[LDSN News] LANDASAN QuickAccess: One table, plethora of information

LDSN QuickAccess
LDSN QuickAccess

Introducing our new feature, LANDASAN QuickAccess! It enables you to reach LANDASAN’s popular pages faster and also displays schedule and fares.

We believe that our visitors, especially tourists, can make full use of this feature.

We have also updated most of RapidKL service and reduced dependency on external links. We did some cleanup on the articles as well to improve your reading experience.

As for KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit, we will improve the accessibility of the two services in the future. We would also apply this update to LANDASAN [ms] within the next few weeks.

We are travelers too, and we look forward to provide the best information to our customers.

 

Regards,

LANDASAN

KTMB New Website

[November 13th 2012] KTM Berhad has changed their website design quite a number of times this year. Access time has improved throughout the years but it is still not as user friendly as some other transport service websites.

Six yellow boxes link to the most commonly visited link in the website. This is a nice addition with the new version.

Of another note, if you need a guide on using KTMB e-Ticket, visit this page for more information.

KTMB E-Ticket Booking Guide

First and foremost, log on to KTMB e-Ticket website (https://intranet.ktmb.com.my/e-ticket/login.aspx). Then proceed with the steps below.

1. When you open KTMB E-Ticket website, you will see the above screenshot.

(Click more to see the complete guide)

Continue reading “KTMB E-Ticket Booking Guide”

KTMB e-ticket online booking

KTM Berhad Logo
KTM Berhad Logo

Good news for everyone:

Now you can book your KTM Intercity ticket online via KTMB e-Ticket website.

Please refer to this guide for more info.

Questions to ask?

Before you leave your questions in the comment box, LANDASAN would like to suggest you to read our “Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)” first.

Addition / correction of information

LANDASAN contains hundreds of pages and posts of information for your use. We are committed to ensure that our visitors will only receive correct and up-to-date information. Therefore, if there is any incomplete or wrong information, please let us via our “Contact Us” page.

updated on October 23rd 2012

Updated: KTM Intercity Schedules and Station Information

Anda kini boleh merujuk jadual perjalanan, waktu tiba dan berlepas tren bagi sektor Pantai Timur. Maklumat stesen bagi kebanyakan stesen juga telah LANDASAN catatkan di page stesen masing masing.

Pada kesempatan ini LANDASAN ingin mengucapkan selamat Tahun Baru Cina kepada kaum Cina, terutamanya di Malaysia.

Selamat menggunakan perkhidmatan KTM Intercity!

Quick links

Welcome to LANDASAN

LANDASAN was established to deliver information about transportation sector in Malaysia to consumers, especially Malaysians in general and tourists coming in to Malaysia specifically. Please refer the menu on the top of this page to explore LANDASAN further.

LANDASAN QuickAccess

For your added convenience, we have added the table below. We try to check with each transit provider for most up-to-date information.

Service Schedule & Fare Last checked
RapidKL Bus [Schedule] [Fare] January 26th 2014
Kelana Jaya Line [Schedule] [Fare] May 2nd 2016
Ampang Line [Schedule] [Fare] May 2nd 2016
KL Monorail [Schedule] [Fare] May 2nd 2016
KLIA Ekspres [Schedule] [Fare] May 2nd 2016
KLIA Transit [Schedule] [Fare] May 2nd 2016
KTM ETS [Schedule] [Fare] May 2nd 2016
KTM Intercity [Schedule] [Fare] May 2nd 2016
KTM Komuter [Schedule] [Fare] May 2nd 2016

Essential information and guides

Please contact LANDASAN if you see any error. Comments and feedback can be directed to this page: Contact us.

Last updated on Oct 25, 2010 @ 12:52 pm.

Ipoh – Padang Besar Electrified Double Tracking Project (EDTP)

KTM Berhad Logo
KTM Berhad Logo

Ipoh – Padang Besar Electrified Double Tracking Project (EDTP) is one of the nation’s mega project. It consists of several scope of work, among them are The idea of Ipoh – Padang Besar EDTP is revived back by the government in 2006 after it was shelved a few years ago to reduce Malaysia’s national budget deficit. As of now, the project is said to be going on track and will be completed somewhere in 2012.

Comments from LANDASAN: We are glad that he also realizes the importance of having double-tracking project. It is our ambition to become part of KTMB as we want to contribute my bit towards Malaysia’s ‘Tunggak Pengangkutan Rakyat’. This project has been delayed for several years already. Now, we can see that it is being carried out slowly by the contractors. We wonder how much time they will take to finish this project. Lets see the developments so far:

 

Ipoh – Padang Besar EDTP by states



 

Scope of Work

Route: Overall Length – 329 Km
Sector 1: Kedah Line
158 Km Bukit Mertajam – Padang Besar
Sector 2: Mainline
171 Km (Butterworth – Ipoh)

Total Station Buildings

  • Major – 7
  • Minor – 14
  • Halt – 10
  • Depot – 3

Perlis

  • Major Station – 2
  • Minor -1

Kedah

  • Major Station – 1
  • Minor – 4
  • Halt – 3

Pulau Pinang

  • Major Station – 2
  • Minor – 3
  • Halt – 3

Perak

  • Major Station – 2
  • Minor – 6
  • Halt- 4

Tunnel

  • Bukit Berapit – 3.3km (Perak)
  • Larut – 0.33km (Perak)

Depot

  • Padang Besar (Perlis)
  • Prai (P.Pinang)
  • Bukit Mertajam (P.Pinang)

Bridges

  • Road Over Bridge (ROB) – 66
  • Road Under Bridge (RUB) – 8
  • River Bridge (RB) – 75
  • Motorcycle/ Pedestrian Bridge – 45

Special Structure

  • Prai Swing Bridge – 282 m
  • Marine Viaduct (Bukit Merah) – 3.5km

KTMB Quarters

  • 220 Units

Systems

  • Electrification
  • Signaling & Control
  • Communication

 

Source

Additional links

  • www.2t.com.my official website for Ipoh – Padang Besar EDTP. It contains almost everything that you want to know about Ipoh – Padang Besar EDTP. The news related to Ipoh – Padang Besar EDTP also can be found there.