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Old April 21st, 2014, 10:16 AM   #1281
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If that's what you meant, then only the two LRT Lines and the upcoming MRT lines qualify. There are level crossings on the Komuter (not sure about the Port Klang Line, there are a few on the North-South Line).

While I'm not sure about the Ampang Line and the length of its platforms (very little experience riding those), the Kelana Jaya Line has already introduced four-car trains, matching the length of its platforms.
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Old April 21st, 2014, 12:35 PM   #1282
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The rationale for constructing the Klang Valley MRT lines

The new MRT lines are envisaged to radically enhance, improve, and transform Kuala Lumpur's otherwise poor and sorely inadequate public transportation coverage. It is said that they will increase Greater Kuala Lumpur's rail transit network from 15 km per million persons in 2010 to 40 km per million people upon their completion. Also, there will be a fivefold increase in rail ridership; Public transport usage in Klang Valley will increase from 18% in 2009 to over 40% by 2020.

I have to admit, Kuala Lumpur really is a growing city, and, not counting the commuter lines and airport links, those two "LRT" lines and a monorail are obviously not gonna be enough long-term. I applaud this move to develop those new MRT lines.
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Old April 21st, 2014, 07:19 PM   #1283
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Along with the MRT Lines, more to come

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Better to look at June2013 URDP Fig4.6 p43 (was Draft URDP Fig 4.7 p46). That shows Kelana Jaya. Then only look at that Google My Places maps.
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Also being looked into are other transit corridors, like one running along the Damansara-Puchong Expressway, and a monorail line for the administrative capital, Putrajaya. The ones in more extensive state of studies at the moment are, firstly an "LRT" line running from Klang to Kelana Jaya (effectively a new spur for the Kelana Jaya Line) via Shah Alam, and an extension of the KL Monorail further south.
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Old April 23rd, 2014, 03:24 PM   #1284
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I stand corrected. That said, the railway lines in Sabah aren't KTM owned are they?
Yup. Just to mention them because people often neglect them ...
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Old April 28th, 2014, 12:19 PM   #1285
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Old May 8th, 2014, 06:19 PM   #1286
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Kuala Lumpur airport rail link extended to KLIA2
08 May 2014

MALAYSIA: A 2·14 km extension of Kuala Lumpur’s airport rail link opened along with a new terminal for budget airlines on May 2.

The KLIA2 terminal replaces a previous facility which required passengers arriving at the airport’s main terminal by rail to change to a shuttle bus. Rail link concessionaire Express Rail Link is expecting a 40% increase in ridership following the opening of the extension.

While the stand-alone standard gauge rail link between Kuala Lumpur and the airport was developed under a design, build, finance and operate concession signed in 1997, the 100m ringgit cost of the extension to KLIA2 has been funded by the government to encourage the use of public transport.

The 3½ min transfer between the airport terminals by ERL costs 2 ringgit, while the fares from other ERL stations are the same to either terminal
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Old May 10th, 2014, 06:42 PM   #1287
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Kuala Lumpur airport rail link extended to KLIA2
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Old May 13th, 2014, 09:51 PM   #1288
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Some updates on the klang valley public transport expansion.



A Third LRT line from Kelana jaya to the Port city of Klang has completed its feasability study by the transport operator Prasarana which has been submitted to the Land Transport Commission(SPAD) and the Federal Governmemt for approval and funding. The chance of this project taking off is good and has been widely reported so by banking analysts since last year and if approved construction will begin in the first quarter of 2015 as the LRT2 extension and MRT Line 1 is completed by 2016 .

The cost will be RM9 billion/RM250million per km which is about US$3 billion for a new 30km line.

The LRT3 is speculated to start at Bandar Utama, passing through Kelana Jaya, Glenmarie, Shah Alam and ends at klang city. These mentioned stops are major satellite/suburban centres with several stations iin between. The station at Kelana Jaya is speculated to be in a different location in Kelana Jaya and not likely to be integrated with the Kelana Jaya line but it is expected to be connected to the MRT line 1 at Bandar Utama.

The expected rolling stock to be used is the Bombardier ART system similar to the Kelana Jaya line, but this is not confirmed and finalized yet.

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PETALING JAYA: National infrastructure company Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd has completed the feasibility study on the third light rail transit line (LRT 3) covering 36km from Bandar Utama in Damansara to Klang, estimated at RM9bil.

A source close to the matter revealed that Prasarana had submitted the study and recommendations to the Land Public Transport Commission (Spad) for the construction of the new LRT line recently.

“The Government is likely to give the go-ahead for the project as this line will cover some important areas of Selangor. It comes to RM250mil per km – all inclusive except for land acquisition cost,” he told StarBiz recently.

The feasibility study is now with Spad for review as well as approval.

“If approved, work could begin as early as the first quarter of next year,” said a source who also pointed out that the LRT 3 would start in Bandar Utama instead of Kelana Jaya as was previously speculated.

In Bandar Utama, the LRT will intersect the mass rapid transport system and go on to Centre Point before cutting across to Kelana Jaya.

“The Bandar Utama MRT station will be a transportation hub in that part of Selangor,” said the source.

Prasarana group managing director Datuk Seri Shahril Mokhtar was previously quoted as saying that Shah Alam was in dire need of the LRT service and it was acknowledged by the Government. He said the plan had been incorporated into the Klang Valley Public Transport Masterplan.

Some of the companies seen to stand a good chance to bid for jobs in the proposed LRT 3 are Trans Resources Corp Sdn Bhd (TRC). UEM Builders Bhd, Intria Bina Sdn Bhd, Sunway Holdings Bhd and Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB).

These are some of the companies that have major contract packages in the ongoing RM7bil Kelana Jaya and Ampang Lines LRT extension projects.

For the system work in the extension project, Prasarana has awarded a contract worth RM673.9mil to a joint venture (JV) led by UK company Colas-Uniway and Malaysia’s CMC Engineering Sdn Bhd (Colas-CMC).

The extension of the current LRT lines are on schedule and are progressing at 56%.

The Ampang line extension is set to begin from the Sri Petaling station, cutting through Kinrara and Puchong to end at Putra Heights, spanning 17.7km, with 13 new stations.

The Kelana Jaya extension, which begins from the Kelana Jaya station to Subang Jaya and USJ, will end at Putra Heights spanning 17km. It will also have 13 new stations.

All these developments are expected to improve Prasarana’s operating income, largely contributed by the LRT operations.

However, the recent increase in electricity tariff would lower the margin. Power takes up about 30% of Prasarana’s overall operating costs.

Shahril recently tweeted that Prasarana could build its own solar or wind-based power plant. Another matter affecting Prasarana’s operating income growth is the LRT tariff that has not been reviewed for 12 years despite escalating costs.

Nevertheless, as far as the construction sector is concerned, the new LRT 3 project, if approved, will give another shot in the arm for the sector as it is still not factored in yet.

Most research houses assigned an “overweight” call on the sector earlier this year, based on the strong support by the Government’s robust development programme to improve the land public transport system in Greater KL.

Maybank IB pointed out in a recent construction sector report that a slew of positive events which occurred since the beginning of 2014 had strengthened the construction work sector in the near as well as longer term.

“The positive newsflow includes major construction job awards such as the Project 3B (new coal-fired power plant in Jimah, Negri Sembilan) and the Langat 2 water treatment plant, the go-ahead for the Refinery and Petrochemicals Integrated Development and the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit Line 2.

According to the Statistics Department, the total value of construction work done in the first quarter of this year was RM25bil which showed 21.2% growth year-on-year.

Selangor continued to record the highest value of construction work done at RM5.97bil or 23.9% in the country, followed by the Federal Terrritory of Kuala Lumpur at RM4bil or 16% and Johor at RM3.99bil also 16% among other states.
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KL MONORAIL
EXISTING INTERCHANGE STATIONS
- KL SENTRAL STATION (KTM, LRT KELANA JAYA LINE, ERL)
- HANG TUAH STATION (LRT AMPANG LINE)
- TITIWANGSA STATION (LRT AMPANG LINE)

NEW INTERCHANGE STATION
- BUKIT BINTANG STATION (MRT KAJANG LINE)

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Something less fancy and sexy news compared to the LRT and MRT but adds value to public transport progress in car centric Klang Valley.

Petaling Jaya, a satellite city between KL and Klang has launched a free bus service consisting of ten Scania buses today. The buses will ply through the business and commercial centres of PJ , LRT and KTM Komuter stations and the the University of Malaya Medical Centre. This service mirrors the GOKl city bus in KL city centre and the Penang free shuttle bus which are also free services.

This service should improve connectivity within PJ city which was once a desirable suburban middle class city but is now choked with traffic due to its car centric layout. Its normal for each member of a middle class family household in PJ to have a car while lower income persons use motorcyles thanks to unreliable bus service while manufacturing plants in PJ contract buses to pick up and send home factory workers. While several LRT and Komuter stations are present in PJ, the problem of the last mile journey still discourage blue and white collar workers from using public transport daily unless their offices are very near to the stations,

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KTM KOMUTER
EXISTING INTERCHANGE/INTEGRATED STATIONS
- KL SENTRAL STATION (KTM, MONORAIL, LRT KELANA JAYA LINE, ERL)
- BANDAR TASIK SELATAN (LRT AMPANG LINE, ERL)
- PUTRA STATION (KTM)
- BANK NEGARA STATION (KTM)
- KUALA LUMPUR STATION (KTM)

NEW INTERCHANGE STATIONS (U/C)
- SUBANG JAYA (LRT KELANA JAYA LINE)
- SETIA JAYA (BRT SUNWAY LINE)
- SUNGAI BULOH STATION (MRT KAJANG LINE)
- KAJANG STATION (MRT KAJANG LINE)

FUTRE INTERCHANGE STATIONS
- KL ECO CITY STATION (LRT KELANA JAYA LINE)

SUNGAI BULOH STATION

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KAJANG STATION

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MRT KAJANG LINE ELEVATED STATIONS
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UNDERGROUND STATIONS
http://mymrt.com.my/en/project-updates
KL SENTRAL MRT STATION



PASAR SENI MRT STATION



MERDEKA STATION





BUKIT BINTANG MRT STATION



PASAR RAKYAT STATION





COCHRANE STATION



MALURI MRT STATION

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RapidKL gets 50 coaches for Ampang LRT route
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http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Commu...ang-LRT-route/



The new coaches are expected to enter service in 2015.

NEW LRT trains that are disabled-friendly and with other features for better passenger comfort, are expected on the Ampang route by the end of 2015.

Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd (SPNB) announced that it would be introducing 50 new LRT coaches, which cost RM1bil.

Elaborating on the new trains, SPNB project development group director Zulkifli Mohd Yusoff said the user-friendly coach design was developed based on passengers’ feedback.

“We have incorporated several new features that are not found in the first-generation Ampang line trains.”

“These include the end-destination display in the coaches, with an integrated dynamic route map.”



Malaysian journalists riding in the train on its test run.
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Malaysia mulls KL airport express extension
Thursday, May 29, 2014



MALAYSIA's Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) is to carry out a feasibility study into the extension of the 57km Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Express Rail Link (ERL) to Seremban and Malacca.

The project would extend the standard-gauge line 45km beyond the airport to Seremban and a further 50km to Malacca to give these cities a direct rail link to KLIA and the Klang Valley. The projected cost of the extension is around Ringgits 8bn ($US 2.49bn) including rolling stock.

On May 2 the line was extended 2.1km to serve KLIA Terminal 2, offering a 33-minute journey time between the terminal and KL Sentral station.

The ERL was implemented as a 30-year finance-build-operate-maintain concession and opened in 2002. Two types of service operate on the route. KLIA Ekspress trains run non-stop between KL Sentral and KLIA Terminal 1 at 15-minute intervals during peak hours and 20-minute intervals at off-peak times with a journey time of 28 minutes. KLIA Transit services operate every 20 minutes at peak times and every 30 minutes off-peak, calling at the intermediate stations Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya & Cyberjaya and Salak Tinggi with a journey time of 35 minutes.
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Completion of the First Kilometre Elevated Guideway starts from Taman Industri Sg.Buloh Station located in RRI (Rubber Research Institute) ending just before the 65m special span across Jln Sg.Buloh (heading towards Kota Damansara). The elevated guideway via a launching girder was completed in end Jan 2014, after four challenging months of ground coordination with station works. – Photo by MMC- GAMUDA
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MRT SUNGAI BULOH - KAJANG LINE
SPRINT HIGHWAY, KELAB GOLF PERKHIDMATAN AWAM


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SPRINT HIGHWAY, MEDAN DAMANSARA AND BUKIT DAMANSARA


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SPRINT HIGHWAY, MAAROF INTERCHANGE


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MRT SUNGAI BULOH - KAJANG LINE
UNDERGROUND STATION
MALURI MRT STATION


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PASAR RAKYAT MRT STATION


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BUKIT BINTANG MRT STATION


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MERDEKA STATION


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PASAR SENI MRT STATION


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KL SENTRAL MRT STATION


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