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Government and
Development of Rail
Transport in Malaysia
GROUP MEMBERS:
NUR FARAH WAHEDA BINTI MAT REJAB 1321968
RAHAH BIN...
OBJECTIVES
1. To identify who operates the rail transport in Malaysia.
2. To know the history behind the development of ra...
INTRODUCTION
Rail transport in Malaysia comprises heavy rail including:
Monorail
ETS(KTM)
Electric train
service
ERL
Expre...
1.To identify who operates the rail transport
in Malaysia.
MINISTRY OF
TRANSPORTATION
KERETAPI TANAH
MELAYU BERHAD
RAPID KL SABAH STATE
RAILWAY
EXPRESS RAIL
LINK SDN. BHD.
RAILWAY A...
Ministry of Transportation
Established since 1956
Handles road transport, civil aviation, land, mineral, and communicat...
Land Public Transport Commission (spad)
Established on
3 June 2010
A Malaysian statutory body that regulate and
enforce r...
KERETAPI TANAH MELAYU BERHAD (KTMB)
Owned by Malaysian government through a vehicle called Finance Ministry Incorporated...
Operates 4
daytime
express trains:
Ekspres
Sinaran
Ekspres
Rakyat
Ekspres
Kenali
Ekspres
Tebrau
Operates 4
night time
expr...
RAPID KL
Fully owned by Finance Ministry Incorporated
Acronym for Rangkaian Pengangkutan Intergrasi Deras
Kuala Lumpur
...
SABAH STATE RAILWAY
o The only state department in Malaysia to operate a railway service and the only rail transport
syst...
RAILWAY STATION AT PAPAR, SABAH
RAILWAY STATION AT BEAUFORT, SABAH
2.To know the history behind the
development of rail transportation.
1885
• The first railway
track in Malaysia
was built from
Taiping to Port
Weld (known as
Kuala Sepetang)
• Introduction of...
THE EARLIER DEVELOPMENTOF
RAILTRANSPORTATION
1885 ~Taiping to Port Weld
1913 ~ Padang Besar to Singapore
1930 ~ Gemas toTu...
1948
• At the end ofWWII,
England started
rebuilding the rail
system
• The British implemented
the Malayan Railway
Ordinan...
THE CURRENT
MALAYSIA RAIL MAP
Malaysia rail transport
are manage by KTM Berhad
except in Sabah
(managed by Sabah State Rai...
1999
• LRT first full
year of
operation, it
carried 26
million
passengers
14 April 2002
• A new 57 km
express rail line
(E...
Facts about KTM KOMUTER:
~started operation on 3 August 1995
~95% punctuality
~Weekdays 259 trips
KLANGVALLEY RAIL MAP
Rail Line
(A) Sentul – Port Klang
(B) Rawang – Seremban
(C) Ampang – SentulTimur
(D) Sri Petaling – S...
1) KTMTg Pagar station
move to Woodlands,
Singapore on 1 July 2011
2) Major decisions reached
by Prime Minister Datuk Seri...
KTMTG PAGAR RAIL MAP
~Nature Society (Singapore) (NSS) has submitted a proposal,
The Green Corridor: A Proposal to Keep th...
3.To evaluate the reasons on the
development of rail transportation.
KTM KARGO
Provides cargo services that are safe and
reliable
Highly accessible from seaports and Inland
Container Depot (I...
KTM BERHAD RAILWAY NETWORK
- Padang BesarTerminal
- Butterworth Container Depot
- Ipoh CargoTerminal
- Kontena Nasional Se...
KTM project for East Coast Economic
Region (ECER) by PETRONAS
Petronas owns a railway line which links its oil
refinery co...
Electric
Train
Service
(ETS)
Introduced by
KTM on 12
August 2010
Connecting
Ipoh to KL
Sentral
Speed of
around 160
km/hour...
Transforming Malaysia into regional logistics hub for
ASEAN and Southern gateway to the overland
logistics rapid freight s...
4.To find out the government spending
on railway.
PREVIOUS BUDGET
ALLOCATION
2015 AND THE
UPCOMING
PROJECTS
HIGHLIGHTED
ISSUES;
1. Malaysia – Singapore issue
2. Redevelopme...
1) Previous budget allocation
2009 2010 2011
The Mass RapidTransit
(MRT) in KlangValley will be
implemented in the
beginni...
2012 2013 2014
Gemas-JB double
tracking rail
project (RM 98.4
billion)
 Providing ‘park-and-ride’ -
RM62 million for KTM,...
2) 2015 and the upcoming projects
a) East Coast railway line upgrade (Gemas to Tumpat) – RM 150 millions
To upgrade the e...
b) Second MRT line (Selayang to Putrajaya) – RM 23 billion
The 56km MRT Line 2 was the second biggest infrastructure proj...
d) LRT 3 Project (link Bandar Utama to Shah Alam and Klang)–RM 9b
The route, 36km, proposed to SPAD by Prasarana will beg...
e) High-Speed Rail (HSR)
For the KL-SG High Speed Rail, the major project on 2020, the high speed rail is
expected to cos...
With a 2020 target closing in, however, the timeline will be challenging.
Mr Tomohiro Kobayashi, a director in the offic...
3) Redevelopment, confusion and cancellation issue
The alignment of the second Mass Rapid Transit line 2 (MRT2) has cause...
MALAYSIA STEEL WORKS (KL) BERHAD - Iskandar Intra-City Rail
Line Cancelled?
The RM1bn intra-city rail line for Iskandar M...
Redevelopment of RM 2 billion on Kerteh-Kuantan Rail Link
The 72km single-track railway line was built in the 1990s with ...
5.To compare the livability ranking of rail
transport in Malaysia with other global cities
and to show the ability of Mala...
• Compare the liveability ranking of rail transport in Malaysia with other
global cities
-China
• Show the ability of Mala...
Comparison of rail transport between Malaysia and China
Malaysia
ETS(KTM)
Electric train service
160km/h
Many choice of
sc...
Malaysia
Productivity occurs to companies
are less than china because it takes
long time to reach at the
destination
Need ...
Ability of Malaysia to compete with other nation
country in development of rail transport
From ETS Malaysian government ha...
With this development of rail
transportation , Malaysia must be able
to compete on a regional and global
stage and become ...
6.To discuss the duty of vicegerent (government)
based on Islamic perspective in providing an ease
of transportation to th...
Surah Al-Baqarah (30):
“And [mention, O Muhammad], when your Lord said to the angels, "Indeed, I
will make upon the earth...
Surah An-Nahl (8):
“And [He created] the horses, mules and donkeys for you to ride and
[as] adornment. And He creates tha...
CONCLUSION
• In conclusion, the rail transportations such as MRT, LRT, KTMB and ERL have been the
most widely chosen by th...
Government and Development of Rail Transport in Malaysia
Government and Development of Rail Transport in Malaysia
Government and Development of Rail Transport in Malaysia
Government and Development of Rail Transport in Malaysia
Government and Development of Rail Transport in Malaysia
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Government and Development of Rail Transport in Malaysia

  1. 1. Government and Development of Rail Transport in Malaysia GROUP MEMBERS: NUR FARAH WAHEDA BINTI MAT REJAB 1321968 RAHAH BINTI ZAMANI 1321288 NURULL SYAHIRA BINTI KAMARUZAMAN 1328372 NIDAA UL HANI BINTI MOHD GHAZALI 1129586
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES 1. To identify who operates the rail transport in Malaysia. 2. To know the history behind the development of rail transportation. 3. To evaluate the reasons on the development of rail transportation. 4. To find out the government spending on railway. 5. To compare the livability ranking of rail transport in Malaysia with other global cities and to show the ability of Malaysia to compete with other nation country in development of rail transport in Malaysia. 6. To discuss the duty of vicegerent (government) based on Islamic perspective in providing an ease of transportation to the citizens.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Rail transport in Malaysia comprises heavy rail including: Monorail ETS(KTM) Electric train service ERL Express rail link sdn. bhd LRT Light rapid transit
  4. 4. 1.To identify who operates the rail transport in Malaysia.
  5. 5. MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION KERETAPI TANAH MELAYU BERHAD RAPID KL SABAH STATE RAILWAY EXPRESS RAIL LINK SDN. BHD. RAILWAY ASSET CORPORATION LAND PUBLIC TRANSPORT COMMISSION
  6. 6. Ministry of Transportation Established since 1956 Handles road transport, civil aviation, land, mineral, and communications Land Division - Main function: Formulate policies, undertake research and plan and coordinate developmental aspects of rail-based transport Plan and establish a convenient rail-based transport system which will encourage the use of rail-based transport Railway Assets Corporation (RAC)  A Federal Statutory Body under Ministry of Transport Malaysia Established under the Railways Act 1991 Execute the development of and redevelop the railway infrastructures Finance railway infrastructure development using sources gathered from various activities such as rental, lease and government allocation
  7. 7. Land Public Transport Commission (spad) Established on 3 June 2010 A Malaysian statutory body that regulate and enforce rules concerning land-based public and freight transport in Malaysia Carried out enforcement powers with other enforcement agencies such as the Royal Malaysian Police and the Road Transport Department. Duties of SPAD enforcement officers: inspection of public transport and freight vehicles inspection of drivers, conductors and co-drivers inspection of travel tickets and the clamping down on touting and soliciting
  8. 8. KERETAPI TANAH MELAYU BERHAD (KTMB) Owned by Malaysian government through a vehicle called Finance Ministry Incorporated In conjunction with the establishment of RAC, Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM), which exists since 1894 was disband and officially known as Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) Owns 2262 km out of the total 2418km of tracks in Malaysia Main intercity passenger train operator Operates KTM intercity passenger trains on both main lines and Bukit Mertajam-Butterworth branch
  9. 9. Operates 4 daytime express trains: Ekspres Sinaran Ekspres Rakyat Ekspres Kenali Ekspres Tebrau Operates 4 night time express trains: Senandung Malam Senandung Langkawi Ekspres Wau Ekspres Timuran
  10. 10. RAPID KL Fully owned by Finance Ministry Incorporated Acronym for Rangkaian Pengangkutan Intergrasi Deras Kuala Lumpur A service brand used by Prasarana Malaysia subsidiaries companies to refer to the public transportation services dedicated for Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley area Operate public transports in KL and other parts of the country Comprises of 3 lines, the Kelana Jaya Line, the Ampang/Sri Petaling Line, and the Monorail line
  11. 11. SABAH STATE RAILWAY o The only state department in Malaysia to operate a railway service and the only rail transport system operating on the island of Borneo o Was formerly known as North Borneo Railway o Railway consists of a single 134km line from Tanjung Aru, near Kota Kinabalu, to the town of Tenom EXPRESS RAIL LINK SDN. BHD o A joint venture company between YTL Corporation Bhd., Lembaga Tabung Haji and Trisilco Equity Sdn. Bhd o A standard gauge and electrified airport rail link in Malaysia that connects the Kuala Lumpur International Airport(KLIA) with the Kuala Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) o The line is utilized by two different train services; KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit
  12. 12. RAILWAY STATION AT PAPAR, SABAH RAILWAY STATION AT BEAUFORT, SABAH
  13. 13. 2.To know the history behind the development of rail transportation.
  14. 14. 1885 • The first railway track in Malaysia was built from Taiping to Port Weld (known as Kuala Sepetang) • Introduction of steam locomotive service 1913 • The completion of several connections including Padang Besar, Perlis to Singapore 1930 • Gemas toTumpat to Hatyai, Thailand 1931 • The North-South link from Singapore to Thailand border 1940 • The construction of the Burmese Death Railway • Destruction of the Malayan railway system; bridges, tracks and coach- stock were sent abroad after being dismantled
  15. 15. THE EARLIER DEVELOPMENTOF RAILTRANSPORTATION 1885 ~Taiping to Port Weld 1913 ~ Padang Besar to Singapore 1930 ~ Gemas toTumpat to HatYai
  16. 16. 1948 • At the end ofWWII, England started rebuilding the rail system • The British implemented the Malayan Railway Ordinance which streamlined rail administration • The Federated Malay State Railways became the Malayan Railway Administration (MRA) 1992 • MRA became KTM Berhad (Railways Act 1991) • KTM Berhad began operations as a private sector organization (revenues and operations) but is still owned by the government 1995 • Malaysia’s first electrified commuter system was introduced 1997 • The government attempt to privatize KTMB • Fail due to financial crisis
  17. 17. THE CURRENT MALAYSIA RAIL MAP Malaysia rail transport are manage by KTM Berhad except in Sabah (managed by Sabah State Railway)
  18. 18. 1999 • LRT first full year of operation, it carried 26 million passengers 14 April 2002 • A new 57 km express rail line (ERL) started operating from KL Sentral to KLIA August 2003 • The 8.6 km long KL Monorail line became operational May 2010 • Malaysia’s first coach service for women called Ladies Coach
  19. 19. Facts about KTM KOMUTER: ~started operation on 3 August 1995 ~95% punctuality ~Weekdays 259 trips
  20. 20. KLANGVALLEY RAIL MAP Rail Line (A) Sentul – Port Klang (B) Rawang – Seremban (C) Ampang – SentulTimur (D) Sri Petaling – SentulTimur (E) Kelana Jaya –Terminal Putra (F) KL Sentral –Titiwangsa
  21. 21. 1) KTMTg Pagar station move to Woodlands, Singapore on 1 July 2011 2) Major decisions reached by Prime Minister Datuk Seri NajibTun Razak and his Singapore counterpart Lee Hsien Loong 3) A Malaysia-Singapore joint company (M-S Pte Ltd) was established to develop the lands vacated by KTMB. 4)The company will be set up by Malaysia's Khazanah Nasional Berhad and Singapore government's investment arm, Temasek Holdings Limited, with each holding 60% and 40% equity respectively. 5)The developed KTMB lands could in turn be swapped, on the basis of equivalent value for pieces of land in Marina South and Ophir-Rochor
  22. 22. KTMTG PAGAR RAIL MAP ~Nature Society (Singapore) (NSS) has submitted a proposal, The Green Corridor: A Proposal to Keep the Railway Lands as a Continuous Green Corridor, to the Singapore government on 21 October 2010. ~NSS proposes to retain the current KTM Railway Land as a Green Corridor after the train operations cease. ~NSS aims: -for a clean and green transport route -to preserve history
  23. 23. 3.To evaluate the reasons on the development of rail transportation.
  24. 24. KTM KARGO Provides cargo services that are safe and reliable Highly accessible from seaports and Inland Container Depot (ICD) as well as urban and rural areas A cost – effective way to move goods Cargo is moved either in open or covered wagons KTM DISTRIBUTION Established in 1984 Services provided: - door to door delivery of parcels and documents - station to station delivery of parcels and documents - transportation of motorcycles - flowers and perishables delivery - special projects
  25. 25. KTM BERHAD RAILWAY NETWORK - Padang BesarTerminal - Butterworth Container Depot - Ipoh CargoTerminal - Kontena Nasional Setia Jaya - Port Klang Container Depot - Segamat Inland Port - Pasir GudangTerminal
  26. 26. KTM project for East Coast Economic Region (ECER) by PETRONAS Petronas owns a railway line which links its oil refinery complex and the nearby town of Kerteh, Terengganu, with the petrochemical complex in Gebeng, Kuantan and Kuantan Port near Kuantan, Pahang. The line is mainly used to transport petroleum products, but has recently been opened up for general freight transport, with operation being conducted by KTM.
  27. 27. Electric Train Service (ETS) Introduced by KTM on 12 August 2010 Connecting Ipoh to KL Sentral Speed of around 160 km/hour A 3 hours ETS from Kuala Lumpur to Butterworth, Penang would be operational in June 2015 In the future it will be linking Padang Besar, Perlis to KL
  28. 28. Transforming Malaysia into regional logistics hub for ASEAN and Southern gateway to the overland logistics rapid freight system for China and Europe.
  29. 29. 4.To find out the government spending on railway.
  30. 30. PREVIOUS BUDGET ALLOCATION 2015 AND THE UPCOMING PROJECTS HIGHLIGHTED ISSUES; 1. Malaysia – Singapore issue 2. Redevelopment, confusion and cancellation issue
  31. 31. 1) Previous budget allocation 2009 2010 2011 The Mass RapidTransit (MRT) in KlangValley will be implemented in the beginning of 2011 with an estimated private investment accounted for RM 40 billion RM35 billion will be expended on projects to enhance the capacity of existing rail services, to build new rail tracks, to increase the number of buses as well as to provide better infrastructure facilities in order to further improve the efficiency of public transportation.  Provide a 50% discount on fares for long-distance services of KTMB for students aged 13 and above.  A complimentary 1Malaysia students card can be obtained from KTMB and was commenced from 1 Jan 2010.  Provision for rail facilities – RM 899 million
  32. 32. 2012 2013 2014 Gemas-JB double tracking rail project (RM 98.4 billion)  Providing ‘park-and-ride’ - RM62 million for KTM, ERL  Constructing the Ipoh to Padang Besar double- tracking project, Gemas to Johor Bahru as well as upgrading rail tracks across the country, with RM2.9 billion allocated.  Refurbishment of KTM Komuter RM28 million, to improve service reliability and frequency. Government has extended the discounts for all Malaysians for those who has the monthly income RM 3000 and below and who travel by KTM Komuter.
  33. 33. 2) 2015 and the upcoming projects a) East Coast railway line upgrade (Gemas to Tumpat) – RM 150 millions To upgrade the east coast line from Gemas to Mentakab, Jerantut to Sungai Yu and between Gua Musang and Tumpat with total up for 620km. The RM150 million is to kick- start the rehabilitation project. There will be more allocations on a yearly basis. However, for KTMB to be an efficient rail operator, the whole east coast line needs to be upgraded as soon as possible to avoid accidents and derailments. The government is spending around RM16 billion to improve the west coast line from Seremban-Gemas and Ipoh-Padang Besar with the electrified double-tracking project. For the east coast line, there are currently no plans to electrify or double-track that stretch.
  34. 34. b) Second MRT line (Selayang to Putrajaya) – RM 23 billion The 56km MRT Line 2 was the second biggest infrastructure project The project is expected to take five years to complete; preparation work, land acquisition and moving utilities. c) Third MRT line The final circular line is still in the planning stage. Its orbital route around the city centre will integrate with the rest of the rail network and alleviate pressure in key areas of the city.
  35. 35. d) LRT 3 Project (link Bandar Utama to Shah Alam and Klang)–RM 9b The route, 36km, proposed to SPAD by Prasarana will begin at the Bandar Utama MRT station currently in construction and trace the North Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) to an interchange station with the Kelana Jaya Line in the vicinity of Glenmarie also under construction as part of a line extension. Estimation of one station is around RM 50 millions to RM 60 million. It is expected to start at the beginning of the second half of 2015 and will be fully operated on 2020.
  36. 36. e) High-Speed Rail (HSR) For the KL-SG High Speed Rail, the major project on 2020, the high speed rail is expected to cost RM43 billion (US$12 billion). The rail is likely to be 330km long while the speed of the high speed rail is at 220kmh. The eight stops will be on HSR between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. According to Tan Sri Syed Hamid (2015), the chairman of Malaysia’s Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD), Malaysia will be the high income nation on that time which is 2020.
  37. 37. With a 2020 target closing in, however, the timeline will be challenging. Mr Tomohiro Kobayashi, a director in the office of project coordination at the railway bureau of Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, noted that the Tokaido Shinkansen, the country's first HSR line, took nearly five years to construct. According to Mr. Kobayashi (2014), it will be very tough to meet this (2020) deadline. Given the time for designing and other processes, the actual construction should be started within this year. Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said a 2020 timeline to build a high- speed rail link between the city-state and Malaysia was unrealistic, adding that the two countries hoped to reach an agreement by year-end on when the trains would start running (up to May 5th).
  38. 38. 3) Redevelopment, confusion and cancellation issue The alignment of the second Mass Rapid Transit line 2 (MRT2) has caused confusion among the officials and industry executives in the construction and transportation sector. According to the master plan, it was supposed to start in Sungai Buloh, where the MRT depot is being built, and end in Putrajaya. The Sungai Buloh depot and station is regarded as probably the largest in South-East Asia and is designed at a cost to have the capacity and support the convergence of two MRT lines.
  39. 39. MALAYSIA STEEL WORKS (KL) BERHAD - Iskandar Intra-City Rail Line Cancelled? The RM1bn intra-city rail line for Iskandar Malaysia in Johor as proposed by Malaysia Steel Works (Masteel) since 2009 may not be receiving the blessing from the Transport Ministry and Minister of Finance. It will build and operate a 100km intra-city commuter CRN system in Iskandar Malaysia to Woodlands, Singapore. It will use Keretapi Tanah Melayu‟s (KTM) existing railway track and land reserves. There will be up to 21 commuter stations in the Iskandar Malaysia region. The source said that the proposal was NOT approved by the Transport Ministry and Minister of Finance as the government wants to focus on the high-speed rail system linking Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, which will likely have a stop in Iskandar Malaysia and the Rapid Transit System from Johor Bharu to Woodlands.
  40. 40. Redevelopment of RM 2 billion on Kerteh-Kuantan Rail Link The 72km single-track railway line was built in the 1990s with funding from Petronas. The line, managed by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd, ceased operations more than a year ago. It stopped operating due to the sub-standard railway infrastructure and was also not safe. The Kuantan-Kerteh railway link has been identified for redevelopment to include passenger services. This will be a private finance initiative and there are several companies which have indicated their interest. The source said the existing single track will be upgraded to double tracking with modern railway electro-mechanical system, including electrification, to serve passengers.
  41. 41. 5.To compare the livability ranking of rail transport in Malaysia with other global cities and to show the ability of Malaysia to compete with other nation country in development of rail transport in Malaysia.
  42. 42. • Compare the liveability ranking of rail transport in Malaysia with other global cities -China • Show the ability of Malaysia to compete with other nation in development of rail transport in Malaysia.
  43. 43. Comparison of rail transport between Malaysia and China Malaysia ETS(KTM) Electric train service 160km/h Many choice of schedule compared to KTMB Increase productivity because worker can work long distance China HSR High speed rail China 300km/h and 200- 250km/h Many choice of schedule and connecting every major cities in China China experience broad growth in workers productivity Name of rail transport speed Benefit choice of scedule Benefits to workers
  44. 44. Malaysia Productivity occurs to companies are less than china because it takes long time to reach at the destination Need to be improve the speed to save time for travellers to travel Less air pollution China Productivity occurs when companies find themselves with a couple hours train ride of tens of millions of potential customers Increase in tourism industry -time saving for travellers Less air pollution and fuel saving business purpose Benefits to tourism industry Others benefits
  45. 45. Ability of Malaysia to compete with other nation country in development of rail transport From ETS Malaysian government had launch the high speed rail(HSR) project which connecting Malaysia and Singapore The primary objective for the construction of the HSR is to reduce the travel time between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to 90 minutes by strengthening the link between two of Southeast Asia’s most vibrant and fast-growing economic engines It is also for business purpose because it links to 7 main cities in Malaysia
  46. 46. With this development of rail transportation , Malaysia must be able to compete on a regional and global stage and become a high income nation Lastly ,this requires redoubling our effort to attract investment, drive productivity and innovation.
  47. 47. 6.To discuss the duty of vicegerent (government) based on Islamic perspective in providing an ease of transportation to the citizens.
  48. 48. Surah Al-Baqarah (30): “And [mention, O Muhammad], when your Lord said to the angels, "Indeed, I will make upon the earth a vicegerent." They said, "Will You place upon it one that causes corruption therein and sheds blood, while we declare Your praise and sanctify You?" Allah said, "Indeed, I know that which you do not know” • Vicegerent: improve the world for and on behalf of Allah, to rule people, to apply the orders and injunctions of Allah among people, animals and non-living things • Government through Ministry of Transportation acts as a vicegerent • Responsible to create an efficient and effective transportation system
  49. 49. Surah An-Nahl (8): “And [He created] the horses, mules and donkeys for you to ride and [as] adornment. And He creates that which you do not know” • Mankind had no idea that in the future things other than animals could be used for transportation • One of the new method of transportation: rail-based transport system • Ministry of Transportation established a convenient rail-based transport system • Benefits: the safest form of transport a quick and more regular form of transport as it helps in the transportation of people with speed and certainty facilitate long distance travel and transport of bulky goods which are not easily transported through motor vehicles.
  50. 50. CONCLUSION • In conclusion, the rail transportations such as MRT, LRT, KTMB and ERL have been the most widely chosen by the people to commute either to workplace, school and home. • As by year increases, the budget also has been increased and its mainly to upgrade the facilities; 1) from single tracking to double tracking 2) to electrify the train 3) to increase the train frequency and speed 4) to fix the rail. • Other than that, it is a good initiative and effort done by our government in order to improve our rail transportation that is to implement huge project of HSR estimated to be operated by 2020. • From this project, the diplomacy bonding between countries can be strengthen and more upcoming projects could be done together.

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