Rapid KL Transport System

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Rapid KL Transport System

  1. 1. KKKA6354 TRANSPORT ECONOMY SUSTINABILITY OF RAPID KL SYSTEM (RAPIDKL)PRESENTED BY : YOUSEF HASANAIN
  2. 2. CONTENT Introduction Transit Rail Kelana Jaya Line Ampang Line Monorail System Future of rail system Buses Conclusion
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION RapidKL, is a government – ownedcompany which was formed in 2004. Itoperates an integrated public transportsystem comprising Bus, Monorail andLRT services. The largest stage bus route and the feederbus service in Kuala Lumpur . Single line of the KL Monorail as a partof transit route inside the capital city.
  4. 4. IMPLEMENTATION  RapidKL’s integrated transportation network which transports ….
  5. 5. TRANSPORT IMPACTS ON SUSTAINABILITY
  6. 6. TRANSIT RAPID KL RapidKL’s rail system currently comprises of 3 lines. First line • Kelana Jaya Line Second • Ampang Line line Third line • Monorail System
  7. 7. RAIL ROUTES
  8. 8. INCREASING COACHES Daily Passenger Capacity185,000180,000175,000170,000165,000160,000 No. of passengers155,000150,000145,000140,000 2010 2011 2020
  9. 9. KELANA JAYA LINE Was officially changed from Putra line to Kelana Jaya Line in July 2005. The line is currently owned by(SPNB) and operated by rapid kl. With 24 stations and a route distance of 29 km
  10. 10. ATTRIBUTES The system consists of centralized control centre, fully automated driverless trains, minimum 90-second headway. Can accommodate 400 passengers per 2-car train with the average speed of 40 kph. There are thirty five (35) 2-car trains and ten (10) 4-car trains with an average ridership of 165,000 per day. Maintenance is carried out from 1.00am until 4.30am.
  11. 11. CONT. ATTRIBUTES Line lies in its five (5) underground stations with the distance of 4.36km twin independent bore. There are two (2) tunnels with an internal diameter of 4.88m and the distance between two tunnels is 5m. There are a lot of safety features in this system such as CCTV, Stop Button, Evacuation shaft, Zones, Fire Protection system, covered power rail, etc. the work of the extended line commenced by final quarter of 2010 and is targeted to be completed by 2013.
  12. 12. OPERATING HOURSIncreasing operatinghours for the crowdedpopulated area among otherareas to fetch up moretravelers.
  13. 13. TRAIN FREQUENCY System is provided extra coaches in the stations during peak hours.
  14. 14. FARES Fares has been settled on the stations according the distance travel. The Kelana Jaya Line has a minimum fare of RM 0.70 and the maximum fare of RM 2.50.
  15. 15. AMPANG LINE Was known as STAR line formerly. Line consists of double track route with a total length of 27 km. Transit includes 25 stations.
  16. 16. ATTRIBUTES There is a Control Centre for the whole Ampang Line situated at Ampang Station. All train operations are under SCADA systems. There is also a Fixed Block Automatic Signaling System for vehicle movement.
  17. 17. CONT. ATTRIBUTES The operating hours are from 6.00am until midnight whilst maintenance is carried out from 1.00am until 4.30am. There are twenty five (25) trains rolling on the track, each consisting of 6 cars. the average ridership is only 130,000 per day.
  18. 18. OPERATING HOURS Masjid Jamik as populated area is provided with extra time to allow sufficient users to travel.
  19. 19. TRAIN FREQUENCY Peak hours in the morning and the evening is supported with extra trains to make the travel easier for the passengers.
  20. 20. FARES The fare for Ampang Line has a minimum of RM 0.70 and a maximum of RM 2.80, which is RM 0.30 more than the Kelana Jaya Line.
  21. 21. DEPOT OF RAPID KL RAIL SYSTEM The service depot and primary train depot is at Ampang. There is a secondary train depot at Sri Petaling.
  22. 22. KL MONORAIL The KL Monorail, completed at a cost of RM 1.2 billion, is owned by Syarikat Prasarana Negara. There are 11 monorail stations in the 8.6 km Kuala Lumpur Monorail route with two parallel elevated tracks.
  23. 23. ATTRIBUTES It has twelve (12) 2-car trains running on a 8.6km track with 11 stations in total. The average daily ridership is 57,000 in 2009 and approximately 65,000 in 2011. The Kuala Lumpur Monorail Line system consists of a single dual-way line that linked the inner areas of Kuala Lumpur.
  24. 24. TRAIN FREQUENCY
  25. 25. OPERATING HOURSFirst Train 6:00 a.m. 11:30 (from KL Sentral towards Titiwangsa)Last Train 11:50 (from Titiwangsa to KL Sentral)
  26. 26. FARES Fares cost is between 1.2 and 2.5 RM.
  27. 27. FUTURE WORK EXTENTION The overall route of new line starting from Sri Petaling and Kelana Jaya, both converging at Putra Heights. There is also a proposed new line from Sg Buloh to Kajang across the Central Business District (CBD) of Kuala Lumpur which is envisaged to be completed by 2020.
  28. 28. RAPID KL BUSES
  29. 29. RAPID KL BUSES Is the largest bus operator in the Klang Valley. RapidKL buses services 6 key areas of the Klang Valley with a total of 165 routes. It provides 5 types of bus services to the commuter, namely Tempatan , Utama, Bandar and Ekspres.
  30. 30. ATTRIBUTES The Bus service covers 6 major areas in Klang Valley serving an average of 280,000 passengers daily. The fleet consists of 1091 buses maintained by 10 bus depots and the network covers more than 980 residential areas compared to the 638 before.. The 15 buses will be operated for Melaka area in a few months according MOU which signed in 4th March 2012, as an interim measure to the demand.
  31. 31. CONT. ATTRIBUTES More buses added to the fleet and operation times have been increased to a whopping 18.5 hours (5.30am to 12 midnight). At 31 December 2011, up to 4.04 million more passengers used the RapidKL bus service in comparison to the preceding year. The new Pudu Sentral( buduraya ) reopened to the public in April 2011 and now offers modern world- class facilities.
  32. 32. BUSES AREAS
  33. 33. OPERATING HOURS Buses working 18.5 hours per day and buses frequented approximately every 15 minutes . OPERATING HOUR PEAK AND SUNDAY & OFF PEAK PUBLIC PERIOD WEEKDAYS SATURDAY HOLIDAY First Bus 5.30 am 5.30 am 5.30 am First Bus Peak 6.30 am 7.00 am 7.30 am Last Bus 12.00 pm 11.30 pm 12.00 pm
  34. 34. FARES Fares range between 0.5 and 3.8 according to travel distance.
  35. 35. FEATURES OF RAPID KL BUSES Grandma’ or ‘Mother-and-Child’ seats above the front wheel arches. Gradual floor incline. Leaf doors at the rear entrance. Bright yellow ‘No standing area’ demarcation at doorways and steps. Special stop button and announcement for wheelchair users. Emergency windows with hammers. Monitoring routes by GPS system.
  36. 36. DEPOT OF RAPID KL RAIL SYSTEM
  37. 37. CONCLUSION Rapid kl corporate has applying an effective plan to sustain the system . System has sufficient facilities providing for the trains and buses to ease the traveling for the passengers .
  38. 38. THANK YOU

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