transit Map

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Current Mass Transit lines
TOTAL: 278.6 km, 115 stations
[1995] KTM Komuter Line 2 - Rawang-Seremban, 105km, 23 stations
[1995] KTM Komuter Line 1 - Batu Caves-Port Klang, 52km, 27 stations
[1995] RapidKL LRT1 (Ampang Line) - 27km, 25 stations
[2001] RapidKL LRT2 (Kelana Jaya Line) - 29km, 24 stations
[2002] ERL - 57km, 5 stations
[2003] KL Monorail - 8.6km, 11 stations





Lines under constructions
TOTAL: 87.84 km
[2017] MRT1 (Sungai Buloh-Kajang) 51km
[2015] LRT Ampang line extension (Sri Petaling-Putra Heights) 17.7km
[2015] LRT Kelana Jaya line extension (Kelana Jaya-Putra Heights) 17km
[2013] ERL extension (KLIA-KLIA2) 2.14 km
[2014] Upgrade KTM Komuter to metro system




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SOURCE: http://www.spad.gov.my/sites/default...10913-v1.0.pdf

- MRT LINE 2 (CIRCLE LINE) - 39km
- MRT 3 - 50km
- LRT LINE 3 (KLANG-SUBANG JAYA) - 23.5km
- KL MONORAIL EXTENSION - 8km
- BRT SUNWAY LINE
- PUTRAJAYA MONORAIL
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Old February 28th, 2013, 01:18 AM   #1082
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Sungai Buloh - Kajang MRT | Lenght: 51km | 31+3 stations |Completion: 2017



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MRT Underground Station
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Maluri MRT underground station



UPDATE: http://www.mymrt-underground.com.my/.../article?id=25

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Cochrane MRT underground station



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Pasar Rakyat MRT underground station



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Bukit Bintang Central MRT underground station



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Merdeka MRT underground station
http://www.mymrt-underground.com.my/.../article?id=21








Pasar Seni MRT underground station



UPDATE: http://www.mymrt-underground.com.my/.../article?id=20







KL Sentral MRT underground station



UPDATE: http://www.mymrt-underground.com.my/.../article?id=19

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MRCB keen on Klang Valley double-tracking project
SHAREN KAUR Published: 2013/03/06
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MALAYSIAN Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) has indicated its interest to the government to upgrade the Klang Valley double-tracking (KVDT) system at an estimated cost of RM5 billion, says sources close to the company.

A source told Business Times that the amount includes building a new 110km bypass line linking Serendah with Port Klang for around RM2 billion.

The balance RM3 billion is to upgrade the KVDT line from Rawang to Seremban and Port Klang to Sentul, involving 150km of double-tracking work, he said.

The KVDT system was built by Indian Railway Construction for Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) in the 1990s. The system began operations in 1995.

The source said the KVDT system is running on old technology and has not been upgraded since then, resulting in commuter train delays and accidents.

The source added that under the Economic Transformation Programme, the government wants commuter trains to run at 7.5 minutes interval instead of the current 15 minutes.

"With faster trains and shorter intervals, the infrastructure and the system, including signalling, electrification and communication, has to be upgraded."

It is understood that the government has not received an expression of interest for the KVDT system upgrade or the bypass line between Serendah and Port Klang from any party other than MRCB.

"For now, MRCB is seen as the likely party to land both the jobs without a fight. There is a possibility that IJM Corp Bhd, Loh & Loh Construction Sdn Bhd, UEM Group Bhd and DRB-Hicom Bhd would step in. If that happens, it would be a tough battle for MRCB as it lacks experience in railway development," said the source.

The upgrading of the KDVT system is important, especially for loss-making KTMB.

The double-track from Rawang to Seremban and Port Klang to Sentul offers an alternative mode of transport for commuters and helps alleviate traffic congestion on the Federal Highway (Kuala Lumpur-Petaling Jaya-Subang Jaya-Shah Alam-Klang).

The bypass line, meanwhile, is also important as it would help divert cargo traffic from the main KTM freight line between Rawang and Seremban, which is facing a bottleneck.
Double tracking to cost RM40b
By Sharen KaurPublished: 2013/03/11
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz2NBiiJEKg



Malaysia's electrified double track project (EDTP), meant to improve the passenger and cargo business, will cost some RM40 billion by the time the whole network is completed around 2020.

"The EDTP is an important development for Malaysia and is meant to benefit Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd and the public. The EDTP has created significant economic benefits for the country and new jobs," a government official told Business Times.

The official did not say whether the final estimated value takes into account cost overruns due to project delays.

The EDTP spans around 1,000km across Peninsular Malaysia from Padang Besar to Johor Baru. The tracks are electrified and equipped with a signalling and telecommunication system.

Since 1995, some RM9 billion has been invested in the EDTP.

These include around RM2 billion to build a 150km line between Rawang and Seremban in 1995 and RM650 million for the 7.5km Sentul-Batu Caves line, which was completed in 2010.

The Sentul-Batu Caves line cost 55 per cent more than the RM420 million bid agreed in 2003 as there were delays.

The 179km Rawang-Ipoh line, which was completed in 2007, cost about RM6 billion, which was more than the original budget of RM4.5 billion. The cost overrun occurred because it was poorly managed.

The ongoing stretches are the Seremban-Gemas line, which is being built by India's Ircon International Ltd involving 102km for around RM3.5 billion, and the Ipoh-Padang Besar line involving 329km which is being built by MMC-Gamuda JV. The RM12.9 billion Ipoh-Padang Besar line is to be completed by next year.

According to the Auditor-General's Report 2011, the cost for the Ipoh-Padang Besar line had increased by RM3.61 billion due to land acquisition and compensation for squatter relocation, among others.

The final link to the EDTP is from Gemas to Johor Baru, covering 195km. This line, was has not been awarded, will cost RM8 billion to 10 billion.

"Rail transport currently has a market share of just three per cent compared to road transport, which is almost 90 per cent. This is a far cry compared with developed countries, where the rail share is about 30 per cent to 35 per cent.

"Rail is becoming an important mode of transport and that is why the government is emphasising on new developments, like the high-speed rail and mass rapid transit," the official said.
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Sungai Buloh-Kajang MRT line construction update (28/3/2013)

Kajang

KTM station





KPJ Hospital Kajang (near future Saujana Impian station)



Cheras

Near Tesco Kajang, between future Taman Bukit Mewah and Leisure Mall stations







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Bombardier Advanced Rapid Transit Mark II, 4-car, 67 metres long on RapidKL Kelana Jaya line

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Old April 7th, 2013, 09:48 AM   #1093
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The MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line
Sungai Buloh Depot And Centralised Labour Quarters
http://www.mymrt.com.my/projectUpdatesInfo.html







RUBBER RESEARCH INSTITUTE





TAMAN TUN DR ISMAIL (LDP INTERCHANGE)



TAMAN TUN DR ISMAIL (JALAN DAMANSARA)



TAMAN TUN DR ISMAIL (FORMER CALTEX PETROL STATION)
Glomac Damansara is in progress behind



SPRINT HIGHWAY (SEKSYEN 16)





SPRINT HIGHWAY (MEDAN DAMANSARA)



SPRINT HIGHWAY (MAAROF INTERCHANGE)



CHERAS BATU SEMBILAN



KAJANG (JALAN REKO)



SEMANTAN PORTAL







PASAR SENI MRT STATION



PUDU SHAFT



BUKIT BINTANG



PASAR RAKYAT

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COCHRANE STATION AND LAUNCH SHAFT











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Good progress
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Good to see some progress on the MRT line
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Old April 9th, 2013, 06:02 PM   #1097
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Very nice update. Very curious to see what the area around McDonalds will look like once construction of the new MRT line has been completed.
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Very nice update. Very curious to see what the area around McDonalds will look like once construction of the new MRT line has been completed.
It may look like this when it is completed.

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Almost 360 degree view of Kuala Lumpur from KL Tower, with rail lines being marked in colours. It looks amateurish as I did it via MS Paint, however it serves the purpose of showing the existing rail lines in the city.









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Ampang line extension, Puchong update (14/4/2013)

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Site of the future station of the extension, near Tesco



Section between IOI Mall and Tesco



Section beside temple and near the Tamil school (apology for the photo quality as the phone camera did not react fast enough)

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