Siemens enters LRT fray

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  • Saturday, 14 May 2011

THE 17km light rail-transit (LRT) extension is expected to attract a number of large international players when the tender for the systems package closes on May 16.

Reported to cost about RM1.5bil, German engineering group, Siemens, which is shifting its focus to be a player in Malaysia's move to upgrade public transport, may well be making its bid with some of the biggest names in the world to build the backbone of the country's mass public transport system.

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