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Old February 2nd, 2016, 03:33 PM   #1621
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AIRPORT RAIL LINK
KLIA-KLIA2-SUBANG SKYPARK



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SELANGOR & GREATER KUALA LUMPUR
GATEWAY TO MALAYSIA
KLIA


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KLIA2



Subang Skypark


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KLIA2 STATION

KLIA STATION

SUBANG SKYPARK STATION

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KTM KOMUTER EXTENSION TO SUBANG AIRPORT
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Old February 9th, 2016, 06:53 AM   #1628
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Integrated Transport Terminal - Bandar Tasik Selatan
BANDAR TASIK SELATAN TRANSPORT HUB

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Award-winning solution offers passengers more effective ticketing options
The automatic fare collection (AFC) system "is the first global cloud-based travel and ticketing exchange, and services over 7 million passengers per annum. The system offers an end-to-end multi-channel avenue and validation solution that manages ticketing operations across six stations from the capital's transport hub to the international airports.



Cloud Technology Powers Express Rail Link’s New Ticketing System



The new ticketing gates allow passengers to use the new contactless smartcards in place of the former magnetic stripe tickets, for single trip and multi-trip tickets. Also, with the options of QR Barcode tickets for online purchases, along with Touch ‘n Go and Visa payWave, ERL expects much faster and smoother passenger flow through the gates, and consequently shorter queues at ticket counters.
https://www.globalairrail.com/news/e...cketing-system

QR Barcode Ticket
Take KLIA Ekspres – the fastest airport transfer in Kuala Lumpur. With this FREE KLIA Ekspres mobile app, your journey will be even quicker and simpler! Open iTunes to buy QR Barcode ticket and download apps.


https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/klia...18650763?mt=8#
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@ KLIA ERL Station


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Old February 11th, 2016, 02:41 AM   #1631
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MRT2 (coming soon)


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Bidding starts for RM2bil MRT 2 viaduct jobs
BY SHARIDAN M. ALI Thursday, 11 February 2016
http://www.thestar.com.my/business/b...rts-for-mrt-2/

PETALING JAYA: IJM Corp Bhd and Sunway Construction Group Bhd are among five construction giants in the running for an RM2bil job to construct viaducts in the Mass Rapid Transit line 2 (MRT 2) project.

The others shortlisted are Gadang Holdings Bhd, Mudajaya Group Bhd and Ahmad Zaki Resources Bhd, according to sources.

“Each of the viaduct packages is worth not less than RM1bil and these are for the northern side of the MRT 2.

Tender submissions have just been closed and construction jobs from MRT 2 are expected to be awarded from next month onwards,” a source said.

A viaduct is a bridge composed of several small spans and is commonly used as the basic infrastructure for rail projects.

MRT 2, with an RM28bil price tag, will start from Sungai Buloh before going through Serdang up to its final stop in Putrajaya with a total of 36 stations.

According to officials familiar with the tendering process, any packages to be awarded worth more than RM200mil would need consensus from the Finance Ministry in a meeting to be chaired by the Prime Minister himself.

“As the economy is slowing, the Government is giving priority to public infrastructure projects to stimulate the economy. The top brass is looking into the progress of the MRT 2 project closely,” said an official.

CIMB Research in a recent report said it was maintaining its “overweight” recommendation on the construction sector although the Government has decided to revise the 2016 gross domestic product forecast to 4% from 4.5% for 2016.

But it is also important to note that the construction industry is looking at a 10% increase in labour cost and a 2% increase in overall cost due to the newly revised foreign worker levy.

The source also said that the most expensive package, namely, the tunnelling contract with an estimated value of more than RM12bil, would be awarded in April.

“The frontrunner is the MMC-Gamuda joint venture, which is also the project delivery partner for MRT 2. Like the MRT 1 project, the tunneling job will be awarded on a Swiss Challenge basis,” said the source.

Under the Swiss Challenge system, MMC-Gamuda will have the first right of refusal to do the job at the lowest bid plus a small percentage of the margins.

Foreign rail experts such as Strabag Rail, Hyundai and China Railway Engineering Corp are vying for the tunnelling job.

The tunnelling job for MRT 1, which was undertaken by MMC-Gamuda, is nearing completion.

Other interested foreign companies for the tunnelling job include Vinci Construction from the United Kingdom, Taisei Techno from Japan, China Railway Construction Corp and China Communications Construction Company.

These parties are eager to submit their bids for the job,

“The race has attracted many because it is seen as the most lucrative aspect of the project,” said the source.

Qualified foreign bidders for the tunnelling job are allowed to put in joint bids or set up a consortium not exceeding three parties, but must name a lead partner.

The 13.5km tunnelling job is longer than the first line which was 9.5km.

The tunnelling cost of the first line was RM8.2bil.

Apart from having a more expensive tunnel, MRT 2, also known as the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya line, will offer more main civil engineering and construction packages from the first line.

It has been reported that the new line will offer 10 main packages compared with eight in the first line.

In light of cheap oil prices leading to the recent recalibration of the country’s budget, the implementation of major public transport infrastructure projects such as the light rail transit 3 (LRT 3) and MRT 2 still remain a priority for the Government.

In the 11th Malaysia Plan, the Government will continue to spend on high-impact construction work, particularly rail projects, that will boost the country’s economic growth from 2016 to 2020.

The MRT 2 and LRT 3, totalling RM37bil, are expected to be rolled out this year onwards.
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LRT Line 3: Bandar Utama To Johan Setia


http://lrt3.com.my/v14/
Tender starts next month for LRT3
Light Rail Transit Line 3 (LRT3) From Bandar Utama To Johan Setia
http://www.myrapid.com.my/business/tenders

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Oleh Petah Wazzan Iskandar dan Lum Chee Hong ISNIN, 18 JANUARI 2016 @ 1:18 PM
Selanjutnya di : http://www.bharian.com.my/node/115588
Systems works packages and Pre-Qualification Briefing was done on Thursday, 10 December 2015 ...

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1 LRT3-SYS-301 LIGHT RAIL VEHICLES (LRV)
2 LRT3-SYS-302 AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION (AFC)
3 LRT3-SYS-303 TELECOMMUNICATION & SYSTEM INTEGRATOR
4 LRT3-SYS-304 TRACKWORKS & CONDUCTOR POWER RAIL SYSTEM
5 LRT3-SYS-305 DEPOT EQUIPMENT + TRACK MAINTENANCE VEHICLES
6 LRT3-SYS-307 POWER SUPPLY & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (PSDS) + POWER SCADA
7 LRT3-SYS-308 SIGNALLING & TRAIN CONTROL SYSTEM, PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS (PSD) & INTRUSION PREVENTIVE SYSTEM (IPS)
8 LRT3-SYS-306 ELECTRONIC ACCESS CONTROL (EAC) SYSTEM
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Prasarana more concerned about weak ringgit
BY SHARIDAN M.ALI Tuesday, 16 February 2016
http://www.thestar.com.my/business/b...-weak-ringgit/



Closer collaboration: TFL Surface Transport managing director Leon Daniels
(left) shaking hands with Azmi. Looking on are UK High Commissioner to
Malaysia Vicky Treadell and Prasarana chairman Tan Sri Ismail Adam.


KUALA LUMPUR: Light rail transit (LRT) operator Prasarana Malaysia Bhd is more concerned about the impact of the weak ringgit than the recently revised foreign worker levy on the cost of the upcoming RM9bil LRT 3.

President and chief executive officer Datuk Azmi Abdul Aziz brought this issue up as the LRT 3’s costing was done in 2013 when the ringgit was stronger.

“This ringgit aspect only affects about 30% of the total cost in the form of the imported “software” part of the new urban rail line. “Basically, it revolves around the system works and signalling system of LRT 3. “The rest of the project is not affected by the currency fluctuation.

“Hopefully, the ringgit would have strengthened by the time we procure the software part of LRT 3,” he said,

He said this to the press after Prasarana signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Transport for London (TFL).

TFL is a government body responsible for most aspects of the transport system in Greater London.

The MoU will pave the way for closer collaboration between the two parties to further boost services in both countries.

The parties would also establish a work-placement exchange programme involving senior officials from both organisations.

To date, Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd and George Kent (M) Bhd have been appointed as the project delivery partner (PDP) of LRT 3 from Bandar Utama to Klang. The PDP firms were appointed to ensure quality and avoid cost overruns.

Construction and awards for the 36-km LRT 3 will start anytime soon and the project is expected to be completed in 2020.

LRT 3 is the biggest project by development value to date overseen by Prasarana. It also oversees the RM7bil Kelana Jaya and Ampang Line LRT extensions.

Apart from the RM9bil development cost, Prasarana has also set aside RM1bil for land acquisition for the LRT 3 project. Besides the LRT network, Prasarana also operates the KL Monorail as well as the RapidKL, RapidPenang and RapidKuantan bus services.
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SPAD's Klang Valley Rail Transit Map


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COMING SOON
BRT Federal Line (Pasar Seni-Klang) 34km, 25 stations

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INTERCHANGE STATIONS
Pasar Seni Station - LRT KJ Line+MRT SBK Line
KL Sentral Station - KL Monorail
Subang Jaya Station - LRT KJ Line+KTM Komuter Port Klang Line
Klang Station - LRT3+KTM Komuter Port Klang Line
Brickfields Station



Petaling Jaya Station



Subang Jaya Station

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MRT UNDERGROUND STATION
Source: http://artexpress.mymrt-underground.com.my/stations/
MERDEKA STATION
Merdeka station is an embodiment of the spirit of nationalism. The station is located underneath Jalan Hang Jebat, adjacent to historical landmarks such as Stadium Negara and Stadium Merdeka and the future KL118 development. Feature walls within the station are used to commemorate the declaration of independence and the Rukun Negara.











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COCHRANE STATION
Cochrane Station resides in an open plaza space not closely flanked or overpassed by roads. The residential and home-maker retail redevelopments located around the station offer a softer residential context amenable to vibrant forms and harmonious colours within the entrance and interior design.









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