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Old October 18th, 2016, 04:51 PM   #1061
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Nope...I'm sure the budget is about rm70 bil now. Remember Sarawak report that said the cost of ECRL has been jacked up to Rm60 bil from RM 30 bil to help out 1mdb? In fact experts already stated the estimation of this project was RM 60b in 2013. Three years have passed and RM has fallen.. So I think it will get costlier as time goes by. Sorry I can't find the article that suggests cost of ecrl could have climbed up to rm70 bil now
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Old October 18th, 2016, 04:54 PM   #1062
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BTW is there Malaysia high speed rail dedicated thread here?
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Old October 18th, 2016, 05:01 PM   #1063
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Yes there is in few pages before this one... not sure bout the tittle... Maybe Kl-Sg high speed/bullet train..


There are so few news regarding on the high speed beside spad n lta had awarded study project to several firms...
Malaysian forumers here dont usually hype, unless these projects are happening before their eyes
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Old October 18th, 2016, 07:57 PM   #1064
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Old October 21st, 2016, 12:49 PM   #1065
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RM55b for ECRL
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Old October 22nd, 2016, 01:33 AM   #1066
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CRRC delivers new trains for KL airport rail link

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THE first CRRC Changchun EMU for Express Rail Link (ERL), the owner and operator of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (Klia) rail link, was unveiled on October 20 by Malaysia’s transport minister Mr Liow Tiong Lai.

ERL signed a contract with CNR Changchun (now part of CRRC) in November 2014 for six four-car trains to supplement the fleet of six Siemens Desiro ET 425M EMUs introduced when the 57km standard-gauge line opened in 2002.

Two of the six trains will be used for Klia Ekspres, and four (including the first train) for Klia Transit stopping services. The 25kV 50Hz ac sets have a maximum speed of 160km/h with onboard features including infotainment systems, Wi-Fi, wheelchair compartments, and baggage racks. Each train will accommodate up to 540 passengers.

The new trains will enter service from March 2017, enabling ERL to boost capacity by 50% to meet surging ridership demand. With the full introduction of the new fleet, ERL plans to cut Klia Transit headways from 30 to 20-minutes off-peak and from 20 minutes to 15 minutes at peak times. Klia Ekspres services will continue to operate at 15-20 minute intervals.



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Old October 24th, 2016, 09:16 PM   #1067
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KUALA LUMPUR: The estimated cost for the new East Coast Rail Line project which will link Klang Valley, Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan is RM55 billion.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced this in the 2017 Budget, adding that the government was committed to upgrading public transport in rural areas.

The 600-km rail will connect townships such as Port Klang, ITT Gombak, Bentong, Mentakab, Kuantan, Kemaman, Kerteh, Kuala Terengganu, Kota Bharu and Tumpat.

The project, which is part of the East Coast Economic Region (ECER) will be developed in several phases.


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Old October 30th, 2016, 10:47 AM   #1068
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Construction of RM7 bln rail network to start next month
October 30, 2016, Sunday
http://www.theborneopost.com/2016/10...rt-next-month/



Liow (fifth right) with Tai Poh Yah Worshippers Organisation chairman Datuk Tan Keng Choo (fourth right) and others visit the buffer zone site. — Bernama photo

SEGAMAT: Construction of the Gemas-Johor Bahru Electrified Double-Tracking Project (EDTP) costing RM7.13 billion will begin next month.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the construction of the 197-kilometre double-tracking rail network was expected to be completed by the end of 2020.

“We’re hoping that the project will have a positive impact on Johor’s economy specifically as well as the country in general,” he told reporters after visiting a railway site and its nearby areas that might be turned into buffer zones for the project, here yesterday.

Liow also visited a buffer zone site near Tai Poh Yah Worshippers Organisation temple near here.

He said in the meantime, the government would also review the proposed lands that would be turned into buffer zones so that the project would not affect the livelihood of the residents in the vicinity.

This came about after several quarters including the Tai Poh Yah Worshipper Organisation, appealed to the government over the taking over of their lands for the project.

With advanced technology, it could reduce land usage for buffer zones once the project was implemented, he said.

“We’ll see whether we can reduce land usage for the buffer zones,” Liow added.

He also said the government has always been concerned about the welfare of the people and thanked all parties involved for their support towards the project.

The EDTP provides capacity for trains to hit 160km per hour, with an operating speed limit of 140km per hour.

It covers several districts in Johor, namely Segamat, Kluang, Kulai and Johor Bahru.

Meanwhile, commenting on the cargo train derailment near the Batu Gajah station on Friday, Liow said Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) had been instructed to speed up the removal process to ensure that at least one rail line could be used today.

“I have instructed KTMB to speed up the (recovery) process of ETS (Electronic Train Service) from Kuala Lumpur-Ipoh,” he said, adding that the ETS would be restored in 48 hours. The government is concerned about ETS users.

“KTMB has been using bus services from Batu Gajah to Ipoh since yesterday. Today, 36 buses are in service,” he said.

In the 3.15am incident, the cement-laden cargo train from Kuang, Selangor to Tasek, Perak derailed at KM200.3 near the Batu Gajah station in Perak. — Bernama
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Old November 1st, 2016, 04:42 AM   #1069
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Confirmed: East Coast Rail Link project to be built, funded by China
31 OCTOBER 2016 @ 3:32 PM BY LOKMAN MANSOR
http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/10/1...nded-china?m=1

BEIJING, China: The East Coast Rail Link (ECRL), a 620km high-impact project under the 11th Malaysia Plan, will be built and funded by China, Treasury secretary-general Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah confirmed today.

Speaking to Malaysian media upon arrival here as part of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s delegation, he said the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPC) contract and a financing framework were among the agreements that he would sign during the visit.

The EPC contract will be awarded to China Communication Construction Company Ltd (CCCC) while the financing agreement will be with Export-Import Bank of China (EXIM).

“The Chinese investment in Malaysia will open up smaller towns like Mentakab, Dungun, and going up to Tumpat,” Mohd Irwan said.

He said when completed, the ECRL will make products from the East Coast more competitive due to cheaper transport costs, and raise the income of industries and businesses located along the rail link route.

Mohd Irwan said the decision to seek financing from China was due to the favourable terms offered.

“If you borrow in the international market you will not get the low interest rate that we will get. We haven’t finalised (the details) but we will get very competitive (rate) and the repayment period we expect to be 20 years,” he added.

Mohd Irwan said the government hopes to finalise the ECRL by end of this year so that construction on the project can start in early 2017.

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Old November 1st, 2016, 06:28 AM   #1070
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Was this an unsolicited proposal from CCCC or was it put out to tender?
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Old November 4th, 2016, 06:30 AM   #1071
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Najib Briefed On China’s High Speed Rail While Travelling In One

TIANJIN – Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was briefed on China’s High Speed Rail (HSR) by China Railway Thursday while travelling in one.

Najib, who is on a six-day official visit to China since Monday was travelling from Beijing to Tianjin, a major port city in northeastern China, located about 138.6km away, for a short visit.

Travelling by road takes nearly two hours between the two destinations but with HSR, which travels at 350km/hr, it takes less than 30 minutes.

HSR service in China was introduced in 2007, and has became a popular transportation mode with an annual ridership of over 1.1 billion last year. Its network has covered 28 of the country’s 33 provinces and regions and over 20,000km of route for the passenger-dedicated lines (PDLs).

China Railway Engineering Corp (CREC) is among several rail companies, including Korea Railroad Corporation (Korail) and East Japan Railway Company eyeing for the RM50 billion, 350km Kuala Lumpur-Singapore HSR which is expected to cut travel time to 90 minutes.

The project from Kuala Lumpur’s Bandar Malaysia and Singapore’s Jurong East is expected to be fully operational by 2026.



Najib, upon arrival at the Tianjin Railway Station was received by Tianjin Municipality Government Vice-Mayor Zhao Haishan.

He then met up with Secretary of Tianjin Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Li Hongzhong at the Tianjin State Guest House.

Najib and Li, together with Zhao later witnessed the signing of the Operation Agreement for the Integrated Seawater Desalination and salt-making project between Malaysian-owned XianDa Group and the Administrative Commission of Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area for the integrated zero-liquid discharge desalination plant project here.

Xianda was represented by XianDa (Tianjin) Seawater Resources Development Co Ltd Group Chairman Mah Sau Cheong, while the Administrative Commission of Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area was representd by its Managing Committee director, Wang Sheng.

It was reported in 2014 during a ground-breaking ceremony in Tianjin, XianDa Group planned to invest RMB15 billion (RM8 billion) to open an integrated zero-liquid discharge desalination plant here.

The plant will produce one million tonnes of clarified water and 600,000 tonnes of desalinated water per day.
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Old November 6th, 2016, 07:10 AM   #1072
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Five years a tall order for ECRL project — Analysts
November 4, 2016, Friday
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KUCHING: The construction period of five years for the possible East Coast Rail Line (ECRL) project has been viewed as a “a tall order” and analysts are also skeptical about its construction commencement early next year.

The research arm of TA Securities Holdings Bhd (TA Securities) opined that the construction period of five years appears to be a tall order as well.

The construction of the first phase of the project between Klang Valley to Kuantan alone may take about five years to complete,” it added in a note yesterday. “It may require more than a decade to complete the entire 600 kilometre rail line.”

It has been reported that China would provide RM55 billion in soft loans to Malaysia for the construction of the project, and at that amount, it translates into RM92 million per kilometre run.

“This is significantly higher than Ipoh-Padang Besar Northern Double Track at RM38 million per kilometre, Gemas-Johor Bahru Southern Double Track at an estimated cost of RM36 million per kilometre and Seremban-Gemas Double Track at RM36 million per kilometre,” it said.

It added, “The project would be the single largest construction project to be implemented in Malaysia to-date. However, we are reserved that the project could commence early next year as some time is required for finalization of the detailed design, land acquisition and tender exercise.”

Meanwhile, TA Securities noted that based on reports, Malaysia and China would also sign an engineering-and-construction contract on the project, of which, China would carry out the detailed engineering and design for the ECRL, procure all materials and equipment, and deliver the facility to Malaysia.

For the construction contract to be awarded to government-owned China Construction Communications Company (CCCC), there are terms that state it has to work with local partners, it said.

As CCCC would have to partner local contractors in this project, TA Securities believed Gamuda Bhd, IJM Corporations Bhd, WCT Holdings Bhd, Sunway Construction Group Bhd, Gadang Holdings Bhd and Fajarbaru Builder Group Bhd – which have related experience in railway construction and/ or earthwork, as potential beneficiaries of this mammoth project.

Piling contractors such as Econpile Holdings Bhd, Pintaras Jaya Bhd, Ikhmas Jaya Group Bhd could benefit from piling works for viaducts and bridges along the alignment.

It added, the first phase of the 600 kilometre rail line will be from the Klang Valley to Kuantan, second from Kuantan to Kuala Terengganu, and third from Kuala Terengganu to Kota Baru and Tumpat.

“In Budget 2017, it was announced that the project would connect townships such as Port Klang, Integrated Transport Terminal Gombak, Bentong, Mentakab, Kuantan, Kemaman, Kerteh, Kuala Terengganu and Kota Baru before ending in Tumpat,” it said.

Overall, TA Securities maintain its ‘neutral’ stance on the construction sector pending further development on the project.
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Old November 8th, 2016, 04:51 PM   #1073
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great topci and nice info Thanx
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Old November 15th, 2016, 01:22 PM   #1074
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Liow: ECRL study to be released when finalised
BY NICHOLAS CHENG Tuesday, 15 November 2016 | MYT 5:25 PM
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Government will release the feasibility study for the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) when it is finalised, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai in Parliament.

Opposition lawmakers had raised questions over the RM55bil, 620km-long rail line, quoting the project’s own consultant as saying that the estimated value of the ECRL should be about RM29bil.

Responding to the matter during his winding-up speech during the Budget 2017 debate Tuesday, Liow said the study was conducted in 2009 when the US dollar was at RM2.20.

He said the alignment of the rail link has also been extended - from 545km in the original study to 620km - to link Kuantan Port and Port Klang, which would require 50km of tunnelling work through the Titiwangsa range.

“This created a different alignment, for which we had to come up with a different costing. The Economic Planning Unit (EPU) will answer all the details. All these issues are being politicised to gain political mileage,” he said.

To a question by Sim Tze Tzin (PKR-Bayan Baru), Liow said the feasibility study on the ECRL falls under his Cabinet colleague Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan’s portfolio, but gave assurances that it would be released.

“We are a government that is transparent in our negotiations," Liow said.

Earlier in the day, Tony Pua (DAP-Petaling Jaya Utara) told a press conference at the Parliament lobby that the consultant was quoted in a report by HSS Integrated Sdn Bhd, which was hired by the East Coast Economic Region Development Council (ECERDC) to conduct a feasibility study in 2009.

In the report, it estimated that the project would cost RM29bil or RM53.2mil per kilometre. The project awarded to China Communications Construction Company would cost RM55bil or RM91.7mil per kilometre.

“The Government must justify why it awarded the contract which is 72.4% more expensive than the HSS study,” Pua said.
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Malaysia to revive Seremban – Port Dickson line
Thursday, November 24, 2016



MALAYSIA’s transport minister Mr Liow Tiong Lai announced on November 23 that the government is looking to adopt a public-private partnership structure to reopen the 39km branch from Seremban south of Kuala Lumpur to coastal town Port Dickson

Much of the route was realigned in the 1970s, when passenger services were withdrawn. Freight traffic was suspended in July 2008 following the derailment of an oil train, which caused extensive damage to the track

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Mind the gap: ECRL can close east-west coast economic divide, says Najib
BY AZURA ABASSYED UMAR ARIFF AND FAIRUZ MOHD SHAHAR - 28 NOVEMBER 2016 @ 10:02 PM
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PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today said the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) will be the catalyst to close the economic gap between the east and west coasts. He said based on the government's calculation, the ECRL could give the extra boost of 1.5 per cent growth in terms of gross domestic product for the three states in the east coast. “Even more so when it (ECRL) is linked with Port Klang.

It will certainly stimulate the economy. “We need connectivity. Without connectivity, we cannot open (new economic) areas as we do in the west coast. “These areas need to be stimulated. If not, there will be a divide. We want to balance things out.

This (the ECRL) is one of our big projects that can reduce the gap between the east and west coasts,” he said. Najib also brushed aside claims that the cost for the ECRL was too expensive. “This is untrue because they have to realise that every project has its own uniqueness from the aspects of topology. “If we are forced to build tunnels for example, and cut across swampland, then there will certainly be an increase in cost that we have to bear,” he said.

The prime minister said the government would conduct benchmarking exercises and assessments as well as value managements to ensure the project has a cost the government could vouch for. “If we look at the whole deal, including the financing given by Exim Bank of China that has attractive terms and conditions, the project can be seen as an enabler to stimulate our economy.”

Malaysia has sealed the deal to build the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) with China Communication Construction Company Ltd (CCCC), with financing via soft loans from Export-Import (Exim) Bank of China. The Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning agreement was recently signed between Malaysia Rail Link Sdn Bhd, CCCC and China Communications Construction Company (M) Sdn Bhd. The project, estimated to cost RM55 billion, is one of the high-impact projects under the 11th Malaysia Plan. When completed, the 620km ECRL will make products from the east coast more competitive due to cheaper transport costs, and will raise the income of industries and businesses located along the rail link route.

The project will have three phases - from Port Klang to the Integrated Transport Terminal (ITT) in Gombak; from ITT Gombak to Dungun; and from Dungun to Tumpat.

The government hopes to finalise the ECRL by the end of this year so that construction on the project can start in early 2017.

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