Malaysia unveils HSR stations’ design

MyHSR Corp has presented the architectural concept designs for all seven stations of Kuala Lumpur-Singapore HSR in Malaysia including Bandar Malaysia, Bangi-Putrajaya, Seremban, Melaka, Muar, Batu Pahat and Iskandar Puteri.
“The designs of each station were conceptualised to reflect not only the diverse heritage, culture and identity of each city along the HSR corridor, but also demonstrates the growth vision that will be accomplished with the KL-SG HSR,” said Tan Sri Dr. Ali Hamsa, Chief Secretary to the Government of Malaysia and Chairman of MyHSR Corp.
The company presented the stations’ design during MyStations: Transforming Malaysia’ event, where also was signed the commemorative 0-0 Ground Control Point (GCP) marker plaque. This will be installed at the 1st order monument in Bandar Malaysia and will form part of the GCP network used for survey works. This ensures accuracy of locations and points along the HSR corridor for the purposes of identifying specific areas for land acquisition and construction.
“The unveiling of the HSR station designs and the signing of the commemorative plaque at today’s event are important milestones for the project. However, we still have a lot more to do. We will be beginning the Public Inspection exercise in November, to gather public’s feedback on the project, simultaneously in all locations along the alignment,” said Dato’ Mohd Nur Ismal Mohamed Kamal, CEO of MyHSR Corp.
MyHSR Corp will begin the HSR Public Inspection from 1 November 2017 at key locations in Kuala Lumpur, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Johor for the duration of 3 months.
The KL-SG HSR project is set to start operations in 2026, and will cut travel time between the two cities to 90 minutes.

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