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  • Singapore takes issue with Malaysian remarks on High Speed Rail

    SINGAPORE – The Ministry of Transport (MOT) today (June 19) took issue with recent comments made separately by two Malaysian officials on the design of the crossing for the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System link, and Malaysia’s preference to terminate the High Speed Rail (HSR) in Johor Bahru, instead of Jurong East which the Republic

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  • Klang third bridge – first phase to finish July 2016

    The first phase of the long-delayed Klang third bridge, joining Jalan Sungai Bertih, Jalan Tanjung Shawal and Jalan Goh Hock Huat, is expected to finish in July 2016. According to Selangor Public Accounts Committee acting chairman Ng Suee Lim, about 30% of the works have been completed at a cost of RM199 million, comprising piling

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  • High-Speed Rail (HSR), no room for error

    KUALA LUMPUR: After years of discussion, the only thing that is now “pretty much decided” about the much vaunted and highly anticipated 330km high speed rail (HSR) that will halve the door-to-door travel time from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, is that the alignment will run through Nusajaya, Muar, Batu Pahat, Melaka, Seremban and Putrajaya, according

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  • High Speed Rail (KL-Spore)
    High-Speed Rail (HSR), conduct in-depth study first!

    JOHOR BARU: A Johor assemblyman has called on the Malaysian government to conduct a broader study on the impact of the High-Speed Rail (HSR) to avoid it becoming under-utilised by the rakyat. Stulang Laut assemblyman Andrew Chen Kah Eng said that Malaysia should learn from the mistake made by Spain where a HSR was built

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  • Langat 2 water treatment plant may only be ready by 2019

    The Langat 2 water treatment plant and its distribution system (LRAL2) project may only be fully completed in 2019 instead of 2017 as planned. Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Dr Maximus Ongkili said this was because of the delay in executing the Selangor water supply industry restructuring agreement. “Right now, the Selangor government has

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  • MRT
    MRT 2 – 94% of affected residents approve

    This is good news for both MRT Corp and Klang Valley residents. To date, about 2,630 residents, or 94% of respondents who will be affected by the alignment of the MRT Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line 2, are happy with the project. “We conducted the survey from May 15 and received lots of Share us on:

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  • Penang Integrated Transport Masterplan

    Penang traffic management exco Chow Kon Yeow announced the state government had received proposals from six bidders to be project delivery partners (PDP) of the master plan. Total RM27 billion Project expected begin from Share us on:

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  • KL-Klang elevated dedicated bus lane (BRT)

    PETALING JAYA: Sunway Construction Bhd, the builder of the country’s first elevated dedicated bus lane in Bandar Sunway, is a strong contender to bid for the expansion of the project, analysts said. This should fire up interest in the company, which is said to be planning to sell its shares to the public as early

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  • LRT 3 Bandar Utama – Klang rail project

    A total of 25 stations are planned, with proposed sub-two kilometer distances between them. There will be one underground station in the line, with the other 24 being elevated stations, and of the total, Share us on:

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