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Old January 10th, 2013, 04:58 PM   #1841
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KTMB tamat operasi komuter lebih awal

KUALA LUMPUR: Perkhidmatan tren akhir KTM Komuter ke semua destinasi akan ditamatkan 30 minit hingga sejam lebih awal berbanding jadual asal mulai Sabtu ini.

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) dalam satu kenyataan semalam berkata pembatalan tren terakhir itu bertujuan mempercepat dan menggiatkan penyiapan kerja baik pulih landasan yang dilaksanakan pada jam 12 tengah malam hingga jam 5 pagi setiap hari di beberapa lokasi di rangkaian komuter.

Jadual tren yang terbabit adalah dari Rawang ke Sungai Gadut mencakupi dua tren terakhir jam 10.15 malam dan jam 10.45 malam; Sungai Gadut ke Rawang (10.14 malam); Pelabuhan Klang ke Batu Caves (10.40 malam); dan Batu Caves ke Pelabuhan Klang (10.40 malam).

Pengguna yang biasanya menggunakan tren akhir KTM Komuter dinasihat merancang semula jadual perjalanan, kata kenyataan itu.
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Old January 12th, 2013, 05:52 PM   #1842
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They really need to build east coast rail to Kuantan, Terengganu and KB.
Yup. I heard 'bout the proposal. But I kinda wonder when the project will be realized. We'll just have to wait and see.
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Old January 13th, 2013, 03:52 AM   #1843
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Old January 13th, 2013, 04:45 PM   #1844
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So my guess was right, it was on the car park at Jabatan Air Melaka!
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Old January 14th, 2013, 12:34 AM   #1845
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All of must come down to tumpat station. It just like u go bacl to early 1940s...evident how we desperately need a modern train system as what our counterpart at west coast get
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Old January 15th, 2013, 02:39 PM   #1846
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Old January 15th, 2013, 03:05 PM   #1847
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ONLY after UMNO rule Kelantan
U cant really put a simple statement on top of a bunch of factors.
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Old January 15th, 2013, 04:00 PM   #1848
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Didn't know Malacca used to have a railway station. Based on the railway map, the line from Tampin to downtown Melaka will be around 20km at most. KTM should really build the Melaka line just like the branch line from Senai to Port of Tanjung Pelepas in Johor, which I suppose is over 40km at least.

If land acquisition is an issue, just build an elevated line.
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Old January 15th, 2013, 04:10 PM   #1849
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Didn't know Malacca used to have a railway station. Based on the railway map, the line from Tampin to downtown Melaka will be around 20km at most. KTM should really build the Melaka line just like the branch line from Senai to Port of Tanjung Pelepas in Johor, which I suppose is over 40km at least.

If land acquisition is an issue, just build an elevated line.
Elevated section for KTM needs to be planned carefully.

Especially the gradient, for which the main line section, it cannot have steep gradient. It must have gentle gradient so that both cargo and passenger trains can reach higher elevation with decent power.

That said, I would say the KTM line to Malacca city is very very necessary and would be a much better idea than the airport in the first place.
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Old January 15th, 2013, 04:25 PM   #1850
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Elevated section for KTM needs to be planned carefully.

Especially the gradient, for which the main line section, it cannot have steep gradient. It must have gentle gradient so that both cargo and passenger trains can reach higher elevation with decent power.

That said, I would say the KTM line to Malacca city is very very necessary and would be a much better idea than the airport in the first place.
Totally agreed with your point of "much better idea than the airport" which is under utilized.
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Old January 16th, 2013, 02:12 PM   #1851
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If elevated line is really considered seriously and the line is built solely to transport passenger, a rapid transit may be a better choice.
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Old January 16th, 2013, 07:14 PM   #1852
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The old alignment has 6 stops in between Tampin and Tanjung Kling, it will be good if there is a commuter train type of service or even a rail bus from Tampin to Melaka City passing through the major tourist attraction like Ayer Keroh. Noticed in Japan there are a lot of single car rail service for smaller cities. Melaka has not got enough critical mass to support a Rapid Transit at this time in my opinion afterall, if that were to happen it will be under the scope of KTM.
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Old January 23rd, 2013, 08:09 AM   #1853
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i heard that there would be a rail system linking all PUTRAJAYA key government locations.

estimated to be over 40 stations/stops.

one of the station will interchange with ERL - Putrajaya Transit station.

Anyone has any information regarding the above?
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Old January 23rd, 2013, 09:05 AM   #1854
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i heard that there would be a rail system linking all PUTRAJAYA key government locations.

estimated to be over 40 stations/stops.

one of the station will interchange with ERL - Putrajaya Transit station.

Anyone has any information regarding the above?
Proposed Putrajaya Monorail..just a planning
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Old January 23rd, 2013, 10:49 AM   #1855
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It's not really "proposed" as a lot of infrastructure had already been build. The bridge, tunnel even station box are already complete. There's even signage at precinct 1 to the monorail station
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Old January 24th, 2013, 04:08 AM   #1856
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It's not really "proposed" as a lot of infrastructure had already been build. The bridge, tunnel even station box are already complete. There's even signage at precinct 1 to the monorail station
then why they canceled the project
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then why they canceled the project
Population problem.
Oh and I think the project of putrajaya monorail never existed. It doesn't mean they won't build it, but the project is not present now.
In my opinion, the station boxes and tunnel are constructed along with the road, in one go. This may provide convenience for future purpose when the monorail is built, no extra effort is need to build the tunnel under the future 'busy' road.

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Population problem.
Oh and I think the project of putrajaya monorail never existed. It doesn't mean they won't build it, but the project is not present now.
In my opinion, the station boxes and tunnel are constructed along with the road, in one go. This may provide convenience for future purpose when the monorail is built, no extra effort is need to build the tunnel under the future 'busy' road.
Putrajaya monorail project does exist.

Throughout the years, the news of possible revival of that project came out occasionally.
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Didn't know Malacca used to have a railway station. Based on the railway map, the line from Tampin to downtown Melaka will be around 20km at most. KTM should really build the Melaka line just like the branch line from Senai to Port of Tanjung Pelepas in Johor, which I suppose is over 40km at least.

If land acquisition is an issue, just build an elevated line.
Bear in mind that this is an old map, therefore using the Imperial units, so the '21 1/4' at Malacca means 21.25 miles, almost 35 km. Of course I agree with you that it should be built but unfortunately KTM don't see the light, they look at cargo instead! Now land acquisition is difficult, but yeah, elevated line is a must.
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Bear in mind that this is an old map, therefore using the Imperial units, so the '21 1/4' at Malacca means 21.25 miles, almost 35 km. Of course I agree with you that it should be built but unfortunately KTM don't see the light, they look at cargo instead! Now land acquisition is difficult, but yeah, elevated line is a must.
I thought petronas are interested to move their stuff from the refineries. But then again l, PD too have refineries but KTM just let it be.
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