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KVMRT 2 Sg. Buloh - Serdang - Putrajaya
http://research.maybank-ib.com/pdf/documen...13_MIB_4240.pdf

56km (11km underground + 45km elevated)

35 stations (8 underground + 27 elevated)

Estimated Cost: Phase 1: MYR22 billion + Phase 2: MYR2.9 billion = MYR24.9 billion

Rationale: 11,100 pax/km and highest ridership 550 pax/day

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KL-Singapore HSR is rumored to be stationed at Bandar Malaysia (Sg Besi) - connected with Circle Line

Bandar Malaysia:

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post May 15 2013, 06:33 AM


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property price will goes up again.

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looks like the 1st phase ending in Serdang will be somewhere around Taman Universiti Indah area. Hopefully it can be extended to Equine Park area as I am vested there!
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line 2 alignment doesn't really make sense, any bro can guess the alignment logic for line 2?
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post May 15 2013, 10:52 AM


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QUOTE(surf-it @ May 15 2013, 11:48 AM)
line 2 alignment doesn't really make sense, any bro can guess the alignment logic for line 2?
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i read an old report by SPDA that putrajaya , serdang and selayang really need mrt.

MRT2 have 11K

MRT1 and LRT only 10K

damansara damai, serdang , selayang, kampong cheras baru, alam damai = poor areas therefore need mrt. putrajaya is govt center = need mrt la.

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From the Maybank IB reseach PDF file, i can see there is a indication SP SETIA (Selayang), anyone know more detail on this ?



QUOTE(tikaram @ May 15 2013, 10:52 AM)
i read an old report by SPDA that  putrajaya , serdang and selayang really need mrt.

MRT2  have 11K

MRT1 and LRT only 10K

damansara damai, serdang , selayang, kampong cheras baru,  alam damai = poor areas therefore need mrt.  putrajaya is govt center  = need mrt la.
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post May 15 2013, 12:16 PM


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KL north region will be boosted with so many new large scale megaprojects such as Batu Kentomen, Tan Chong's Segambut, KL Metropolis, The Gateway EkoSetapak projects, Sentul redevelopments, Titiwangsa redevelopments, etc

KL south region too will be boosted with so many new large scale megaprojects such as Bandar Malaysia (Sg Besi), Cochrane Urban and private projects such as Mines Wellness City and Datum Medini Kg Pandan.
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post May 15 2013, 02:41 PM


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Hit Kepong..... nice.
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post May 15 2013, 03:59 PM


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The Sentul area will be rerated upwards with biggest beneficiary YTL Land as they are the biggest land owner/developer.
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post May 15 2013, 04:01 PM


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The other area is Sungai Buloh/Sierramas with both MRT1 and MRT2 converging/starting point.
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post May 15 2013, 10:01 PM


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When ready?

Where is the Serdang station?

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post May 15 2013, 10:03 PM


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both the line focus on sungal buloh, kepong, sentul, kg melayu, ampang, pandan, cheras, serdang.
mostly middle and middle low income area.

its not perfect but i like this plan.
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post May 15 2013, 10:04 PM


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QUOTE(lynforum @ May 15 2013, 10:01 PM)
When ready?

Where is the Serdang station?

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not confirm, but according to the map, it should be:

pheonix plaza, alam damai, damai perdana, the mines, upm.
and some stations in between.
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post May 15 2013, 10:05 PM


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QUOTE(chulk @ May 15 2013, 10:03 PM)
both the line focus on sungal buloh
2 Lines from Sg Buloh, this place gonna BOOM? hmm.gif
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can see soon property price will go up again
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Where is MRT for shah alam area? Line 10 maybe?
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post May 15 2013, 10:10 PM


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QUOTE(jepakazoid_82 @ May 15 2013, 10:09 PM)
Where is MRT for shah alam area? Line 10 maybe?
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Line 99 together with Sibehjaya tongue.gif
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post May 15 2013, 10:11 PM


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QUOTE(lynforum @ May 15 2013, 10:05 PM)
2 Lines from Sg Buloh, this place gonna BOOM?  hmm.gif
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yes, i believe that. thats why mahsing bought that land for 300 psf~!!!!!!
not only sungai buloh, sentul, ampang, pandan, cheras also consist 2 lines or even more.

maybe our government feel that pj subang people are rich enough, and spend the budget for KL north, east and south.
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post May 16 2013, 01:34 AM


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hope there are more interchange compare to the LRT now it's sucks.
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post May 16 2013, 08:19 AM


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QUOTE(peng90 @ May 16 2013, 01:34 AM)
hope there are more interchange compare to the LRT now it's sucks.
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i believe there are quite a number of interchange bet star, putra, mrt 1 mrt 2 and circle line.
just that most of them located at kl.
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post May 16 2013, 09:48 AM


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Something like this for MRT 2:


Top Part:

- Sg Buloh KTM (integrated with SBK MRT and KTM) --- PR1MA Sg. Buloh
- Damansara Damai
- Wangsa Permai/Bandar Menjalara
- Kepong Sentral KTM (integrated with KTM)
- Selayang
- Taman Usahawan
- Jinjang --- PR1MA Batu
- Matrade (integrated with Circle MRT)
- Jalan Kuching
- Jalan Ipoh/Jalan Pahang
- Kg. Baru

Bottom Part:

- Taman Connaught
- Alam Damai --- PR1MA Alam Damai
- Bandar Damai Perdana
- The Mines
- Serdang KTM --- PR1MA Serdang
- UPM
- Putrajaya Sentral
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post May 16 2013, 09:52 AM


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Where do you get the source from ? or is your own view only ?

QUOTE(accetera @ May 16 2013, 09:48 AM)
Something like this for MRT 2:
Top Part:

- Sg Buloh KTM (integrated with SBK MRT and KTM) --- PR1MA Sg. Buloh
- Damansara Damai
- Wangsa Permai/Bandar Menjalara
- Kepong Sentral KTM (integrated with KTM)
- Selayang
- Taman Usahawan
- Jinjang --- PR1MA Batu
- Matrade (integrated with Circle MRT)
- Jalan Kuching
- Jalan Ipoh/Jalan Pahang
- Kg. Baru

Bottom Part:

- Taman Connaught
- Alam Damai --- PR1MA Alam Damai
- Bandar Damai Perdana
- The Mines
- Serdang KTM --- PR1MA Serdang
- UPM
- Putrajaya Sentral
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QUOTE(accetera @ May 16 2013, 09:48 AM)
Bottom Part:

- Taman Connaught
- Alam Damai --- PR1MA Alam Damai
- Bandar Damai Perdana
- The Mines
- Serdang KTM --- PR1MA Serdang
- UPM
- Putrajaya Sentral
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I like the bottom part. There are still room to grow ($) with those listed area.

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post May 16 2013, 10:07 AM


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QUOTE(FS2009 @ May 16 2013, 11:04 AM)
I like the bottom part. There are still room to grow ($) with those listed area.
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agree , I like this part too.


- Taman Connaught
- Alam Damai --- PR1MA Alam Damai
- Bandar Damai Perdana
- The Mines
- Serdang KTM --- PR1MA Serdang
- UPM
- Putrajaya Sentral



i read one report saying cheras south going to boom due to 2 mrt line.

forgot read from where.
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QUOTE(FS2009 @ May 16 2013, 10:04 AM)
I like the bottom part. There are still room to grow ($) with those listed area.
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bottom part, tmn connaught, alam damai and bdr damai perdana..if confirmed rclxm9.gif
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QUOTE(walle @ May 16 2013, 11:09 AM)
bottom part, tmn connaught, alam damai and bdr damai perdana..if confirmed  rclxm9.gif
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alam damai areas really need mrt. the road is si beh jam
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Problem is these area are inner part from Main road jalan cheras...wonder how the MRT can go through..

QUOTE(walle @ May 16 2013, 10:09 AM)
bottom part, tmn connaught, alam damai and bdr damai perdana..if confirmed  rclxm9.gif
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QUOTE(gsw8895 @ May 16 2013, 11:10 AM)
Problem is these area are inner part from Main road jalan cheras...wonder how the MRT can go through..
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if you check from youcity to bandar tun hussain onn current mrt line

they need small space for track. ( just next to highway) or the Taman Tun areas so near to DSL & malay Cementary land.

for station, i don;t know if they got enough space or not.

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QUOTE(tikaram @ May 16 2013, 10:07 AM)
agree , I like this part too.
- Taman Connaught
- Alam Damai --- PR1MA Alam Damai
- Bandar Damai Perdana
- The Mines
- Serdang KTM --- PR1MA Serdang
- UPM
- Putrajaya Sentral
i read one report saying cheras south going to boom due to 2 mrt line.

forgot read from where.
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Quite far still from JH tongue.gif
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QUOTE(natman @ May 16 2013, 11:45 AM)
Quite far still from JH  tongue.gif
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ask Gamuda to lobby nearer? rclxms.gif

after all. Gamuda is PDP ( partner of the Mrt) http://www.kinibiz.com/story/corporate/206...ty-sectors.html

MMC-Gamuda will likely be the biggest beneficiary of construction work coming from KVMRT 2. The joint venture is currently the project delivery partner (PDP) for KVMRT 1, and so far it has received positive feedback on its progress, said the report.




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Hope the Putrajaya Sentral to be extended into Cyberjaya City Centre (another PR1MA there) - the MRT can form part of the Putrajaya Monorail which may not necessary needed.

In the meantime, if the hope materialises, they should be looking at between 56 to 66 stations.

The Circle Line is really an Orbital Line. It could be serving more locations near Jalan Ampang/M City (instead of KLCC - which will be part of MRT Line 2).

The Circle Line is planned later in conjunction with the readiness of megaprojects such as:
- Sg Besi's Bandar Malaysia
- Tun Razak Exchange
- Matrade KL Metropolis
- Pantai Sentral Park
- Batu Kentomen Redevelopments
- Cochrane
- EkoSetapak and KL Bunds
- Sentul Commercial

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QUOTE(tikaram @ May 16 2013, 10:49 AM)
ask Gamuda to lobby nearer? rclxms.gif

after all. Gamuda is PDP ( partner of the Mrt)  http://www.kinibiz.com/story/corporate/206...ty-sectors.html

MMC-Gamuda will likely be the biggest beneficiary of construction work coming from KVMRT 2. The joint venture is currently the project delivery partner (PDP) for KVMRT 1, and so far it has received positive feedback on its progress, said the report.
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rclxms.gif rclxms.gif funny is all gamuda prop not near to the line LOL
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Hi Guys ! Anyone can share with us about this Batu Kentomen Redevelopments ?


QUOTE(accetera @ May 16 2013, 01:07 PM)
Hope the Putrajaya Sentral to be extended into Cyberjaya City Centre (another PR1MA there) - the MRT can form part of the Putrajaya Monorail which may not necessary needed.

In the meantime, if the hope materialises, they should be looking at between 56 to 66 stations.

The Circle Line is really an Orbital Line. It could be serving more locations near Jalan Ampang/M City (instead of KLCC - which will be part of MRT Line 2).

The Circle Line is planned later in conjunction with the readiness of megaprojects such as:
- Sg Besi's Bandar Malaysia
- Tun Razak Exchange
- Matrade KL Metropolis
- Pantai Sentral Park
- Batu Kentomen Redevelopments
- Cochrane
- EkoSetapak and KL Bunds
- Sentul Commercial
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Batu Kentomen redevelopments is for Army Camp.

Boustead is the frontrunner to develop here.

In another news, several big-parcel land in Segambut will be redevelop.
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I believe The intersection station between MRT 1 and 2 will be cheras Sentral aka Phoenix placa
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If the 'circle' line passes through Mont Kiara, then the condos there are due for a re-rating as Plaza Mont Kiara to the junction of Jln Kiara and Jln Duta Kiara is only about 1 km and any stop there will be within walking distance.
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If the 'circle' line passes through Mont Kiara, then the condos there are due for a re-rating as Plaza Mont Kiara to the junction of Jln Kiara and Jln Duta Kiara is only about 1 km and any stop there will be within walking distance.
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from the map, no, circle line got nothing to do with hartamas or mont kiara area.
but seems quite close to desa park city area......
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Circle Line confirms go to Mont Kiara as the KL Metropolis is the intended "must connect".

Mont Kiara - KL Metropolis
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QUOTE(accetera @ May 17 2013, 10:01 AM)
Circle Line confirms go to Mont Kiara as the KL Metropolis is the intended "must connect".

Mont Kiara - KL Metropolis
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really? cant see it from the map.
mind to share more info? expected station location~~
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MRT 2nd Line ::: Sg. Buloh - Serdang - Putrajaya
http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?f...98&sec=business
http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?f...16&sec=business

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My Predictions of MRT 2: SSP Line

Sg. Buloh - Interchange KTM and SBK
Damansara Damai
Sri Damansara
Bandar Menjalara
Taman Bukit Maluri
Kepong Sentral - Interchange KTM
Taman Usahawan
Jinjang
Batu Caves - Interchange KTM
Taman Wahyu
Batu Kentomen
Sentul (U) - Interchange KTM, Circle and ASL
Jalan Ipoh/Titiwangsa (U) - Interchange Circle, ASL and KLM
General Hospital (U)
Kampung Baru (U) - Interchange KJL
KLCC (U) - Interchange KJL
Bukit Bintang (U) - Interchange SBK and KLM
Pasar Rakyat/Tun Razak Exchange (U) - Interchange SBK
Kampung Pandan (U)
Pandan Jaya - Interchange ASL
Pandan Indah
Taman Muda - Interchange Circle
Jalan Kuari
Taman Supreme
Taman Segar
Plaza Phoenix - Interchange SBK
Connaught
Alam Damai
Bandar Damai Perdana
The Mines
Serdang - Interchange KTM
Sri Serdang (P2)
UPM (P2)
Uniten (P2)
Precinct 14 (P2) - Interchange PJM

Completion: 2014-2020
Total Length: 56km
Total Stations: 35
Elevated Stations: 27
Underground Stations (U): 8
To Be Carried Out In Phase 2 (P2): 4


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KTM: KTM Komuter
ASL: LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line
KJL: LRT Kelana Jaya Line
KLM: KL Monorail
PJM: Putrajaya Monorail
SBK: MRT Sg. Buloh-Kajang Line
Circle: MRT Circle Line

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Will be interesting to see if they can extend abit to Selayang (northwards) and Cyberjaya (southwards).

We should also start to look at Circle Line.
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QUOTE(accetera @ May 18 2013, 04:08 PM)
Will be interesting to see if they can extend abit to Selayang (northwards) and Cyberjaya (southwards).

We should also start to look at Circle Line.
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Sifu accetera, your explanation is awesome.
I oso look forward cyberjaya.
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Accetera kor, circle line lines 3 confirmed in Lembah pantai?

Where the station be located? In pantai sentral park??
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I guess Circle Line will go to Old Klang Road and Pantai Dalam area.... pantai sentral park is indeed ideal.

Btw Cyberjaya... which part is best?

Selayang... which part is best?

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QUOTE(accetera @ May 18 2013, 09:24 PM)
I guess Circle Line will go to Old Klang Road and Pantai Dalam area.... pantai sentral park is indeed ideal.

Btw Cyberjaya... which part is best?

Selayang... which part is best?
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Sifu , which part of OKR is the best that u guess ? Tq
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Sifu , which part of OKR is the best that u guess ? Tq
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At least have a station in Scott Garden
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I guess Circle Line will go to Old Klang Road and Pantai Dalam area.... pantai sentral park is indeed ideal.

Btw Cyberjaya... which part is best?

Selayang... which part is best?
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Will be interesting to see if they can extend abit to Selayang (northwards) and Cyberjaya (southwards).

We should also start to look at Circle Line.
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Hi accetera kor,

I thought MRT 2 already include Selayang in their route?

Also, are the effects of these MRT lines overstated? The existing Kelana Jaya LRT has a ridership of 460,000 pax daily. This is not very much lesser than the expected ridership of 460,000 for MRT 1 and 540,000 for MRT2. What I mean is, I do not remember people going so crazy about properties around LRTs for example properties around Kelana Jaya LRT station are still not very highly in demand.
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1. MRT is different compared to LRT. The economic impact is also different. Judging from Singapore experience.

2. The rail system that we are talking today comes under a unified company and is better managed, integrated as well as regulated. We are also talking about having commercial within rail and creating multi-modal hubs with high focus on feeder buses. All these came only in recent years.

3. Long time ago, our LRT was built to cater to Commonwealth Games and subsequently used mainly by working people going to KL city. However, the traffic and parking condition today is far far more severe than before creating a massive desire to put people onto urban rail.

4. There is also a changing demographics where more and more younger people are working or studying in city or locations near the LRT/MRT. KL has many times more outstation people today too and our foreign tourists have tripled over the last 10 years.

5. Working people today are also more keen on public transport as long as the quality improved and it connects their home to office or shopping malls. People want convenience and saving time, rather than stuck in jams, no-parking situation and a seemingly prefer walking through "air-con" condition. This explained the drastic surge in ridership over the last few years and if the trend continues, our Rail system will have brighter chance to improve.

6. Locations within the current LRT have seen property prices moving upwards. Last time, Kelana Jaya is not worthwhile, but now is a different story.

7. The MRT that we are planning in coming years will be of a high-impact one. Developers believe alot of quality and affordable homes will be built near MRT causing a price hike in the location-specific, partly because those MRT locations have scarcity in land. Also, Prasarana is venturing into integrated property for the first time (they have not done so with LRT so many years).

8. I believe, likewise in Singapore, there'll be some regulatory change whereby entering the City Centre would require car drivers to pay more. Hence forcing more people to get onto the trains. The objective is because the Govt has intention to increase the public transport share by 2020.

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QUOTE(accetera @ May 19 2013, 04:59 PM)
1. MRT is different compared to LRT. The economic impact is also different. Judging from Singapore experience.

2. The rail system that we are talking today comes under a unified company and is better managed, integrated as well as regulated. We are also talking about having commercial within rail and creating multi-modal hubs with high focus on feeder buses. All these came only in recent years.

3. Long time ago, our LRT was built to cater to Commonwealth Games and subsequently used mainly by working people going to KL city. However, the traffic and parking condition today is far far more severe than before creating a massive desire to put people onto urban rail.

4. There is also a changing demographics where more and more younger people are working or studying in city or locations near the LRT/MRT. KL has many times more outstation people today too and our foreign tourists have tripled over the last 10 years. 

5. Working people today are also more keen on public transport as long as the quality improved and it connects their home to office or shopping malls. People want convenience and saving time, rather than stuck in jams, no-parking situation and a seemingly prefer walking through "air-con" condition. This explained the drastic surge in ridership over the last few years and if the trend continues, our Rail system will have brighter chance to improve.

6. Locations within the current LRT have seen property prices moving upwards. Last time, Kelana Jaya is not worthwhile, but now is a different story.

7. The MRT that we are planning in coming years will be of a high-impact one. Developers believe alot of quality and affordable homes will be built near MRT causing a price hike in the location-specific, partly because those MRT locations have scarcity in land. Also, Prasarana is venturing into integrated property for the first time (they have not done so with LRT so many years). 

8. I believe, likewise in Singapore, there'll be some regulatory change whereby entering the City Centre would require car drivers to pay more. Hence forcing more people to get onto the trains. The objective is because the Govt has intention to increase the public transport share by 2020.
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Bother, it took Singapore > 30 years, to have superb public transport connection today.

& only last 5 years Singapore started to build extra links non stop.

While I am sad, Malaysia like to build LRT & ktm from initial, and still poor connections 10 years back... Most of the time, I really cannot understand and appreciate the initial planning...

Anyway, MRT will be the KL dream comes true.

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accetera boss, any station in bandar Sri Damansara? Where?

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QUOTE(accetera @ May 18 2013, 10:24 PM)
I guess Circle Line will go to Old Klang Road and Pantai Dalam area.... pantai sentral park is indeed ideal.

Btw Cyberjaya... which part is best?

Selayang... which part is best?
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I hope majority stations ll b built near pr1ma. I can see the poor suffers a lot due to inflation. They cannot afford to bbb like us.
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Bandar Sri Damansara is most likely within Damansara Avenue as developer lobbying. The only problem either Sri Damansara or Bandar Menjalara gets or BOTH also get. That is the radial line along Jalan Kuala Selangor/MRR2 starting from Sg Buloh KTM-Damansara Damai.

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I think both r equally important as tis 2 areas hav lotsa middle income earners working in klcc. So ktm alone ll not help. Furthermore ktm alwiz malfunction n giv theworst possible services.


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QUOTE(ManutdGiggs @ May 19 2013, 06:59 PM)
I think both r equally important as tis 2 areas hav lotsa middle income earners working in klcc. So ktm alone ll not help. Furthermore ktm alwiz malfunction n giv theworst possible services.
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In terms of planning future infrastructure cannot just overlap with KTM merely because KTM service is poor. That is another issue for KTM to solve.

Best is the best of both worlds.

Whichever area that has large middle income earners and traffic flow from the existing roads and bus users.

In the meantime, I can see alot of good news for developers that are developing their "megaprojects".

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QUOTE(accetera @ May 19 2013, 06:38 PM)
Bandar Sri Damansara is most likely within Damansara Avenue as developer lobbying. The only problem either Sri Damansara or Bandar Menjalara gets or BOTH also get. That is the radial line along Jalan Kuala Selangor/MRR2 starting from Sg Buloh KTM-Damansara Damai.
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I was wondering why Damansara Avenue launch is so slow. Maybe pending for such great news...

Initial shape of Damansara Avenue is coming up. Good for Sri Damansara residences.

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I hope majority stations ll b built near pr1ma. I can see the poor suffers a lot due to inflation. They cannot afford to bbb like us.
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Cyberjaya will have its own monorail that link to Putrajaya Monorail.
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Will be interesting to see if they can extend abit to Selayang (northwards) and Cyberjaya (southwards).

We should also start to look at Circle Line.
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Is Selayang already part of the route? The recent map posted shows the line passing through the edge of Selayang(no station?) going to Kepong but in the article, it was mentioned that SP Setia will benefit from Selayang and also Selayang was mentioned in previous various articles that I read. Then now, you say it would be nice if they can extend to Selayang. So now, I am very confused. Hope can clarify a bit.


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QUOTE(Martinis @ May 20 2013, 10:40 AM)
Is Selayang already part of the route? The recent map posted shows the line passing through the edge of Selayang(no station?) going to Kepong but in the article, it was mentioned that SP Setia will benefit from Selayang and also Selayang was mentioned in previous various articles that I read. Then now, you say it would be nice if they can extend to Selayang. So now, I am very confused. Hope can clarify a bit.
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I think u got it right

selayang was mentioned going to kepong.

but it is more on kepong side of selayang or jinjang side of selayang. not center part of selayang.

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From the discussion here it seems like a very high possibility for Kepong Sentral to be hit by the line and be one of the KTM interchange?
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From the discussion here it seems like a very high possibility for Kepong Sentral to be hit by the line and be one of the KTM interchange?
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saw this?

Kepong actually going to have 4 stations from the map below.

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I am wondering will there have any station at Selayang. In the last weekend Star Paper, the map did not show any route will pass by selayang, only Kepong and Batu.


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saw this?

Kepong actually going to have 4 stations from the map below.
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I am wondering will there have any station at Selayang. In the last weekend Star Paper, the map did not show any route will pass by selayang, only Kepong and Batu.
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From the map show above, I think Batu Caves, Taman Wahyu are not in the list!

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Surprisingly they make a interchange (KVMRT 2&3) near to Taman Bukit Teratai area instead of Pandan Jaya!
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why there are so many version of maps, which one is confirm ler ? rclxub.gif
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QUOTE(tikaram @ May 22 2013, 11:21 AM)
saw this?

Kepong actually going to have 4 stations from the map below.
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Wow 4 station in Kepong alone?

Besides Kepong Sentral where else do you think it would be?
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QUOTE(alwyn75 @ May 22 2013, 05:28 PM)
why there are so many version of maps, which one is confirm ler ?  rclxub.gif
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if u check some public info.

actually few stations already confirmed. eg sg buluh, trx, kp baru, serdang, kepong etc...



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if u check some public info.

actually few stations already confirmed. eg sg buluh, trx, kp baru, serdang, kepong etc...
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actually i went to check the MRT Public information booth at Summit USJ on last Saturday morning, but they were closed and moved out. I wonder where they move, any idea? hmm.gif

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actually i went to check the MRT Public information booth at Summit USJ on last Saturday morning, but they were closed and moved out. I wonder where they move, any idea?  hmm.gif
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mrt info? LOL

maybe u can get it a head from newspaper. They always very slow la. glc company wat.

my sources is direct from those sub con like wct. bauer, sunway etc

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QUOTE(xphossis @ May 22 2013, 05:58 PM)
Wow 4 station in Kepong alone?

Besides Kepong Sentral where else do you think it would be?
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first map

Yellow dot is kepong sentral

second map

blue is line & red ktm, white line mrt 2

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QUOTE(tikaram @ May 24 2013, 03:08 PM)
first map

Yellow dot is kepong sentral

second map

blue is line & red ktm, white line mrt 2
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tikaram boss, where you got this map, mind to let us know or PM me if not.... thanks
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QUOTE(tikaram @ May 24 2013, 03:08 PM)
first map

Yellow dot is kepong sentral

second map

blue is line & red ktm, white line mrt 2
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Hi tikaram,

thanks for your info, i tried to plot the MRT line 2 in google earth in order to have a better picture, could you give me the "yellow dot" full map...
Thanks in advance rclxms.gif

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Hi, anyone knows about the line2 at sentul? Thanks
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When will the stations be confirmed? hmm.gif

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Need approval from SPAD.
Need approval first from MOT.
Need approval first from Cabinet.
Then need to do public display.
Then public evaluation.
Then made necessary adjustments.
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When will the stations be confirmed?  hmm.gif
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when it ready...
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Most Not 2 yr from now?

But some already confirmed. eg sg buluh. serdang etc

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Most Not 2 yr from now?

But some already confirmed. eg sg buluh. serdang etc
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Serdang should have station go to equine Park as that area is very crowded and public transports are like non-existent.
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Stations will be evaluated during the public display (not just the single day but through various events and housing association discussions) just like MRT 1.

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On top of existing plans, areas that I think should be served:

- Bandar Baru Selayang
- Batu Caves (instead of just Batu)
- Connect to Titiwangsa instead of just Jalan Ipoh
- KLCC needs a connection to Bukit Bintang or somewhere nearby
- I think Maluri is a better interchange than Plaza Phoenix
- Let's do Taman Connaught via Jalan Alam Damai?
- After Serdang KTM should not be a branch, instead it goes upwards to Seri Kembangan first
- I suggest Seri Kembangan thereafter head westwards towards Taman Equine and then Bandar Bukit Puchong-Puchong Prima intersecting with one of the LRT Ampang Line stations in Puchong.

What you guys think?


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The southern Exchange Station for MRT 2 will be at Phoenix Plaza, it will go via Tmn Len Sen & join the Alam Damai Main Road. Most likely there will be a Station near the PR1MA project in Alam Damai. It will then pass through Damai Perdana to Serdang & Putrajaya.
Most likely the announcement will be made in July or August after Cabinet approval.
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Why is the stations not synchronized with the official website? Kepong isn't in the list hmm.gif

http://mrt.com.my/MRT-stations.htm





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QUOTE(Sikit2JadiBukit @ May 26 2013, 08:38 PM)
Why is the stations not synchronized with the official website? Kepong isn't in the list  hmm.gif

http://mrt.com.my/MRT-stations.htm
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Bro, hope you are aware that we are talking about MRT 2 - the red line indicated above.

MRT 1 - the blue line as indicated above - is finalised a long time ago and construction progress has reached >20%.

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The southern Exchange Station for MRT 2 will be at Phoenix Plaza, it will go via Tmn Len Sen & join the Alam Damai Main Road. Most likely there will be a Station near the PR1MA project in Alam Damai. It will then pass through Damai Perdana to Serdang & Putrajaya.
Most likely the announcement will be made in July or August after Cabinet approval.
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so soon? blink.gif
a bit surprising
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your taman bukit teratai station is out of place. it's a mountainous area to go through taman segar
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Where do you get the source from ? or from the air only ?
I also hope the route is as per mentioned...as i stay there also..ha..ha..
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The southern Exchange Station for MRT 2 will be at Phoenix Plaza, it will go via Tmn Len Sen & join the Alam Damai Main Road. Most likely there will be a Station near the PR1MA project in Alam Damai. It will then pass through Damai Perdana to Serdang & Putrajaya.
Most likely the announcement will be made in July or August after Cabinet approval.
Property Prices will go up again sad.gif
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QUOTE(accetera @ May 26 2013, 12:30 AM)
On top of existing plans, areas that I think should be served:

- Bandar Baru Selayang
- Batu Caves (instead of just Batu)
- Connect to Titiwangsa instead of just Jalan Ipoh
- KLCC needs a connection to Bukit Bintang or somewhere nearby
- I think Maluri is a better interchange than Plaza Phoenix
- Let's do Taman Connaught via Jalan Alam Damai?
- After Serdang KTM should not be a branch, instead it goes upwards to Seri Kembangan first
- I suggest Seri Kembangan thereafter head westwards towards Taman Equine and then Bandar Bukit Puchong-Puchong Prima intersecting with one of the LRT Ampang Line stations in Puchong.

What you guys think?
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While I don't really hope for MRT @ Cyberjaya, it looks like there is a need, to make people moving into this future highrise city...

High Speed Train & MRT System @ Cyberjaya, let the dream comes true...

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QUOTE(alwyn75 @ May 25 2013, 12:39 AM)
Hi tikaram,

thanks for your info, i tried to plot the MRT line 2 in google earth in order to have a better picture, could you give me the "yellow dot" full map...
Thanks in advance  rclxms.gif
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see the accetera map.
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The BN Govt is pushing for it mah. After winning the GE13, they will push through in the name of "Development" lor.
On the other hand it's also good. The traffic jam is getting from bad to worst. The MRT 2, if approve, may be ready around 2019 or 2020 smile.gif
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Where do you get the source from ? or from the air only ?
I also hope the route is as per mentioned...as i stay there also..ha..ha..
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Source from a Gamuda Consultant. Read Star Biz dated 18-5-13.
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While I don't really hope for MRT @ Cyberjaya, it looks like there is a need, to make people moving into this future highrise city...

High Speed Train & MRT System @ Cyberjaya, let the dream comes true...
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see the accetera map.
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KL MRT now 14% done!, up from 3% in Dec 2012 (News)



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On top of existing plans, areas that I think should be served:

- Bandar Baru Selayang
- Batu Caves (instead of just Batu)
- Connect to Titiwangsa instead of just Jalan Ipoh
- KLCC needs a connection to Bukit Bintang or somewhere nearby
- I think Maluri is a better interchange than Plaza Phoenix
- Let's do Taman Connaught via Jalan Alam Damai?
- After Serdang KTM should not be a branch, instead it goes upwards to Seri Kembangan first
- I suggest Seri Kembangan thereafter head westwards towards Taman Equine and then Bandar Bukit Puchong-Puchong Prima intersecting with one of the LRT Ampang Line stations in Puchong.

What you guys think?
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Bro accetera, northern part i think it would be good they could extend to Selayang Hospital and FRIM for better public facilities connection, center part yes good to connect to Titiwangsa, agree on the southern part of Equine and Puchong connection. notworthy.gif

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http://www.bharian.com.my/bharian/articles...malagi/Article/



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Jajaran MRT2 diumum tidak lama lagi




Jajaran terperinci bagi projek Laluan 2 My Rapid Transit (MRT2) Lembah Klang akan diumumkan kerajaan tidak lama lagi, kata Ketua Eksekutif MRT Corp, Datuk Azhar Abdul Hamid.

Beliau berkata, ia sebaik kerajaan berpuas hati dengan cadangan yang dikemukakan Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD) berhubung jarak jajaran serta jenis pembinaan yang bakal terbabit di bawah projek itu.
Pembinaan MRT2, katanya akan dibuat dengan teliti dan tidak tergesa-gesa bagi memastikan ia dilaksanakan dengan teratur, sempurna dan mengikut jadual serta kos ditetapkan.


Kerajaan sedang menunggu perincian lengkap mengenai cadangan pembinaan MRT2 yang bakal dikemukakan SPAD dalam tempoh terdekat ini. Pengumuman rasmi mengenainya akan dibuat sebaik semua perkara yang dikemukakan dalam cadangan SPAD itu diluluskan.

Apa yang penting, sebelum pengumuman dibuat, kami (kerajaan dan MRT Corp) akan meneliti terlebih dulu semua cadangan SPAD bagi memastikan pembinaan MRT2 kelak dapat dilaksanakan dengan berkesan sejajar dengan ketersediaan semua sumbernya seperti tenaga kerja, teknologi dan kewangan, katanya kepada media selepas pelancaran mesin pengorek terowong (TBM) pelbagai ketumpatan (VD) bagi kegunaan projek MRT Lembah Klang oleh Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak di Kuala Lumpur, semalam.

Azhar berkata demikian ketika ditanya mengenai status dan persediaan MRT Corp sebagai pemilik dan pengendali MRT Lembah Klang dalam melaksanakan pembinaan MRT2 berdasarkan kemajuan agihan kontrak kerja bagi Laluan 1 (MRT1) sebelum ini yang menghubungkan Sungai Buloh dan Kajang.

Serah kualiti terbaik
Azhar berkata, kerajaan dan MRT Corp juga tidak akan terburu-buru atau lambat dalam melaksanakan pembinaan MRT2 bagi memastikan ia dapat diserahkan dengan kualiti terbaik bagi memenuhi keperluan pengangkutan penduduk di Lembah Klang.

Difahamkan, SPAD kini dalam peringkat perancangan akhir serta penilaian mengenai jajaran laluan untuk MRT2 itu yang bakal menjadi antara pelengkap kepada pembangunan rel bandar di bawah Pelan Induk Pengangkutan Lembah Klang Greater Kuala Lumpur.

Mengenai kemajuan MRT1, Azhar berkata, ia sudah mencapai tahap 14 peratus sejak kerja asasnya dimulakan pada Mac tahun lalu.

Beliau berkata, pembinaan projek MRT1 laluan Sungai Buloh-Kajang yang bakal membabitkan jarak 51 kilometer dengan 31 stesen perhentian, kini berjalan lancar dan akan siap mengikut jadual dan kos asal.

MRT1 (Sungai Buloh-Kajang) membabitkan dua fasa, iaitu Sungai Buloh ke Semantan (fasa satu) dan Semantan ke Kajang (fasa dua).

Fasa pertama akhir 2016

Kami yakin dapat menyiapkan pembinaan fasa pertama pada akhir 2016, manakala fasa kedua pula menjelang Julai 2017, katanya sambil menambah pelaksanaan MRT1 menepati bajet ditetapkan dengan kos pembinaan sebanyak RM23 bilion.

Sementara itu, Azhar berkata, TBM VD, iaitu mesin yang pertama seumpama di dunia akan digunakan bagi pembinaan dan penyudahan kerja bawah tanah, antara Portal Utara Semantan dan Portal Selatan Maluri Laluan Sungai Buloh-Kajang.

10 mesin TBM milik MMCGamuda KVMRT (T) Sdn Bhd, iaitu kontraktor yang dilantik bagi kerja pembinaan struktur bawah tanah, akan digunakan bagi semua kerja pembinaan terowong MRT1.

Enam daripada 10 TBM itu ialah mesin TBM VD yang bernilai RM50 juta setiap satu, manakala dua lagi mesin keseimbangan tekanan bumi, katanya sambil menambah kerja pembinaan semua terowong bawah tanah itu akan membabitkan laluan sepanjang 9.5 kilometer dari kawasan Cochrane, Kampung Pandan hingga ke Pasar Rakyat di ibu negara.
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your taman bukit teratai station is out of place. it's a mountainous area to go through taman segar
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Funny, isn't it? The approved SUKE highway is going through the same path.
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the alignment now is with SPAD...anybody have lubang there ?

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Funny, isn't it? The approved SUKE highway is going through the same path.
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combo of different transit = save cost = avoid songlap
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Bro accetera, northern part i think it would be good they could extend to Selayang Hospital and FRIM for better public facilities connection
no problem, accetera Gor will ask Bijan include it for you tomorrow icon_idea.gif
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Doubt there will be a station in Batu Caves as KTM extended the line from Sentul to Batu Caves recently. in addtion, building elevated station there require indian community to agree.
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There should be a spur line (my guess extend from Kepong sentral) all the way north to Selayang hospital/ Uitm area. Remember seeing the map in KLKV Public Transport Master Plan.
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Why Mrt 3 line cover so small?




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Why Mrt 3  line cover so small?
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U went to ho chin soon talk n came up with this map?

Mrt 1 n 2 r moving to the southern part of greater kl. No doubt. Lots of gravity there.

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On top of existing plans, areas that I think should be served:

- Bandar Baru Selayang
- Batu Caves (instead of just Batu)
- Connect to Titiwangsa instead of just Jalan Ipoh
- KLCC needs a connection to Bukit Bintang or somewhere nearby
- I think Maluri is a better interchange than Plaza Phoenix
- Let's do Taman Connaught via Jalan Alam Damai?
- After Serdang KTM should not be a branch, instead it goes upwards to Seri Kembangan first
- I suggest Seri Kembangan thereafter head westwards towards Taman Equine and then Bandar Bukit Puchong-Puchong Prima intersecting with one of the LRT Ampang Line stations in Puchong.

What you guys think?
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the existing mrt/lrt still not yet fully constructed.. when these future mrt/lrt will start work?
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[MRT REAL ESTATE AS OF JUNE 2013]
* Pedestrian connection will be further confirmed at later stage, however, depending on developments, some developers have proposed to build a link bridge or underpass or road connection with the station.

Kg Baru Sg Buloh
[COMING SOON] - D'Sara Sentral by Mah Sing Group (*to be connected)

Dataran Sunway
[U/C] - Tropicana Gardens (*to be connected)
[U/C] - Sunway Nexis (*to be connected)

One Utama
[LEASING] - Tower 5 First Avenue (*to be connected)

TTDI
[U/C] - TTDI Ascencia (*to be connected)
[LEASING] - Menara LGB (*to be connected)
[U/C] - The Greens @ TTDI (a short walk away)
[U/C] - Glomac Damansara Residences (a short walk away)

Pusat Bandar Damansara
[U/C] - DC Residency @ Damansara City (a short walk away)

KL Sentral
[U/C] - The Sentral Residences (*to be connected)
[U/C] - The St. Regis Residences (*to be connected)

Cochrane
[NEW & U/C] - Sunway VeloCity (*to be connected)
[COMING SOON] - "Mutiara 428 Cochrane Residences" by Boustead Group (*to be connected)

Maluri
[NEW] - Shamelin Star Soho-Residences (a short walk away)

Taman Bukit Ria
[NEW] - Lido Residency (a short walk away)

Leisure Mall
[COMING SOON] - EkoCheras by Ekovest Group (*to be connected)

Plaza Phoenix
[NEW] - Maxim Residences (a short walk away)

Taman Suntex
[NEW & U/C] - You City (*to be connected)

Taman Cuepacs
[U/C] - 7 Tree Seven Residen (a short walk away)

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PropertyTalk & Lifestyle Malaysia
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[MRT REAL ESTATE AS OF JUNE 2013]
* Pedestrian connection will be further confirmed at later stage, however, depending on developments, some developers have proposed to build a link bridge or underpass or road connection with the station.

Kg Baru Sg Buloh
[COMING SOON] - D'Sara Sentral by Mah Sing Group (*to be connected)

Dataran Sunway
[U/C] - Tropicana Gardens (*to be connected)
[U/C] - Sunway Nexis (*to be connected)

One Utama
[LEASING] - Tower 5 First Avenue (*to be connected)

TTDI
[U/C] - TTDI Ascencia (*to be connected)
[LEASING] - Menara LGB (*to be connected)
[U/C] - The Greens @ TTDI (a short walk away)
[U/C] - Glomac Damansara Residences (a short walk away)

Pusat Bandar Damansara
[U/C] - DC Residency @ Damansara City (a short walk away)

KL Sentral
[U/C] - The Sentral Residences (*to be connected)
[U/C] - The St. Regis Residences (*to be connected)

Cochrane
[NEW & U/C] - Sunway VeloCity (*to be connected)
[COMING SOON] - "Mutiara 428 Cochrane Residences" by Boustead Group (*to be connected)

Maluri
[NEW] - Shamelin Star Soho-Residences (a short walk away)

Taman Bukit Ria
[NEW] - Lido Residency (a short walk away)

Leisure Mall
[COMING SOON] - EkoCheras by Ekovest Group (*to be connected)

Plaza Phoenix
[NEW] - Maxim Residences (a short walk away)

Taman Suntex
[NEW & U/C] - You City (*to be connected)

Taman Cuepacs
[U/C] - 7 Tree Seven Residen (a short walk away)
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all the above price already very high sweat.gif

below 2 price is the cheapest : Lido & 7 Tree Seven brows.gif

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hi, Any latest new about the route of MRT 2 ?
Will it come to Selayang ?
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hi, Any latest new about the route of MRT 2 ?
Will it come to Selayang  ?
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i think salayang got.

but more toward jinjang selayang. not betul betul selayang la.

this is mrt 1 progress.

it look very fast 30% completed for some section. sweat.gif


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30% on tunnel digging only. They better dig fast. I have a lousy prop at Semantan depends heavily on mrt for further appreciation sad.gif
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the MRT2 allignment will be proposed in Q2 this year..any insider news on its alignment ?
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Will the news report on DIBS be a Damper on MRT related properties??

This was just reported in Star on 29 jun 2013,
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By LEONG HUNG YEE hungyee@thestar.com.my

THE potential move to impose curbs on the Developer Interest-Bearing Scheme (DIBS) by Bank Negara may be negative for some developers in the short term and has little effect on banks.

StarBiz had reported that Bank Negara was studying the risks arising from the DIBS, with a view of potentially imposing curbs on it.

Basically, if you purchase property from a developer who offers DIBS financing packages, then the developer would bear the interest for the loan during the construction period.

In other words, you don't have to pay anything to the bank until construction is complete. You only start paying the bank instalments after the property is fully constructed.

DIBS has become a popular and easy financing package offered in joint-promotional activities between banks and developers in recent years.

CIMB Investment Bank Bhd research head Terence Wong said if the move by the central bank were true, then it would be "negative" for developers in the short term, although not entirely unexpected, as speculation on such a move had already surfaced in May.

"Although such a policy would have a negative impact on speculative demand, we believe the impact on earnings would be muted, while creating a healthier property market led more by fundamentals," he said, adding that he had heard whispers over the past few weeks on the possibility.

"We remain overweight' on the property sector, with Mah Sing Group Bhd as our top pick, and robust sales and earnings growth as sector catalysts. Any weakness in property stocks is an opportunity to accumulate, in our view," Wong added. Industry players are still awaiting a formal announcement from the central bank, if any.

Mah Sing's group managing director and chief executive Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum pointed out that there has been no announcement on interest-bearing schemes thus far.

However, he hopes that any implementation would take into consideration the industry's feedback and the current market condition.

In addition, Leong said the lending environment was generally still conducive, with financing liquidity still attractive and interest rates still low.

While Mah Sing offers DIBS packages for some of its projects, it does not offer the scheme for its industrial, commercial and landed residential projects.

Hong Leong Investment Bank Research, meanwhile, believes that developers with a high concentration of high-end, high-rise developments such as Eastern & Oriental Bhd would be the most severely affected.

However, it reckoned that other major developers within its coverage would not be as badly affected, given their exposure to this policy shift would comprise less than 50% of their sales.

Kenanga Research analysts said there was market talk that Bank Negara might want to do without the easy financing packages as part of the property lending curb.

However, they say quick checks with developers under their coverage indicated that the developers were not extending this scheme to many projects at the moment, as banks were also discouraging developers from undertaking the scheme because of speculative activities.

"Notably, Hua Yang Bhd's and Crescendo Corp Bhd's projects do not use this scheme, so they would be least affected in terms of demand. So, in terms of fundamentals, it should not hurt demand too much, particularly for the bigger developers.

"It would affect stock sentiment in the short run, so do expect further sell-downs if the curb on DIBS materialises not even the high dividend-yielding ones would be spared," they opined.

In the medium term, Kenanga Research does not expect prolonged sell-downs, as the Government was already talking about implementing the build-then-sell model, which would restrict future supply and lend strength to demand and larger players such as SP Setia Bhd, Mah Sing, IJM Land Bhd and UEM Sunrise Bhd.

"Currently, our sector is under review. Our existing call is overweight' and we are likely to maintain this, but with a more selective or buy-on-weakness stance. We are likely to continue promoting affordable developers like Hua Yang and Crescendo due to their resilient demand-based profile. We also like Johor-based developers like UEM Sunrise, as we believe there would be more positive news flows towards the year-end, for example, the Malaysia-Singapore Rapid Transit System, the listing of Iskandar Waterfront Holdings Sdn Bhd and more strategic tie-ups," they added.

Concurrently, Maybank Investment Bank Research said assuming DIBS packages were banned, it estimates the worst-case scenario to be a marginal 0.7 percentage point to be shaved off its 2014 industry loans growth forecast of 10.5% to 9.8%.

"We believe domestic banks have been more tempered in their exposure to the mortgage segment, and channel checks point to limited exposure at this stage. We maintain our industry loan and earnings forecasts for the individual banks for now.

"We remain overweight' on the banking sector, with our buys' being AMMB Holdings Bhd, RHB Capital Bhd, BIMB Holdings Bhd and Hong Leong Financial Group Bhd," Maybank said.

It explained that general guidance was that such loans had made up 15%-20% of new mortgage loans over the past few years.

Thus, some dampening effect was to be expected.

"Nevertheless, we believe the impact is likely to be contained by the fact that the housing loan growth of the Big Six' banks has been measured and such loans account for less than 5% of total residential loans for the big banks."

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PropertyTalk & Lifestyle Malaysia
https://www.facebook.com/groups/115179435202482/
[MRT REAL ESTATE AS OF JUNE 2013]
* Pedestrian connection will be further confirmed at later stage, however, depending on developments, some developers have proposed to build a link bridge or underpass or road connection with the station.

Kg Baru Sg Buloh
[COMING SOON] - D'Sara Sentral by Mah Sing Group (*to be connected)

Dataran Sunway
[U/C] - Tropicana Gardens (*to be connected)
[U/C] - Sunway Nexis (*to be connected)

One Utama
[LEASING] - Tower 5 First Avenue (*to be connected)

TTDI
[U/C] - TTDI Ascencia (*to be connected)
[LEASING] - Menara LGB (*to be connected)
[U/C] - The Greens @ TTDI (a short walk away)
[U/C] - Glomac Damansara Residences (a short walk away)

Pusat Bandar Damansara
[U/C] - DC Residency @ Damansara City (a short walk away)

KL Sentral
[U/C] - The Sentral Residences (*to be connected)
[U/C] - The St. Regis Residences (*to be connected)

Cochrane
[NEW & U/C] - Sunway VeloCity (*to be connected)
[COMING SOON] - "Mutiara 428 Cochrane Residences" by Boustead Group (*to be connected)

Maluri
[NEW] - Shamelin Star Soho-Residences (a short walk away)

Taman Bukit Ria
[NEW] - Lido Residency (a short walk away)

Leisure Mall
[COMING SOON] - EkoCheras by Ekovest Group (*to be connected)

Plaza Phoenix
[NEW] - Maxim Residences (a short walk away)

Taman Suntex
[NEW & U/C] - You City (*to be connected)

Taman Cuepacs
[U/C] - 7 Tree Seven Residen (a short walk away)
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Brother, out of all these, which one has HUGE shopping mall?

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Brother, out of all these, which one has HUGE shopping mall?
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Nu Sentral, Tropicana Gardens, Sunway VeloCity and Cochrane Mall+Ikea

Smaller malls are D'Sentral (not confirmed), Glomac Damansara Galleria (not confirmed), Town Square @ Damansara City (high end like Publika), EkoCheras (not confirmed) and You Festival Walk @ You City.

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Nu Sentral, Tropicana Gardens, Sunway VeloCity and Cochrane Mall+Ikea

Smaller malls are D'Sentral (not confirmed), Glomac Damansara Galleria (not confirmed), Town Square @ Damansara City (high end like Publika), EkoCheras (not confirmed) and You Festival Walk @ You City.

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Nu Sentral, Tropicana Gardens, Sunway VeloCity and Cochrane Mall+Ikea
>>> All launched? Any of these launching?

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>>> KLCC or foresta?

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QUOTE(xyyap @ Jun 30 2013, 01:35 PM)
Nu Sentral, Tropicana Gardens, Sunway VeloCity and Cochrane Mall+Ikea
>>> All launched? Any of these launching?

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>>> KLCC or foresta?
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either one... klcc will be iproperty expo and kopitiam.... foresta is foresta event that has fireworks.

Most are launching actually... haha. Buyers are already thinking RM1,500 psf for Tropicana Gardens. LOL

Cochrane development is by Boustead and VVIP priority first. Launch next year i think.

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QUOTE(accetera @ Jun 30 2013, 01:30 PM)
Nu Sentral, Tropicana Gardens, Sunway VeloCity and Cochrane Mall+Ikea

Smaller malls are D'Sentral (not confirmed), Glomac Damansara Galleria (not confirmed), Town Square @ Damansara City (high end like Publika), EkoCheras (not confirmed) and You Festival Walk @ You City.

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EkoCheras already have connectivity to Leisure Mall, they still want to do another mall meh? Too many..

Then again, it is quite a substantial mixed development.. maybe.
Its density would also fuel the need for more F&B support.

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QUOTE(PropFox @ Jun 30 2013, 03:50 PM)
EkoCheras already have connectivity to Leisure Mall, they still want to do another mall meh? Too many..

Then again, it is quite a substantial mixed development.. maybe.
Its density would also fuel the need for more F&B support.
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Maybe not the usual mall... more of shops and plaza.. like solaris mk or solaris dutamas.

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Maybe not the usual mall... more of shops and plaza.. like solaris mk or solaris dutamas.
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Yup, I too believe that most likely they will go along that line.

Btw Accetera boss, for your organised meet next Saturday, seems like there are 2 sessions, PTLM at 3pm and then the Foresta one at 6pm.
I cant make it for the PTLM at 3 so means I head to the other venue at Damansara Foresta Sales Gallery, Bandar Sri Damansara at 6pm? And how do I RSVP for this one? Thx
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QUOTE(PropFox @ Jun 30 2013, 04:20 PM)
Yup, I too believe that most likely they will go along that line.

Btw Accetera boss, for your organised meet next Saturday, seems like there are 2 sessions, PTLM at 3pm and then the Foresta one at 6pm.
I cant make it for the PTLM at 3 so means I head to the other venue at Damansara Foresta Sales Gallery, Bandar Sri Damansara at 6pm? And how do I RSVP for this one? Thx
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Either one.. a single same rsvp here: https://www.facebook.com/events/211909475627385

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QUOTE(accetera @ Jun 30 2013, 01:41 PM)
either one... klcc will be iproperty expo and kopitiam.... foresta is foresta event that has fireworks.

Most are launching actually... haha. Buyers are already thinking RM1,500 psf for Tropicana Gardens. LOL

Cochrane development is by Boustead and VVIP priority first. Launch next year i think.
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Anybody knows is the Maluri Jusco going for extention ? since their location is very strategic..?

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Brother, out of all these, which one has HUGE shopping mall?
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Anybody knows is the Maluri Jusco going for extention ? since their location is very strategic..?
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hear will have direct underground link with the mrt station.

so, 100% have extention ( at least the underground section)
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Thought MALURI Jusco should have large scale extension like what the 1U done. since opposite of the shopping center and at its back, still have large land for developed.

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hear will have direct underground link with the mrt station.

so, 100% have extention ( at least the underground section)
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Thought MALURI Jusco should have large scale extension like what the 1U done. since opposite of the shopping center and at its back, still have large land for developed.
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problem is maluri jusco not so "ong"

people prefer to go to klcc, mid valley, sg wang, tmn segar etc.. in this part of town

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Maluri and cochrane is going to have a big change
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MRT lines 2 & 3 seem quiet after election.... Nobody know wat will happen...

Maybe there is no MRT lines 2 & 3 as proposed early??
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MRT lines 2 & 3 seem quiet after election.... Nobody know wat will happen...

Maybe there is no MRT lines 2 & 3 as proposed early??
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no MRT 2 is on the way..u may go to Damai perdana Cheras. A few MRT machines are in place doing ground testing..they just place beside the road..abt 2-3 are there..

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no MRT 2 is on the way..u may go to Damai perdana Cheras. A few MRT machines are in place doing ground testing..they just place beside the road..abt 2-3 are there..
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no MRT 2 is on their way ?
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2013-06-17 15:57

KUALA LUMPUR, June 17 (Bernama) -- The second and third lines of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system is expected to serve Putrajaya, MRT Corporation Sdn Bhd Chief Executive Officer Datuk Azhar Abdul Hamid said today.

He said the Land Public Transport Commission was preparing a working paper with regard to the new lines which would be presented to the government for approval.

"We are expecting good news (approval from the government) by year-end," he told reporters after visiting MRT's centralised labour quarters (CLQ).

Azhar said the working paper by the commission would cover the second and third lines of the MRT but the execution would depend on the government if it wants to implement both lines simultaneously or one after the other.

He also said the second line may ply between Sungai Buloh and Putrajaya but however nothing has been finalised.

On the CLQ, Azhar said the centre would cater for the accommodation requirement of foreign workers and a small percentage of local personnel.

At the peak of the MRT construction, about 13,000 workers are expected to be deployed in the project.

MRT would build four centres for approximately RM100 million to accommodate 12,000 workers in Sungai Buloh, Cochrane, Cheras and Kajang.

Besides accommodation, the CLQ would also house a surau, health bay, cafeteria, recreation area, several sundry shops and the state-of-the art security system which can only be activated by face recognition.

The first line of the MRT project is expected to be completed in July 2017 and it will have the maximum capacity to ferry 400,000 passengers daily with a catchment area of 1.2 million living along the Sungai Buloh-Kajang stretch.

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Any new upcoming condominium project beside MRT?
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https://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...5379&hl=ekovest
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Any updates? Which MRT station got potential??? brows.gif brows.gif brows.gif

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Nothing comfirm yet...
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Nothing comfirm yet...
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Maybe they will tell you this time delay again and again..againx999
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No news no news no news for MRT lines 2 & 3....
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No news no news no news for MRT lines 2 & 3....
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LRT, MRT are the best maps for hunting worthy property FOR those who have attended talks by reputable local mapmaker Ho Chin Soon, they would know by now that his mantra goes like this: "Follow the infrastructure." That being the case, light rail transit (LRT) and mass rapid transit (MRT) trails are the best maps for anyone hunting down that property with good appreciative value. When the train starts running, Ho of Ho Chin Soon Research says, students and expats or anyone who cannot afford their own place and relies on public transportation would rent around train stations. "And if rent yield is good, that means price will be good for the property," he says after a talk on Bukit Jalil as a strategic location, hosted by Trinity Group Sdn Bhd. "With developments extending to Sungai Buloh and Cyberjaya, Bukit Jalil is a central area within Klang Valley." Using the Kinrara Army Camp as a centre of gravity, Bukit Jalil sits within a 22km radius - what Ho dubs the first-tier location that captures ample medical facilities available. What more it has two new LRT stations in construction and many road improvements underway, and the effect will spillover to surrounding areas like Puchong too. North of Bukit jalil, Overseas Union Garden (OUG) is reported to site the monorail extension which is proposed to run from KL Sentral, through Old Klang Road and snake all the way to Bandar Sunway. "Currently the average growth for Kuala Lumpur house price is 6.71% per annum. Buyers can expect a good return on investment in a mere five years once all the roads and rail projects are completed." Boutique developer Trinity Group - not to be confused with Trinity Corp Bhd - has hit the nail on the head with its Bukit Jalil residential high-rise which are taking shape alongside the Bukit Jalil LRT extension just a stone's throw away. The latest to be launched by the company, Z Residence will be close to two LRT stations, one only 350 m away while the other about 500 m away. "Not only the LRTs are here, the road improvements around the area are 70% to 80% completed," Ho says of the development. Furthermore, a Chinese school will be relocated to Bukit Jalil from Jalan Ampang, enhancing a family-friendly environment. The freehold Z Residence can be seen starkly from the Shah Alam Highway, sited adjacent to Kiara Residence which is leasehold. Access to this enclave is not limited to the LRTs and roads from the Bukit Jalil end but also via Jalan Awan Besar and a smaller link via Jalan Awan Cina from OUG. The 1136-unit Z Residence, targeted to be completed in June 2014, has a 95% take-up rate since its official launch in August 2011. "The positive response to the project signals a robust demand for developments situated within a strategic location with great infrastructure, facilities and for products with cutting-edge concepts and themes," general manager Ng Ching Yee says. As for the other ongoing development Zeva @ Equine South, 92% has been taken up since its launch in September 2012, a reflection of the growing appeal for mixed-use developments. Zeva is targeted to be completed in June 2015. Ng also reveals that Trinity has another condominium project in the pipeline, targeted to be launched in the first quarter next year. "We will be launching a new project sited on a 1.41ha freehold land in Sungai Besi. We are not able to share much about the project at this point of time but it will carry Trinity's hallmark of high quality and high value with a stylish edge," she says. One thing is for sure, Trinity will stick by its philosophy of building affordable high-end products. "We believe that property buyers today are not driven by price but value and innovation is key to creating value for our customers. Good design can lower cost, attract attention and communicate value to the intended target audience." In value-adding its customers, Trinity has made a RM3mil investment to improve the connectivity to Z Residence immediately when the project is completed. The missing link it is building to connect the development to Bukit Jalil Highway will benefit the entire vicinity. This is not the first time the group has worked out assessibility to its projects. For its Zest @ Kinrara 9 project completed and handed over early last year, Trinity also erected a RM7mil access ramp to ease the traffic congestion towards the development. "We were certain that with the improved accessibility and connectivity, the property price in the vicinity would be greatly enhanced. True to our expectations, the price of the serviced apartments generally shot up to 89% higher than the developer's price right after vacant possession." As a indication, Zest, which sold at RM250,000 for a 1,213 sq ft unit in 2009, has a sub-sale price of RM530,000 today. The four-block Z Residence is priced at RM452 to RM525 per sq ft, more affordable than neighbouring projects like Exsim Development Sdn Bhd's Twin Arkz at RM700 per sq ft and Berjaya Properties' KM1 at RM650 per sq ft. Z Residence has five layouts to choose from, ranging from 1,032 sq ft to 1,407 sq ft. Separately, Trinity has been on the hunt for overseas ventures as well, particularly in Asia. "We definitely have plans to look into the international market as that is the only way to expand," Ng says. She adds that the group is in talks with a few landowners and joint-venture partners. At the moment, the promising deals are now centred in China and Singapore while Cambodia and Thailand remain potential countries. As for what Trinity intends to build overseas, Ng says it would depend on the target market and pricing when the time comes. "Currently, we are studying several proposals from our joint-venture partners but we have not decided on anything concrete. So we don't think that we will have any overseas projects coming on stream next year."
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I'd take it with a pinch of salt. Not all projects near the mrt will be a goldmine whereas a project not near the mrt wont necessarily perform poorer than those near the line/stations.
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I'd take it with a pinch of salt. Not all projects near the mrt will be a goldmine whereas a project not near the mrt wont necessarily perform poorer than those near the line/stations.
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Totally agree. Look at Gaya Bangsar. So many empty units for 2 yrs now. Right next door to MRT but with sky high prices, those who seek public transport cannot afford such property (even rent). Those who can afford to rent/buy, dont need to use the LRT/MRT.

I believe only mid-end products works well with MRT nearby.
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Sorry, Gaya is right next door to LRT (not MRT) but same logic applies.
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QUOTE(familyfirst @ Jul 29 2013, 09:15 AM)
Totally agree.  Look at Gaya Bangsar.  So many empty units for 2 yrs now.  Right next door to MRT but with sky high prices, those who seek public transport cannot afford such property (even rent).  Those who can afford to rent/buy, dont need to use the LRT/MRT. 

I believe only mid-end products works well with MRT nearby.
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QUOTE(familyfirst @ Jul 29 2013, 09:15 AM)
Totally agree.  Look at Gaya Bangsar.  So many empty units for 2 yrs now.  Right next door to MRT but with sky high prices, those who seek public transport cannot afford such property (even rent).  Those who can afford to rent/buy, dont need to use the LRT/MRT. 

I believe only mid-end products works well with MRT nearby.
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Yes, agreed but based on the price they selling have made a hefty gain..

If buyers selling it a bit lower, then will be snatch up by buyers easily... We could only say Gaya Bangsar owners are those rich owners with holding power...

Willing buyer, willing sellers applied in market...
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QUOTE(familyfirst @ Jul 29 2013, 09:15 AM)
Totally agree.  Look at Gaya Bangsar.  So many empty units for 2 yrs now.  Right next door to MRT but with sky high prices, those who seek public transport cannot afford such property (even rent).  Those who can afford to rent/buy, dont need to use the LRT/MRT. 

I believe only mid-end products works well with MRT nearby.
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I agree with you... Properties located nearby LRT or MRT must be within affordable range.. For people who dont have a car to commute around... Their budget is anything less than RM3k ( And most of them prefer anything with 2 to 3 bedrooms)

We are talking about lower budget expats...

Because ppl who can afford a car or a luxury rental does not necessary requires public transport to commute around.. They's rather stay far away, and a better quality condo...

They either have a driver or they own a car...Big companies sure give allowance for that..

And besides Malaysian Public Transport a'int that efficient also...

For example.. Look at Mont Kiara..

No LRT, high ticket items... better quality lifestyle also..

WHo wants to stay near Gaya Bangsar.. Congested area.. and Expensive at the same time..

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I agree with you... Properties located nearby LRT or MRT must be within affordable range.. For people who dont have a car to commute around... Their budget is anything less than RM3k ( And most of them prefer anything with 2 to 3 bedrooms)

We are talking about lower budget expats...

Because ppl who can afford a car or a luxury rental does not necessary requires public transport to commute around.. They's rather stay far away, and a better quality condo...

They either have a driver or they own a car...Big companies sure give allowance for that..

And besides Malaysian Public Transport a'int that efficient also...

For example.. Look at Mont Kiara..

No LRT, high ticket items... better quality lifestyle also..

WHo wants to stay near Gaya Bangsar.. Congested area.. and Expensive at the same time..

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Yes, those owners have holding power! No fire sales yet... brows.gif

QUOTE(shaybaby @ Jul 29 2013, 10:18 AM)
I agree with you... Properties located nearby LRT or MRT must be within affordable range.. For people who dont have a car to commute around... Their budget is anything less than RM3k ( And most of them prefer anything with 2 to 3 bedrooms)

We are talking about lower budget expats...

Because ppl who can afford a car or a luxury rental does not necessary requires public transport to commute around.. They's rather stay far away, and a better quality condo...

They either have a driver or they own a car...Big companies sure give allowance for that..

And besides Malaysian Public Transport a'int that efficient also...

For example.. Look at Mont Kiara..

No LRT, high ticket items... better quality lifestyle also..

WHo wants to stay near Gaya Bangsar.. Congested area.. and Expensive at the same time..

Just my 3 cents  icon_rolleyes.gif  rclxm9.gif
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Still no news on MRT 2.0 Delay as usual
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Yes.. MRT line 2 / Circle line will be announced by end of this week...
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MRT circle line confirmed pass through Pantai Dalam at future Pantai Sentral Park.

1 more will be at Bukit Angkasa, just nest to centrio hillpark....
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QUOTE(accetera @ Jul 29 2013, 06:23 PM)
The news is in one of the newspaper today. Cabinet approved.
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Which newspaper? Wil check out after work. =)
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Which newspaper? Wil check out after work. =)
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Just wait for news on this weekend...
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QUOTE(accetera @ Jul 29 2013, 05:23 PM)
The news is in one of the newspaper today. Cabinet approved.
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Wow, thats good news indeed
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Get ready and sapu whatever u can!!!!
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Great if mr.patrick can list out those developments near to MRT line 1 and 2. =P
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QUOTE(Nomos @ Jul 29 2013, 08:46 AM)
I'd take it with a pinch of salt. Not all projects near the mrt will be a goldmine whereas a project not near the mrt wont necessarily perform poorer than those near the line/stations.
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If you read the article carefully, it is asking readers to use the map and compare prices of properties around the area.

That is how I am reading the article.
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This weekend? Sure? Like tht developer sure jack up the price after news out.

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Just wait for news on this weekend...
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So confident?

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MRT circle line confirmed pass through Pantai Dalam at future Pantai Sentral Park.

1 more will be at Bukit Angkasa, just nest to centrio hillpark....
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QUOTE(accetera @ Jul 29 2013, 05:23 PM)
The news is in one of the newspaper today. Cabinet approved.
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chief help post the approved map asap ya notworthy.gif
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QUOTE(hondaracer @ Jul 29 2013, 10:44 PM)
If you read the article carefully, it is asking readers to use the map and compare prices of properties around the area.

That is how I am reading the article.
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I beg to differ though - the article starts with one premise (great valued projects are located close to the mrt) but ends with another (developers are doing various exciting things, some not related to the mrt factor). For this i only refer to the first part.
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QUOTE(hondaracer @ Jul 29 2013, 10:44 PM)
If you read the article carefully, it is asking readers to use the map and compare prices of properties around the area.

That is how I am reading the article.
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I beg to differ though - the article starts with one premise (great valued projects are located close to the mrt) but ends with another (developers are doing various exciting things, some not related to the mrt factor). Quite strange in my opinion (maybe i need to reread it). For this i only refer to the first part.

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So confident?
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Bro.. This is insider news.... Keke
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so MRT2 extend to Cyberjaya or not? kekeke

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Bro.. This is insider news.... Keke
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QUOTE(noblebaby @ Jul 30 2013, 09:41 AM)
so MRT2 extend to Cyberjaya or not? kekeke
Isnt that MRT 3?
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MRT lime 2 = MRT circle line

It won't pass through cyberjaya...
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QUOTE(Helius @ Jul 30 2013, 11:31 AM)
MRT lime 2 = MRT circle line

It won't pass through cyberjaya...
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circle line will passby TBS?
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rumour said one of the station is oppposite of serdang ktm!
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that place jam like hell everyday.
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anyone can verify? the station opposite ktm serdang.
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QUOTE(LCL01 @ Jul 30 2013, 12:35 PM)
rumour said one of the station is oppposite of serdang ktm!
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opposite Serdang KTM?
Means in future DreamCity wil be facing to MRT.. but far away la..

so the DreamCity value wil up up up too?
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opposite Serdang KTM?
Means in future DreamCity wil be facing to MRT.. but far away la..

so the DreamCity value wil up up up too?
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hahahah hoepfully.
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QUOTE(LCL01 @ Jul 30 2013, 12:41 PM)
hahahah hoepfully.
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I think now stil in planning stage right? stil many procedures for them do this mrt 2 plan..
mights take yearssss till 2018 to complete..
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QUOTE(Kvsual @ Jul 30 2013, 11:43 AM)
I think now stil in planning stage right? stil many procedures for them do this mrt 2 plan..
mights take yearssss till 2018 to complete..
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usually people just factor in expectation to the price hahahaha
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icic. biggrin.gif hope pass by KL ECO City

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MRT lime 2 = MRT circle line

It won't pass through cyberjaya...
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Hope the line will extend to Kepong / selayang / Jinjang area ......


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icic.  biggrin.gif  hope pass by KL ECO City
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icic.  biggrin.gif  hope pass by KL ECO City
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Sp setia SA said theyre trying tongue.gif
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QUOTE(yoonchuan @ Jul 30 2013, 12:33 PM)
Hope the line will extend to Kepong / selayang / Jinjang area ......
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Based on the non official routes, it does proposed go thru jinjang, kepong n selayang
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QUOTE(noblebaby @ Jul 30 2013, 12:18 PM)
icic.  biggrin.gif  hope pass by KL ECO City
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Confirmed 1 station at kl ecocity....
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Good news to me. Thanks. rclxms.gif

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Confirmed 1 station at kl ecocity....
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by the way, any news on MRT3? got station at Cyber?

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Confirmed 1 station at kl ecocity....
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bro Helius, what about station in Mont Kiara, is there any? Ho Chin Soon prediction correct or not?

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Confirmed 1 station at kl ecocity....
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how can the line be circle if it run from sg buloh to putrajaya ?
bit doubt on the talk of MRT 2...initially mrt 2 is frm sg buloh to putrajaya then circle line is witiin city center not reach the two area of sg buloh and putrajaya.
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How bout kota kemuning mrt
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QUOTE(gsw8895 @ Jul 30 2013, 05:40 PM)
how can the line be circle if it run from sg buloh to putrajaya ?
bit doubt on the talk of MRT 2...initially mrt 2 is frm sg buloh to putrajaya then circle line is witiin city center not reach the two area of sg buloh and putrajaya.
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Am wondering the same. So are they going to announce both Line 2 & 3, ie Sg Buloh to Putrajaya line and also Circle line? Or just the radial line and then only circle line at a yet later time?
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How bout kota kemuning mrt
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[U]kota kemuning got MRT ah? Then Port Klang got chance loh . Ha......
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[U]kota kemuning got MRT ah? Then Port Klang got chance loh . Ha......
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Dont think MRT will be access to MRT
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This weekend government will announce MRT line 2 only. Means circle line in KL...
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QUOTE(Helius @ Jul 30 2013, 10:57 PM)
This weekend government will announce MRT line 2 only. Means circle line in KL...
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Insider news ah? Why so sure ? Malaysia Boleh ..u know .?
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Dont think MRT will be access to MRT
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MRT access to MRT?  hmm.gif
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inception within inception? hmm.gif
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why weekend and not work day?

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This weekend government will announce MRT line 2 only. Means circle line in KL...
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why weekend and not work day?
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So that everyone has the time to read news i think...workday some ppl just too busy... tongue.gif just joking
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after read news then go out BBB rclxms.gif

QUOTE(iwin_wai @ Jul 31 2013, 10:43 AM)
So that everyone has the time to read news i think...workday some ppl just too busy... tongue.gif  just joking
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If they really want to expand..the first area is SETIA ALAM..where PNB via SP SETIA has huge interest there...
the 1 malaysia medical center is built there as well...kind of more reasonable extend from sg buloh to setia alam also...


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QUOTE(gsw8895 @ Jul 31 2013, 05:42 PM)
If they really want to expand..the first area is SETIA ALAM..where PNB via SP SETIA has huge interest there...
the 1 malaysia medical center is built there as well...kind of more reasonable extend from sg buloh to setia alam also...
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why build MRT in setia alam? the population density is very low there compared to places like PJ.

places like sunway and subang will not have MRT for the time being as priority is to serve the ridership towards KL City first..
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QUOTE(noblebaby @ Jul 31 2013, 10:51 AM)
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Greater KL highrise near to MRT? Priced in the marked up already. At most, another 30% appreciation upon VP.

& we are not sure how the MRT quality will be.

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QUOTE(accetera @ Jul 31 2013, 11:18 PM)
why build MRT in setia alam? the population density is very low there compared to places like PJ.

places like sunway and subang will not have MRT for the time being as priority is to serve the ridership towards KL City first..
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Setia has made enough money from setia alam.

The bank valuation is not high, subsale there is moving slow.

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I would like to get some opinion on this issue as i'm not very well-versed in property matters...

Say i live in an area where the MRT project is announced (pretty much walking distance)... Certainly my property would appreciate in value... But let's say my area is already very well-developed and there aren't any more development planned in the vicinity (shopping malls, offices etc) so the MRT project is pretty much the sole reason for the appreciation of the surrounding property... The project would take years to complete, so would the prices of the property continue to rise throughout those years? And if i'm planning to sell my property, when would be the best time? When it's completed? Or wait a few more years AFTER it's been completed? Is there a risk that after the project has been completed, the property prices would then reach it's max and start to depreciate? Thanks for any opinions on this...
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For long term kv prop price can only upupup. Don't sell unless u have better plan for the cash u gonna get.
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but what if i want to sell because my family just can't stand the noise and overcrowding (which would be much worse later on)? And the idea of renting it out is also out of the question as we could use the money for a home in a more "relaxing" location..
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Then u r selling for personal reason which put money &; timing out of equation. U r contradicting urselve dude.
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Should have MRT connect to kesas via kota kemuning. High catchment and population nearby subang shah alam
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