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Old November 2nd, 2015, 10:20 AM   #921
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Hi guys. Latest updates for Gemas – Johor Bahru Electrification and Double-Tracking.

On 27 October 2015, the public display exercise, required for all development of new railways under Section 84 of Malaysia's Land Public Transport Act 2010, for the Gemas-Johor Bahru Electrification Double Tracking Project began and will run until 27 January 2016. According to documents on display to the public, construction is expected to begin in 2016 and be completed in 2021.

The length of the line to be electrified and double-tracked is 197km between Chainage 563.040 at Gemas dan Chainage 754.180 at Johor Bahru. The project includes the construction of 11 stations at Segamat, Genuang, Labis, Bekok, Paloh, Kluang, Mengkibol, Rengam, Layang-Layang, Kulai and Kempas Baru, and 3 future stations at Tenang, Chamek and Senai. The upgraded line is supposed to cater for at least 22 services daily involving KTM ETS, KTM Intercity and shuttle train services.

The documents displayed also stated that the electrification for the stretch will have the same specifications as that of the Seremban-Gemas stretch, name at 25kV AC 50Hz single phase and supplied via an overhead catenary. Train operations for this stretch will be integrated with the Train Control Centres at KL Sentral and Gemas. The design speed for the tracks is 160km/h.

All of these infos are stated at Ministry of Transport's website.
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Old November 3rd, 2015, 02:00 AM   #922
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Finally had a chance to try out the EDTP section north of Ipoh since I had temporarily relocated to Penang. A lot of the new stations have multiple platforms to cater for future expansions unlike those between Ipoh and Rawang while the design of the stations are more varied, but in a different style to those of the Seremban - Gemas stretch. Noticed that a lot of the stations (Kamunting, Bukit Tengah, Tasek Gelugor, Tasek) is built with the roof covering only the middle coach of the ETS train. The train attendant has to ask the disembarking passengers to move to the middle coach to disembark when it rains.

Also noticed the lack of preservation of the old wooden KTMB stations along the way. For example, the old Gemas stations is still standing, albeit abandoned. Many old stations along the Ipoh - Rawang stretch is still standing but almost of traces of them were gone in the northern section.

Finally, I can say that the Class 93 ETS trains are really impressive. The seats are much better than those on the 91, it is even quieter than the 91 and the coaches are joined together like the Class 92 SCS, with a wide corridor. The automatic sliding doors are a significant improvement too, I have seen a lot of people struggling with the heavy doors of the Class 91.


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what is the electric locomotive for? freight?
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what is the electric locomotive for? freight?
Both for freight and existed KTM intercity long journey passenger like those KTM class 26, 29 locomotives using.





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Old November 13th, 2015, 07:50 AM   #926
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JKNS new railway station and HQ @ Aeropod
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Old November 18th, 2015, 05:06 AM   #928
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The next phase of electrified double tracking project of KTM main line
Gemas-Johor Bahru (197 km)
Gemas-JB double-tracking details made public
By Jose Barrock / The Edge Malaysia | November 17, 2015 : 6:00 PM MYT
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THE federal government’s plan to build the 197km double-tracking railway line linking Gemas to Johor Baru has a proposed alignment with 11 stations and an additional three to be built later, according to a Notice for Public Inspection released last week.

Current plans are for the railway line to run through Segamat, Genuang, Labis, Bekok, Paloh, Kluang, Mengkibol, Renggam, Layang-Layang, Kulai and Kempas Baru. In addition, there are three future stations — in Senai, Chamek and Tenang — but so far, there is no indication when they will be built.

An interesting facet of the proposed project is that the station in Johor Baru is elevated.

“This increases costs, but then again, it’s best to get it over and done with. It has been in the pipeline for many years,” says a construction industry veteran.

In January 2011, then transport minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha (now Tan Sri) said the government had appointed two consultants to study the Gemas-Johor Baru railway line and was negotiating with Chinese consortiums, which would be appointed later that year, to do the job.

And details are being finalised now — four years down the road.

In a nutshell, the project involves the construction of an electrified double-track line between Gemas and Johor Baru for trains to ply at a speed of 160kph and the building of new stations. It also involves the mediation and integration of the signalling, electrification and communications systems and overhead lines with the existing system from Seremban to Gemas while the operational controls are located in KL Sentral and Gemas.

Interestingly enough, the construction of the tracks will also involve the acquisition of more than 300ha of land — more than 220ha from private entities and about 80ha currently under the purview of the federal government, namely road, river and forest reserves, quarries and graveyards, among others.

Documents sighted by The Edge indicate that several large parcels of land will be acquired from several parties, including about 40ha from Mahamurni Plantations Sdn Bhd and The Kulim Group Ltd — both units of Kulim (M) Bhd, which in turn is controlled by Johor Corp Bhd, the southern-most state’s investment arm — 37.5ha from Sime Darby Bhd and its units, close to 15ha from IOI Corp Bhd and 11ha from Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd. An interesting name that popped up is Achi Jaya Plantations Sdn Bhd (1.8ha), a company linked to the family of Sarawak Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud.

While details such as the cost of the railway line were not disclosed, construction industry players suggest a price tag of about RM8 billion.

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Old November 20th, 2015, 04:25 PM   #932
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With these Class93 train sets, KTMB (in other words Malaysia) now has, most probably, the FASTEST metre-gauge trains in the world (attained 176km/hr during one of it's test runs) - correct me if wrong !!!

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Chinese firms get letter of intent for Gemas-JB line
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PUTRAJAYA: A consortium of Chinese companies has been awarded a letter of intent (LoI) for the Gemas-Johor Baru electrified double-tracking project (EDTP) estimated to cost RM9.3 billion.

Business Times understands that state-owned companies China Railway Engineering Co, China Railway Construction Co (CRCC) and China Communications Construction received the LoI from the Transport Ministry several months ago.

The project, involving 197km of double-track rail on existing Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd alignment, was mooted more than a decade ago. The Chinese firms have been lobbying for it since then.

"The consortium has to source for Malaysian partners for the project and also meet the requirements of the Finance Ministry's industrial collaboration programme.

"They will have to put in a proposal for the final price negotiation so that the letter of award can be issued by next month. They are currently in negotiations with the Transport Ministry for the letter of award," said a source with knowledge on the matter.

On funding, the consortium will receive progressive payments from the government.

Tenders for the main packages were expected to be called in the first half of next year, said sources.

The consortium is led by CRCC, whose main partner is Fajarbaru Builder Group Bhd.

Fajarbaru's portfolio includes a RM289.44 million construction contract to extend the Ampang light rail transit line.

Previously, it won a RM316 million construction job for Package 2 (Tampin to Batang Melaka) of the Seremban-Gemas EDTP from India's Ircon International Ltd, the main contractor for the RM3.5 billion project.

The Gemas-Johor Baru EDTP is expected to be completed during the 11th Malaysia Plan, which ends in 2020, and will spur economic development in Johor.

The Transport Ministry had put up an advertisement last month to invite public inspection of the project plan, which details the route of the 197km double-track rail with the new alignment's designated speed at 160kph.

The ministry said it had submitted the route plan, details of the route alignment and other related items to the Land Public Transport Commission for the public inspection, which would end on January 26 next year.

The Gemas-Johor Baru EDTP will complement the current EDTP lines from the Klang Valley to Padang Besar, Perlis.

Malaysia has spent about RM24 billion on the EDTP from Port Klang to Batu Caves, Rawang to Ipoh, Ipoh to Padang Besar and Seremban to Gemas.

At the moment, only a single track links Padang Besar to Johor Baru.
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Gemas-JB Electrified Double-Tracking Project To Cost RM7.13 Billion
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NUSAJAYA, Nov 26 (Bernama) -- The construction of the Gemas-Johor Baharu electrified double-tracking project, which will start next year, is expected to cost RM7.13 billion, said State Executive Councillor of Public Works, Rural and Regional Development, Datuk Ir Hasni Mohammad.

He said the 197-kilometre track has a capacity for the train to run at 160km per hour and an operating speed limit of 140 km/hour.

"Under the 2016 Budget, RM100 million has been allocated initially to start construction of the project next year. Currently, the project is at the acquisition stage and it would take eight years to complete," he said at the Johor State Assembly here Thursday.

Hasni said the track would have 11 stations, comprising three categories -- key, secondary and goods stations.

The key stations are from Segamat, Kluang and Kempas Baru; secondary stations cover Labis, Bekok, Paloh, Renggam, Layang Layang, Kulaijaya; and, goods operating stations cover Genuang and Mengkibol.

Hasni said the project is expected to be completed in 2021 and each of the main stations will cost about RM35 million, secondary stations about RM20 million and those for operations/goods about RM15 million.

He said this in response to questions from a number of assemblymen on the latest developments and government plans on implementation of the double-track and high speed rail projects, alongside construction costs.

Among the assemblymen who posed questions on the projects were Chen Kah Eng (DAP-Stulang) and Ali Mazat Salleh (BN-Bukit Permai).

Hasni disclosed that the double-track rail project involved a 25kV electrification system, signals and communications system as well direct control from the command and management centres in KL Sentral and Gemas.

The double-tracking railway line is expected to see 22 daily services, covering the intercity, shuttle and the electric train service (ETS).

"I believe the acquisition of land and relocation of squatters has been completed and the project will face no hurdles," added.

Details of the project have been put on public display from Oct 27 at 10 locations by the Transport Ministry for obtaining feedback and the viewing ends on Jan 26, 2016.

Among the locations are the Public Land Transport Commission (SPAD), the Malayan Railways (KTMB) headquarters and State Economic Planning Units (UPEN).

The public can also obtain further information at www.mot.gov.my or call 03-80008000.

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JKNS new railway station and HQ @ Aeropod
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I wonder if this will connect with railway lines in Indonesia? Indonesia have long planned to build a network of standard gauge railway lines that circle the Indonesian part of Kalimantan/Borneo.

But what is interesting is they also planned to extend the line all the way until Malaysia and connecting with Malaysian cities in Borneo. The Malaysian portion would highly likely to be operated by Malaysian railway company (KTM?).
Malaysia welcoming such idea, although I'm not sure when such project commence.

So far the groundbreaking for standard gauge railway line in East Kalimantan have commenced.
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Railways in Sabah is operated by Sabah State Railway, which is still under state government. The plan is for the railway to be extended to cover all of major settlements in Sabah (Sandakan, Tawau). As for Sarawak, the are plans for Sarawak railway, though the physical works is yet to start.

Personally, I would like to see both Sabah and Sarawak (and possibly Brunei) to be connected by railway first. Besides, we do seem to favor narrow-gauge railway, connecting both countries via railway would be complicated. For comparison, both lines in Malaysia and Southern Thailand are narrow-gauge and in the future, there will be a direct train from Hatyai (Thailand) to Ipoh (Malaysia), even possibly Kuala Lumpur.
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Railways in Sabah is operated by Sabah State Railway, which is still under state government. The plan is for the railway to be extended to cover all of major settlements in Sabah (Sandakan, Tawau). As for Sarawak, the are plans for Sarawak railway, though the physical works is yet to start.

Personally, I would like to see both Sabah and Sarawak (and possibly Brunei) to be connected by railway first. Besides, we do seem to favor narrow-gauge railway, connecting both countries via railway would be complicated. For comparison, both lines in Malaysia and Southern Thailand are narrow-gauge and in the future, there will be a direct train from Hatyai (Thailand) to Ipoh (Malaysia), even possibly Kuala Lumpur.
I think Sandakan and Tawau are pretty much dreams with the existing infrastructure. There is an awful lot of mountain in the way to serve places with relatively small populations.

In the short/medium term, I think getting the train back into KK proper would do a lot to attract usage, and allow the possibility of a tram-train or even Komuter service to be introduced. The next logical extensions would be

* Beaufort to Menumbok for Labuan/Victoria on a new branch.
* Beaufort to BSB via Sipitang, Lawas and Limbang as an extension of the mainline.

As federal funding will be hard to get, and Sabah would be better off treating it as an incremental "by your bootstraps" project less subject to the whims and fancies in Putrajaya. As such, to save costs and line capacity, the Beaufort-Tenom branch could be run as a DMU shuttle on existing equipment and track conditions so funds can be prioritized for the KK-Beaufort trunk route. In the longer term, the Tenon branch could be re-extended back to Melalar, and then on by the slow (but flat) river route with no tunneling needed to Keningau (as was originally planned but never happened). It wouldn't generate huge traffic, but it'd be socially useful.
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I actually hope that the railway line in Kalimantan and Borneo will be interconnected and cross border train service will materialize
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