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Old March 6th, 2013, 02:52 PM   #1921
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Serendah-Port Klang would be best as it is far from any busy running Komuter stretch, particularly Rawang-KL Sentral and KL Sentral-Port Klang. Serendah area has train sidings for freight trains, so that it is easier to develop cargo train bypass.

I would like to see Sri Subang line being revived for Subang Airport KTM train, but then first we have to establish whether there is demand or not. To do this, running a shuttle bus from Station 2 of Kelana Jaya line extension may help gauge the demand, after all it is the nearest operating train station to Subang Airport in future.

In my opinion, at RM 2 billion for 110 km line, I expect the cargo bypass line would be single track, non electrified with some passing loops for cargo trains. In 2002, Kempas Baru-Tanjung Pelepas port line which is 32 km long was built at RM 450 million.
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Old March 6th, 2013, 05:24 PM   #1922
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What are they going to do btw? adding more rail? or scrap the old one and replace with a new track
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Old March 7th, 2013, 12:32 AM   #1923
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might be track refurbishment, installation of new and latest signalling system.... Hopefully will include new fencing, station upgrading and quad tracking from Putra to KL Sentral...
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Old March 7th, 2013, 02:33 PM   #1924
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MRCB keen on Klang Valley double-tracking project
SHAREN KAUR Published: 2013/03/06
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz2MiiMmOTj

MALAYSIAN Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) has indicated its interest to the government to upgrade the Klang Valley double-tracking (KVDT) system at an estimated cost of RM5 billion, says sources close to the company.

A source told Business Times that the amount includes building a new 110km bypass line linking Serendah with Port Klang for around RM2 billion.

The balance RM3 billion is to upgrade the KVDT line from Rawang to Seremban and Port Klang to Sentul, involving 150km of double-tracking work, he said.

The KVDT system was built by Indian Railway Construction for Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) in the 1990s. The system began operations in 1995.

The source said the KVDT system is running on old technology and has not been upgraded since then, resulting in commuter train delays and accidents.

The source added that under the Economic Transformation Programme, the government wants commuter trains to run at 7.5 minutes interval instead of the current 15 minutes.

"With faster trains and shorter intervals, the infrastructure and the system, including signalling, electrification and communication, has to be upgraded."

It is understood that the government has not received an expression of interest for the KVDT system upgrade or the bypass line between Serendah and Port Klang from any party other than MRCB.

"For now, MRCB is seen as the likely party to land both the jobs without a fight. There is a possibility that IJM Corp Bhd, Loh & Loh Construction Sdn Bhd, UEM Group Bhd and DRB-Hicom Bhd would step in. If that happens, it would be a tough battle for MRCB as it lacks experience in railway development," said the source.

The upgrading of the KDVT system is important, especially for loss-making KTMB.

The double-track from Rawang to Seremban and Port Klang to Sentul offers an alternative mode of transport for commuters and helps alleviate traffic congestion on the Federal Highway (Kuala Lumpur-Petaling Jaya-Subang Jaya-Shah Alam-Klang).

The bypass line, meanwhile, is also important as it would help divert cargo traffic from the main KTM freight line between Rawang and Seremban, which is facing a bottleneck.
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Old March 9th, 2013, 05:57 AM   #1925
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Anypne has any update on ktm komuters afc(ticketing system)?
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Old March 11th, 2013, 02:56 AM   #1926
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MRCB keen on Klang Valley double-tracking project
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http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz2MiiMmOTj



MALAYSIAN Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) has indicated its interest to the government to upgrade the Klang Valley double-tracking (KVDT) system at an estimated cost of RM5 billion, says sources close to the company.

A source told Business Times that the amount includes building a new 110km bypass line linking Serendah with Port Klang for around RM2 billion.

The balance RM3 billion is to upgrade the KVDT line from Rawang to Seremban and Port Klang to Sentul, involving 150km of double-tracking work, he said.

The KVDT system was built by Indian Railway Construction for Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) in the 1990s. The system began operations in 1995.

The source said the KVDT system is running on old technology and has not been upgraded since then, resulting in commuter train delays and accidents.

The source added that under the Economic Transformation Programme, the government wants commuter trains to run at 7.5 minutes interval instead of the current 15 minutes.

"With faster trains and shorter intervals, the infrastructure and the system, including signalling, electrification and communication, has to be upgraded."

It is understood that the government has not received an expression of interest for the KVDT system upgrade or the bypass line between Serendah and Port Klang from any party other than MRCB.

"For now, MRCB is seen as the likely party to land both the jobs without a fight. There is a possibility that IJM Corp Bhd, Loh & Loh Construction Sdn Bhd, UEM Group Bhd and DRB-Hicom Bhd would step in. If that happens, it would be a tough battle for MRCB as it lacks experience in railway development," said the source.

The upgrading of the KDVT system is important, especially for loss-making KTMB.

The double-track from Rawang to Seremban and Port Klang to Sentul offers an alternative mode of transport for commuters and helps alleviate traffic congestion on the Federal Highway (Kuala Lumpur-Petaling Jaya-Subang Jaya-Shah Alam-Klang).

The bypass line, meanwhile, is also important as it would help divert cargo traffic from the main KTM freight line between Rawang and Seremban, which is facing a bottleneck.
Double tracking to cost RM40b
By Sharen KaurPublished: 2013/03/11
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz2NBiiJEKg



Malaysia's electrified double track project (EDTP), meant to improve the passenger and cargo business, will cost some RM40 billion by the time the whole network is completed around 2020.

"The EDTP is an important development for Malaysia and is meant to benefit Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd and the public. The EDTP has created significant economic benefits for the country and new jobs," a government official told Business Times.

The official did not say whether the final estimated value takes into account cost overruns due to project delays.

The EDTP spans around 1,000km across Peninsular Malaysia from Padang Besar to Johor Baru. The tracks are electrified and equipped with a signalling and telecommunication system.

Since 1995, some RM9 billion has been invested in the EDTP.

These include around RM2 billion to build a 150km line between Rawang and Seremban in 1995 and RM650 million for the 7.5km Sentul-Batu Caves line, which was completed in 2010.

The Sentul-Batu Caves line cost 55 per cent more than the RM420 million bid agreed in 2003 as there were delays.

The 179km Rawang-Ipoh line, which was completed in 2007, cost about RM6 billion, which was more than the original budget of RM4.5 billion. The cost overrun occurred because it was poorly managed.

The ongoing stretches are the Seremban-Gemas line, which is being built by India's Ircon International Ltd involving 102km for around RM3.5 billion, and the Ipoh-Padang Besar line involving 329km which is being built by MMC-Gamuda JV. The RM12.9 billion Ipoh-Padang Besar line is to be completed by next year.

According to the Auditor-General's Report 2011, the cost for the Ipoh-Padang Besar line had increased by RM3.61 billion due to land acquisition and compensation for squatter relocation, among others.

The final link to the EDTP is from Gemas to Johor Baru, covering 195km. This line, was has not been awarded, will cost RM8 billion to 10 billion.

"Rail transport currently has a market share of just three per cent compared to road transport, which is almost 90 per cent. This is a far cry compared with developed countries, where the rail share is about 30 per cent to 35 per cent.

"Rail is becoming an important mode of transport and that is why the government is emphasising on new developments, like the high-speed rail and mass rapid transit," the official said.
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Old March 21st, 2013, 06:53 AM   #1928
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'MRCB gets letter of intent for KVDT job'
SHAREN KAURPublished: 2013/03/21
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz2O9A7Rm9x

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) has received a letter of intent (LoI) from the government to upgrade the Klang Valley double-tracking (KVDT) system for around RM850 million.

Sources familiar with the matter said the LoI was issued by the Ministry of Transport last week to the MRCB-DMIA JV. The budgeting was done in June last year under the National Key Result Areas (NKRA).

The KVDT line is for Rawang to Seremban and Port Klang to Sentul, involving 150km of double-tracking work.

Business Times reported recently that MRCB had expressed interest to the government to upgrade the KVDT system for about RM5 billion. The amount includes building a new 110km bypass line linking Serendah with Port Klang for around RM2 billion.

According to the source, the LoI was issued without a clear scope as a study on the upgrading of the KVDT system has not yet been completed.

It is understood, the government appointed Mott Mcdonald in December last year to do a full scale study on the KVDT system and the bypass line.

The study on the KVDT system, which was built in the early 1990s by Indian Railway Construction for Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB), will be completed in early June.

"KTMB will have to come up with a general scope so that MRCB-DMIA JV can submit a proposal and negotiate directly with the Economic Planning Unit," the source added.

The KVDT line is important for KTMB as it offers an alternative mode of transport for commuters and helps alleviate traffic congestion on the Federal Highway.

The bypass line would help divert cargo traffic from the main KTM freight line between Rawang and Seremban, which is facing a bottleneck.

"The existing system was built under sub-standard effecting the current railway performance as it is running on old technology. It needs to be upgraded to the current standard of railway operations. There will be major upgrading, including track change, fencing and drainage," the source said.

MRCB and little known DMIA were partners for the beautification and upgrading of Little India and other developments in Brickfields here.

DMIA is 50.4 per cent owed by Subramaniam Pillai Sankaran Pillai, 20 per cent by Datuk Salehudin Abdullah, 15.2 per cent by Jacqueline Earthayanathan and the rest by Nazreen Ahmad.
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Since people like to highlight text, why not let me try once too...

'MRCB gets letter of intent for KVDT job'
SHAREN KAURPublished: 2013/03/21
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz2O9A7Rm9x

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) has received a letter of intent (LoI) from the government to upgrade the Klang Valley double-tracking (KVDT) system for around RM850 million.

Sources familiar with the matter said the LoI was issued by the Ministry of Transport last week to the MRCB-DMIA JV. The budgeting was done in June last year under the National Key Result Areas (NKRA).

The KVDT line is for Rawang to Seremban and Port Klang to Sentul, involving 150km of double-tracking work.

Business Times reported recently that MRCB had expressed interest to the government to upgrade the KVDT system for about RM5 billion. The amount includes building a new 110km bypass line linking Serendah with Port Klang for around RM2 billion.

According to the source, the LoI was issued without a clear scope as a study on the upgrading of the KVDT system has not yet been completed.

It is understood, the government appointed Mott Mcdonald in December last year to do a full scale study on the KVDT system and the bypass line.

The study on the KVDT system, which was built in the early 1990s by Indian Railway Construction for Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB), will be completed in early June.

"KTMB will have to come up with a general scope so that MRCB-DMIA JV can submit a proposal and negotiate directly with the Economic Planning Unit," the source added.

The KVDT line is important for KTMB as it offers an alternative mode of transport for commuters and helps alleviate traffic congestion on the Federal Highway.

The bypass line would help divert cargo traffic from the main KTM freight line between Rawang and Seremban, which is facing a bottleneck.

"The existing system was built under sub-standard effecting the current railway performance as it is running on old technology. It needs to be upgraded to the current standard of railway operations. There will be major upgrading, including track change, fencing and drainage," the source said.

MRCB and little known DMIA were partners for the beautification and upgrading of Little India and other developments in Brickfields here.

DMIA is 50.4 per cent owed by Subramaniam Pillai Sankaran Pillai, 20 per cent by Datuk Salehudin Abdullah, 15.2 per cent by Jacqueline Earthayanathan and the rest by Nazreen Ahmad.
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Old March 25th, 2013, 02:23 AM   #1930
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'RM2b redevelopment for Kerteh-Kuantan rail link'
Sharen Kaur Published: 2013/03/25
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz2OQWLRk5N



BETTER CONNECTIVITY: It will be upgraded to double tracking to serve passengers

THE railway track between Kerteh in Terengganu and Kuantan in Pahang, which is owned by Petroleum Nasional Bhd (Petronas), will be redeveloped under a private finance initiative for about RM2 billion, according to sources.

It is believed that companies like IJM Corp Bhd, Loh & Loh Construction Sdn Bhd, UEM Group Bhd and DRB-HICOM Bhd may express interest in the redevelopment job.

The 72km single-track railway line was built in the 1990s with funding from Petronas. The line, managed by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd, ceased operations more than a year ago.

"It stopped operating due to the sub-standard railway infrastructure and was also not safe," said sources close to Petronas.

Under the East Coast Economic Region Master Development Plan, the Kuantan-Kerteh railway link has been identified for redevelopment to include passenger services.

"This will be a private finance initiative and there are several companies which have indicated their interest," a source said.

The source said the existing single track will be upgraded to double tracking with modern railway electro-mechanical system, including electrification, to serve passengers.

It will be developed in two phases. Phase One will link the line with Kuantan Port and the Gebeng Industrial Estate, while Phase Two will link it with Kuala Lumpur via Mentakab across the Main Range (Banjaran Titiwangsa), the source said.

"This will eventually turn Kuantan Port into the eastern border gateway to the Pacific and China, thus easing the heavy traffic in the Straits of Malacca and also shortening the travel time for vessels," he added.

The rail line links the Kerteh Petrochemical Complex and Kuantan Port, with a direct connection to the Gebeng Industrial Estate. It crosses five districts in Kemaman (Kerteh, Kemasik, Ulu Chukai, Binjai and Banggul) in Terengganu and Sungai Karang in Pahang.

The line was built to strengthen the transportation link between Gebeng and Kerteh, and to enhance the petrochemical linkages between Pahang and Terengganu.

Petronas is a major investor in several petrochemical ventures in both states. The rail line was built to handle cargo and traffic generated from petrochemical ventures.

At that time, around 2.8 million tonnes of cargo like ammonia, acetic acid, PVC, vinyl chloride monomer, paraxylene, benzene, ethylene and propylene were generated from the Kerteh Petrochemical complex.

The Kerteh-Kuantan railway line started with two diesel locomotives and 24 flat container wagons running twice a day. It handled about 35 to 40 twenty-foot equivalent units of cargo per day.

The railway track has sub-lines to Kemaman Port, which is 33km from the Kerteh Petrochemical Complex, and from the main track branching out 66km to the Gebeng Industrial Estate
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Good news to east coast peoples. It will be great if they extend the railway track to Kuala Terengganu in phase one.
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Anyone has any update on ktm komuters afc(ticketing system)?
stalled plus also klo till simpang batu signalling upgrading....hopefully someone will bring this matter out, it has been almost two years...
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So, how does one affect the other?

I don't understand. Signalling upgrading is carried out in beside the track, with wirings between the trackside and Train Control Centre.

While faregates are installed at the stations, and linked to their fare collection servers.

So, how does one affect the other?
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Boosting up the track capacity to allow more trains on the tracks.
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KTMB Managemant, PLEASE lah, order those new electric locomotives fast. If not then no point in having the 'E' as in the "Electrified Double-Tracked(EDT)"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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KTMB] NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF INTERNATIONAL TENDER NOTICE on the “The
Design, Manufacture, Testing, Commissioning And Supply Of Thirty (30) Units New
Diesel Electric Locomotives On Leasing Terms” as published in the Railway
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KTMB] NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF INTERNATIONAL TENDER NOTICE on the “The
Design, Manufacture, Testing, Commissioning And Supply Of Thirty (30) Units New
Diesel Electric Locomotives On Leasing Terms” as published in the Railway
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Why did those MORONS at KTMB ordered 30 new 'Diesel-Electric' Locomotives when they should have ordered 'Electric' ones in the first place ?????? Wow this is 'Malaysia-boleh' at its finest !!!!
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