East Coast Rail Link (Section 6)
The ECRL project is a planned double-tracked railway link that travels from Kota Bahru, Kelantan to Port Klang, Selangor. This project will help improve and further develop the ever-growing East Coast Economic Region of Peninsular Malaysia.
ECRL is also part of China's Belt and Road Initiative. With advanced passenger cars of speeds up to 160 km/h, travel times between the East and West Coasts, and also possibly to international lands in the future can be greatly reduced. An international trade network could also be born.
Electrified Double Track (Section 2 & 5)
Malaysia's Electrified Train Service (ETS), which serves the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) network, is a popular mode of transport that connects the north and south ends of Peninsular Malaysia.
The main goal of the Gemas - Johor Bahru EDT project is to have the existing single rail line be replaced with a double track, stretching about 197 kilometers, and upgrading the existing diesel-only locomotive line to fully electric locomotives.
The EKVE Package 2 will be a dual-two lane tolled highway between Ampang and Ukay Perdana with a mainline distance of 8.33 km and 3.94 km of spur roads. It is part of the orbital system of ring roads around Greater Kuala Lumpur.
Once the expressway is completed, it will ease the traffic congestion along the existing MRR2 and also provide a convenient route to support for new developments particularly along Semenyih, Kajang, Cheras and Ampang.
East Klang Valley Expressway
Bukit Tagar Sanitary Landfill (Phase 4)
Bukit Tagar Sanitary Landfill is developed on a 700-acre footprint, with an additional 1,000 acres of buffer zone comprising undeveloped land surrounding the landfill footprint. It is set amidst an oil palm plantation in a sparsely populated area in Hulu Selangor district.
With 120 million metric tonnes of air space capacity, BTSL is capable of providing over 40 years solution to solid waste management in the Central region of Selangor and...