Yesterday, TRANSIT took note of the announcement of the public display for the Seremban – Gemas Electrification & Double Tracking project.
Today, TRANSIT shares with you a great deal of information about the project which can be found at the project website.
Click here for a larger view of the map above.
Sg. Gadut Elevated Station
Rembau, Tampin, Batang Melaka and Gemas Stations
- Senawang Halt; station design, site plan (ground floor, 1st floor)
- Sungai Gadut Station; station design, site plan (ground floor, concourse, platform)
- Rembau Station; station design, site plan (ground floor, 1st floor)
- Tampin / Pulau Sebang Station; station design, site plan (ground floor, 1st floor)
- Batang Melaka Station; station design, site plan (ground floor, 1st floor)
- Gemas Station; station design, site plan (ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd & 3rd floor, Cross Section)
The contact form at the website can be found here. TRANSIT cannot confirm that using this contact form constitutes official feedback on the Seremban – Gemas EDT project.
Now that is what a public display ought to look like. The website is highly detailed and informative with lots of useful information. However, there are no neighbourhood plans or street plans provided. Also, we find it too bad that they still are using a visitor’s book to collect public feedback. How tough is it to design a proper feedback form???
3 replies on “Public Display of Seremban – Gemas Electrification & Double Tracking”
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The Seremban to Gemas will be delayed. The signaling contract was awarded to a foreign company with only one man . Its a Pte Ltd. This company was operated over the years by just “ONE” man in Malaysia. And yet managed to win this bid, by bribing the MD of Main Contractror, IRCON India.
A sum of RM884K (equivalent to Rs 1 core) was paid.
Without proper professional staff, machinery, equipments and even office, this company got the job.
Thank you for your comment.
We note a recent newspaper article saying that the Seremban-Gemas electrification was nearly 33% complete, which surprised us immensely as the public display is not even over yet.
TRANSIT takes corruption and mismanagement very seriously and we have expressed our concerns about corruption on many occasions.
We sincerely hope that you have information / evidence that can be brought up to the MACC and the Public Accounts Committee. Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with this information.
Moaz for TRANSIT