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Old October 24th, 2015, 06:22 AM   #381
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Ramping up to full speed
BY PATRICK LEE Sunday September 27, 2015 MYT 8-34-17 AM

MALAYSIA’S high-speed rail (HSR) connecting Kuala Lumpur to Singapore is on track, with a new company known as MyHSR Corp expected to take the lead in making the project a reality.

The company’s first chief executive Mohd Nur Ismail Mohamed Kamal speaks about what he has in mind for what may be South-East Asia’s first bullet train.

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Will MyHSR run the HSR when it is completed?

It all depends on the final project structure that the Government decides on. Depending on whether it will be a private initiative, public-private partnership (PPP) or completely Government-owned, MyHSR Corp may have to evolve depending on the structure the Government decides on.

If it’s going to be Government-owned, which other countries have done, and then privatised their systems later, then MyHSR Corp will continue on to (handle) construction.

If a PPP is chosen, then MyHSR Corp may be the nucleus that will be absorbed by a private consortium that wins the bid and then go on to construction. It’s going to be a long journey, so we need the continuous support and perseverance from not only Malaysians but also the Government.

Will MyHSR be doing anything else in the near future?

We will be hosting a competition for the design of our company logo which will be opened up to the public with attractive prizes for the best 20 designs. Interested readers can find more info at myhsr.com.my.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...to-full-speed/
Design a logo for MyHSR and win up to RM10K
Saturday October 24, 2015 MYT 9-10-43 AM
http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...o-competition/

PETALING JAYA: MyHSR Corporation Sdn Bhd is calling on all aspiring Malaysian graphic designers to design a new corporate logo in a contest with more than RM30,000 in cash prizes up for grabs.

Malaysians aged eighteen years and up are invited to create a corporate logo for the body set up by the Government of Malaysia to oversee and ensure the delivery of the Kuala Lumpur – Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project.

The best design will win RM10,000 while the first and second runners-up will win RM3,000 each. There are also 17 consolation prizes of RM1,000 each.

Logo designs must have the text “MyHSR Corp” and the colours of the Jalur Gemilang.

The contest ends Nov 4. To register for the contest or to get more details, go to www.myhsr.com.my.
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WEBSITE: http://www.myhsr.com.my/
MyHSR Corporation Sdn Bhd (MyHSR Corp) is fully owned by the Ministry of Finance Incorporated and was set up to be the developer and asset owner of the Kuala Lumpur–Singapore High-Speed Rail project (HSR) at Malaysian side, under the government's move to improve connectivity between the two countries, as currently traffic congestion is acute and far exceeds the capacity of the Causeway at Johor Bahru, with the current infrastructure provisions.

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Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong had earlier announced, in a joint press conference with Malaysia PM Najib Razak, that the HSR terminus for Singapore would be located in Jurong East. TODAY file photo
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High speed rail to generate RM100b
BY NURADZIMMAH DAIM - 22 OCTOBER 2015 @ 4:04 PM
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail project is expected to contribute RM100billion to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Dewan Rakyat was told today.

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Razali Ibrahim said out of the total, RM70 billion is expected to be generated from construction, operation and the multiplier impact of the two activities.

"The remaining RM30billion is projected from the wider economic benefit of increased activities expected in realty, tourism and service sectors.

"Malaysia and Singapore at a meeting between prime ministers Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Lee Hsien Loong, had reiterated their commitment for the project including on its terms and new date of completion" he said in reply to a question by Datuk Hasan Arifin (BN-Rompin).
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Words, words, words...

Yes, pardon me, but when are things getting moving? We have been talking about this KL-Singapore line for almost 10 years. I am very, very much in favour of this project, but it should (in my view) now move decisively ahead.

For comparison, the 1200 km between Beijing and Shanghai took 4 years to complete - including 300 km of tunnels. One should thus reasonably expect the Malaysia-Singapore project to be finalised and fully operational in much, much less than 4 years from now.
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Old November 2nd, 2015, 10:31 AM   #386
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Your example has the distinct advantage of being backed by an authoritarian state. Not a good comparison.
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Yes, pardon me, but when are things getting moving? We have been talking about this KL-Singapore line for almost 10 years. I am very, very much in favour of this project, but it should (in my view) now move decisively ahead.

For comparison, the 1200 km between Beijing and Shanghai took 4 years to complete - including 300 km of tunnels. One should thus reasonably expect the Malaysia-Singapore project to be finalised and fully operational in much, much less than 4 years from now.
I don't really get why people thought that just having a plan to build something equals to actually building it without much bureaucracy.
So what if it's China , there's still bureaucracy but way lesser than a cross-border infrastructure like a HSR and RTS. Even in Europe , where the HSR cross the continent like we eat rice , there's still plenty bureaucracy , cross-border or local, which delays many projects...
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Your example has the distinct advantage of being backed by an authoritarian state. Not a good comparison.
A project involving Malaysia and Singapore would be backed by two extremely authoritarian states. Hence a very poignant comparison.
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A project involving Malaysia and Singapore would be backed by two extremely authoritarian states. Hence a very poignant comparison.
The kind of authoritarianism present in the Malay peninsula is not the same. Only semantically does this make sense.
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Old November 6th, 2015, 06:28 AM   #390
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'High-speed rail likely to cost RM65b'
BY SHAREN KAUR - 5 NOVEMBER 2015 @ 11:00 AM
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KUALA LUMPUR: Works on the proposed high-speed rail (HSR) linking Kuala Lumpur and Singapore may commence in early 2018 and likely at a cost of RM65 billion, said people familiar with the matter.

It is understood that the current estimated HSR cost per kilometre for systems and track is US$10 million (RM42.6 million).

“This means, for a total length of 350km, the systems and track workS would cost RM15 billion. Civil infrastructure cost is about three times more than the systems and track works so we are looking at RM45 billion.

“We also estimate that there should be at least 60 four-car train sets, with 30 sets each to serve the express and transit services. The cost to purchase the 60 sets would be about RM5 billion.

“These are the current estimates for the HSR project based on today’s market price for raw materials and the value of the ringgit versus the US dollar,” sources said.

Business Times was the first to report more than five years ago that it could cost the Malaysian government around RM40 billion to build the HSR link, including RM10 billion to buy high-speed trains.

The HSR is expected to cut travel time between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to 90 minutes, from about five hours now.

The Malaysian terminus will be located in Bandar Malaysia, about 3km from Kuala Lumpur’s financial district, while Singapore’s will be located at the current site of the Jurong Country Club in Jurong East.

According to the source, private parties are proposing to build the HSR link in return for a 50-year concession.

“That is how long it would take for them to recover their investment in the HSR project should it cost RM65 billion. Both Malaysia and Singapore are still in discussions over how to implement the project.

“It could be on a government-to- government business model where the Japanese or Chinese can come up with the money and fund the development. Nothing is firm yet,” the source said.

Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Razali Ibrahim said recently that only four per cent of the rail would be in Singapore.

He also said that the HSR is expected to contribute RM100 billion to the country’s gross domestic product.

Meanwhile, Malaysia High-Speed Rail Corp Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Mohd Nur Ismail Mohamed Kamal told Business Times that the bilateral agreement was expected to be signed by early next year.

“Once the agreement is signed, it would take about one year or so for tenders to come out. We are fine- tuning details of the proposed alignment and design. We are open to bids from various parties,” he said.
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Four-car sets? On a HSR?

For reference, how many coaches does the Ekspress Rakyat between JB and KL run on a single train?
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KUALA LUMPUR HSR TERMINUS
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For reference, how many coaches does the Ekspress Rakyat between JB and KL run on a single train?
Multiple EMU sets can be coupled together to make longer trains.
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Now open. Just went just to KTX Exhibition at Nu Sentral just now.

Panorama view inside the exhibition. The right hand side is the full screen KTX driving cab simulator (Theater 4D it says). In front is the simpler one screen KTX driving simulator.

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Gathering speed to get ahead
BY MENG YEW CHOONG Tuesday, 1 December 2015
http://www.thestar.com.my/metro/comm...st-in-project/

SOUTH Korea has made clear its plan to bid for a slice of the HSR (high-speed railway) project stretching from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore.

In a highly-visible demonstration of its intent, it has spent handsomely to create a lavish showroom of high-speed railway technology on the first floor of Nu Sentral, Kuala Lumpur.

The effort was spearheaded by state-owned Korea Rail Network Authority (KRNA), which is leading a consortium of 50 enterprises to land the project estimated to cost RM40bil.

The 157sq m showroom was unveiled last week in a simple ceremony attended by KRNA chairman and chief executive officer Kang Yeong Il.

KRNA Malaysian regional director Kim Chung Gi said the battle for the prestigious project would likely be a three-cornered fight with the Chinese and the Japanese.

The showroom, open from 10am to 10pm daily, presents clearly the argument for the KL-Singapore HSR in a concise manner, detailing the breakdown of time needed to move along the 340km-line that will also feature five stops between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

To its credit, the exhibits are not just about showcasing Korean prowess in rail and civil engineering as it also presents a broader view of the prevalence of HSR elsewhere in the world.

There is a global map, as well as detailed map of peninsular Malaysia, in relation to how it can be transformed by HSR.

The most sophisticated draw of the showroom is the 4D theatre that is aptly built into the shell of a HSR locomotive.

There are only six seats inside the experiential theatre that airs 20 shows daily, first show at 10.30am, last show at 9pm. Each show is about five minutes long, and 3D glasses are supplied free.

South Korea is the fourth country in the world to have constructed HSR (after Japan, France and China) capable of exceeding 420kph on conventional rail.

KRNA had participated in the recent request for information exercises conducted by the Malaysia Land Public Transport Commission and Singapore’s Land Transport Authority last month.

Currently, South Korea operates the 417.4-km Gyeongbu HSR and the 182.3-km Honam HSR, while the Suseo (61.1km) and Wonju-Gangneung (120.7km) HSR projects are still under construction.
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LTA, Malaysia's Land Public Transport Commission launch market sensing exercise for KL-S'pore High Speed Rail
By Nisha Ramchandani OCT 7, 201512:45 PM
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Malaysia's Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and Singapore's Land
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MALAYSIA'S Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and Singapore's Land Transport Authority (LTA) have jointly launched a market sensing exercise with a request for information (RFI) on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR).

Since the HSR was first announced in February 2013, both governments have been working to further develop the project.

The RFI is a consultation exercise to determine market interest in the project and garner opinions from industry players on certain commercial and technical aspects.

The ongoing bilateral discussions and formal tender process will take into account the feedback received.

In a joint statement, Malaysian Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Abdul Wahid Omar and Singapore Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Minister for Transport Khaw Boon Wan said: "This market sounding exercise marks a major milestone in our HSR journey. It is important for us to be properly informed of the industry views. We want to use this exercise to gauge market interest in the project and solicit views on different models and approaches. The feedback is crucial in helping us refine and validate our options, which will in turn help ensure a successful tender process subsequently."

The RFI exercise is slated to finish by year-end.

Interested parties should visit SPAD's website (www.spad.gov.my) or LTA's website (www.lta.gov.sg/hsr) for more information.
RFI for KL-Singapore rail project undergoing data analysis
Friday, 11 December 2015 | MYT 3:29 PM
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Request for Information (RFI) exercise on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project, which has been completed, is undergoing data analysis, said the Minister of Transport Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

He said following the completion of the data analysis, an open tender for the HSR project would commence.

"We also had an open tender for the RFI and the data submitted is being summarised by various companies," he told reporters after launching the first China High-Speed Railway Showcase on Friday.

Liow said public feedback on the HSR project was also required to conclude discussions with the Singapore counterparts.

Previously, the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and the Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) had received 98 submissions, coming from across the HSR value chain and included entities based in Malaysia, Singapore, the Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

Meanwhile, the five-day showcase organised by China Railway is a collaboration with SPAD and Han Culture Centre Malaysia (HCCM).

Earlier in his speech, Liow said public ridership on land transportation nationwide would reach 500,000 this year and over 800,000 by 2020.

China Railway Chinese Fellow of Chinese Academy of Engineering He Huawu said as at end of 2015, there would be more than 19,000 km of high-speed rail in operation globally.

"China serves the longest mileage and the most advance of HSR structures in the world," he said.

He said China built at least 34 lines of the HSR globally which covered 160 cities, with more than 3,000 electric multiple unit in a daily operation with over three million passengers," he said. - Bernama
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KL-Singapore HSR gains momentum
BY ADRIAN CHAN Tuesday, 15 December 2015
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KUALA LUMPUR: Some 14 companies were invited by officials from Malaysia and Singapore to present “in-depth” views on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project.

Land Public Transport Commis*sion (SPAD) chairman of Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar said it had reached a stage where there was “a lot of interest” in the HSR project.

He revealed that the commission received more than 220 enquiries during the project’s request for information (RFI) stage.

“Ninety-eight firms made written submissions of their ideas on how the project should be implemented. And we invited 14 companies to give in-depth views in person,” said Syed Hamid during the China High Speed Railway symposium at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre yesterday.

He said the interviews were conducted by SPAD and Singapore’s Land Transport Authority.

Transport Oriented Development – a mixed-use residential and commercial area designed to maximise access to public transport – would be carried out along the HSR line, said Syed Hamid.

“I believe the HSR project will transform the landscape of transportation and will bring long-term economic social benefit to Malaysia and Singapore,” he said.

Syed Hamid also congratulated China Railway Corporation, one of the 14 short-listed companies, for taking the initiative in organising the symposium.

“China has not only shown the interest but showed they are keen to win the bid. This is something that we can say about the Chinese companies,” he said.

Syed Hamid said China had already contributed heavily in Malaysia’s transport industry, having supplied more than 80% of the rolling stocks in the country.

“Now we have the track from Kuala Lumpur right up to Sg Besar, all using rolling stocks from China. Now even our LRT is going to use rolling stocks from Chinese companies,” he said.

He added that China had promised to work with SPAD Academy in revising its module and curriculum to upgrade the skills of its members.

Syed Hamid said Malaysia was expected to spend RM160bil in railway projects including the MRT line, the LRT line extension as well as double tracking and electrification of KTM tracks.

Both China and Japan are competing with each other for HSR construction projects around the world and have expressed interest in the project here.
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