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Jaringan kereta api Malaysia selepas kemerdekaan

Artikel ini adalah terkini pada 3 Disember 2015.

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Peta jaringan kereta api di Malaysia hari ini.

Jaringan kereta api di Malaysia sejak kemerdekaan tidak banyak berubah malah laluan-laluan yang tidak dianggap penting dihentikan perkhidmatannya. Jalan kereta api ke kawasan berikut ditanggalkan dan hingga ke hari ini perancangan untuk menyambung semula perkhidmatan tersebut masih belum dimulakan. Berikut merupakan laluan-laluan yang dihentikan perkhidmatannya :

  • Falim-Tronoh, Perak
  • Kuang-Batu Arang-Batang Berjuntai (Bestari Jaya), Selangor
  • Tampin-Bandar Melaka, Melaka
  • Taiping-Port Weld, Perak
  • Bukit Kuda-Jeram-Kuala Selangor, Selangor
  • Bahau-Kuala Pilah, N. Sembilan
  • Tapah Road-Teluk Intan-Teluk Intan Wharf. Perak
  • Woodlands-Bukit Timah-Tanjong Pagar, Singapura (diambil alih oleh Singapura)
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Gambar yang diambil di Tanjong Pagar, Singapura.

Manakala laluan yang dihentikan perkhidmatan tetapi masih dibiarkan relnya adalah seperti :

  • Pasir Mas-Rantau Panjang-Hat Yai (State Railway of Thailand masih menggunakan laluan Sungai Golok-Hat Yai) (juga digunakan oleh KTMB sebagai laluan kecemasan untuk tren E&O)
  • Seremban-Port Dickson (diabaikan)
  • Subang Jaya-Sri Subang (Subang Airport) (kerja naik taraf sudah dimulakan untuk laluan Komuter)

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Jaringan kereta api Malayan Railways 1950-an

Malaysia yang dikenali sebagai Tanah Melayu pada ketika itu masih berada di bawah pemerintahan kerajaan British. Jaringan kereta api dibina bagi memudahkan pergerakan bahan mentah dan juga hasil perlombongan bijih timah ke pelabuhan terdekat untuk dieksport ke luar negara. Jaringan ini dikendalikan oleh Malayan Railways Limited sebelum ditukar kepada Federated Malay States Railways (FMSR) dan Malayan Railway Administration (MRA) dan kemudian ditukar kepada Keretapi Tanah Melayu pada 1962.

Peta jaringan kereta api Malayan Railways pada 1950-an.

Sebagai perbandingan, peta di bawah adalah peta jaringan kereta api yang dibina oleh British semasa penjajahan mereka di Tanah Melayu pada tahun 1914.

Federated Malay States Railway Network 1914.
Peta jaringan Federated Malay States Railway pada tahun 1914.

Jaringan meliputi keseluruhan negeri di Tanah Melayu kecuali Terengganu. Ini disebabkan kerana aktiviti perdagangan lebih tertumpu di negeri-negeri selat (Singapura, Melaka dan Pulau Pinang) dan perlombongan di negeri Perak dan Selangor. Ini dapat dilihat melalui cabang jaringan kereta api yang terdapat di:

  • Bukit Mertajan-Butterworth, P. Pinang (klik disini untuk sejarah Bukit Mertajam)
  • Taiping-Port Weld (Kuala Sepetang), Perak
  • Port Swettenham (Klang), Selangor
  • Seremban-Port Dickson, N. Sembilan
  • Tampin-Bandar Melaka, Melaka
  • Tapah Road-Teluk Anson (Teluk Intan), Perak

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Railway lines to boost Sepanggar Port

KOTA KINABALU: The federal government wants to develop the railway lines in Sabah in order to boost the cargo volume at Sepanggar Port as it gear towards becoming an international transhipment hub.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said before Sepanggar Port can become an international transhipment hub, it need to have the cargo volume first and its infrastructure in place.

Therefore, he said under the railway masterplan, the government had included the developments of railway lines connecting the routes of Sandakan-Tawau and Tawau- Sandakan-Kota Kinabalu.

“We will look at how we can fully utilise the railway lines to carry cargo and strengthen the Sepanggar Port,” said Liow during the launch of new MCA Penampang division and service centre at Lintas Jaya Township, off Kepayan highway here.

“As Sepanggar Port has the potential to be an international transhipment hub, we need to have the cargo and get the infrastructure ready first,” he said, adding that although the railway lines in Sabah is under the jurisdiction of the State government, Liow said the federal government had allocated a budget of RM200 million to develop the Tenom railway tracks.

Sayangsabah – 17 September 2015

Malaysia federal govt ready to fund coast-to-coast railway for Sabah

KOTA KINABALU – The Federal Government will assist Sabah to set up a railway network connecting its west and east coasts.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the ministry was ready to provide the funding and to work with the state government in coming up with the plan for the railway track.

This was part of the Federal Government’s commitment to improve infrastructure in Sabah and Sarawak, he said.

“Although railway is under state jurisdiction, we will help in any way possible to realise the plan,” he said after opening the Penampang MCA division office yesterday.

He said the ministry had allocated RM200 million (S$65.92 million) previously to upgrade the Tenom-Kota Kinabalu railway track and that it was also necessary to develop the Tawau-Sandakan-Kota Kinabalu track.

Liow, who is MCA president, urged party members to make use of the new office, saying:

“We must use this office as a place to connect with the grassroots and to help them in any way we can.”

Division chief Datuk Francis Goh said they chose Sept 16 as the day to open the new office because of the date’s significance to the country.

“Sept 16 was the day Sabah, Sarawak and Peninsular Malaysia became a nation. We have been living peacefully. Therefore, this new office is opened to commemorate the good that has been enjoyed until today,” he said.

asiaone – 16 September 2015