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Old September 11th, 2006, 09:14 AM   #121
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Kepong Sentral KTM Komuter station. (New)
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Old September 11th, 2006, 09:30 AM   #122
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Electrified Double Track Project Between Rawang To Ipoh

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Proposed 14 standard Halts and Stations for the Rawang - Ipoh high-speed line. Located between Rawang to Ipoh.

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Electrified Double Track Project Between Rawang To Ipoh

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Old September 15th, 2006, 05:49 PM   #124
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The Ipoh Railway Station, an architectural grandeur and pride of the city, is undergoing major refurbishment to complement KTM Berhad’s RM4bil electrified double tracking project from Rawang to Ipoh.

Once completed, it will blend the 85-year-old colonial atmosphere with the unique ultra-modern facilities.

Built in 1917, the station with its Moorish architecture ranks second in terms of elegance after Kuala Lumpur’s landmark station. Both stations were designed by architect A.R. Hubback.

The most imposing portion of the station is the concrete three-storey building which houses the railway administrative offices as well as the Majestic Station Hotel which occupies the mezzanine and upper floors.

Except for a new coat of paint, minor repairs and a change of roofings, the main structure and the facade of the heritage building would remain unchanged.

The bulk of upgrading works would be on the platform area located behind the station building.

The platform roof, with an ultra modern design would take the shape of an inverse curve, spanning over two new platforms.

The tracks would be re-aligned to bring them further away from the station building.

New features at the platform area are elevators, escalators and overhead bridges for passengers to get from one platform to another.

“All the facilities will be disabled-friendly.

“One of the two existing underpasses would be closed. Only the underpass near Fryer Road would be retained to allow people to walk to the platforms.

“Other features at the railway station would be waiting areas with retail kiosks,” said KTMB public relations officer Azizah Ujang.

Also planned are two ancillary buildings on both sides of the railway station which would house the parcel room, courier room and the mechanical and electrical rooms.

The refurbishment of the railway station, costing RM6.3mil, is undertaken by DRB-Hicom Bhd which would also be constructing 15 other new station buildings and halts along the 402km-long new track.

Veritas Architects was given the job of designing the Ipoh project including all the other stations along the route.

Those who may not be too happy with the refurbishment of the railway station could be the stall operators located by the sides of the station as the areas they now occupy had been earmarked for parking lots and a TNB feeder substation.

The Ipoh City Council confirmed that the stall operators have been issued with eviction notices and would be relocated to a temporary site.
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Ipoh Railway Station
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Old September 24th, 2006, 08:28 AM   #127
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RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AT BATU GAJAH







Minister Officiates The Ground Breaking Of Batu Gajah’s New Railway Station - 18th March 2004

The Minister of Transport Dato’ Sri Chan Kong Choy officiated Batu Gajah’s new railway station at a ground breaking ceremony at Kampung Pisang Batu Gajah, Perak.

In his speech he said the KTM Berhad's Central Workshop and Railway Training Centre would be set up there to help boost Batu Gajah town as the hub for major railway-based activities in the country.

Two complexes, would be developed on the 160-hectare site and are expected to be completed in 2008 at a total cost of about RM400 million. They would have a combined workforce of 500.


The first complex, i.e the central workshop, would replace those found in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur. It is a part of the new Rail Infrastructure Development Project, and would undertake major maintenance and overhaul on KTM's rolling stock.

Another important complex would be the new railway-training centre, which would accommodate the growing demand for expertise in the railway sector and to enhance manpower skills.

The project is one of the 12 under the electrified double-tracking project connecting Rawang and Ipoh. The others are in Serendah, Rasa, Batang Kali, Kuala Kubu Baru, Tanjung Malim, Behrang, Slim River, Sungkai, Tapah Road, Kampar and Ipoh.

Dato’ Sri Chan added that the proposed training centre could also play the role of "centre of excellence" that could benefit other railway authorities in Southeast Asia.

The Railway Infrastructure Development Project as a whole would also act as a catalyst for downstream activities in the area. This will create the much needed employment opportunities and raise the quality of life of the people of Perak, and Batu Gajah.

Also present at the function were Barisan Nasional candidate for Batu Gajah Datuk Ong Ka Chuan, Transport Ministry secretary-general Datuk Zaharah Shaari, KTMB chairman Tan Sri Thong Yaw Hong and KTMB managing director Encik Mohd Salleh Abdullah.

DRB-HICOM Berhad is the main contractor for Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) electrified double-tracking project.



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Road Builder awarded RM348m Perak rail project
September 23 2006
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The company says the Batu Gajah railway project was secured through a bidding process and the construction period is 33 months

ROAD Builder (M) Holdings Bhd has received a letter of award from the Government to build and maintain a railway project in Batu Gajah, Perak, worth RM348.13 million.

The project, awarded via the Transport Ministry, is for Package 1, comprising workshops and depots.

In a statement to Bursa Malaysia yesterday, Road Builder said the project was secured through a bidding process. The construction period for the project is 33 months.

Road Builder said the project requires the company to undertake the design, construction to completion, testing, commissioning and maintenance of workshops and depots, equipment, trackworks, mechanical and electrical works, and infrastructure works.

The company said the project should contribute positively to the group's earnings for the financial year ending June 30 2007.

For the first half of the year, the group's net profit was RM39.1 million on the back of RM525.8 million revenue.

On Bursa Malaysia yesterday, its shares closed 60 sen higher at RM2.64 on a volume of 32,899 shares.

In August, Road Builder had announced that its subsidiary Road Builder (M) Sdn Bhd, in joint venture with Syarikat Pembenaan Fajar Baru (Rembau) Sdn Bhd, had accepted a letter of award for Package 2 of the project.

The package, comprising staff quarters and a training school, was worth RM74.95 million and is expected to be completed in 24 months.
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Old October 31st, 2006, 12:06 PM   #128
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Penang Monorail

Three firms bid for rail project
Tuesday October 31, 2006
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PENANG: Three companies are bidding for the RM1.2bil monorail project here.

Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon, who said this, declined to name the companies.

He said the project was undertaken as a private financed initiative (PFI) and the proposals by the three companies were now with the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) and Finance Ministry.

“The state government will still have a say in the project despite it being a PFI,” he said.

“We will need to acquire land for the project and ensure that the ride charges are reasonable.

“We will also need to integrate the public bus route with the monorail’s to ensure they do not clash,” he added.

Dr Koh said that it was more feasible and viable to carry out the project as a PFI as a private company would finance, build and operate the monorail.

He was speaking to reporters after outgoing state police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Christopher Wan and his successor DCP Datuk Koh Hong Sun visited him at his office yesterday.

It was reported recently that the Penang Port Sdn Bhd (PPSB) was bidding for the project.

It had proposed a modern electric tram system with a cruising speed of up to 100kmph operating at a frequency of five-minute intervals.

Routes proposed for the monorail system were from the Penang International Airport to the Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal (Phase 1 – 18km), ferry terminal to Paya Terubong (Phase 2 – 11km) and Komtar to Tanjung Tokong (Phase 3 – 9.5km).
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Electrified Double Track Project Between Rawang To Ipoh

Before high voltage cabel been installed
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Tapah Station
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Donated Rails to Cambodia @ Ipoh Station
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@ Ipoh Station
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Old November 7th, 2006, 10:38 PM   #132
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You made a double post!

Thanks for all the wonderful updates and pictures, it's good to see country like Malaysia investing so much in it's railway network. Good sustainable development is always good for the economy and the people.

The stations look very modern and clean.

Keep on posting!
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Old November 8th, 2006, 05:34 AM   #133
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The Ipoh railway station looks great.... ...the modern roof blends well with the old colonial style railway building, can't wait to go to Ipoh via train in 2008. .
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Old November 18th, 2006, 11:40 AM   #134
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Electrified Double Track Project Sentul - Batu Caves
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In line with the Government’s Policy to alleviate road congestion and enhance the existing public transportation system, it has become indispensable to extend the existing Klang Valley Commuter Network to Batu Caves. Upon completion, residence in the Selayang/Gombak municipality would benefit from a high capacity railway service that would also serve as an alternative means for road transportation. The existing single track route will be upgraded to a double track and equipped with new infrastructure, i.e., new bridges, underpasses, drainage systems, new Sentul and Batu Caves Stations, new halts at Taman Wahyu, Kampung Batu and Batu Kentonmen, overhead electrification system 25kV AC (single phase) including modern signalling and communication system. The project is expected to commence in the third quarter of 2004 and expected to complete within a period of 30 months.



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Proposed three halts and an end station at an environmentally and historically sensitive site as an extension of the Kuala Lumpur commuter line located in Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur.







Extension on track
Saturday November 18, 2006
By LAI CHOR WENG
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THE much-awaited Sentul-Batu Caves extension of the KTM Komuter system will be completed by May 2009.

KTM Bhd managing director Datuk Mohd Salleh Abdullah said the project site was handed over to contractor YTL Corporation Bhd last Friday.

“The time for completion is 30 months from the date of site possession,” he said after KTMB's Hari Raya open house at its workshop in Sentul on Thursday.

The extension, which will cost RM515mil, will enable the Port Klang-Sentul commuter train service to be extended another 7.2km to Batu Caves.

New stations will be constructed at Sentul, Batu Cantonment, Batu Village, Taman Wahyu and Batu Caves.

The project will also involve the construction of a second track, electrification and signalling.

Mohd Salleh also said the KTM workshop in Batu Gajah would be completed in 33 months.

He said the 161ha site, which would contain a workshop, depot, training centre and quarters, was handed over to the contractor on Nov 8.

The RM410mil project was awarded to Road Builder (Malaysia) Bhd.

In his welcome speech, Mohd Salleh thanked KTM staff who willingly sacrificed Hari Raya and Deepavali to keep the trains running.

Present at the Hari Raya do were KTMB chairman Tan Sri Lim Ah Lek, board members, KTMB senior management, as well as current and former KTMB staff.
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Upgrading and electrification of Rawang - Ipoh line, Malaysia
for the Malaysian State Railway Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad KTMB

With the help of Siemens Transportation Systems, the single-track, non-electrified 179-km-long line will be electrified and upgraded for double-track operation from 2008 onwards. The network of double-track lines already existing in Kuala Lumpur is to be extended northward from Rawang to Ipoh. This line is operated by KTMB (Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad), the Malaysian State Railway.

As leader of a consortium that includes Balfour Beatty, Siemens is responsible for the project management, systems engineering, design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the subsystems: communication, CCTV, station SCADA, automatic fare collection, as well as the power supply and overhead contact line systems.

The overall project scope encompasses the infrastructure with civil work, trackworks, station construction, signalling, a new operating area and system works.

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Delivery time	2001 - 1st quarter of 2007
Route length	179 km
Stations	13 stations, 14 interlockings, 2 halts
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Old December 7th, 2006, 06:13 PM   #136
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Nice railway line.

Cool old and new
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Old December 7th, 2006, 06:17 PM   #137
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i don't understand...i thought the government sets this project on hold?
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Old December 14th, 2006, 05:48 AM   #138
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UEM World to complete Rawang-Ipoh project for RM766.97m

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The Rawang-Ipoh electrified double track rail project is back on track after UEM World Bhd received government approval to undertake the project for a contract sum of RM766.97 million.

UEM World said on Dec 13 the government had accepted its offer to complete the project and a formal contract would be executed soon.

The contract would involve the construction, completion, testing, commissioning and maintenance of the railway track.

“The period of the contract is for 22 months, commencing from June 1, 2005 to March 31, 2007,” it said, adding more details of the contract would be made available upon announcement of the execution of the contract.

UEM World added it intended to novate the contract to its 57.1% subsidiary UEM Builders Bhd upon the execution of the contract.

UEM Builders’ unit, UEM Construction Sdn Bhd, had been undertaking the works for the double track rail project on an interim basis since its appointment by the government on June 1, 2005.

UEM Construction took over the multi-billion ringgit project, which was 88% completed by former main contractor DRB-Hicom Bhd.

DRB-Hicom had pulled out of the contract after being owed by the government for dues on work already done as well as RM700 million in variation orders.

UEM World and UEM Builders share prices closed two sen higher to RM1.71 and RM1.39, respectively. DRB-Hicom was unchanged at RM1.58.
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Old December 22nd, 2006, 01:17 AM   #139
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Kuantan Sentral and FIRST proposal

http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/n...le/local1_html

Kuantan Sentral coming up
21 Dec 2006
M. Hamzah Jamaludin

KUANTAN: A state-of-the-art railway station similar to KL Sentral will be built on a 24-hectare site in Bukti Goh here.

The integrated railway station will be built in tandem with the proposed express rail link from Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan.

Construction will begin in about seven years and should be finished by 2015.

It will be the main connecting point between the west coast railway network and the proposed east coast express rail system.

The present connection does not go through Kuantan. It runs from Kuala Lumpur to Gemas, Mentakab, Pasir Mas and Tumpat.

The Kuala Lumpur-Kuantan express rail link and Kuantan Sentral are among the national projects included in the Kuantan Local Plan 2004-2015.

The draft is on display now.

Kuantan Municipal Council president Datuk Mohammad Safian Ismail said the Kuala Lumpur-Kuantan rail link will be about 245km long.

The trains will run at up to 190kph and make the journey in 60 to 90 minutes.

"We have identified the alignment for the proposed track.

"Most of the areas involved are private land," he said.

If there are no objections, he said the council will submit the draft to the Town and Country Planning Department in March so it can be gazetted, after which, the authorities are expected to begin acquiring the land.

A year ago ,Town and Country Planning Department director-general Datuk Mohd Fadzil Mohd Khir told all east coast local authorities to identify the route for the proposed express rail service that will link Johor Baru to Kuala Terengganu and Kota Baru.

The east coast express railway system will be part of the Fast Inter-city Railway System (First) that will link all major cities in the country.

Apart from Kuantan, the east and west coast railways will have a connection between Kota Baru and Alor Star. The railway network will become the backbone of the National Integrated Transportation System.

It is part of the proposed Trans-Asian Railway network.

"First"was approved during the National Physical Planning Council meeting chaired by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi last year.


Im quite impressed with the FIRST proposal and the KL Kuantan ERL. They say the draft is on display now...any idea where and how to get access to this info?

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so how will they build the line to kuantan?Is it using the existing metre gauge or they will build a new line crossing the banjaran titiwangsa wa that will be good we'll have our mountain railway just like switzerland.
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