ELECTRIFIED DOUBLE TRACKING PROJECT BETWEEN SUBANG JAYA AND TERMINAL SKYPARK
To provide brief description regarding the implementation of Electrified Double Tracking Project in between Subang Jaya and Terminal Skypark and to gather feedback from the public regarding the Project.
Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam
Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya
Pejabat Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Selangor
Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat
Proposed Public Display Date : 2 December 2013 until 28 February 2014.
Electrified Double Tracking Project Between Subang Jaya and Terminal Skypark was funded by the Government through Ministry of Transport to provide rail based public transport especially to connect the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (SAAS) Airport Terminal and the vicinity area with the existing railway network.
The proposed project will be mainly based on the current Klang Valley electrified double tracking system which provides the existing commuter services.
The proposed Sri Subang branch line commence from Batu Caves – Pelabuhan Klang Main Line take off point at Km 17.37 of Subang Jaya – Batu Tiga section with a total route length of 8.157km and terminated at Terminal Skypark Station which is located in front of existing Terminal 3, SAAS Airport.
The above project involves 25kV Overhead Catenary System, Modern Signalling and Communication System and also integration with the existing Centralised Train Control (CTC) at KL Sentral. It was envisaged that the shuttle service for commuter will run between Terminal Skypark and KL Sentral once the project completed.
The services could be integrated with the future LRT Extension Project at Subang Jaya Station once both the project completed.
Generally, the above project consists of two main section ie. at grade section in between Subang Jaya and Sri Subang for the length of 4.09km using the existing railway reserve and also the elevated section in between Sri Subang and Terminal Skypark for the total length of 4.067km which is along the existing Sungai Damansara river reserve.
It will involves the construction of one terminal station ie. Terminal Skypark Station at Ch 8000 with the provision of side platform at 150 m length.
Future halt development was also identified at Glenmarie Halt (Ch1975) and Sri Subang Halt (Ch4625) but the implementation of the halt is subject to the demand from the public once the project completed. The proposed alignment is shown as part of the display
COMMENCEMENT : 21 FEBRUARY 2013 COMPLETION : 20 FEBRUARY 2016
To provide the rail based public transport to the public especially to the passenger of Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport and the vicinity areas and connect with the existing Klang Valley rail network. As such, the passenger can be connected to Kuala Lumpur International Airport Sepang via rail through interchange point at KL Sentral. It will provide environmental friendly based services which indirectly reduce the existing road congestion and also increasing the usage of public transport from the public with the better and more comprehensive railway network mainly KTMB, LRT and MRT.
PROPOSED SYSTEM COMPONENT
Communication and Signalling System for Subang Jaya and Terminal Skypark can be control directly from Centralised Train Control Centre at KL Sentral.
Bi-directional movement signalling system which is control automatically through the movement of train with three aspects signalling system. Block signalling system can be control through the axle counter and track circuit within station area.
Communication system with digital transmission system SDH STM-4 for all communication medium at the station and integration to CTC KL Sentral. The communication system also included Fiberail and TM Fiber network.
25kV AC 50Hz Single Phase Overhead line electrification system for the existing Klang Valley electrification system will be extended for the above project. The proposed electrification system for Subang Jaya – Terminal Skypark section will be integrated to the Electrical Control Room (ECR) at CTC KL Sentral.
It was envisaged that KTMB will be utilizing the existing Class 81 / 82 / 83 EMU Set
400 / 200 seated
15 / 30 minutes (peak / non-peak period)
Major Station / Terminal Station
TYPE OF PLATFORM
Carpark and motorcycle parking area, disable toilet, Male/Female toilet, ramp with railing, Lift, Escalator, CCTV, Passenger information System and Public Address, Kiosk, Male/Female Surau, Auxiliary police booth, Ticket Counter and Ticket Vending Machine.
FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM AND SAFETY
Proposed Fire Rated Door, Automatic Alarm System Detector, Fire Fighting System and Fire Hydrant.
PROPOSED FARE STRUCTURE
JIt is envisaged that the fare between Terminal Skypark to KL Sentral for commuter services is in between RM 1.20 to RM 1.50.
Fully automatic signalling with Automatic Train Protection (ATP)
Service Interval : 15 minutes / 30 minutes for peak and non-peak period
Average Speed : 60km/h
Average Idle Time : 1 minutes
Numbers of Station : 1 number at Skypark Terminal Station
Length of Route : 8.157 km
Operation Hours : 0600 – 2400 hour
Type of Platform : Side Platform
Fully integrated with the existing system
Fully communication system coverage
Public Information Display
Closed Circuit Television at station area and platform
Public address system
Fully centralised control from CTC KL Sentral
Fibre optic infrastructure
Upgraded track component
Low vibration and noise
In line with the current electrified double tracking system
Metre gauge track with 54E1 rail and concrete sleeper
Monitor operation speed for safer journey
Monitor movement of train based on the timetable
Integrated with the Klang Valley existing system
Bidirectional movement on both tracks
Maximum speed of 110 km/h
Train detection system
Fully interlocking system to avoid collision
Automatic route indicator
Power supply from the existing Subang Jaya Feeder Station
Monitor power supply from Electrical Control Room at CTC KL Sentral
Utilizing the overhead catenary system of 25kV AC 50Hz single phase
Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) System
Ticket vending machine and ticket counter
Integration with other modes of transport
The existing AFC can be upgraded in line with the demand
Operations and maintenance
Safety Plan for passenger and staff
Maintenance depot for rolling stock
Compliance with the existing safety manual practice in Malaysia
CCTV at suitable location for monitoring purposes
Station master and auxiliary police
Smoke / fire detection system
Automatic Train Protection system
Man operated train
Safe for operations with regular maintenance
Boundary fence along the alignment to deter encroachment