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Old July 17th, 2019, 06:29 PM   #5961
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somehow I think the HSR might get extended beyond BM and into KLS and even KL railway station


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we afterall need 20 to 40 bil ringgit to finance the government part of the HSR, what better way to get it then by selling off TOD.
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Old July 23rd, 2019, 12:57 PM   #5962
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Full Report on KL-SG HSR by DBS Bank

KL-SG High Speed Rail: Riding the HSR Revival

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Two key events unfolded in 2Q19 which could pave the way for the recommencement of the Kuala Lumpur (KL)-Singapore(SG) high-speed rail (HSR) project in May 2020.

First, MyHSR Corp called for a Technical Advisory Consultant (TAC) and a Commercial Advisory Consultant (CAC) tender. Second is the revival of the Bandar Malaysia. The revival would be timely for construction as it will ensure a growth agenda during the mid-term of the PH-led government. From an economic standpoint, the project would appear feasible given that the KL-SG flight route remains the world’s busiest.

As the first cross-border HSR in ASEAN, the huge income disparity between Malaysia and Singapore could lead to significant economic spillover impact to less developed cities in Malaysia along the proposed HSR alignment.


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Old July 26th, 2019, 04:41 PM   #5963
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I observed that MyHSR Corp HQ was moved to Level 9, Menara 1 Dutamas, Jalan Dutamas 1, Solaris Dutamas from Lot E at KL Sentral. (the same tower of MRL HQ who operates ECRL)
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Old July 26th, 2019, 04:44 PM   #5964
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http://www.myhsr.com.my/
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TENDER UPDATE 2019:
Commercial Advisory Consultant ('CAC'): Awarded to Ernst & Young (EY) (June 2019)
To develop a new business model, develop updated ridership forecasts, and update the benefits assessment that the project will bring to Malaysia.
Technical Advisory Consultant ('TAC'): Awarded to Minconsult Sdn Bhd (May 2019)
Review and validate the technical and cost element of the Initial Recommended Option’s (infrastructure assets within Malaysia) that was developed by MyHSR


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Old September 7th, 2019, 02:02 PM   #5966
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Japan seeks leaner management in HSR bid

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JAPAN has proposed for a leaner management structure as part of its cost-cutting plan for the deferred Kuala Lumpur (KL)-Singapore high-speed rail (HSR) project.
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Old September 8th, 2019, 04:47 AM   #5967
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Japan exported their HSR to Taiwan, UK only right
Latest Japanese HSR >>
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Japan's Azuma high-speed train begins service in UK
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The new trains, built by Hitachi, will serve a 300 km stretch between London and Leeds in central England, at speeds topping at around 200 kph. The line will later be extended north to Scotland.
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Old September 8th, 2019, 05:06 AM   #5968
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There is a project in India using the E5 Shinkansen that will open in 2023.

I think the Thais might have something too.
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Old September 8th, 2019, 05:32 AM   #5969
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Old September 8th, 2019, 09:30 PM   #5971
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Thought japan had already offered us the hayabusa?
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Old September 11th, 2019, 03:35 PM   #5973
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interesting, instead of getting foreign investments in the forms of rail tracks and trainsets, atok want to do it all himself?

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There are two layers that we are proposing. The infrastructure should be covered by the governments, while the operations can be covered by a government-linked company,” he told The Malaysian Reserve (TMR) recently.
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Old September 11th, 2019, 03:55 PM   #5974
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There is a project in India using the E5 Shinkansen that will open in 2023.

I think the Thais might have something too.
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Need to negotiate with Chinese Government on the bone of connection in Section 2.3 of Thai - China Railway [Issue related to plate laying - electro-mechanic and EMUs along with training] which need to add the budget from 38,558.38 Million Baht 50,633.50 Million Baht along with 12 issues of Section 2.3 which Attorney General has raised to make a settlement by 1 November 2019 (Before ASEAN summit with the meeting with Chinese Prime Minister who come to ASEAN Summit) and the extension of Section 2.3 from 3 August 2019 to 31 December 2019

Even though Thai government manages to save 14,000 Million Baht from the construction cost, the cost has been shift to EMUs and other rolling stocks along with the bone of contention section
1. 7000 million Baht for track maintenance vehicles, the welded rail building and track inspection vehicles
2. 3400 million Baht the change of EMUs from Hexia Hao EMUs to Fuxing Hao EMUs which has no intellectual property issue attached and it is the newer technology
3. 1000 million Baht for the change of Bangsue Central - Donmueang which has to be ferro-concrete tracks without ballast

For the construction cost of with 14 contracts and the total price tags of 120,162.126 Million Baht, 2 are now under construction, 5 still waiting for contract signing, 5 still waiting for bidding,
one that need to have TOR amendment on Chiang Rak Noy Depot and maintenance center to be on bidding in September 2019, and the last one which need to wait until CP has made a settlement for the construction of High speed train
connecting 3 Airports - Contract 4-1 Bangsue - Donmueang which have to share the structure to be on bidding in September 2019 and need to be done bidding and get contractors by the end of 2019 so as to speed up the work to be opened by the end of 2023 - Hope for the clear answer from CP Holding by 9 September 2019 on the issue of land transfers before singing up by the end of September 2019 if there is no objection.

After signing, SRT and CP will have make negotiation which section is for High Speed train connecting 3 airport and which one is for Thai - China Railway to prevent construction chaos.

SRT is going to hire the consultant to handle the design of High Speed train from Khorat to Nong Khai (2nd phase of Thai - China railway) at 751 Million Baht to be signed in September 2019 and it takes 19 months to be done. The last phase is the connection of Lao - China Railway and Thai - China Railway which will take time to be done.
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Old September 11th, 2019, 04:07 PM   #5975
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read somewhere that's a 350kmh system can't accept conventional train nor cargo trains though a 250kmh system with ballasts tracks could be use by cargo but only during the night.

Probably she's talking about ecrl connectivity to Thailand?
At the time being, If Malaysian government want existing EMUs to cross Thai border to Hatyai and beyond, they had better grant a loan to allow contractors to do such a job. not to mention about exported version of EMUs - even though Electric locomotives seem not to work as expected.
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Old September 11th, 2019, 04:39 PM   #5976
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always wonder why Thailand insist on doing both double tracking of meter gauge as well as standard gauge HSR using the same right of way at the same time.

wouldn't just building a HSR while keeping the single track meter gauge for cargo would be more cost-effective?
We will never let cargo running on High Speed train sections for sure including case of High Speed train connecting 3 airports (Donmuang - Suvannabhum - U-Tapao via Pataya). All cargo trains (even from China) will have to tansferred to Thai cargo trains.

BTW, Thai china railway also include the stations to connect with existing railway so that existing local trains and commuters are going to function as feeder systems.

Let's take a look at the case of Pak Chong station of High speed train which has to be constructed on Treasury Dept land 5 km east of existing Pak Chong railway station:

This video has enlightened us to see the reason why we should not build Pakchong High Speed train Station at the existing Pakchong Railway station. The existing Pakchong Railway station is behind the flea market which is going to create traffic jam around the station for sure. Furthermore, Pakchong High Speed train station needs 500 Rai (80 Hectares) of land for just High Speed train station alone along with 3000 Rai (480 Hectares) of land for New Pakchong city, so the protest against land expropriation is going to happen since the whole flea market along with community around this flea market must be removed. Therefore, Pakchong Station for High Speed train must be at Treasury Land in sugar cane plantation near cattle pens and horse pens on Highway No. 2247 in Tha Manao commune which is 5 km away from existing Pakchong Railway station. For the access to existing railway, there is going to be the new railway station on the existing railway line to allow those who takes local trains to access Pakchong High Speed train station. The distance of new railway station on the existing railway and Pakchong High Speed train station will be just 50 meter.
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Well in China I am sure they will tell him its theirs!

That said, they will surely push the Fuxing model to Malaysia if it ever happens.

The Fuxing, of course, is an amalgamation of all the models China has imported and they combined to create their own - incorporating technology from the aforementioned Velaro, Shinkansen, Bombardier etc etc
This is the reason behind the extra 3400 million Baht for the change of EMUs from Hexia Hao EMUs to Fuxing Hao EMUs to run Thai - China Railway
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Making travel easy: The high-speed Xi’an-Chengdu railway helps reduce the travel time between the cities to three hours from 16 hours. — China Daily/ANN

CHENGDU: A high-speed railway in western China has won the award of FIDIC Outstanding Project of the Year, its design company said.

The 658km-long railway that links Xi’an, the capital city of Northwest China’s Shaanxi province, and Chengdu city, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan province, was opened to traffic in 2017.

The railway, running through the Qinling Mountains, a natural boundary between the country’s north and south, helps reduce the travel time between the cities to three hours from 16 hours. It can transport 100,000 passengers at most per day.

The award is praised as the Nobel Prize of the engineering industry, which is given by the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC). — China Daily/ANN
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Charoen Pokphand chief executive Suphachai Chearavanont leads his team to submit a bid for a high-speed train project connecting Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang and U-Tapao airports in November. (File photo by Pornprom Satrabhaya)
Charoen Pokphand chief executive Suphachai Chearavanont leads his team to submit a bid for a high-speed train project connecting Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang and U-Tapao airports in November. (File photo by Pornprom Satrabhaya)
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and Charoen Pokphand Group (CP)-led consortium is expected to sign a contract for the high-speed railway project linking three major airports this month, SRT acting governor Worawut Mala said on Thursday.

He added the contract is almost done, with only some wording set to be fine-tuned after public prosecutors approve the document. The next step will be to submit the details, including an environmental impact assessment, to the transport minister, the Eastern Economic Corridor Policy Committee and the cabinet.

Mr Worawut said that after the contract is signed, the two leading entities will work together to prepare land for construction. One year after the signing, the SRT will issue a notice to inform the contractor of when it can begin work to finish construction within five years, Mr Worawut said, adding talks can be held to extend the deadline if it is not completed within the allotted time.


He added the government has set the state subsidy for the project at 119 billion baht and the contractor will receive the money after the contract is signed. Part of the subsidy will also be spent removing the pillars of the scrapped Hopewell train network project which block the planned high-speed route, and on the construction of the Bang Sue-Don Muang section which is part of the Thai-Chinese high-speed railway that will link Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima.

The Bang Sue-Don Muang section will be shared by the high-speed rail project linking the three airports. The terms of the contract also give the contractor the right to manage the Airport Rail Link.

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"The SRT's selection panel will inform the CP-led consortium of this approach and the group will have seven days to reply. Afterwards, a date will be set for the contract signing,'' Mr Worawut said.


The CP-led consortium won the bid to build the 224-billion-baht high-speed railway linking Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi and U-Tapao airports as part of a plan to develop the government's flagship Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) high-tech investment hub scheme. The 220-km railway network is scheduled to open in 2024. Its trains are expected to be able to reach up to 250 kilometres per hour.

Earlier this month, the SRT announced it was ready to hand over 80% of more than 10,000 rai of land to the consortium so it can begin work.
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Japanese study finds Malaysia could make US$1.589bil annually from HSR
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