Sri Petaling LRT track replacement next Tuesday, minor delays expected


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  • Sunday, 06 Nov 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Train tracks on the Sri Petaling LRT line between the PWTC and Titiwangsa stations will be replaced beginning this Tuesday.

Prasarana Malaysia Berhad said the Rapid KL LRT and Monorail service provider, Rapid Rail Sdn Bhd, will be replacing the tracks at night after daily train services cease from 1am to 4am until Nov 22.

"The upgrading work will be carried out in stages and the old rails will be cut out and replaced with new ones.

"The work will be monitored in detail by Rapid KL's team of engineers to ensure work that work progresses smoothly and complies with procedures. There will be no disruptions to train services," it said in a statement Saturday.

Prasarana said during the upgrade process, trains between the two stations will move at a reduced speed, which will increase waiting time by about one minute for safety purposes.

Users can contact the Rapid KL helpline at 03-78852585 or follow the current status of its services on Facebook an twitter for further information. – Bernama

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