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The KTM ETS, commercially known as ETS which stands for "Electric Train Service", is an inter-city rail service operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad utilizing electric multiple units. The KTM ETS
KTM ETS
is the second electric train service to be operated by the Malaysian railway company, after the KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
service. It is the fastest metre gauge train service in Malaysia
Malaysia
that currently operates along the electrified and double-tracked stretch of the West Coast Line between Gemas
Gemas
and Padang Besar on the Malaysia-Thai border by the Malaysian national railway operator, Keretapi Tanah Melayu. The trains travel up to 140 km/h (87 mph) on electrified metre gauge rail line which can be considered as higher speed rail (HrSR) based on passenger rail terminology instead of high speed rail (HSR). The speed is similar to that of the Kamome
Kamome
Express and Sonic Express in Japan, the Taroko Express
Taroko Express
and Puyuma Express
Puyuma Express
in Taiwan, and the Tilt Train
Tilt Train
service in Australia. However these services use the 1,067mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge. In view of this, there is high possibility KTM ETS
KTM ETS
service is the only one inter-city rail line recorded in the world using 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) metre gauge at maximum speed of 140 km/h. The rail service is currently operated by KTM Intercity
KTM Intercity
Division. It was previously operated by ETS Sendirian Berhad, a fully owned subsidiary of Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Berhad.

Contents

1 Background 2 Train services

2.1 KL Sentral
KL Sentral
- Ipoh 2.2 Ipoh
Ipoh
- Butterworth - Padang Besar 2.3 Gemas
Gemas
- KL Sentral
KL Sentral
- Ipoh
Ipoh
- Butterworth - Padang Besar

3 Rolling stock

3.1 First Generation 3.2 Second Generation

4 Proposed extension 5 Gallery 6 See also 7 References

Background[edit] It was introduced by Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
on 12 August 2010 following the completion of the electrification and double-tracking of the Rawang to Ipoh
Ipoh
stretch of the West Coast Line of Peninsular Malaysia. The service was progressively extended to other sections of the West Coast Line when subsequent electrification and double-tracking works were completed. Train services[edit]

This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (March 2018)

Launched in August 2010, the service originally operated between Ipoh and Seremban
Seremban
but the KL Sentral- Seremban
Seremban
sector was taken out of service in October 2012.[2] The service was extended from Ipoh
Ipoh
to Padang Besar via Butterworth, the mainland town opposite George Town, with the introduction of the ETS Transit on 10 July 2015, with stops at 24 stations. At the inception of service, only one train service in both directions were introduced. On the following day on 11 July 2015, the ETS Express between KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Padang Besar, via Butterworth was introduced, with stops at 15 stations. Again, only one service for both directions were introduced.[3] Subsequently, on 1 September 2015, an addition service between KL Sentral and Butterworth was introduced,[4] and on 10 October 2015, this service was extended southwards from KL Sentral
KL Sentral
to Gemas, together with the introduction of a new service between Padang Besar and Gemas.[5] The extension of the KTM ETS
KTM ETS
service to Gemas
Gemas
utilizes the electrified double-track between Seremban
Seremban
and Gemas
Gemas
which was completed in 2014. Also on 10 October 2015, a new service was launched between Butterworth and Padang Besar in addition to existing services but this service was subsequently reduced in frequency with the launching of the KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Northern Sector. There have been several revisions of timetables and services since then as more trains became available. The Platinum, Gold and Silver service classes were reintroduced while the terms "ETS Ekspres" and "ETS Transit" are no longer used. The following train service numbering system has been adopted for the KTM ETS:

EG920x, EG921x and EG922x for Gold Services departing from or ending at Padang Besar, except for EG9201/EG9202 between Butterworth and Gemas, EG9216 from Seremban
Seremban
to Butterworth, and EG9217 from Butterworth to Ipoh. EP921x for Platinum Services departing from or terminating at Padang Besar EG923x and EG924x for Gold Services departing from or terminating at Butterworth EP923x and EP924x for Platinum Services departing from or terminating at Butterworth EG93xx for Gold Services between KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Ipoh ES94xx for Silver Services between KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Ipoh EG95xx for services between Ipoh
Ipoh
and Padang Besar

KL Sentral
KL Sentral
- Ipoh[edit] The KL Sentral- Ipoh
Ipoh
ETS service was the first to be launched in August 2010 with the completion of the Rawang- Ipoh
Ipoh
Electrification and Double-Tracking Project. The service initially included the sector between KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Seremban
Seremban
but was discontinued in October 2012. Trains operating on this section are currently classed as either ETS Gold with service numbers EG93xx, or ETS Silver with service numbers ES93xx. ETS Gold trains take 2 hours and 20 minutes between KL Sentral and Ipoh, stopping at 10 stations (not including starting station), while ETS Silver trains take 2 hours 30 minutes with stops at 14 stations (again, not including starting station). Currently, there are 5 ETS Gold from KL Sentral
KL Sentral
to Ipoh
Ipoh
and 6 ETS Gold services on the return Ipoh
Ipoh
to KL Sentral
KL Sentral
route. As for the ETS Silver services, there are 2 for the KL Sentral
KL Sentral
to Ipoh
Ipoh
run, and 1 on the return Ipoh
Ipoh
to KL Sentral
KL Sentral
run.[6] Prior to October 2012, ETS Gold trains did not stop at Tapah Road and Sungkai, taking 2 hours 15 minutes. As of 2014, the Gold service stopped at the two stations but no longer stopped at the Sungai Buloh railway station, Kuala Kubu Bharu railway station and Behrang railway station. A platinum service was also in operation which travelled non-stop from Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
to Ipoh
Ipoh
in 1 hour 58 minutes, but was removed with the new timetable rescheduling.

Railway Station Gold Service Silver Service Gold Service Silver Service Gold Service

EG9302 ES9352 EG9304 EG9306 EG9308 ES9354 EG9310 EG9312

KL Sentral 0830 1220 1400 1600 1850 2045 2215 2245

Kuala Lumpur 0835 1225 1405 1605 1855 2050 2220 2250

Kepong Sentral 0847 1239 1417 1617 1907 2104 2232 2302

Sungai Buloh - 1247 - - - 2112 - -

Rawang 0907 1302 1437 1637 1927 2127 2252 2322

Batang Kali - 1318 - - - 2143 - -

Kuala Kubu Bharu - 1321 - - - 2146 - -

Tanjung Malim 0938 1334 1508 1708 1958 2159 2323 2353

Behrang - 1342 - - - 2207 - -

Slim River 0953 1349 1523 1723 2013 2214 2338 0008

Sungkai 1006 1404 1536 1736 2026 2229 2351 0021

Tapah Road 1018 1418 1548 1748 2038 2243 0003 0033

Kampar 1027 1440 1557 1757 2047 2255 0012 0042

Batu Gajah 1038 1450 1608 1808 2038 2305 0023 0053

Ipoh 1048 1505 1618 1818 2026 2315 0033 0103

Railway Station Gold Service Silver Service Gold Service

EG9301 EG9303 EG9305 ES9351 EG9307 EG9309 EG9311 EG9313

Ipoh 0505 0725 0900 1030 1300 1530 1745 1915

Batu Gajah 0516 0736 0911 1041 1311 1541 1756 1926

Kampar 0526 0746 0921 1051 1321 1551 1806 1936

Tapah Road 0538 0758 0933 1103 1333 1603 1818 1948

Sungkai 0551 0811 0946 1117 1346 1616 1831 2001

Slim River 0606 0826 1001 1132 1401 1631 1846 2016

Behrang - - - 1139 - - - -

Tanjung Malim 0620 0840 1015 1147 1415 1645 1900 2030

Kuala Kubu Bharu - - - 1200 - - - -

Batang Kali - - - 1206 - - - -

Rawang 0649 0908 1043 1219 1443 1713 1928 2058

Sungai Buloh - - - 1236 - - - -

Kepong Sentral 0710 0929 1104 1246 1504 1734 1952 2118

Kuala Lumpur 0723 0942 1117 1300 1517 1747 2008 2132

KL Sentral 0727 0947 1122 1305 1522 1752 2013 2137

. Ipoh
Ipoh
- Butterworth - Padang Besar[edit]

Butterworth-bound ETS Ekspres train from Padang Besar at Bukit Mertajam station on 6 August 2015.

The service between Ipoh
Ipoh
and Padang Besar via Butterworth was the second KTM ETS
KTM ETS
service to be launched by Keretapi Tanah Melayu. It began operating on 10 July 2015, one day before the service between KL Sentral and Padang Besar.[7] The service was originally branded as the ETS Transit. Train on the Ipoh-Butterworth-Padang Besar sector have numbers EG95xx. At the time of launch, only one ETS Transit was available for each direction between Ipoh
Ipoh
and Padang Besar, with service provided by one train set. On 10 October 2015, an additional service between Butterworth and Padang Besar began operating. When launched on 10 July 2015, the one-way journey took between 4 hours 15 minutes and 4 hours 50 minutes with stops at all 23 stations between Ipoh
Ipoh
and Padang Besar, including twice at Bukit Mertajam
Bukit Mertajam
and Bukit Tengah on the Bukit Mertajam-Butterworth branch line. However, a new schedule on 1 September 2015 saw the Simpang Ampat and Bukit Tengah stations being skipped. On 1 January 2016, the service between Butterworth and Padang Besar (EG 9501 and EG 9502) were scrapped with the introduction of the KTM Komuter Northern Sector run along this section.[8] The remaining Ipoh-Padang Besar service (EG 9500 and 9603) were also reduced to running between Mondays and Thursdays. On 1 August 2017, the new schedule published by KTMB no longer include this service. All service between Ipoh-Butterworth-Padang Besar are served by Gemas-Butterworth service or Gemas-Padang Besar service.[9]

Train direction Ipoh
Ipoh
- Padang Besar Padang Besar - Ipoh

Train No EG 9500 EG 9503

Ipoh 0530 2055

Tasek 0537 2048

Sungai Siput 0548 2037

Kuala Kangsar 0559 2026

Padang Rengas 0606 2019

Taiping 0620 2005

Kamunting 0625 2000

Bagan Serai 0642 1943

Parit Buntar 0649 1936

Nibong Tebal 0653 1932

Bukit Mertajam 0707 1918

Butterworth 0728 1908

Bukit Mertajam 0737 1848

Tasek Gelugor 0748 1837

Sungai Petani 0757 1828

Gurun 0808 1817

Kobah 0817 1808

Alor Setar 0830 1755

Anak Bukit 0835 1750

Kodiang 0847 1738

Arau 0853 1733

Bukit Ketri 0859 1727

Padang Besar 0910 1715

Gemas
Gemas
- KL Sentral
KL Sentral
- Ipoh
Ipoh
- Butterworth - Padang Besar[edit]

The KTM Class 93
KTM Class 93
ETS train No 203 leaving Pulau Sebang/Tampin heading towards Gemas
Gemas
at 1435 on 1 November 2015.

A KTM ETS
KTM ETS
Class 91 at Butterworth just before departing for KL Sentral at 1738 on 6 August 2015.

The third phase of the KTM ETS
KTM ETS
began operating between KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Padang Besar when it was launched on 11 July 2015, one day after the Ipoh-Padang Besar service.[7] When launched, it was called the ETS Ekspres service, and only one trip a day was put on due to the limited availability of rolling stock. The one-way journey took between 5 hours 15 minutes and 5 hours 30 minutes with stopped at 14 stations, including twice at Bukit Mertajam due to the station being on the Bukit Mertajam-Butterworth branch line. On 1 September 2015, an additional service for each direction between KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Butterworth was launched. This service made more stops between KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Ipoh, and one additional stop at Kamunting between Ipoh
Ipoh
and Butterworth, compared to the earlier KL Sentral-Padang Besar service.[10] The fourth phase of expansion for the KTM ETS
KTM ETS
took place on 10 October 2015 when the service was extended southwards from KL Sentral
KL Sentral
to Gemas. This saw the KTM ETS
KTM ETS
service returning to Seremban
Seremban
after being discontinued in 2012. The Gemas-Padang Besar run skips the Bukit Mertajam-Butterworth branch completely, and proceeds straight from Nibong Tebal
Nibong Tebal
to Sungai Petani (and vice versa) via the third side of the triangular Bukit Mertajam Junction, which was constructed as part the Ipoh-Padang Besar Electrification and Double-Tracking Project. Besides the new Gemas-Padang Besar service, the previous timetable was also revamped and on the same day, the KL Sentral-Butterworth (EG9205/EG9206) service was extended southwards to Gemas
Gemas
and given new service numbers. Starting 1 August 2017, ETS trains operating between Gemas
Gemas
and Padang Besar bear train service numbers EG90xx, EG92xx, EG94xx and EG95xx for ETS Gold service, and EP90xx, EP92xx, EP94xx and EP95xx for ETS Platinum service.

Train direction North-bound

Train No EG9020 EP9006 EP9202 EG9512 EP9008 EP9204 EG9024 EG9412 EG9514 EG9214 EG9216 EG9520

Gemas

0730

1500

2110

Batang Melaka

0743

1512

-

Pulau Sebang/Tampin

0755

1525

2135

Seremban

0828

1558

2208

Kajang

0911

1540 1641

-

Bandar Tasik Selatan

0927

1555 1657

2307

KL Sentral 0705 0800 0900 0944 1042 1130 1315 1618 1717 1953 2130 2327

Kuala Lumpur 0711 0806 0906 0949 1048 1136 1321 1624 1723 1959 2136 2333

Sungai Buloh - - - 1005 - 1155 1337 - - - - -

Rawang - - - - - - 1352 - - - - -

Tanjung Malim 0811

- 1049 - - 1421 1723 1830 2106 2243 0035

Tapah Road 0850 - - 1128 - - 1500 1802 1909 2145 2322 0114

Kampar 0901 - - 1139 - - 1511 1813 1920 2156 2333 0125

Batu Gajah 0913 1005 1109 1151 1248 1339 1523 1825 1932 2208 2345 0137

Ipoh 0926 1017 1121 1204 1259 1351 1536 1838 1944 2221 2356 0150

Sungai Siput - - - 1224 - - - 1857 - - - -

Kuala Kangsar 0957 1047 1151 1235 1329 1421 1607 1909 2016 2252 0029 0221

Taiping 1017 1106 1210 1255 1348 1440 1627 1929 2036 2312 0049 0241

Bagan Serai 1039 - - - - - - - 2058 - - -

Parit Buntar 1047 - 1238 1325 - - 1657 1959 2106 2342 0119 0311

Bukit Mertajam - - 1254 - - 1524 - 2016 - 2359 0136 -

Butterworth - - 1302 - - 1532 - 2024 - 0007 0144 -

Tasek Gelugor 1110 -

1348 -

-

-

-

Sungai Petani 1121 1207

1359 1449

1731

2140

0345

Gurun 1132 -

- -

-

2151

-

Alor Setar 1150 1236

1428 1518

1800

2209

0414

Anak Bukit 1157 -

1435 -

1807

2216

0421

Arau 1213 1256

1451 1538

1823

2232

0437

Padang Besar 1235 1315

1510 1557

1845

2250

0500

Train direction South-bound

Train No EP9201 EG9211 EG9113 EG9021 EP9401 EP9203 EP9501 EP9007 EG9215 EG9019 EP9009 EG9525

Padang Besar

0645 0913

1255 1358

1543 1655 1940

Arau

0704 0931

1313 1416

1602 1713 1959

Anak Bukit

0720 -

- -

1618 - 2015

Alor Setar

0727 0951

1332 1436

1625 1733 2022

Gurun

0744 -

- -

1642 - -

Sungai Petani

0757 1020

1401 1505

1655 1802 2052

Tasek Gelugor

- -

1410 -

1704 - -

Butterworth 0445 0610 0733 - - 1330 - - 1605 - - -

Bukit Mertajam 0454 0620 0744 - - 1339 - - 1616 - - -

Parit Buntar 0507 0636 0759 0831 - - - - 1631 1729 - 2126

Bagan Serai - - 0805 - - - - - - 1735 - -

Taiping 0536 0706 0829 0901 1121 1421 1501 1606 1701 1759 1903 2156

Kuala Kangsar 0555 0726 0849 0921 1140 1440 1520 1625 1721 1819 1922 2216

Sungai Siput - 0737 - - - - - - - - - 2227

Ipoh 0627 0759 0922 0954 1212 1512 1552 1657 1754 1852 1954 2249

Batu Gajah 0638 0811 0934 1006 1223 1523 1603 1708 1806 1904 2005 2301

Kampar - 0823 0946 1018 - - - - 1818 1916 - 2313

Tapah Road - 0834 0957 1029 - - - - 1829 1927 - 2324

Tanjung Malim - 0913 1036 1108 - - - - 1908 2006 - 0003

Rawang - - - 1138 - - - - - - - -

Sungai Buloh - - 1123 1151 - - 1742 - - - - -

Kuala Lumpur 0846 1026 1148 1213 1433 1731 1803 1908 2021 2111 2205 0107

KL Sentral 0850 1030 1158 1218 1443 1735 1813 1913 2025 2116 2210 0117

Bandar Tasik Selatan

1214

1456

-

0132

Kajang

1229

1510

1839

-

Seremban

1313

1923

0233

Pulau Sebang/Tampin

1349

1956

0307

Batang Melaka

1402

-

0321

Gemas

1415

2020

0333

Rolling stock[edit]

Class In service Cars per Set On order Manufacturer

KTM Class 91 5 6 N/A Hyundai Rotem

KTM Class 93 10 6 9 CSR Zhuzhou

First Generation[edit] Main article: KTM Class 91 Five KTM Class 91
KTM Class 91
train sets, each comprising six cars, were purchased by Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Berhad for $67 million (USD). The train sets were designed by Marubeni
Marubeni
Corporation and jointly built by Hyundai Rotem of Korea and Mitsubishi Electric
Mitsubishi Electric
of Japan.[11] The maximum operational speed of the ETS fleet is 140 km/h but is designed to travel up to 160 km/h.[12] The total length of each train set is 138 m and weighs 231.8 tons. Each carriage is 22.95 m long, 2.75 m wide and 4 m high.[13] Each train set has a passenger seating capacity of 350 and includes on-board facilities including toilets, a buffet car, power sockets per two seats and two LED Televisions per car. Second Generation[edit] Main article: KTM Class 93 Ten KTM Class 93
KTM Class 93
train sets, are in the process of being commissioned to expand ETS service. The rolling stock were to have been put into operation for the launch of the ETS Ekspres service between KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Padang Besar, and the ETS Transit service between Ipoh
Ipoh
and Padang Besar. However, reports of problems during the testing and commissioning of the train sets had resulted in the Malaysian land public transport regulator, SPAD, not approving the trains for use in time for the launch of the two services on 10 July 2015 and 11 July 2015.[14] As a result, two KTM Class 91
KTM Class 91
train sets were used for some time, one for the ETS Ekspres, and the other for the ETS Transit, allowing for just one trip for each direction for both services. The first four KTM Class 93
KTM Class 93
sets went into service mainly on the ETS Ekspres route on 10 October 2015 Proposed extension[edit] Gemas
Gemas
to Johor
Johor
Bahru. Padang Besar to Hatyai Gallery[edit]

KTM Class 91
KTM Class 91
at Ipoh.

Interior of KTM Class 93

New rolling stock of KTM Class 93
KTM Class 93
ETS 201.

See also[edit]

Keretapi Tanah Melayu

KTM Intercity

KTM West Coast Line KTM East Coast Line

KTM Komuter

Seremban
Seremban
Line Port Klang Line Skypark Link Northern Sector

Rail transport
Rail transport
in Malaysia Public transport in Kuala Lumpur

References[edit]

^ "JADUAL 2.1 : STATISTIK TRAFIK KERETAPI TANAH MELAYU BERHAD (KTMB), SUKU KEEMPAT, 2017" [Table 2.1 : Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) Traffic Statistics, Fourth Quarter, 2017] (PDF) (in Malay and English). Ministry of Transport, Malaysia. Retrieved 13 March 2018.  ^ "Recent scheduling ETS Services". KTM Intercity. Retrieved 18 November 2012.  ^ "KL-Padang Besar electric train starts run today". The Star. 10 July 2015. Retrieved 19 July 2015.  External link in publisher= (help) ^ "Kenyataan Media:Penstrukturan Jadual Waktu Tren Intercity dan ETS Bermula 1 September 2015 (Restructuring of the Timetable for Intercity dan ETS Trains beginning 1 September 2015)" (PDF). KTM Berhad. Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 September 2015. Retrieved 16 October 2015.  ^ "Kenyataan Media:Penstrukturan Jadual Waktu Tren Intercity dan ETS Bermula 10 Oktober 2015 (Restructuring of the Timetable for Intercity dan ETS Trains beginning 10 October 2015)" (PDF). KTM Berhad. Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 November 2015. Retrieved 16 October 2015.  ^ Based on timetable available at http://homepage.ktmb.com.my/ktmb/index.php?r=portal/left&id=NkE5YnRiamg4ZjdGY0lmUVE4cWJhUT09&sub=cEdPVDZma1o0MmU0VlpRQloxWkh5QT09 ^ a b "Media Release" (PDF). KTM. Retrieved 28 July 2015.  ^ "Notice" (PDF). KTM. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2 February 2016. Retrieved 28 January 2016.  ^ "KTM BERHAD". www.ktmb.com.my. Retrieved 2017-09-10.  ^ "Restructuring of the timetable for Intercity and ETS trains beginning 1 September 2015 (in Malay)" (PDF). Keretapi Tanah Melayu. Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 September 2015. Retrieved 3 September 2015.  ^ " Marubeni
Marubeni
Gets $67 Million Malaysia
Malaysia
Train-Car Order, Nikkei Says". Bloomberg. Bloomberg. 26 October 2008.  ^ "Electric trains to reduce travel time". The Star. Central. 24 August 2010.  ^ "Electric Train Set". Malaya Railway.  ^ Meng Yew Choong (19 July 2015). "Manufacturer working hard to solve issues with new ETS sets before official handover". The Star. Retrieved 20 July 2015.  External link in publisher= (help)

v t e

Rail transport
Rail transport
in Malaysia

Inter-city rail

Peninsular Malaysia

 ETS  Padang Besar- Gemas
Gemas
ETS Tumpat-Gemas-JB Sentral-Woodland Intercity Eastern and Oriental Express KTM West Coast Railway Line KTM East Coast Railway Line

East Malaysia

Western Sabah Railway Line

City transport (Peninsular Malaysia)

Northern Region

 1  Padang Rengas Line  2  Padang Besar Line SRT International Express Penang
Penang
Hill Railway Langkawi Sky Glide Langkawi Cable Car

Central Region Klang Valley Integrated Transit System (TRANSIT)

Suburban rail

Commuter rail

 1  Seremban
Seremban
Line  2  Port Klang Line

Airport rail link

 6  KLIA Ekspres  7  KLIA Transit

Rapid transit

Light Metro

 3  Ampang Line  4  Sri Petaling Line  5  Kelana Jaya Line

Mass Rapid Transit

 9  Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line

People mover

Monorail

 8  KL Monorail

APM

Aerotrain (KLIA)

Southern Region

Melaka Monorail Shuttle Tebrau

Eastern Region

Genting Skyway Awana Skyway Kerteh–Kuantan Port railway line

Future Lines

Under construction

 10  Skypark Link  11  Bandar Utama–Klang Line  12  Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line KTM Gemas- Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru
Double-Tracking Project Klang Valley Double-Tracking Project  ECR  MRL East Coast Rail Link

Underway

 13  Circle Line  RTS  Johor
Johor
Bahru– Singapore
Singapore
RTS  HSR  Kuala Lumpur– Singapore
Singapore
HSR

Suspended

 14  Putrajaya Monorail

Proposed

Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru
RTS Kota Kinabalu Line Kuching LRT Kota Kinabalu Monorail Melaka Aerorail North Eastern Sabah Railway Line Penang
Penang
Monorail Penang
Penang
Rapid Transit Sarawak Railway Line Kunming– Singapore
Singapore
railway

Defunct Lines

Genting Monorail Sunway Monorail

Owner & Operator

Current

Express Rail Link
Express Rail Link
(ERL) Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
(KTM) Mass Rapid Transit Corporation MyHSR Corporation Prasarana Malaysia
Malaysia
& Rapid Rail Sabah State Railway
Sabah State Railway
(SSR) Malaysia
Malaysia
Rail Link (MRL)

Defunct

Federated Malay States Railways Malayan Railway Administration North Borneo Railway

Automated fare collection

Integrated Cashless Payment System (ICPS) Stored-value card

Touch 'n Go MyRapid Card Komuter Link Card

Debit card

MyDebit Card

Commissions

Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)

Rolling Stock

Bombardier Innovia APM 100 Bombardier Innovia Metro CNR Changchun ERL Equator EMU Doppelmayr Garaventa 100-FUL Penang
Penang
Hill Hyundai Rotem
Hyundai Rotem
SSP EMU Scomi SUTRA
Scomi SUTRA
EMU Siemens Desiro ET 425 M Siemens Inspiro
Siemens Inspiro
SBK EMU Jenbacher Class 81 EMU Hyundai Rotem
Hyundai Rotem
Class 83 EMU Hyundai Rotem
Hyundai Rotem
Class 91 EMU CSR Zhuzhou Class 92 EMU CSR Zhuzhou Class 93 EMU MTrans ALWEG EMU Adtranz-Walkers LRV Union Carriage & Wagon Class 82 EMU

Depots

Current

Ampang Batu Gajah Bukit Tengah Brickfields Kajang Kampung Kuala Sungai Baru KLIA MAHB OMSF Rawang Salak Tinggi Sentul Seremban Subang Sungai Buloh Tanjung Aru

Under construction

Johan Setia Serdang

v t e

Urban Rail Transit in Southeast Asia

Indonesia
Indonesia

Jakarta Commuter

Jakarta MRT

 M1   M2 

Jakarta LRT

 L1   L2   L3 

Palembang LRT

 L1 

Surabaya Commuter

Supor Sulam Jenggala

 ARS  Kualanamu ARS  ARS  Soekarno-Hatta ARS  ARS  Minangkabau ARS  ARS  Adisumarmo ARS Halim Perdanakusuma ARS Jakarta–Bandung HSR Bandung LRT

Malaysia
Malaysia

Klang Valley Integrated Transit System KTM Komuter

 1   2   10 

Rapid KL

 3   4   5   8   9   11   12   13   14 

Express Rail Link

 6   7 

KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Northern

 1   2 

 ETS   HSR   ECR   RTS  Kuching LRT Penang
Penang
Rapid Transit

Myanmar
Myanmar

Yangon Circular Railway

Philippines
Philippines

Manila LRT

 LRT1   LRT2   LRT4   LRT6 

Manila MRT

 MRT3   MRT7 

Metro Manila Subway PNR

 PNR  Metro Commuter Line North South Commuter Rail Manila-Clark Railway

UP Diliman AGT Bicutan AGT

Singapore
Singapore

Singapore
Singapore
MRT

 NSL   EWL   NEL   CCL   DTL   TEL   JRL   CRL 

Singapore
Singapore
LRT

 BPLRT   SKLRT   PGLRT 

 HSR   RTS 

Thailand
Thailand

Bangkok Mass Transit BTS

 BTS   BTS 

MRT

 MRT   MRT   MRT   MRT   MRL   MRL 

BMA

 MRL   MRL   MRL 

SRT SRT ET

 ARL 

SRT Red Lines

 SRT   SRT 

SRT Commuter

     Lopburi Line      Kaeng Khoi Line      Prachinburi Line      Ratchaburi Line      Suphan Buri Line

SRT HSR

Bangkok–Chiang Mai HSR Bangkok–Nakhon Ratchasima HSR Bangkok–Hua Hin HSR Bangkok–Rayong HSR

Phuket Island LRT Khon Kaen LRT Hat Yai MRLT

Vietnam
Vietnam

Hanoi Metro

 1   2   2A   3   4   5   6   7   8   M1   M2   M3 

Ho Chi Minh City Metro

 1   2   3   4   5   6 

Note: Under construction & planned lines are in Italics

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Higher-speed rail

Part of rail transport

In operation

Australia

Regional Fast Rail project Tilt Train

India

Gatimaan Express Tejas Express

United States

More than 110 mph (177 km/h)

Brightline Keystone Northeast Regional

For 150 mph (241 km/h) or more in the US, see High-speed rail in the United States

up to 110 mph (177 km/h)

Blue Water Empire Lake Shore Limited Lincoln Wolverine

up to 90 mph (145 km/h)

Pacific Surfliner Southwest Chief

Planned

Rail Baltica
Rail Baltica
(Baltic states) MRL ECR (Malaysia) Chicago Hub Network
Chicago Hub Network
(US) Northern Lights Express (US)

Equipment in use

Tilt Train
Tilt Train
(Australia) V/Line VLocity
V/Line VLocity
(Australia) EMD AEM-7
EMD AEM-7
(US) EMD F59PHI (US) GE P32AC-DM (US) GE P42DC (US) Siemens ACS-64
Siemens ACS-64
(US) Siemens Charger
Siemens Charger
(US) Class 350 (UK) Class 90 (UK)

Similar speed ranges

InterCity
InterCity
(Europe) Skyliner
Skyliner
(Japan) KTM ETS
KTM ETS
(Malaysia) Strizh (Russia) Alaris, Altaria and Arco (Spain) X 2000 network (Sweden) Puyuma Express
Puyuma Express
and Taroko Express
Taroko Express
(Taiwan) Caltrain
Caltrain
(US) Coaster (US) MARC Penn Line
Penn Line
(US) Metrolink Orang

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