Friday, 28/7/2017 | 6:46 UTC+8
  • High Speed Rail (KL-Spore)
    Singapura, Malaysia mula bincang bagi projek kereta api berkelajuan tinggi

    SINGAPURA – Permintaan untuk maklumat (RFI) bagi Singapura-Kuala Lumpur kereta api berkelajuan tinggi (HSR) telah dikeluarkan oleh kerajaan kedua-dua negara pada hari Rabu – menandakan satu pencapaian baru bagi projek itu bersama. Penguasa Pengangkutan Darat (LTA) dan Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD) dalam satu pengumuman bersama bahawa amalan sensing pasaran akan mengukur faedah pasaran dan

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    KL-Singapore HSR details to be known in 2 years

    KUALA LUMPUR: Details of the contracts for the construction of the KL to Singapore high speed rail will likely be known in two years, said the Land Public Transport Commission’s chief development officer Prodyut Dutt. “Given that the development takes about five years and we aim to complete it in 2022, working backwards we should

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    Big relief as Selangor gets water from Pahang for first time

    SHAH ALAM: Raw water from Sungai Semantan in Pahang to Sungai Langat in Selangor was channelled for the first time on Monday to boost its declining capacity. State Infrastructure and Public Utilities, Agriculture Modernisation and Agro-based Industry Committee chairman Zaidy Abdul Talib said it was done after the Selangor and Pahang governments agreed on the

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    Controversial EKVE highway project gets the go ahead

    According to The Star, the controversial East Klang Valley Expressway (EKVE) project has been approved by the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ). Its council president, Abdul Hamid Hussain, said the project was approved during a special One Stop Centre (OSC) committee meeting on August 12. Speaking to the daily, Abdul Hamid said that “some of

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  • High Speed Rail (KL-Spore)
    Towards an economical, hassle-free HSR journey

    I agree that funding the Malaysia-Singapore high-speed rail (HSR) will be a challenge. Given that the projected costs are substantial, funding of such magnitude is best left to a state-investment model, whereby the system is publicly funded, and management delegated to a specialised firm. Given the operational complexity and requisite expertise, existing HSR operators would

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  • Penang
    Work on new Penang highways starts next year

    Consortium Zenith BUCG Sdn Bhd will begin construction works on three major highways under its RM6.3 billion transportation project early next year. Expecting to begin construction work on the three highways by early 2016. The three highway projects are 12km paired road from Jalan Tanjung Bungah to Teluk Bahang 4.6km bypass from Air Itam to

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  • BRT
    Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on Federal Highway

    In June, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai proposed a new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line along the Federal Highway. The main aim is to ease congestion on the busy road which spans 45 km from Seputeh in KL to Klang. Electric buses will run on ground level, which means that a lane has

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  • Melbourne
    Proposed Penang tram service gets vote of confidence

    Following the announcement of the Land Public Transport Commission’s (SPAD) intention to table a proposal which could lead to the return of tram services in the state of Penang, a urban studies expert has provided his vote of confidence on the subject, theSun reports. Stuart MacDonald, Penang Institute Fellow and Urban Studies head, commented that

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    State Government push for East Coast Expressway Phase 3 (LPT3) begins

    With the completion of the East Coast Expressway Phase 2 (LPT2) project, the push to get the next extension stretch is underway. Bernama reports that the Terengganu state government is hoping that the federal government will green light the building of the East Coast Expressway Phase 3 (LPT3) from Gemuruh to Jertih. Currently, the 184

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