September 29, 2023


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LRT Ampang Line – Masjid Jamek-Bandaraya part to stay closed for an additional two weeks, says Loke

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The part between the Masjid Jamek and Bandaraya stations of the LRT Ampang Line, which has been out of service since final week when structural harm was found at an overpass within the space, will stay closed for an additional two weeks.

Transport minister Anthony Loke stated the road between the 2 stations would reopen as soon as the required corrective measures had been accomplished, The Star stories. “As soon as it’s okay and security is ensured, we are going to reopen the road. I apologise to all commuters who’re affected,” he stated.

In the meantime, Speedy Rail stated {that a} complete probe into the structural harm of the cracked viaduct and pier close to the Bandaraya station was being carried out. The general public transport operator stated that an skilled engineering consulting agency has been appointed to hold out the probe to determine the supply of the harm, considering all potentialities.

“That is crucial to make sure the rectification motion plan that might be taken,” the corporate stated by way of a press release. Till the service on the road resumes, commuters needing to make the journey on the whole LRT Ampang route should utilise buses within the shuttle service supplied between the Grasp Tuah and Masjid Jamek LRT stations

The bus routes, which run from Plaza Rakyat to Bandaraya, Sentul Timur to Bandaraya, Bandaraya to Sentul Timur, Grasp Tuah to Bandaraya and Bandaraya to Grasp Tuah, will ferry passengers to bridge that small hole in between the rail service on the road, which continues to function.

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