The Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail is an alternative mode of public transport travel between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
It will connect 7 cities in Malaysia to Singapore, following a coastal route. It will also provide safe, efficient and optimal transportation and will be the solution for heavy congestion in these areas.
The economic and social benefits derived from the agglomeration of 2 metropolises bring about a huge development potential. The geographical concentration of clusters of businesses and employees will result in an enlarged pool of specialist skills, labour and talent.
Part of the Economic
Transformation Programme (ETP)
Putrajaya, Seremban, Ayer Keroh, Muar, Batu Pahat & Iskandar Puteri
Providing a fast, reliable and
pleasant ride for passengers!
Experience comfort and
luxury at high speed.
Enjoy a quick and cozy ride
to your destination!
Dedicated in delivering
a better mode of transport.
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“High speed rail – the rapidly expanding new transport mode - is often described as the transport mode of the future for a number of reasons. As well as improving rail services, promoting the modern image they seek to convey and yielding greater customer satisfaction, the high speed rail also play a key role in achieving territory integration and helping to create socio-economically balanced societies at world level. This highly efficient transport mode makes significant demands in terms of investment, technology, industry, the environment and its political and social aspects.” - International Unions of Railways (UIC)
Below are the examples of existing high speed rail systems around the world:-
Belgian high speed rail network which links Brussels to the French, German and Dutch high speed rail ....
The operation of high speed rail line in China began in 2007. With 16,000 kilometers of high speed rail ....
TGV (train à grande vitesse), the French’s high speed train system, has been operating since September 1981.
The world’s second high speed rail line and Europe’s first is between Rome and Florence, opened in ....
The world’s first HSR line opened in 1964 between Tokyo and Osaka. Japan's HSR, also known as the ....
The Sapsan is Russian gauge high speed electric express train, with the first being operated in 2009, ....
In 1992, AVE (Alta velocidad Espanola or Spanish High Speed), the high speed rail service in Spain began ....
Taiwan is ranked 15th in population density, with the economic activities concentrated along the ....