KUALA LUMPUR — Oct. 30, 2017: A public inspection process for the KL–Singapore High Speed Rail (KL-SG HSR) project will take place for three months beginning Wednesday.
For this purpose, the people will be able to do so at 43 venues along the proposed HSR alignment from here to Johor.
“Views and feedback from the public will be used by MyHSR for further evaluation and improvement of the project,” MyHSR Corporation (MyHSR Corp) project delivery director Mark Loader told reporters here today.
The public inspection is required under the Land Public Transport Act 2010.
Further details and the list of locations for the exercise can be found at the website of MyHSR Corporation which is spearheading the project.
Slated to start operations by end 2026, the iconic HSR service will have seven stations in Malaysia — Bandar Malaysia, Bangi/Putrajaya, Seremban, Melaka, Muar, Batu Pahat and Iskandar Puteri — before ending in Jurong East, Singapore.
The 350-kilometre long HSR will cut travel time between KL and Singapore to just 90 minutes. — Bernama