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9 KTMB stations in Klang Valley to be upgraded; including Seremban Sentral station in RM170m challenge


Nine KTMB stations in Klang Valley to be upgraded; adding Seremban Sentral station in RM170m project

9 Keratapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) prepare stations within the Klang Valley will likely be upgraded, and a brand new station, Seremban Sentral will likely be added in Seremban, reviews Bernama.

The upgrading of the 9 stations, together with the development of the brand new Seremban Sentral station is collectively anticipated to price RM280 million, in keeping with transport minister Anthony Loke. This upgrading challenge is to be carried out beneath the Klang Valley Double Monitoring Part 2 (KVDT2) challenge that entails KTMB Salak Selatan, Bangi, Pantai Dalam, Seri Setia, Batu Tiga, Padang Jawa, Klang, and Port Klang.

The challenge will begin instantly with the development of the Seremban Sentral station, and that is anticipated to be accomplished inside 24 months, and can grow to be a landmark throughout the metropolis of Seremban, Loke mentioned.

“That is the federal government’s dedication to proceed offering services and good infrastructure in our rail system. It’s a new route of the federal government in direction of making public transport an necessary mode [of transport],” he mentioned.

Nine KTMB stations in Klang Valley to be upgraded; adding Seremban Sentral station in RM170m project

“I do know many individuals are complaining that KTMB providers are gradual as a result of the frequency shouldn’t be excessive as a result of observe improve challenge happening, however that is just for the brief time period. The work must be carried out,” the minister mentioned.

The historic heritage of the Seremban Sentral station will likely be retained within the RM170 million challenge, Loke mentioned, noting that it’s going to combine features of modernity with a singular Minangkabau idea with web zero emissions. “We will say it’s a inexperienced station, [as] in the course of the day it could possibly save electrical energy as a result of it makes use of daylight and the power may be recycled,” he added.

In the meantime, the KVDT1 challenge has reached 97% completion, and is predicted to be absolutely accomplished by the tip of April this 12 months, Loke mentioned.

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