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  • KLANG VALLEY DOUBLE TRACK (KVDT)

    INFRASTRUCTURE AND SYSTEMS

    UPGRADING PROJECT

    PRESENTATION TO MANAGEMENT

    30 November 2015

  • KLANG VALLEY NETWORK

    Upgraded, double tracked and electrified in 1993;

    First Electric Train Service (KTM Komuter) introduced in August 1995;

    Busiest sector among KTMBs network with 10 MGT of traffic;

    Inferior track standard (BS80A rail, ballast depth = 250 mm, no

    strengthening of sub-grade, i.e.,

    without sub-ballast, geo-textile,

    ground treatment);

    Subject to poor drainage impact from surrounding development.

    Seremban

    Labu

    Batang Benar

    Bangi

    Kajang

    Serdang

    Salak Selatan

    KL SentralKUALA LUMPUR

    Sentul

    Batu Caves

    KepongSungai Buloh

    Kuang

    Rawang

    Petaling

    Setia Jaya

    Subang Jaya

    Batu TigaShah Alam

    Padang JawaKlang

    Jalan KastamPelabuhan Klang

    Legend:

    Double Track

    (BS 80A Rail)

    Double Track

    (UIC 54kg Rail)

    Railway Station

    Serendah

  • OBJECTIVE

    Rehabilitate the railway infrastructure in the Klang Valley so as toreinstate the characteristics that are essential for the performance of

    the railway services;

    Improve the safety standard and criteria to accommodate higherservice frequency with the introduction of new commuter and ETS

    services;

    Improve the comfort and convenience of passengers; and

    Upgrade the capacity of the railway infrastructure to allow foroperation headway of 7.5 minutes during peak period.

  • SCOPE OF WORKS IN RELATION WITH

    GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION

    Rawang

    Salak Selatan

    Batu Caves

    PelabuhanKlang

    Seremban

    Gemas

    Tumpat

    Ipoh

    Bukit Mertajam

    PadangBesar

    Butterworth

    Serdang

    Shah Alam Nilai

    Putra

    SungaiBuloh

    KajangUKM

    Batu Tiga

    Kepong

    Segambut

    PantaiDalam

    Kg Dato HarunSeri Setia

    Teluk PulaiBukit Badak

    Teluk Gadong

    Angkasapuri

    Jalan Templer

    Kg Raja Uda

    Tiroi

    MenaiktarafDan MembaikpulihStrukturLandasanFasa 1

    MenaiktarafDan PenyenggaraanSistemElektrifikasi

    MenaiktarafKemudahanStesenKomuter

    MenaiktarafSistemPersemboyananDan Komunikasi

    SistemTren Radio Digital

    SistemAxle Counter

    SistemATP

    +

    +

    PETA LOKASI - CADANGAN MENINGKATKAN KAPASITI DANKEMAMPANAN PERKHIDMATAN KOMUTER (FASA 1)

    Rawang

    Salak Selatan

    Batu Caves

    PelabuhanKlang

    Seremban

    Gemas

    Tumpat

    Ipoh

    Bukit Mertajam

    Padang Besar

    Butterworth

    Serdang

    Shah Alam

    Putra

    Batu Tiga

    Kepong

    Segambut

    PantaiDalam

    Kg Dato HarunSeri Setia

    Teluk PulaiBukit Badak

    Teluk Gadong

    Angkasapuri

    Jalan Templer

    Kg Raja Uda

    Tiroi

    MenaiktarafDan MembaikpulihStrukturLandasanFasa 1

    MenaiktarafDan PenyenggaraanSistemElektrifikasi

    MenaiktarafKemudahanStesenKomuter

    MenaiktarafSistemPersemboyananDan Komunikasi

    SistemTren Radio Digital

    SistemAxle Counter

    SistemATP

    +

    +

    MenaiktarafDan MembaikpulihStrukturLandasanFasa 1

    MenaiktarafDan PenyenggaraanSistemElektrifikasi

    MenaiktarafKemudahanStesenKomuter

    MenaiktarafSistemPersemboyananDan Komunikasi

    SistemTren Radio Digital

    SistemAxle Counter

    SistemATP

    +

    +

    PETA LOKASI - CADANGAN MENINGKATKAN KAPASITI DANKEMAMPANAN PERKHIDMATAN KOMUTER (FASA 1)

  • SCOPE OF WORK - TRACKWORKS

    SCOPE OF WORKS

    Renew track components (UIC54kg rail, new concrete sleepers, fastening, UIC54kg turnout with concrete bearer) Rawang to Salak Selatan

    Track formation rehabilitation -strengthening of track sub-grade with standard track profile (ballast, sub-ballast, geo-textile) and rectify mud-pumping areas Rawang to Salak Selatan

    Procurement of Track Machines: Tamping Machine - UNIMAT (2), DUOMATIC (1),Ballast Regulator (3), Trolley (2), Multipurpose (2)

    Reinstatement of drainage system, including construction of 2 new culverts at Km 373.898 (Kepong) and Km 365.765 (Kuang)

    Construction of vandal proof fencing

    Construction of maintenance access

  • SCOPE OF WORK SIGNALLING &

    COMMUNICATION

    SCOPE OF WORKS

    Upgrading of Train Detection System from Audio Frequency Track Circuit (UM71) to Axle Counter

    Upgrading of ATP Trackside System from STM to ETCS Level 1 (include RIDT)

    Installation of TETRA Radio System throughout KTMBs network (except the Gemas Johor Bahru Sector)

  • SCOPE OF WORK ELECTRIFICATION SYSTEM

    SCOPE OF WORKS

    Construction of new Feeder Station at Sentul and energization of Port KlangFeeder Station

    Upgrading of TSL at Kepong Upgrading of Circuit Breaker at Salak

    Selatan Feeder Station

    Upgrading of Double Pull Arrangement to Single Cantilever Arrangement (63 locations)

    Upgrading of Manual Isolator to Motorized Isolator (40 locations)

    Upgrading of Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) PD48 at Shah Alam, Port KlangFeeder Station and Master Modem in Kuala Lumpur

    Upgrading of Communication Lines at all Feeder Stations

    Overhaul Maintenance of the Overhead Line and Power Supply system

  • LINE BLOCK PROPOSAL

    Line Block Proposal by DMIA:

    Total closure of one line for 24 / 7 with stage works as follows:

    Phase 1: Rawang Simpang Batu (27 stages)

    Simpang Batu Sentul (10 stages)

    Phase 2: SPK Salak Selatan (8 stages)

    Phase 3: Simpang Batu SPK (41 stages)

    * 2 teams to be deployed to undertake Phase 1 / 2 and Phase 3

    concurrently.

    Line Block Proposal by KTMB:

    6 hours daily on weekday (Monday Friday); and

    10 hours daily on weekend (Saturday Sunday)

    * 5 teams to be deployed to undertake works at 5 locations concurrently.

    One team shall be dedicated for the section between KL North SPK.

    48 Months

  • STATUS / ISSUES

    LOI issued to DMIA on 2 September 2015.

    Project kick-off meeting was held at MOT on 15 September 2015. MOTinstructed KTMB to issue site possession under the 24 / 7 scenario within 2

    weeks.

    Meeting between KTMB and DMIA on 17 September 2015, DMIA requested toadvise the impact on train operation with 24 / 7 approach and to propose the

    6 + 10 method.

    Meeting at MOT chaired by Dato TKSU (P) on 2nd October 2015 reiterated therequirement for KTMB to issue site possession based on the 24 / 7 approach.

    MOT advised via letter dated 5th October 2015 that Y.B. Minister of Transporthas decided on the 24 / 7 method of site possession.

    Meeting at MOT chaired by Dato TKSU (P) on 27th October 2015 emphasizedthe importance to issue site possession to DMIA.

  • STATUS / ISSUES (CONTD)

    PAK issue no objection on the site possession via letter dated 2nd November2015 subject to compliance with conditions stipulated by SO / SOR.

    MOT appointed President of KTMB as SOR 2 via letter dated 4 November2015 but without authority to exercise:

    - The provision of railway technical and operational aspects under the

    contract.

    - Implementation of current and future projects due to withdrawal of SOR

    functions for other projects.

    Project Progress Meeting No. 1 was held at MOT on 26 November 2015. Issueon information/drawings pending from KTMB was raised.

    DMIA has yet to submit the comprehensive Method Statement (MS) either onthe 24 / 7 or 6 + 10 approach. The workshop for preparation of the MS

    scheduled on 1 2 December 2015.

  • IMPACT TO TRAIN SERVICES

    No. Issues Continuous closure of any one lineLine Block of 6 hours (weekdays) and 10

    hours (weekend)

    1 Track

    capacity in

    KVDT

    Substantial reduction due to bi-directional

    working at certain section between

    Rawang Salak Selatan.

    Minimal impact.

    2 Delay to train services

    High due to reduced track capacity.KTMBs plan on the increased frequencyof the ETS services between KL Sentraland Padang Besar will be severelyaffected.

    Delay may occur due to caution imposed atthe construction area but the impact canstill be tolerated.

    3 Cancellation of services

    Some services may be cancelled due toreduced track capacity. Any reduction inthe number of services below theminimum service specified in theRailway Licence involves a complexprocess to acquire SPADs approval onthe cancellation / reduction of services.

    The existing services can be maintained.

    4 Additional cost to KTMB

    Substantial since KTMB has to bear thetranshipment cost of passengers,publicity cost for the reduction in servicelevel and additional personnel to mitigatethe impact arising from this option.

    Manageable since additional cost isassociated with the deployment ofadditional teams to supervise the worksduring track possession at multiplelocations.

    5 Staging works

    Require temporary signalling andmodification to the OCS to accommodatestage works.

    Existing signalling and OCS can bemaintained.

  • IMPACT TO TRAIN SERVICES (CONTD)

    No. Issues Continuous closure of any one lineLine Block of 6 hours (weekdays)

    and 10 hours (weekend)6 Impact to cargo

    servicesHuge due to reduced track capacity andpriority given to passenger services. Thiswill not justify the cargo rate increase asimplemented in 2014 and transhipmentdoes not work for cargo train.

    Minimal since there is only slightreduction to existing track capacity.

    7 Impact to KTMBs revenue

    Substantial due to reduction in servicelevel. It will also affect the ri