Moving on After MRT2

WITH 16,000 tunnel segment rings produced by Malaysian precasters, the tunnels of the Putrajaya MRT Line (formerly the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya Line) are testament to Malaysian determination in construction.

This is especially true for MMC Gamuda Joint Venture (MGJV), the main contractor for the underground portion of the Klang Valley MRT project’s second line.

Despite being situated in more difficult geographical terrain compared with the Kajang Line, the entire Putrajaya Line is on track for full opening by January 2023.

It is no mean feat, considering that the tunnels are longer – 13.5km with nine stations plus two shell stations – than Kajang Line’s 9.5km with seven stations, heightening the project risks.

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