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Old August 22nd, 2016, 06:15 AM   #1781
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FIRST TUNNEL BORING MACHINE (TBM) FOR MRT SUNGAI BULOH-SERDANG-PUTRAJAYA (SSP) LINE UNDERGROUND WORKS READY !


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Kuala Lumpur LRT3 civil works to begin in 2017
24 Aug 2016



MALAYSIA: Prime Minister Najib Razak officially launched the Kuala Lumpur LRT3 metro construction project on August 24 at Stadium Malawati in Shah Alam.

The mostly elevated 37·7 km LRT3 line would connect the Bandar Utama and Johan Setia districts in the west of the city. One of the 26 stations would be underground, and five would be interchanges with existing or planned lines. Design capacity is 36 720 passengers/h per direction, and a fleet of six-car trainsets is envisaged, running at peak headways of 2 min using CBTC

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Old August 27th, 2016, 07:07 PM   #1784
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Malaysia likely to spend RM70bil on rail infrastructure
BY SHARIDAN M. ALI Saturday, 27 August 2016
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Rail network: An exhibit at the MRT training centre. Malaysia has spent more
than RM30bil on rail infrastructure development over the past four to five years.


Malaysia has spent more than RM30bil on rail infrastructure development over the past four to five years and will likely spend another RM40bil to enhance its connectivity in the foreseeable future.

The amount of money being committed to rail makes it a thriving sector in an otherwise drab economy.

Throughout this rail infrastructure development period, most construction companies have got a portion of the pie.

Obviously, the big companies, such as MMC Corp Bhd, Gamuda Bhd, IJM Corp, Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB), Sunway Construction, amongst other heavyweights, have boosted their orderbook by leaps and bounds due to the contracts bagged from rail infrastructure jobs.

Other main winners are Gadang Holdings Bhd, Mudajaya Corp Bhd, IJM Corp Bhd, Ahmad Zaki Resources Bhd, Naim Engineering Sdn Bhd, UEM Construction Sdn Bhd and Apex Communication Sdn Bhd.

AmResearch believes the awards for the RM9bil LRT 3 project will begin in the second half of this year.

Currently there are 96 companies already shortlisted and pre-qualified to bid.

Companies qualified for the open category of the LRT infrastructure jobs include Gamuda, WCT, IJM, Ikhmas Jaya, Kimlun, Sunway Construction, Bina Puri, and Mudajaya.

Naim, Zecon, MTD Group and TSR Capital are also included.

“Meanwhile, familiar names eyeing tunnelling works include Gamuda, IJM, Sunway Construction, WCT and Muhibbah Engineering,” says AmResearch.

According to Prasarana, the first set of awards comprised of staff quarters, advance works, and the Johan Setia depot.

The entire tender process will end with the final award of the last scheduled tender by year-end. Prasarana has confirmed the alignment and location of all 26 stations, and has begun land acquisitions.

Besides that, AmResearch also expects more MRT line 2 tenders and awards in the second half of this year.

Upcoming tenders include the remaining six viaduct packages and four elevated station packages.

“Based on an average price of RM320mil per km, the viaduct packages could be worth RM1.2bil to RM1.4bil,” says AmResearch.

Apart from the familiar big boys, AmResearch says other companies likely to be beneficiaries of MRT line 2 jobs include Kimlun, Econpile and Ikhmas Jaya for piling works.

In the first half of this year alone, it is estimated that MRT Corp has awarded around RM22bil worth of major MRT line 2 packages out of the total RM32bil value.

Major packages awarded include the underground works worth RM15bil to MMC-Gamuda joint venture, four viaduct packages, and three system packages.

Four main packages for Pan Borneo were also awarded.

Meanwhile, MRCB and George Kent Bhd were also appointed the project delivery partner for LRT 3, which will earn a management fee of 6% or RM540mil of the total project cost.

Looking back, the extension of the existing light rail transit (LRT) of Kelana Jaya and Ampang Lines, that was mooted in 2010 and has just started their operation recently this year, has seen some RM7bil contracts dished out.

Next, the mass rapid transit line 1 of the 51km Sungai Buloh-Kajang line which was launched in July 2011, which is nearing its completion, has dished out some RM23bil worth of contracts.

Following that, a new RM9bil LRT Line 3 project from Bandar Utama to Johan Setia, Klang has just kicked off this month in June this year.

Also, the MRT Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line that could carry a price tag more than RM32bil has kicked off this year.

More recently, the high speed rail (HSR) plan between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore has just been formalised with a bilateral agreement inked between the two neighbouring countries.

Although there is no official figure on how much this HSR would cost, industry experts have estimated it could be in the range between RM40bil and RM45bil.

All these rail developments in recent years are a boon for the construction sector in Malaysia, which is hungry to boost its orderbook as the prospects and jobs in property sector start to dim as a result of a slowing economy and weak consumer sentiment.
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Old August 27th, 2016, 07:16 PM   #1785
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Bombardier Innovia 300 for LRT KJ Line

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Touch 'n Go to invest RM60m in new operating system
1 SEPTEMBER 2016 @ 11:01 AM BY AMIR HISYAM RASID
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KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Group Holdings Bhd’s associated company Touch ‘n Go Sdn Bhd is revamping its entire operating system with an investment of RM60 million.

The move is to accommodate its new mobile payment technology for easier cashless payments in the retail and transport sectors.

The investment is self-funded by Touch ‘n Go although CIMB Group chairman Datuk Seri Nazir Razak said that the group remained committed to providing financial support to cater for the former’s rapid growth.

CIMB Group is Touch ‘n Go’s largest shareholder with a 32 per cent stake.

Touch ‘n Go chief executive officer Syahrunizam Samsudin said the revamped system will allow an increased capacity for a higher transaction volume from smartcards and future mobile app usage.

He said the move to introduce mobile app is a better strategy as it is more user-friendly and people tend to have their smartphones close, within arm’s reach, compared with prepaid smartcards.

“Our financial platform is accessible to everyone as Touch ‘n Go is available across all toll systems, transits and various other places like retail outlets.

“That was the old technology (prepaid smartcard) and we are going to introduce a new digital technology via mobile app for ease of payment as people are with their smartphones all the time.

“However, they still have the option to use the Touch ‘n Go smartcards as we are not going to discard the smartcards,” he said at the company’s first partnership with a food and beverage outlet, here, yesterday.

“Once we get the approval (from Bank Negara Malaysia), we will introduce the new technology by the beginning of next year. Currently, we are undergoing pilot tests,” he said.

Syahrunizam said the new mobile application using quick response code technology will allow users to tap or scan barcodes to pay for goods and services, including utility bills and prepaid reloads.

It will also enable balance transfers to a third party.

Touch ‘n Go yesterday formed a collaboration with NZ Curry House Sdn Bhd to introduce e-payment and reload facilities at all of the latter’s outlets. Syahrunizam said the collaboration was in line with Touch ‘n Go’s target towards a cashless society and further enhance its role in bringing urban mobility to the Klang Valley.

Touch ‘n Go is the leader in micropayments in Malaysia, with more than four million transactions taking place in a day.
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MRT SBK Line
The Automatic Fare Collection System (AFC) gates have been installed at the Phileo Damansara Station.


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Old September 3rd, 2016, 07:42 PM   #1789
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Some quick facts of KL's MRT 1 elevated station

- design by local Malaysian firm Hijjas Kasturi Associates (HKA)
- there are total 24 elevated station and all have unified design look (7 underground station with total 31 station)
- design and concept of the elevated station are inspired from the Malay's "Wakaf"
- The wakaf is an open-air pavilion traditionally made of wood, has long served as a ubiquitous rest stop for travellers looking to escape the country’s tropical heat.



- it was design as a tropical station with huge roof, natural light, natural air ventilation, greenery and public plaza.
- sustainability was also main consideration and repetitive design will improve the efficiency in building the station

Green design feature of the station

- the big roof of the station was design to collect rain water for all the toilet facilities and water use within the building
- solar panel will install on the roof of the station to harvest solar power for the station daily use
- it also use train traction power system to accept regenerate electricity as the train decelerate (harvest energy from train when the train is slowing down)
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MERDEKA MRT STATION
Interchange with LRT AG/SP Line



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MUZIUM NEGARA MRT STATION
Interchange with KL Sentral intermodal railway hub station



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BUKIT BINTANG STATION
Interchange with KL Monorail Line



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TUN RAZAK EXCHANGE STATION
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COCHRANE STATION
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PASAR SENI MRT STATION
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MALURI STATION
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Elevated MRT
Kampung Selamat station
Integrated with MRT SSP line


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Taman Tun Dr Ismail station


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Pusat Bandar Damansara station


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Phileo Damansara station


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MRT Corp plans third Klang Valley MRT Line

KUALA LUMPUR: Mass Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) is in the midst of planning to build the third Klang Valley MRT Line that will shorten travel time within the capital.

Director of Strategic Communications and Stakeholder Relations Datuk Najmuddin Abdullah said MRT Corp has appointed an independent consultant to study the plan, for which its first report is expected to be ready in the fourth quarter of this year or the first quarter of next year.

"Based on the findings, we can share more information on the route," he told a media briefing on the update of the Klang Valley MRT project here on Tuesday.

He said the third line, which would be a circular track and not a long stretch, would provide services around the city centre besides becoming a fully underground passage.

Najmuddin also said as many as 58 trains earmarked for the first and second phases of the Sungai Buloh-Kajang (SBK) Line were expected to arrive in stages by year-end and would undergo an intensive testing period from Oct 1.

"For the first phase of the SBK Line, 24 trains will be used in which 18 trains will cater to daily operations, while the rest will be used as reserve trains for emergencies.

"So far, we have received more than 40 trains from our earlier order ahead of schedule and they are undergoing the process of fitting and setting such as installing the seats," he said.

The first phase of the SBK Line from the Sungai Buloh station to the Sematan Station will begin operations in December, while the remaining route from the Sematan Station to the Kajang Station will be operational in July 2017.

The RM23 billion project, which spans 51 kilometers, will have 31 stations and is currently 89 per cent completed.

Najmuddin said the fares for the SBK Line would be announced by the government in due course. - Bernama

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