02 December 2008

Promosi Tambang RM1 KTMB


Promosi Tambang RM1

IPOH 1 Dis. - Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) menawarkan promosi tambang RM1 untuk perjalanan sehala perkhidmatan kereta api Kuala Lumpur-Ipoh dan Ipoh- Kuala Lumpur mulai hari ini sehingga 31 Disember ini.

Pengurus Pemasarannya, Mohd. Noordin Kimi berkata, tambang murah itu merupakan promosi KTMB sempena tempoh percubaan perkhidmatan kereta api bagi laluan tersebut.

Promosi itu terhad kepada 400 tiket sehari dan untuk penumpang kelas ekonomi sahaja.

''Seratus 100 tiket pada harga RM1 disediakan untuk setiap perjalanan pertama pada pukul 5 pagi dan perjalanan terakhir pada pukul 9 malam dari kedua-dua arah.

''Hanya pengguna yang membeli tiket di kaunter Stesen Keretapi Ipoh dan Stesen Kuala Lumpur Sentral layak mendapat tawaran tambang RM1 ini dan tempahan tidak dibenarkan," kata Mohd. Noordin kepada pemberita selepas mengiringi kira-kira 180 ahli rombongan tajaan KTMB dan Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN) menaiki kereta api dari Kuala Lumpur ke sini.

Menurut Mohd. Noordin, walaupun perkhidmatan kereta api untuk laluan Kuala Lumpur-Ipoh baru bermula hari ini, sambutan yang diterima daripada orang ramai sangat hebat dan di luar jangkaan.

Sumber daripada : Utusan Malaysia

RM2 train from Ipoh to KL and back

Incredible, but true. For just as low as RM2, a commuter can travel from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur and return on the new Express Shuttle Train Service to be launched on Dec 1.

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) is offering the low fare on a month-long promotion to mark the launching of its Ipoh-KL Sentral intercity rail service.

However, the RM1 one-way tickets are valid only for those travelling on the first daily scheduled train out of Ipoh and return on the last train. There are only 100 tickets available each day.

This rapid intercity rail link is being made possible due to the completion of the long delayed double-tracking and electrification project.

It offers a new option to commuters in Perak in need of a convenient way to travel to KL. The less than three-hour journey takes commuters right into the heart of Kuala Lumpur without having to worry about traffic jams.

"Initially, there will be 10 shuttle services a day," said Sabri Muhamud, KTMB’s operations and marketing executive.

"Five shuttle services from Ipoh and five from KL Sentral."

The daily departures to KL Sentral are set for 5am, 9am, 1pm, 5pm and 9pm, while departures from KL Sentral to Ipoh are at 5am, 9am, 1pm, 5pm and 9.45pm.

The four-coach trains will stop for one minute each at Batu Gajah, Kampar, Tapah Road, Sungkai, Slim River, Behrang, Tanjong Malim, Kuala Kubu Baru, Rawang, Sungai Buloh and Kepong Sentral for passengers to disembark or get on board before proceeding to Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and KL Sentral.

The fares from Ipoh to KL are RM18 for second class and RM10 for economy class. No discount is given to children or senior citizens.

The double-tracking and electrification project was undertaken in 2000, but was delayed due to contractual disputes. It is an extension of the track from Rawang to Ipoh.

Under the project, various smaller railway stations along the route were also rebuilt.

Ipoh Railway Station, which combines Moorish architecture with modern embellishments, has also been extensively renovated to include two overhead pedestrian bridges with escalators to link the new and longer platforms.

Sumber : MMail

4 comments:

Ismail N said...

Bila lihat tambang yg KTMB beri ni, kita lega IJN tak kena swastakan. Walaupun byk komplain mengenai govt agency & GLC company, tapi kita syukur sbb mereka2 ni provide service yg rakyat mampu bayar.

mapetm said...

betul tu ,tapi saya juga tak sanggup lihat ada sebuah lagi syarikat keretapi yang menjadi pesaing KTMB.Tingkatkan lagi mutu perkhidmatan dan 'Terus Maju'.

Mighty Jacksparrow said...

yo brader..railwayfan gathering ujung tahun ni kat ipoh..mai dak?

mapetm said...

Datang tapi bukan dengan KTMRF dgn family la....

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