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Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Berhad
Berhad
(KTM) (Jawi: كريتاڤي تانه ملايو برحد) or Malayan Railways Limited is the main rail operator in Peninsular Malaysia. The railway system dates back to the British colonial era, when it was first built to transport tin. Previously known as the Federated Malay States Railways
Federated Malay States Railways
(FMSR) and the Malayan Railway Administration (MRA), Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
acquired its current name in 1962.[1] The organisation was corporatised in 1992, but remains wholly owned by the Malaysian government. Fares are generally reasonable, but the low frequency of the intercity trains does not usually make them competitive with other modes of transportation due to frequent breakdowns.

Contents

1 Railway network

1.1 West Coast Line 1.2 East Coast Line 1.3 Branch lines in operation

1.3.1 Intercity & Freight 1.3.2 Commuter & Freight 1.3.3 Freight only

1.4 Disused branch lines 1.5 Dismantled branch lines

2 Infrastructure

2.1 Track and electrification

3 Rolling stock

3.1 Motive power 3.2 Locomotive, ETS, Carriage & Wagon Workshop 3.3 Locomotive, Carriage & Wagon Running Depot 3.4 Closed/Disused Locomotive, Carriage & Wagon Running Depot 3.5 Electrical Train Set Depot 3.6 Electrical Multiple Unit Depot

4 Unit / Subsidiaries

4.1 KTM Intercity
KTM Intercity
& ETS 4.2 KTM Komuter 4.3 KTM Kargo 4.4 KTM Distribution (KTMD)

5 Property and advertising 6 Non-rail Subsidiaries 7 Modernisation

7.1 Developments 7.2 Proposed projects

8 Board of directors 9 Previous and current logos 10 See also 11 References 12 External links

Railway network[edit] The 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) gauge railway network in Peninsular Malaysia
Peninsular Malaysia
which is controlled by KTMB consists of two main lines and several branch lines. Most of the lines are made out of ballasted system and locally made concrete sleepers, which had replaced wooden sleepers as early as 1982 for the Kerdau-Jerantut and Sungai Yu-Tumpat lines. West Coast Line[edit] Main article: KTM West Coast Line The West Coast Line runs from Padang Besar railway station close to the Malaysia-Thailand Border
Malaysia-Thailand Border
in Perlis
Perlis
(where it connects with the State Railway of Thailand) to Woodlands Train Checkpoint
Woodlands Train Checkpoint
in Singapore. It is called the West Coast line because it serves the West Coast states of Peninsular Malaysia. The train runs through most of the major stations in the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, such as KL Sentral in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
and Butterworth railway station
Butterworth railway station
in Butterworth, Penang. East Coast Line[edit] Main article: KTM East Coast Line The East Coast Line runs between Gemas
Gemas
railway station, in Negeri Sembilan and Tumpat railway station, in Kelantan. Gemas
Gemas
is the rail junction between the West Coast line and the line itself. Like the West Coast Line, it is called the East Coast Line (Malaysia) because it serves two of Peninsular Malaysia's East Coast states, namely Pahang
Pahang
and Kelantan. In fact, it does not run along the coast at all and only meets the South China Sea
South China Sea
when it terminates at Tumpat railway station. It runs through the interior, often through deep jungle, thus earning the nickname Jungle Railway. Currently Terengganu is the only state in Peninsular Malaysia
Peninsular Malaysia
not served by the KTM railway network, though it will be so in the upcoming ECRL project. Branch lines in operation[edit] There are several branch lines running from the two main lines. Intercity & Freight[edit]

Bukit Mertajam
Bukit Mertajam
- Butterworth

Commuter & Freight[edit]

Port Klang
Port Klang
- Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
- Batu Caves
Batu Caves
(Part of Batu Caves-Port Klang Route) Padang Besar - Butterworth (Part of KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Northern Sector) Kamunting-Butterworth (Part of KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Northern Sector) Butterworth-Gurun

Freight only[edit]

Port Klang
Port Klang
- Pulau Indah Kempas
Kempas
- Tanjung Pelepas Kempas
Kempas
- Pasir Gudang Butterworth - North Butterworth Container Terminal

Disused branch lines[edit]

Pasir Mas - Rantau Panjang
Rantau Panjang
- Hat Yai
Hat Yai
(part of the east coast line, the international train service here has been terminated because of certain disputes between the State Railway of Thailand
State Railway of Thailand
and KTM. so only from Hat Yai
Hat Yai
to Sungai Golok
Sungai Golok
remains in use by State Railway of Thailand) (Also reused as an emergency route by KTMB for the E&O trains) Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya
- Sri Subang (Old Subang Airport) (Currently rehabilitating) Seremban
Seremban
- Port Dickson
Port Dickson
(Abandoned and partially dismantled)

Dismantled branch lines[edit]

Falim - Tronoh Kuang - Batu Arang
Batu Arang
- Batang Berjuntai Tampin
Tampin
- Melaka Town Taiping - Port Weld (Kuala Sepetang) Bukit Kuda - Jeram - Kuala Selangor Bahau
Bahau
- Kuala Pilah Tapah Road - Teluk Intan
Teluk Intan
- Teluk Intan
Teluk Intan
Wharf Salak Selatan - Ampang Junction - Sultan Street (Pudu) (closed and permanent way acquired by Ampang Line
Ampang Line
LRT) Ampang Junction - Ampang (closed and permanent way acquired by Ampang Line LRT) Woodlands Train Checkpoint
Woodlands Train Checkpoint
- Bukit Timah
Bukit Timah
- Tanjong Pagar
Tanjong Pagar
(partially dismantled)

Infrastructure[edit] Track and electrification[edit] The total length of the network was 1,699 km, however due to the closure and subsequent removal of the section of tracks between Tanjong Pagar
Tanjong Pagar
railway station and Woodlands Train Checkpoint, the new total length of the network is 1,677 km. The West Coast main line is double tracked and electrified to 25 kV AC between Padang Besar railway station on the Malaysian-Thai border and Butterworth railway station, and south-wards to the Gemas
Gemas
railway station. The branch lines between Batu Junction and Batu Caves
Batu Caves
Komuter station, and between Port Klang
Port Klang
Junction and the Port Klang
Port Klang
Komuter station are also double-tracked and electrified. The remainder of the West Coast main line from Gemas
Gemas
railway station to Woodlands Train Checkpoint
Woodlands Train Checkpoint
in Singapore, as well as the entire East Coast Line from Gemas railway station
Gemas railway station
to Tumpat railway station, is on single track and not electrified. Rolling stock[edit] Following the consolidation of all state railway entities in Malaya, Malayan Railway inherited a fleet of mostly British-made steam locomotives, a variation of locomotives introduced to Malaya since its first railway line went into operation. Dieselisation
Dieselisation
in Malaya began immediately after MR's formation with the launch of its first diesel engine, a Class 15 shunter, in 1948. Efforts by MR to fully convert to diesel power between the 1950s and 1970s effectively drove steam locomotives out of service - with whatever left of the fleet massively retired in 1972. KTM drew its diesel rolling stock from a multitude of locomotive companies from England, Japan, Canada, and more recently, India, Germany and China. The company had also ventured in the use of DMUs (railbus, railcars); none of these services survived. Electric
Electric
trains were only introduced in 1995 with the launch of the KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
commuter service. Consisting of three models of 3-car EMUs, the Komuter EMUs, were for a long time the only electric trains in Malaysia. In 2010, introduction of the KTM ETS
KTM ETS
services from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh
Ipoh
brought electric traction to long distance travel. As of present, most of the West Coast Main Line are run by ETS and on some sections, Komuter services except for the Gemas
Gemas
to Johor Bahru section, where double tracking works are still in the process. Motive power[edit] The following is a list of locomotives in the KTM fleet - some have since been retired:

Diesel locomotives

20 Class 15 Diesel Electric
Electric
shunters (15101 - 15120), manufactured by English Electric's Vulcan Foundry
Vulcan Foundry
in Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. Brought in 1948 15 Class 17 Diesel Hydraulic
Hydraulic
shunters (17101 - 17105), manufactured by Kisha Seizo Kaisha, Japan. Brought in 1964 10 Class 18 Diesel Electric
Electric
shunters (18101 - 18110), manufactured by Brush HMA, Hull, England, United Kingdom. Brought in 1978 10 Class 19 Diesel Electric
Electric
shunters (19101 - 19110), manufactured by Hitachi, Japan. Brought in 1983 26 Class 20 Diesel Electric
Electric
mainline locomotives (20101 - 20126), manufactured by English Electric's Vulcan Foundry
Vulcan Foundry
in Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. Brought in 1957-1958 25 Class 21 Diesel Hydraulic
Hydraulic
mainline locomotives, manufactured by Kisha Seizo Kaisha, Japan. Brought in two batches: the first, 21101 - 21115, came in 1965, followed by 21201 - 21210 three years later. 40 Class 22 Diesel Electric
Electric
mainline locomotives (22101 - 22140), manufactured by a consortium of English Electric, Associated Electrical Industries (A.E.I.), and Metro-Cammell
Metro-Cammell
in Saltley, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom. Brought in 1971-1972 15 Class 23 Diesel Electric
Electric
mainline locomotives (23101 - 23115), manufactured by Hitachi, Japan. Brought in 1983 26 Class 24 Diesel Electric
Electric
mainline locomotives (24101 - 24126), manufactured by Toshiba
Toshiba
- Kawasaki, Japan. Brought in 1987 17 Class 25 Diesel Electric
Electric
mainline locomotives, model GT18LC-2 manufactured by General Motors
General Motors
in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. They came in two batches: 25101 - 25112 in 1990, and another five, 25201 - 25205 in 2002. 20 Class 26 Diesel Electric
Electric
mainline locomotives (26101 - 26120), model Blue Tiger manufactured by Adtranz
Adtranz
in Germany in association with GE. Brought in 2003 - 2004 20 Class 29 Diesel Electric
Electric
mainline locomotives (29101 -29120), manufactured by DLoco Locomotive
Locomotive
and Rolling Stock
Rolling Stock
Co. of Dalian, China. Brought in 2005 - 2006 28 YDM4s on lease from Indian Railways, manufactured by Diesel Locomotive
Locomotive
Works, Varanasi, India
India
brought into Malaysia
Malaysia
in the late 1990s. Leased until 31 December 2015 5 YDM4 Indian Railways
Indian Railways
brought into Malaysia
Malaysia
in 2009, refurbished by Southern Railway's Golden Rock Railway Workshop, Tiruchirappalli, India.[2] Leased until 31 December 2015 KTM "Hybrid" trains for KLS-Rawang and Kajang-Rawang.[3]

Electric
Electric
locomotives

2 Class 40 Electric
Electric
mainline locomotives (EL001 @ 40001 - EL002 @ 40002), manufactured by CRRC Zhuzhou Electric
Electric
Locomotive
Locomotive
Co.,Ltd.. Brought into Malaysia
Malaysia
in 2015 (EL001 arrived on July 2015 and EL002 arrived on September 2015). Leased Locomotives by Industrial Collaboration Programme Agreement (ICP) Offset Project 5 – New Green Technology under the procurement of 10 KTM Class 93
KTM Class 93
6-car electric train sets. On-going 2-Years trial operational service (EL001 since 31st May 2016 and EL002 since 13th July 2016).

Electric
Electric
multiple units

18 Class 81 EMUs (numbers EMU 01 - EMU 18) manufactured by Jenbacher Transport in Austria-Hungary (1994/1995) 22 Class 82 EMUs (numbers EMU 41 - EMU 62) manufactured by Union Carriage and Wagon in South Africa (1996/1997) 22 Class 83 EMUs (numbers EMU 19 - EMU 40) manufactured by Hyundai (HPID) (1996/1997) 5 KTM Class 91
KTM Class 91
(numbers ETS 01 - ETS 05) 6-car electric train sets by Marubeni Corporation. The trains are manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric
Electric
and Rotem. The first train was delivered on 10 December 2009 and was supposed to be operational in April 2010 but was delayed to operate on 12 August 2010 instead.[4] It is used to service the Seremban-Kuala Lumpur- Ipoh
Ipoh
sector (ETS Line).[5] 38 KTM Class 92
KTM Class 92
(numbers SCS 01 - SCS 38) 6-car EMU manufactured by CSR Zhuzhou for KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
(2012) 10 KTM Class 93
KTM Class 93
6-car electric train sets that are used on the ETS Line (2015) for Ipoh
Ipoh
to Padang Besar and Seremban
Seremban
to Gemas Additional 9 KTM Class 93
KTM Class 93
from 2018

Locomotive, ETS, Carriage & Wagon Workshop[edit]

Batu Gajah
Batu Gajah
- Batu Gajah
Batu Gajah
Fleet Main Workshop Klang - Klang Fleet Depot (Specially for Class 26 & Class 29)

Locomotive, Carriage & Wagon Running Depot[edit]

Batu Gajah
Batu Gajah
- Batu Gajah
Batu Gajah
Fleet Depot Bukit Tengah
Bukit Tengah
- Bukit Tengah
Bukit Tengah
Fleet Depot Padang Besar - Padang Besar Fleet Depot Port Klang
Port Klang
- Port Klang
Port Klang
Fleet Depot Gemas
Gemas
- Gemas
Gemas
Fleet Depot Kuala Lipis
Kuala Lipis
- Gua Musang
Gua Musang
Fleet Depot Tumpat - Tumpat Fleet Depot Kempas
Kempas
- Kempas
Kempas
Baru Fleet Depot

Closed/Disused Locomotive, Carriage & Wagon Running Depot[edit]

Gua Musang
Gua Musang
- Gua Musang
Gua Musang
Fleet Depot (Relocated to Kuala Lipis) Ipoh
Ipoh
- Falim Fleet Depot (Relocated to Batu Gajah) Tanjong Pagar
Tanjong Pagar
- Singapore
Singapore
Fleet Depot (Closed since 1 July 2011, relocated to Kempas
Kempas
Baru) Prai - Prai Fleet Depot (Relocated to Bukit Tengah) Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
- Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Sentral Fleet Depot

Electrical Train Set Depot[edit]

Batu Gajah
Batu Gajah
- Batu Gajah
Batu Gajah
ETS Depot

Electrical Multiple Unit Depot[edit]

Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
- Sentul EMU Depot Rawang - Rawang EMU Depot Seremban
Seremban
- Seremban
Seremban
EMU Depot Port Klang
Port Klang
- Port Klang
Port Klang
EMU Depot

Unit / Subsidiaries[edit] KTM Intercity
KTM Intercity
& ETS[edit] Main article: KTM Intercity Main article: KTM ETS

KTM ETS
KTM ETS
Class 91 and KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Class 92 at Ipoh
Ipoh
station.

KTM Intercity
KTM Intercity
(Malay: KTM Antarabandar) is an intercity passenger railway service operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
within the regions of Peninsular Malaysia
Peninsular Malaysia
and Singapore. The service is intended to carry patrons between stops serving cities, town and village (depending on regions). Its trains are currently powered by diesel locomotives. KTM Intercity
KTM Intercity
services consist of local trains (known also as "mail trains") and express trains; lines along the West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia
Malaysia
currently support mostly express trains, while those along the East Coast include both mail train and express train services. The KTM ETS, commercially known as ETS or Electric
Electric
Train Service, is the fastest metre gauge train service in Malaysia
Malaysia
and worldwide. It currently operates as an inter-city rail service between the cities of Gemas
Gemas
and Padang Besar on the Malaysia-Thai border along the West Coast Line. KTM Komuter[edit]

A KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Class 83 at Bank Negara station.

KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
is an electrified commuter rail service first introduced in 1995, catering especially to commuters in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
and the surrounding suburban areas. KTMB provides 248 commuter services daily, serving 45 stations along 175 route-kilometres. The network consists of two main sectors are Seremban
Seremban
Line and Port Klang
Port Klang
Line running at 15 minutes frequency during peak hours and 20 minutes frequency during off-peak hours. The Tanjung Malim shuttle service & Rembau shuttle service running at Seremban
Seremban
Line both end stations operates at half-hour frequency. Komuter coaches are currently the most modern in the KTM fleet and are air-conditioned. Currently, they have a fleet of Class 81, Class 82, Class 83 & Class 92 in which almost all of the Class 92 are operational while many more of the Class 81, Class 82 & Class 83 has been scrapped, leaving only few to operate as a standby unit during rush hour. KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
is a heavily utilised mode of transportation by commuters working in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
as the service is an alternative for road travel, which is occasionally hampered by congestion. Virtually all KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
stops offer "Park & Ride" parking lots for those who drive to and from the station or halt. KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
ridership is estimated to be about 50 million passengers in 2010. KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
is currently the most profitable passenger service offered by KTMB, contributing MYR
MYR
100 million to group revenue in 2010, higher than KTM Intercity's profit of MYR
MYR
70.94 million in the same year. KTM Kargo[edit] KTMB runs 37 freight train services daily of which about 80% were concentrated in the northern sector. In line with the strategy to focus more on containerised and long-haul cargoes, KTMB now carries maritime containers, cement and food as main commodities. In 2006, the freight revenue increased 5.2% to RM113.0 million.[6] KTM Distribution (KTMD)[edit] Its core business is in the provision of express parcel distribution services to the commercial, industrial and administrative sectors and it operates within Malaysia
Malaysia
and Singapore. Parcel distribution is carried out through its door-to-door service or from point to point through its station-to-station service. The company is also licensed by the Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission as a courier service provider, which enables it to carry letters and documents up to 2 kg. This service has so far been monopoly of the Postal Department. The company owns an 18,000 sq ft (1,700 m2). freehold property in Sri Damansara, from which it earns warehouse rental income.[7] Property and advertising[edit] Though considered as non-core businesses, KTMB benefited greatly from Property and Advertising segments in terms of value creation. In 2006, KTMB generated RM22.4 million from property rental and advertising activities.

Property

The property joint ventures were progressing comparatively well under the prevailing economic climate. As regards the Sentul Raya Development, the Maple Condominium was handed over to purchasers in August 2006 while the Saffron Condominium is under construction and expected to be completed in 2007. Meanwhile, KL Sentral
KL Sentral
Development has embarked on construction of luxury condominiums, new office towers and life-style centre whilst the construction of the Marine View Hotel in Port Dickson
Port Dickson
is expected to be completed in 2007. To cater for demand from surrounding residential areas, KTMB's partner for the Prai Perdana Development is in the process of constructing a new retail complex and the project is expected to be completed in 2007.

Advertising

Through KTMB's collaboration with Ganad Media Sdn. Bhd. the advertising revenue had increased by 9.7% to RM1.47 million compared to the previous year. Several new advertising structures have been built in Klang Valley
Klang Valley
while more on-train advertising media like panels and hand-grips were made available on top of the increased demand for 'wrap-around' advertising on the commuter trains. Non-rail Subsidiaries[edit]

Multimodal Freight

Multimodal Freight Sdn. Bhd., incorporated in 1988, was licensed as a Government approved Container Haulier in 1991, and went on to obtain the Government approved Multimodal Transport Operator (MTO) status in 1999. The company operates a fleet of 225 Prime Movers and 1,300 trailer of both 20-feet and 40-feet configurations. The fleet is deployed at all major seaports and the inland ports of Ipoh
Ipoh
and Nilai.[8]

KTMB Car Park

Formerly known as KTMB ( Brickfields
Brickfields
Yard) Sdn. Bhd. the company was incorporated in 1994 and was renamed KTMB (Car Park) Sdn. Bhd. in 1995. With over 70 employees, the company operates 16 car parks at selected train stations in Malaysia
Malaysia
through its subsidiary KTMB Car Park Sdn Bhd. The subsidiary is looking to expand parking space in Seremban
Seremban
and Sungai Buloh
Sungai Buloh
stations.[9] Modernisation[edit] More info ABOUT Railway electrification in Malaysia Since corporatisation of KTMB, a programme of modernisation has been underway. In 1989, it embarked on the double-tracking and electrification of trunk line between Rawang and Seremban
Seremban
and the branch lines between Batu Junction and Sentul, and between Kuala Lumpur and Port Klang
Port Klang
which allowed the KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
service to start running in 1995.[10] The next major project was the Rawang- Ipoh
Ipoh
double tracking and electrification project, which started in 2000, but the project has been repeatedly delayed by contractual disputes and is not expected to be ready before 2007. When complete, KTM expects to introduce frequent intercity service (16 trains/day) running at speeds of up to 160 km/hour.[11] In 2002, the Malaysian government proposed the ambitious project of electrifying and double-tracking the entire western line and awarded contracts in 2003. The project was however put on hold by Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi
Abdullah Badawi
until March 2007 when Deputy Prime Minister Mohd Najib Abdul Razak announced the project's revival. In April 2007, the government announced that contracts for certain portions of the project had been awarded. In 2007, work also started to electrify and double-track the stretch of track between Sentul and Batu Caves. Developments[edit] The following is a list of previous, current and planned railway development and upgrading works in Malaysia.

Rehabilitation of 327 km-long meter gauge tracks from Paloh to Singapore
Singapore
and from Slim River
Slim River
to the main Seremban
Seremban
line in Malaysia (1988–1994) (US$70 million) Double tracking of the Rawang- Seremban
Seremban
route (1990–1994) (US$62 million) Double tracking of the Kuala Lumpur- Port Klang
Port Klang
railway route, including spur lines to Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya
and Sentul (1991–1994) (US$66 million) Widening of railway tunnels near Seremban
Seremban
(1994–1995) (US$4 million) Track linking Port Klang
Port Klang
to Pulau Indah (1997–1999) (US$4 million) Construction of railway bridges, road over bridges and underpasses along the Rawang-Kajang route (1991–1994) (US$6 million) Construction of railway bridges, road over bridges and underpasses along the Kajang- Seremban
Seremban
route (1991–1994) (US$16 million) Construction of railway culverts and box pushing along the Nilai- Seremban
Seremban
route (1994–1995) (US$4 million) Construction of the Port of Tanjung Pelepas, a rail link in Johor (1999–2002) (US$121 million) Track works at Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Sentral station (1999–2001) (RM14.3 million)

Proposed projects[edit]

Outer Ring Railway Service to connect all suburbs in the Klang Valley without going through the city center.[12] Construction of the Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya
- Sungai Buloh
Sungai Buloh
Link which will act as a freight bypass to avoid freight trains from having to enter the Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Komuter network. Works are divided into two phases; Phase 1 is from Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya
- Subang Airport, Phase 2 is from Subang Airport - Sungai Buloh. As of now, Phase 1 had already started. A new integrated station named Penang Sentral
Penang Sentral
will be built which will connect KTM Railway, monorail, bus and ferry service in one building at Butterworth. Expansion of the ETS fleet with the purchase of 13 DEMU and 9 EMU trainsets to arrive by end 2018 (Class 94)[citation needed] Extension of the ETS service to Hatyai by 2021 and Johor Bahru in 2020.

Board of directors[edit]

Chairman: Y.B Dato' Ir Haji Nawawi bin Hj. Ahmad. CEO: Y. Brs Encik Mohd Rani Hisham Samsudin. Non-independent, non-executive directors: Y. Brs Puan Norazura binti Tadzim, Y.Bhg Datuk Ruhaizah binti Mohamed Rashid, Y. Brs Encik Selvarajoo Manikam. Independent non-executive directors: Y. Bhg Dato' Sri Zakaria bin Hj Bahari, Y. Brs Haji Rosli bin Abdullah, Y. Brs Encik Harun bin Hj Johari, Y. Bhg Datuk Haji Kamaruzaman bin Hj Mohd Noor, Y. Bhg Dato' Sr Ahmad Zainuddin bin Hj Jamaluddin. Heads of strategic business units (headed by general managers):

Commuter services: Khair Johari ( Acting GM ). Intercity and ETS services: Justine Jude. Freight: Mohd Din ( Acting GM )

Previous and current logos[edit]

Malayan Railways 1948-1984

KTM 1985-1991

KTM 1992-present

See also[edit]

Rail transport in Malaysia Sabah State Railway Transport in Malaysia

References[edit]

^ http://landasan.info/services/ktmb/ ^ P. Vijian (13 February 2009). "Five Locomotives For KTM From India". Bernama. Retrieved 15 February 2009.  ^ Kng Zheng Guan (15 May 2009). "KTMB running hybrid trains to deal with congestion". The Star. Archived from the original on 16 May 2009.  ^ Stanley White (26 October 2008). "Marubeni Gets $67 Million Malaysia Train-Car Order, Nikkei Says". Bloomberg Japan. Archived from the original on 9 October 2007.  ^ "KL- Ipoh
Ipoh
train service likely to see 20,000 more passengers per month". The Star. 16 December 2009. Archived from the original on 17 January 2010.  ^ Nathan, Darshini M (6 October 2007). "Back on track: KTMB upgrades to be competitive". Bizweek, The Star.  ^ "KTM Distribution Company Info". KTM Berhad. Archived from the original on 16 January 2009.  ^ "Multimodal Freight Sdn. Bhd. Company Info". KTM berhad. [permanent dead link] ^ "KTMB Car Park Company Info". KTM Berhad. Archived from the original on 16 January 2009.  ^ "KTM projects introduction". Archived from the original on 26 August 2007. Retrieved 14 June 2007.  ^ "Electrified Double Track Project Between Rawang and Ipoh". Archived from the original on 15 September 2007. Retrieved 14 June 2007.  ^ "Commuter line for suburbs". The Star. Archived from the original on 21 April 2008. Retrieved 17 April 2008. 

External links[edit]

Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Official Website Keretapi.com - Railway Fan website Easybook.com - KTM Train Tickets Agent website Ipoh-Padang Besar Electrified Double Tracking Project website

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KTM Intercity
KTM Intercity
railway stations

West Coast Line

(to KTM ETS)

Batu Anam Segamat Genuang Tenang Labis Bekok Paloh Chamek Kluang Mengkibol Rengam Layang-Layang Kulai Kempas
Kempas
Baru JB Sentral Woodlands Train Checkpoint Bukit Timah
Bukit Timah
(closed) Tanjong Pagar
Tanjong Pagar
(closed)

East Coast Line

Tumpat Kampung Kok Pasir halt Wakaf Bharu Bunut Susu Kampung Macang halt Pasir Mas Chica Tinggi To' Uban Sungai Keladi Bukit Panau Tanah Merah Temangan Sungai Nal Kuala Krai Pahi Manik Urai Kampung Baru Sungai M'kuang Ulu Temiang Kampung Baru Bukit Abu Bukit Abu Kampung Geris Dabong Kemubu Sri Jaya Sri Mahligai Sri Bintang Sungai Tasin Jerek Baru Bertam Bernam Baharu halt Limau Kasturi Sungai Sirian Kampung Sungai Sirian Sungai Koyan Pan Malayan Gua Musang Mentara halt Merapoh Telok Gunong Kubang Rasa Sungai Temau Chegar Perah Aur Gading Dura Kampung Berkam Bukit Betong Telang Padang Tengku Kuala Lipis Batu Sembilan Kerambit Mela Jerantut Jenderak Kuala Kerau Kerdau Mentakab Mengkarak Triang Mengkuang Kemayan Bahau Gemas

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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 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
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 Double-Tracking Project Klang Valley
Klang Valley
Double-Tracking Project  ECR  MRL East Coast Rail Link

Underway

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

Suspended

 14  Putrajaya Monorail

Proposed

Johor Bahru RTS Kota Kinabalu Line Kuching LRT Kota Kinabalu Monorail Melaka Aerorail North Eastern Sabah Railway Line Penang Monorail 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 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

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