MRT Kajang Line

MRT Kajang Line

Malaysia’s first MRT, the 51km Kajang Line was handled from conceptualisation to completion by our joint venture MMC Gamuda under the project delivery partner (PDP) model. The world’s first variable density tunnel boring machine (VD-TBM) was deployed for the underground portion of the alignment. With a total of 31 stations, the Kajang Line is a symbol for greater and more seamless urban connectivity in Malaysia with an estimated ridership of 40,000 per day.

Location

Klang Valley, Malaysia

Year

2011 – 2017

Malaysia’s first metro system- the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Kajang Line, was handled from conceptualisation to completion by our joint venture MMC Gamuda.

Pioneering the first Project Delivery Partner (PDP) model in Malaysia by taking on a single point of accountability, Gamuda guaranteed the delivery of the elevated section to safety, quality, time and cost.

Featuring world-class metro facilities complete with sustainable, energy-efficient features, the MRT Kajang Line aim to serve a catchment of 1.2 million people, connecting passengers travelling between populated residential, commercial centres and key employment hubs in the Klang Valley.

The line has 31 stations, of which seven are underground, and the world’s first variable density tunnel boring machine (VD-TBM) was deployed for the underground portion of the alignment. The MRT Kajang Line is a symbol for greater and more seamless urban connectivity in Malaysia.

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