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Old December 13th, 2011, 08:28 AM   #121
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Yeah!!!.. finally ketam train can go round and round.round n round.round n round.early in the morning..

If only the link up from mp to mlk sentral n mybe 2 e airfort..it would be like the original plan of Walt disney world
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Old December 13th, 2011, 08:34 AM   #122
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this time should be an improved version?
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Old December 14th, 2011, 06:40 AM   #123
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Malacca monorail controversy
By R.S.N. MURALI
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MALACCA: Despite the endless glitches that has struck the Malacca Tourist Monorail, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said there is a bright side to the issue.

“I know many quarters have criticised the monorail service due to the glitches but we are optimistic it will gain popularity once the flaws have been rectified.

“It has gained fame thanks to the media reports about the earlier problems,” he said, when officiating at the ground-breaking of the second phase of the service at Jalan Tun Mutahir here yesterday.

Mohd Ali said the service had malfunctioned 27 times since its launch in October last year.
On the right track: Models posing next to a replica of the new Malacca Tourist Monorail coach that will begin services once the second phase has been completed in February 2013.

We almost made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for encountering countless breakdowns,” he quipped.

“But on the bright side, a recent breakdown that caused two tourists to be trapped was flashed by the media globally.

Now, tourists want to be ferried on our monorail, so that they could proudly say they had the opportunity to ride on the so-called troubled service,” Mohd Ali said.

He said the state government had recently commissioned two Chinese engineers from manufacturer Unis Technology Company Limited, to oversee and resolve problems plaguing the monorail operation.

Mohd Ali said the Chinese engineers discovered that the previous glitches were mainly caused by improper handling of the monorail system by local technicians.

“The engineers are now sharing their expertise on the appropriate way of operating the system so that it would not halt midway,” he said.

On the second phase, Mohd Ali said the 1.3km track will connect the Taman Rempah station to Jalan Tun Ali and Jalan Tun Rempah.

The RM21mil project is expected to be completed by February 2013.

Mohd Ali said the second phase would include traffic and signalling management systems to ensure passengers' safety.

A new coach, which can carry 24 passengers with improved safety features, will be used in the second phase.
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Old December 14th, 2011, 09:01 AM   #124
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Mohd Ali said the second phase would include traffic and signalling management systems to ensure passengers' safety.

A new coach, which can carry 24 passengers with improved safety features, will be used in the second phase.
Now you know that, would you dare travel on what was built in phase one ?
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Old December 16th, 2011, 05:58 AM   #125
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Wartawan terperangkap dalam Monorel Melaka
Oleh : SH MELAKA&NS
Tarikh : December 15, 2011
BANDARAYA MELAKA - Seorang wartawan Sinar Harian, antara 22 penumpang terperangkap di dalam gerabak Monorel Melaka ketika kenderaan rekreasi itu terhenti akibat bekalan elektrik di Stesen Monorel Hang Jebat, Taman Rempah terputus, pagi semalam.

Siti Shahrosamirah Shaharman, 26, bersama penumpang lain termasuk masing-masing tiga kakitangan Monorel Melaka dan kanak-kanak terkandas di dalam tiga gerabak, selama kira-kira 25 minit sebelum berjaya dikeluarkan menggunakan skylift dan tangga tali.

Lima daripada mereka termasuk seorang kanak-kanak lelaki berusia 11 tahun yang mengalami kecederaan dan sesak nafas telah diberi bantuan awal oleh Paramedik St John Ambulan.

Difahamkan, gerabak terhenti selepas Stesen Monorel Hang Jebat terbakar mengakibatkan bekalan elektrik utama yang disalurkan kepada monorel terputus.

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again!! Negeri maju...............
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Old December 16th, 2011, 10:46 AM   #126
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hey, have you forget ali rustam said the frequent breakdown is one of the attractions in Melaka..it is deliberate actually hahaha
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Old December 16th, 2011, 01:34 PM   #127
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It was designed to break world record for biggest number of breakdowns. According to Rustam, they r taking up the challenge. not sure how many times r left.
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Old December 17th, 2011, 03:58 AM   #128
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Wartawan terperangkap dalam Monorel Melaka
Oleh : SH MELAKA&NS
Tarikh : December 15, 2011
BANDARAYA MELAKA - Seorang wartawan Sinar Harian, antara 22 penumpang terperangkap di dalam gerabak Monorel Melaka ketika kenderaan rekreasi itu terhenti akibat bekalan elektrik di Stesen Monorel Hang Jebat, Taman Rempah terputus, pagi semalam.

Difahamkan, again!! Negeri maju...............

Anyway...let's not blow the matter out of proportion. "The Incident" was just a DRILL.

Saturday December 17, 2011

‘Down’ time allows monorail operator to conduct safety drill

MALACCA: Residents near the Hang Jebat station of the Malacca River tourist monorail service panicked when they saw commuters being lowered from the cabin with ropes, thinking that the problematic train had stalled yet again.

There were anxious looks as several people were strapped into the safety harness to be brought to the ground, with a skylift also on standby.

Everyone breathed a sigh of relief when they found out that it was just an emergency drill by the operator Menara Taming Sari Sdn Bhd.

Its chief executive officer Nazary Ahmad said the “emergency” was a fire at the station which disrupted power supply.

A total of 20 commuters and two workers were “trapped”.

Nazary said the firm took the opportunity to conduct the drill while the monorail service was still suspended pending re-inspection by the Land Public Transport Com*mission (SPAD).

“We are also using the time to train our workers on emergency and first-aid procedures,” he added.

On when the service would resume, Nazary said all safety aspects and requirements had been implemented.
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Old December 17th, 2011, 05:38 AM   #129
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They can train all times......no need safety drill......
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Old December 17th, 2011, 06:15 AM   #130
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They recruited children for a safety drill ?!
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Old December 18th, 2011, 10:35 AM   #131
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Old December 21st, 2011, 01:12 AM   #132
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This monorail for sightseeing purpose only and not to reduce traffic congestion in the city...

This type of monorail also can be approved?
I dont know la the mentality of the state goverment..
even the stage busses in the city are in deplorable conditions...
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Old December 25th, 2011, 03:53 AM   #133
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December 24, 2011 19:16 PM

Public Can Give Views On Melaka Tram Project

MELAKA, DeC 24 (Bernama) -- Members of the public will be able to give their views on the proposed Melaka Tram service when an exhibition on the project is held soon, Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said.

He said the exhibition would display the model and method used for the proposed tram project.

"I have asked the relevant parties to expedite holding the exhibition," he said when met by Bernama here.

He said the Melaka Tram project would be the first tram service to use natural gas (NGV).

"This tram is different from monorail because it functions as a public transport to avoid traffic congestion in Melaka," he added.

The Melaka Tram project, costing RM272 million, would be built by Syarikat Mrails International Sdn Bhd with the cooperation of the Chief Minister Incorporated.

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Old December 27th, 2011, 03:31 AM   #134
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I will reject upon hearing the word tram.
Melaka roads are already too narrow to accommodate the current traffic flow and how would it fit in trams? Imagine if the tram breaks down as often as the monorail +_+
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Old December 27th, 2011, 11:00 AM   #135
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I will reject upon hearing the word tram.
Melaka roads are already too narrow to accommodate the current traffic flow and how would it fit in trams? Imagine if the tram breaks down as often as the monorail +_+
i think tram is the best solution for traffic woes in melaka. but they should be implemented in the inner city rather than from ayer keroh to melaka city center. make inner city and between dataran and mahkota pedestrian street. ban all private vehicles from entering the core area. firstly it will be pollution free and secondly it will protect our heritage building from car accidents like the one we saw in penang where a car slammed into three pre war shop houses. Tourist will feel safer if there is no cars moving around in the narrow street. tourists and local do walks anyway from one end to another. so there is no reason why it cannot turned in pedestrian.

we have almost 1500 carpark bays in Dataran, Hatten and Mahkota and if parking in Ocean, SAM is fully utilised, make the tram ply these route with several branches, i believe it can solve the traffic problem
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I will reject upon hearing the word tram.
Melaka roads are already too narrow to accommodate the current traffic flow and how would it fit in trams? Imagine if the tram breaks down as often as the monorail +_+
trams not practical...agree with you....

U see how some cars in Japan obstructing the flow of tram service there....

Penang and Malacca roads are very narrow...
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trams not practical...agree with you....

U see how some cars in Japan obstructing the flow of tram service there....

Penang and Malacca roads are very narrow...
Trams in Melbourne is the major mean of public transport.
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Old December 27th, 2011, 04:13 PM   #138
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The city(melbourne) was planned is a such a way where it can accommodate the tram system perfectly!Unlike melaka but may be within the historical sights i am ok with it BUT they must ban cars entering areas served by the tram service to make it work for melaka,
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Old December 27th, 2011, 05:56 PM   #139
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Oh wow it sure looks like the shoplots in the background!Well done uncle ali!
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