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Old October 31st, 2017, 10:49 AM   #21
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Malaysia-Singapore CIQ & JB Sentral Railway Station
Customs, Immigration and Quarantine ("CIQ") Complex and the current Johor Causeway ("Causeway"), which links Johor Bahru and Woodlands in Singapore


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Singapore Institute of Technology Assistant Professor (engineering cluster) Andrew Ng said the target completion date of 2024 for the RTS link may be achievable, barring any coordination and cooperation issues between both countries.


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SunCon, WCT potential candidates in Johor RM2.6b bus rapid transit project
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KUALA LUMPUR: The proposed bus rapid transit (BRT) project in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor could see Sunway Construction and WCT Holdings emerging as potential candidates, says CIMB Equities Research.

The research house said on Monday that 90% of the coverage of the BRT system will be in Iskandar Malaysia, which measures 2,217 sq km. The BRT system will be 51km in length with 39 stations, the longest and most comprehensive BRT project by far.

CIMB Research pointed out the new BRT system will cost RM2.6bil and is expected to be completed and operational by 2021 (four years from now).

Last Friday, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak launched new initiatives for the state of Johor. These include the rolling out of a BRT project, which is a new and major infrastructure project there. This came along with other “goodies” for the state that include RM360mil in development expenditure (DE) to build 2,380 affordable homes by 2020.

BRT is a transit system that uses dedicated busways with modern and universal access stations, integrated pedestrian access, rapid boarding, high service frequency and coverage of major catchment areas.

The first BRT project, located in Sunway (5.4km), was awarded in 2013 and completed in 2015 at a cost of RM634mil. The second BRT system, which will run from KL to Klang (RM2bil), is in the tender phase and could be awarded by 1H18.

“While it is too premature to name potential winners for this new BRT project, it is worth mentioning that Sunway Construction, a subsidiary of Sunway Bhd, could emerge as among the frontrunners given its experience in the BRT 1 project and its ongoing tender for the BRT 2 (KL-Klang line).

“Another potential contender is WCT Holdings, which is presently among the five consortiums tendering for the RM2bil KL-Klang BRT,” it said.

CIMB Research pointed out the size and scale of the Johor BRT project suggest a greater pool of potential beneficiaries given the large number of stations to be built (39 stations).

What is unclear at this point is the project’s details, including the length of the guideways (above-ground scope), if any. Johor BRT will be constructed over four phases.

It said BRT systems are an emerging new angle under the government’s public transport upgrade plans and could take off in a big way in 2018, led by the potential award of the RM2bil BRT KL-Klang.

Apart from the new BRT Johor, there is also an existing proposal to build a BRT system in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

“Maintain Overweight on the sector, with Gamuda as our top pick for the bigger rail theme,” it said.
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Weekend shuttle bus (saturday and sunday) from Tampines MRT & Punggol MRT (Singapore) to AEON Bandar Dato' Onn (Johor Bahru)..

**this is very good.. hope Causeway Link or other bus service in JB will provide this service as well.. (JB Sentral to Aeon Bandar Dato' Onn also Adda Heights area & other parts as well during weekends etc)

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Old November 3rd, 2017, 12:13 PM   #28
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Effective 1 March 2017, the turnstiles at Gate A of JB Sentral for the Shuttle Tebrau are in operation. The turnstiles operate with scanning the barcode provided below the tickets. With the similar barcode provided on the KTM E-Tickets* from 12Go Asia, BusOnlineTicket or Easybook, this also eliminates the need to exchange the A4 printout for the actual ticket.
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Sultan of Johor consents revised Rapid Transit System Link alignment design
By Rizalman Hammim - November 17, 2017 @ 3:44pm



(File pix) Sultan of Johor Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar (centre) granting an audience with SPAD chief executive officer Mohd Azharuddin Mat Sah and his senior management team at Istana Bukit Pelangi, Johor Baru on Tuesday. Pix courtesy of Royal Press Office

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JOHOR BARU: Sultan of Johor Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar has agreed on the revised Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link alignment design as proposed by the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD).

The ruler conveyed his agreement after granting an audience with SPAD chief executive officer Mohd Azharuddin Mat Sah and his senior management team at Istana Bukit Pelangi here on Tuesday, where they presented the ruler with several options for the project.

In a statement, SPAD said these alignment options took into account the suggestions made by Sultan Ibrahim during an earlier audience that the ruler granted on September 19.

“His Majesty has agreed to the option of a 25m high bridge which will cross the Straits of Johor in a straight line, while still complying with the Marine Department technical guidelines for a minimum of 25m air draught clearance.

“His Majesty also stressed the importance of ensuring adequate traffic dispersal at the RTS Bukit Chagar station area, and SPAD will act on it,” SPAD said.

The commission said it wishes to convey its gratitude to Sultan Ibrahim for giving his full support for the RTS project, and extended its appreciation to the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan for his guidance on the project.

In August, Sultan Ibrahim expressed his reservations on the proposed design of the RTS rail track, including an elevated bridge, linking Woodlands in Singapore and Bukit Chagar, Johor Baru.

Speaking during an exclusive interview with the New Straits Times Press group, Sultan Ibrahim said while he welcomed the project, he disagreed with the overall curve-shaped design of the track, as well as the plan to build the bridge as high as 30m above water in the middle section.

He was reported as saying that the bridge would disrupt the city skyline along the Johor Straits, adding the proposed curved design of the rail link, as well as the elevated bridge, was impractical, unsustainable and potentially costly.

In September, Abdul Rahman met Sultan Ibrahim to provide details on the RTS project and the ruler had expressed his views

The RTS, which was announced by the Malaysian and Singaporean governments seven years ago, is expected to accommodate up to 10,000 passengers an hour in each direction between its terminus stations at Bukit Chagar and Woodlands.

On the Singapore side, the rail link will join the republic's Mass Rapid Transit at its upcoming Thomson East Coast Line (TEL), which will open in phases from 2019 to 2024.
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RTS Link to ferry up to 10,000 passengers per hour per direction
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System Link (RTS Link) will have the capacity to carry up to 10,000 passengers per hour per direction.

The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) in a joint statement said the RTS Link's passenger capacity was higher than the average capacity of 300 passengers per hour per direction that Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) is ferrying now.

This would mean that the line will be able to handle an additional 60,000 users, who are expected to cross the Causeway during peak hours.

"The RTS Link will have the capacity to carry up to 10,000 passengers per hour per direction, which translates to additional capacity of 60,000 users crossing the Causeway during peak hours.

"Passengers travelling in either direction will clear both Malaysia and Singapore authorities at the point of departure, and need not go through immigration clearance again at the point of arrival," it said.

Both Malaysian and Singapore would have their Custom, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) facilities in Bukit Chagar and Woodlands North to facilitate passenger flow.

The KTMB Tebrau Shuttle services to Singapore will cease operation six months after the RTS Link starts operating, which has been targeted to begin by December 2024.

The fares would be set commercially by an operating company that would be appointed by both governments. Malaysia and Singapore will not be regulating the fares.

“Both governments will jointly appoint an operating company (OpCo) to own, design, build, finance, operate, maintain and renew the RTS Link’s operating assets such as trains, tracks, systems.

“The OpCo will pay a concession fee to the two countries in exchange for the right to collect fare revenue from operating the RTS Link,” it said.

Both countries have also agree to appoint Prasarana and LTA as the infrastructure companies to fund, build, own, maintain, and renew the civil infrastructure and stations within their respective territories.

The governments have also decided that Prasarana and SMRT will jointly operate the RTS Link for the first concession period, which would cover the first 30 years of operation.

“Both governments welcomed the exchange of letters between the Malaysian Prime Minister’s Department, Prasarana, LTA, and SMRT Corporation Ltd, recording their commitment for Prasarana and SMRT to form a Joint Venture (JV) Company to be the OpCo for the first concession period.

“The companies have committed to incorporate the JV by 30 June 2018, and to sign the concession agreement by 30 September 2018. Subsequent concessions will be awarded through open tender,” it said.

The RTS Link will cross the Straits of Johor via a 25m-high bridge, linking the Bukit Chagar Station in Johor Baru to the RTS Link Woodlands North Station in Singapore.

“For economies of scale, the RTS Link will utilise the same four core systems (trains, signalling system, communications system, and Integrated Supervisory Control System) as Singapore’s upcoming Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL).

“Heavy maintenance will be outsourced to the TEL Operator – SMRT Trains – at the TEL’s Mandai Depot, though there will also be a light maintenance facility at Bukit Chagar,” it added.

Malaysia and Singapore today signed a bilateral agreement on the RTS Link, eight years after the idea was mooted.

The agreement was signed by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan, who represented Malaysia, and Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Minister for Transport Khaw Boon Wan, on behalf of Singapore.

The signing ceremony was witnessed by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his Singaporean counterpart Lee Hsien Loong.

The bilateral agreement captured the key points of agreement on the RTS Link project, including the technical, safety and security requirements, commercial, financing, procurement and regulatory frameworks, as well as customs, immigration and quarantine arrangements.
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SINGAPORE: Malaysia and Singapore today signed a bilateral agreement on the Rapid Transit System (RTS) link, eight years after the idea was first mooted.

The agreement was signed by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Abd Rahman Dahlan, who represented Malaysia, and Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Minister for Transport Khaw Boon Wan, on behalf of Singapore.

The agreement was signed at the end of the 8th Malaysia - Singapore Leaders' Retreat at the Istana here.

It was witnessed by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his Singaporean counterpart Lee Hsien Loong.

Lee, in his remark, said the RTS project is an important long term cross border project that will benefit thousands of daily commuters and reduce congestion at the Causeway, when it is completed in 2024.

"The RTS Link will also replace the KTM Bhd shuttle service to Woodlands when it becomes operational but in the meantime, we will increase the shuttle service," said Lee.

Lee said the RTS is an ambitious and complicated project.

"Like all projects that involved more than one government and spans more than one term of government, it requires a long term commitment that have been formalised in an agreement that we signed today.

"It is a binding agreement and whoever the government is on either side, it is an agreement that they inherit and are party to and if there are any new ideas, it is something that will be dealt with.

“I have no doubt on the Singapore side, we have every intention to implement what we have signed," said Lee.

Najib said he looks forward to the RTS project as it would provide a seamless connectivity between the two countries.

"While we wait for the project, we have to look at the current congestion at the Causeway because there are reports today of massive congestion during peak hours and especially during the festive season and school holidays where people from both sides need to wait for three to four hours.

"There are several proposals that we are looking at to resolve the problem and one of them is to review the toll at the Second Link to attract more people to use that checkpoint. This is something that we will take back and communicate with each other and hopefully, we can come to a decision as soon as possible," said Najib.

The RTS, which was announced by the Malaysian and Singaporean governments in 2010, is expected to accommodate up to 10,000 passengers an hour in each direction between its terminus stations at Bukit Chagar and Woodlands.

On the Singapore side, the rail link will join the republic's Mass Rapid Transit at its upcoming Thomson East Coast Line (TEL), which will open in phases from 2019 to 2024.

The two governments also a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the field of education.

The MoU was signed by Education Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid and Singapore's Minister for Education (Schools) Ng Chee Meng.
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