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Amazing to see all this. My parents lived in KL in the late 70s and there was nothing like this then. Makes me feel really old.
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KL first metro line start in 1997 before hosting Commonwealth Games in 1998 while first urban line start in 1995 after double of its track of existed ancient single track in Kuala Lumpur
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Shah Alam Stadium Station (2024)
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Wow! Stunning photos of rail roads. Thankful to Great Britain for discovering this mode of transportation. Its a great contribution for the development of this world.
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Same goes to Australia, New Zealand and India but Myanmar also British colonial but still in trouble..very differentiate!
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MRT Corp may raise up to 30pct of MRT3 cost via private funding?
By Ayisy Yusof April 13, 2021 @ 2:53pm

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KUALA LUMPUR: Mass Rapid Transit Corp is considering raising 10-30 per cent of the total cost to develop Mass Rapid Transit Line 3 or MRT3 Circle Line through private debt.

MRT Corp also said tenders for MRT3 Circle Line were scheduled to be opened in August this year.
https://www.nst.com.my/business/2021...e-funding-mrt3
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Line 13 - MRT Circle Line
Higher chances for IJM, MRCB to undertake bigger role in MRT3
By Ayisy Yusof April 14, 2021 @ 9:53am
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KUALA LUMPUR: Construction players IJM Corp Bhd (IJM) and Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) are likely to undertake bigger role in the Mass Rapid Transit Line 3 (MRT3 Circle Line) project should the idea of private funding materialises.

Scheduled to begin its tendering exercise in August, the 10-year MRT3 development will be built in five phases across 10 interchange stations, spanning throughout 50km circle line in the greater Klang Valley with about 30 or more stations around Kuala Lumpur.

Of the total rail lines, about 40 per cent of the route will be underground.

The total MRT3 contract cost could be about RM32.9 billion whereby the 20km underground portion would cost RM19.42 billion, while the 30km on the above ground rail would cost about RM13.5 billion.
https://www.nst.com.my/business/2021...gger-role-mrt3
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Kim Lun to benefit from new infrastructure projects: HLIB
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KUALA LUMPUR: Kimlun Corp Bhd's prospects and earnings should improve coming quarters from the rollout of new infrastructure projects, said Hong Leong Investment Bank (HLIB) Research.

The company stand to benefit from some projects such as Mass Rapid Transit Line Three (MRT3), Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS), Iskandar Malaysia Bus Rapid Transit (IMBRT), Sarawak Autonomous rail transit (ART) and Pan Borneo Highway (PBH) Sarawak Phase 2.

HLIB said with an order book standing at RM1.1 billion, Kimlun is targeting RM500 million worth of jobs in the financial year 2021 (FY21) which will be back-loaded as work secured year-to-date (YTD) is a mere RM4 million.

"An increasingly vibrant rebound in construction activity in Singapore for 2021 should further aid recovery.

"Management sounded confident in meeting its job guidance despite only managing RM4 million thus far," it said.

Meanwhile, HLIB said Kimlun's manufacturing order book currently stands at RM300 million.

The firm said the company's financial year 2020 (FY20) job win of RM230 million was surprisingly strong but the management is sticking to RM150-RM180 million guidance for FY21.

"Kimlun is a prime beneficiary of MRT3 rollout given that it has supplied MRT1 & 2 lines in the past (similar value of precast orders).

"While we believe MRT3 would be no different given a similar project value, annual earnings accretion would be significantly lower with a much longer construction period.


"On a slightly bleaker note, precast jobs for Singapore's Jurong Region Line (JRL) require setting up a plant in Singapore.

"Should jobs from the JRL materialise, Kimlun may consider debt or an equity placement for that purpose," it said.

HLIB increased its FY22 earnings target on Kimlun by 9.1 per cent after imputing higher contract replenishment and recalibrating depreciation assumptions.

"Our replenishment forecast for 2021 is 3-8 per cent higher than guidance and increased FY22 earnings by 9.1 per cent and introduced FY23 forecasts of RM42 million.

"We maintain a Hold rating with an unchanged target price of RM0.91 on Kimlun," it added.

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Line 12 - Interchange with Line 2


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Line 11 - LRT3 (37 km)
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Line 12 - MRT2 (52.2 km)
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Line 13 - MRT3 (tender in August 2021)
- 50 km
- 40% underground
- 30% private funding
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