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Old April 22nd, 2018, 11:40 AM   #41
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Malaysia Approves a Singapore Rail Link
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(July 31): Malaysia’s new government has called into question the future of multibillion-dollar rail projects since Mahathir Mohamad took power in May. Now it appears to be ready to proceed with at least one.

The Malaysian cabinet has given in-principle approval for a rail project linking Johor Baru in the southernmost tip of the country with Singapore, Malay Mail Online said in a report citing Transport Minister Anthony Loke. It is still looking at costs and other details.

This project was delayed by two months due to the general elections, which saw Mahathir become prime minister. A known Singapore critic, Mahathir has wanted to cancel a proposed multi-billion dollar high-speed railway connecting the city state to Kuala Lumpur as it was too expensive while saying it may happen in the future.

Mahathir’s stance prompted Singapore’s Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan to tell parliament on July 9 that his government will seek compensation for all costs incurred if Malaysia cancels the 350-kilometer railway link between the two countries.

For now, it seems to be a go for the 4-kilometer rail line, which will be able to transport 10,000 travelers in one direction every hour between Singapore and Johor Baru. The two neighbors will set up a joint company for the project after the full approval is given by Malaysia. - Bloomberg


Note : Current estimated cost for the 4 km long MRT line between 2 countries is about RM 4 billion (about USD 1 billion)

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Johor MB: RTS project urgently needed to ease severe Causeway congestion

Wednesday, 8 Aug 2018

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ISKANDAR PUTERI: Johor wants the Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) project to start as soon as possible to ease congestion at the Causeway.

Mentri Besar Datuk Osman Sapian said congestion at the Causeway had already reached a point where something must be done to address the matter.

“We hope to see the project take place by the middle of 2019,” he told reporters after attending the Corruption-Free Pledge with the state executive councillors here Wednesday.

Osman said the Economic Planning Unit is finalising details on the RTS project, adding a company has been identified to undertake it.

“Improvement in connectivity and accessibility between Johor Baru and Singapore will boost economic activities on both sides of the Straits of Johor,” said Osman.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nati...TCVJ3xswZch.99
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New MRT train for Thomson-East Coast Line arrives in Singapore (RTS Link)
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hope RTS can build faster... as JBrians, i really can't wait to experience it myself! I know i die already when the government announced the MRT in JB lol, so i'm waiting for RTS!!
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Old August 20th, 2018, 07:54 AM   #49
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JB Causeway and immigration complex nowadays are too congested, it's time to approve other mode of transport...
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RM162 Million Gerbang Nusajaya Interchange Will Be Completed by End 2020

UEM Sunrise and Mulpha International celebrate the commencement of construction on the new Gerbang Nusajaya Interchange in Iskandar Puteri with the groundbreaking ceremony. The cost sharing collaboration between UEM Sunrise and Mulpha International, valued at RM162 million, will build new roads, a new trumpet interchange and upgrade existing roads in Gelang Patah and Gerbang Nusajaya. Upon completion, the Gerbang Nusajaya Interchange will create an enhanced transport ecosystem around Gerbang Nusajaya, Leisure Farm and in Iskandar Puteri, further enhancing the ease of travel for commuters.

Held at the Melia Residences Club House, the Gerbang Nusajaya Interchange groundbreaking ceremony was officiated by YAB Dato' Haji Osman Bin Haji Sapian, Chief Minister of Johor accompanied by Tuan Haji Adib Azhari bin Daud, Datuk Bandar Majlis Bandaraya Iskandar Puteri (MBIP), Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of UEM Sunrise and Eric Lee, Executive Director of Mulpha International.

The three sets of roadworks are as follow:

Roadworks 1:
Connecting Gelang Patah to both Gerbang Nusajaya and Leisure Farm, by upgrading the existing JKR J4 state road from two-lane to a dual two-lane, constructing a new dual three-lane road which links up with the Second Link Highway;

Roadworks 2:
Connecting Leisure Farm to the Second Link Highway, by upgrading the existing JKR J4 state road from two-lane to a dual two-lane;

Roadworks 3:
Constructing a new trumpet interchange (named as Gerbang Nusajaya Interchange) connecting the Second Link Highway to Gerbang Nusajaya and Leisure Farm, including the link roads from/to the Second Link Highway (enabling travel in all directions)

All roadworsk are targeted for completion by end of 2020.
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Johor MB: RTS project urgently needed to ease severe Causeway congestion
Wednesday, 8 Aug 2018

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ISKANDAR PUTERI: Johor wants the Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) project to start as soon as possible to ease congestion at the Causeway.

Mentri Besar Datuk Osman Sapian said congestion at the Causeway had already reached a point where something must be done to address the matter.

“We hope to see the project take place by the middle of 2019,” he told reporters after attending the Corruption-Free Pledge with the state executive councillors here Wednesday.

Osman said the Economic Planning Unit is finalising details on the RTS project, adding a company has been identified to undertake it.

He hoped there would no delays in implementing the project as it would bring benefits both to Johor and Singapore.

“Improvement in connectivity and accessibility between Johor Baru and Singapore will boost economic activities on both sides of the Straits of Johor,” said Osman.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nati...WO1lSJItluU.99
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Malaysia bus company Causeway Link rolls out new Tuas (Singapore)-Johor route for commuters, tourists
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Malaysian bus service provider Causeway Link has launched its new cross-border route between Malaysia and Singapore via the Second Link, making it easier for commuters in the two countries.
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Singapore, Malaysia working towards new ‘supplemental agreement’ to suspend RTS Link project
By Amir Yusof @AmirYusof 08 Apr 2019 04:38PM



Singapore Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan with Malaysian counterpart Anthony Loke at press conference on Apr 8, 2019. (Photo: Amir Yusof)

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KUALA LUMPUR: Singapore and Malaysia are working towards a new "supplemental agreement" to suspend the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System Link (RTS) project.

Singapore Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan confirmed this at a joint press conference with his Malaysian counterpart Anthony Loke on Monday (Apr 8) at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

The attorneys-generals and other officials of both countries are involved in the process, Mr Khaw said.

The minister also highlighted that the RTS project is “an especially important priority area” given the heavy traffic congestion at the Causeway.

Mr Loke also highlighted that while the project is suspended, both countries are working together to lower the ticket fare to encourage commuters to use the RTS once it is completed.

Mr Loke also acknowledged that both governments want to come up with ways to reduce the congestion at the Causeway in the short term.

To this end, he said that the Malaysia government has placed a request with the Singapore Government to increase the frequency of the Tanah Melayu Berhad's (KTMB) Tebrau Shuttle, which ferries passengers between Johor Bahru and Woodlands.
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More details on Johor-Singapore RTS to be revealed in weeks — Loke
Chester Tay October 11, 2019 22:12 pm +08
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KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 11): Further details about the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid transit System project will be revealed "within the next few weeks", said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.

“The Finance Minister has indicated that the Government is supportive of the project. We are now in the midst of discussions. I will make an announcement on the RTS very soon, within the next few weeks, because the extension of the suspension of the agreement is until Oct 31 this year,” he told reporters at Parliament lobby today, following the tabling of Budget 2020.

In his Budget 2020 speech, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said as part of a longer term solution to address the congestion at the Johor Causeway, the Government intends to proceed with the RTS project. However, he did not elaborate on the matter.

Last month, the Ministry of Transport (MoT) announced that the RTS project suspension will be extended until end-October.

The Singapore Government previously agreed to suspend the construction of the project until Sept 30, at the request of the Malaysian Government, which wanted more time to decide whether to proceed with the project or propose changes to it.
https://www.theedgemarkets.com/artic...%E2%80%94-loke
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Johor-Singapore rail link to proceed, but details scarce
Adam Aziz October 11, 2019 20:23 pm +08
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KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 11): The federal government plans to proceed with the Rapid Transit System (RTS) between Johor Bahru and Singapore to solve the long-standing traffic congestion on the Causeway.

This was announced by Minister of Finance Lim Guan Eng during his presentation of Budget 2020 in Parliament today, although he did not offer any details on the next course of action.

The four-kilometre RTS between Bukit Chagar (Johor Bahru) and Woodlands (Singapore) with proposed capacity to ferry 10,000 passengers per hour, was meant to be jointly operated between Prasarana Malaysia Bhd and Singapore’s SMRT Corp Ltd.

It should be noted that Prasarana and SMRT have not inked a joint venture agreement, originally scheduled for June 30, 2018.

Initially proposed to be completed by end-2024, the RM4 billion project have been deferred six times — several times by the Pakatan Harapan government, amidst a review on the scope of development and the costs involved.

In May this year, the Malaysian government requested a six-month deferment to September, which cost RM2 million in abortive cost paid to its island-state neighbour.

It then went on to ask for another month of postponement to Oct 31, with Singapore’s Ministry of Transport saying it agreed to waive the compensation for the one-month postponement.

The ministry however, emphasised it reserves "the right to claim any additional cost incurred beyond Sept 30, 2019, should Malaysia request any further extensions of the suspension period”.

The bilateral agreement for the RTS was inked between the previous Barisan Nasional government and Singapore in January 2018.

It has been reported if Malaysia decides to terminate the project, it would have to pay Singapore about S$66 million or RM200 million.
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Malaysia to proceed with JB-Singapore RTS project
By RIZALMAN - October 31, 2019 @ 6:12pm



Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad signing a guest book during the Continuation Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link between Johor Bharu and Singapore Announcement Press Conference at the Bangunan Sultan Iskandar (BSI) Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex today. (BERNAMA)

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JOHOR BARU: Malaysia will proceed with the Rapid Transit System (RTS) project that will link Johor Baru and Singapore, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

The Prime Minister said the cost of the project has been reduced by 36 per cent from RM4.93 billion to RM3.16 billion.

Meanwhile Transport Minister Anthony Loke said details and timeline of the project will be outlined in an amended bilateral agreement that will be signed within the next few months.
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JB-Singapore RTS Link to go ahead but further suspended to April 2020: Khaw
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SINGAPORE: The suspension of the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link project has been extended to Apr 30, 2020, said Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan on Monday (Nov 4).

This comes after Malaysia said on Oct 31 it would proceed with the construction of the RTS Link project, with a 36 per cent cost cut.

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While the decision has been made to go ahead with the project, Malaysia was not yet ready to share the details of their proposed changes with Singapore, Mr Khaw said in a written response to parliamentary questions about the RTS by Member of Parliament Ang Wei Neng.

"Without the details, Malaysia's proposal is incomplete and Singapore is unable to make a thorough assessment of the technical and commercial feasibility of the proposal."

Mr Khaw said in his written response that on Oct 29, Malaysia had requested a further extension of the suspension period by six months to Apr 30, 2020.

"In the spirit of bilateral cooperation, Singapore agreed to Malaysia’s request to further extend the suspension period," Mr Khaw said.

In May, Singapore and Malaysia agreed to suspend the construction of the RTS Link until Sep 30 at Malaysia’s request.

Both sides then agreed to extend the deadline for an additional month, until Oct 31, when Malaysia announced that the project would proceed.

"Singapore welcomes Malaysia’s decision to proceed with the RTS Link Project. This is a mutually beneficial project for both countries. The RTS Link will significantly ease Causeway congestion, facilitate business and tourism, and bring our people closer together," said Mr Khaw.

"While we are not obliged to accept Malaysia’s proposed changes, we will continue to keep an open mind and assess them carefully and objectively."

Mr Khaw reiterated that both sides are currently discussing changes to the project, which will require amendments to the RTS Link Bilateral Agreement.

Apart from the re-stated Bilateral Agreement, two other agreements will need to be signed at the same time by the end of the suspension period.

The first is the Joint Venture Agreement between Singapore’s SMRT Corporation and Malaysia’s Prasarana Malaysia Berhad to constitute a joint venture Operating Company or "OpCo".

The second is a Concession Agreement for the Singapore and Malaysian Governments to appoint the OpCo as the RTS Link operator.

"The discussions will take some time, and both sides are working hard on this," said Mr Khaw.

Source: CNA/ic(hm)
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