Jadual KTM Intercity Sektor Utara – Selatan

Jadual

Ekspres Selatan (Pulau Sebang/Tampin-Gemas-JB Sentral)

Jadual Tren Selatan 19 Mei 2016 Utara-Selatan

Ekspres Antarabangsa** (Bangkok-Butterworth)

Jadual Tren Antarabangsa 19 Mei 2016 Utara-Selatan

Diesel Railcar** (Hat Yai-Padang Besar)

Jadual SRT Dieselcar 19 Mei 2016 Utara-Selatan

**Perkhidmatan oleh State Railway of Thailand (SRT)


Tambang

Tambang Ekspres Selatan 2016

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KTMB – 9 Mei 2016

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Ringkasan Melaka Monorail

Logo Melaka Monorail pada bahagian depan tren.
Logo Melaka Monorail pada bahagian depan tren.

Kos pembinaan projek ini pada mulanya dianggarkan sebanyak RM 28 Juta tetapi telah berkurang kepada RM 16.5 juta. Ia mula dibina pada Mei 2008. Pada mulanya, monorel yang dicadangkan dapat memuatkan sebanyak 88 orang tetapi berkurang kepada 22 orang dan bergerak pada kelajuan kira-kira 12 km/j. Perkhidmatan ini sebenarnya lebih bertujuan perlancongan berbanding untuk pengangkutan awam biasa. Perkhidmatan monorel ini dirasmikan oleh Ketua Menteri Melaka, Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam pada 20 Oktober 2010 bersempena sambutan perasmian Melaka Maju 2010.

Fasa kedua projek monorel ini pada mulanya dirancang dengan landasan yang sedia ada akan disambung dengan 1.6 kilometer lagi landasan bermula di Jambatan Chan Koon Cheng ke The Stadhuys. Namun begitu, ianya diubah dari Stesen Hang Jebat di Taman Rempah ke Jalan Tun Mutahir dan Jalan Tun Ali ke Stesen Hang Tuah di Jalan Bunga Raya sepanjang 1.3 kilometer. Fasa kedua projek itu juga akan mengandungi satu stesen penyelenggaraan di persimpangan Jalan Tun Ali dan Jalan Tun Mutahir bagi memastikan sistem monorel itu menepati piawaian yang ditetapkan Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD). Antara penambahbaikan yang dilakukan pada fasa kedua projek ini adalah terdapat pintu bantuan kecemasan di gerabak, menyediakan laluan antara gerabak, pusat kawal trafik dan sistem pemindahan automatik selain generator. Proses pembinaan fasa dua bermula pada bulan Disember 2011 dan dijangka siap pada Februari 2013. Namun begitu, projek ini telah terbengkalai.

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Malacca wants to revive monorail line to promote river

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MALACCA: The state government is resolute in reviving the Malacca Historic City Council monorail line despite the many glitches that halted its operation.

The system is too expensive to be left abandoned and must be revived, it said.

The line cost RM15.9mil to build and spans 1.6km, from Taman Rempah in Pengkalan Rama to Kampung Bunga Raya Pantai along the Malacca River.

The state wants to use it to promote the river as a tourist attraction.

Launched on Oct 20, 2010, the China-made monorail system has been idle since 2011 after it was plagued by technical problems.

Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron said yesterday a special steering committee led by the state secretary had recommended that the project be revived.

The committee was set up recently to identify and recommend to the state government any abandoned projects that were worth pursuing.

“The monorail is a project that we can’t afford to ignore because a lot of money has gone into it,” Idris told The Star.

He said the committee was also looking at 10 other projects, including Arab City, a sea lion park, an aviary, a planetarium and Malacca International Airport.

“We will be reviving the monorail service first by getting new locomotives and coaches,” he said.

The project was a joint venture by the Malacca Historic City Council, state subsidiary Kumpulan Melaka Bhd and Agibs Engineering & Construction Sdn Bhd.

Soon after its launch, the train stalled with 20 passengers about 100m from Hang Jebat, the main station, and they had to be rescued with a sky lift.

The following year, 18 tourists from Hong Kong with their tour leader and guide were stranded when the train failed again, this time about 300m from the same station.

Then state Tourism Culture and Heritage Committee chairman Datuk Latiff Thamby Chik had reported that the service suffered 21 disruptions since its start.

The Star – 20 June 2015 | R.S.N. Murali

Hat Yai-Padang Besar Shuttle Train Review

Shuttle di antara Hat Yai-Padang Besar yang dilancarkan pada Disember 2015 yang lepas sedikit sebanyak dapat membantu perhubungan untuk penduduk dan penacong antara 2 negara Thailand dan Malaysia. Blog RailTravel Station baru-baru ini melakukan review untuk perkhidmatan tersebut.