Putrajaya Monorail

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Putrajaya Monorail
 14 
Putrajaya Monorail Suspended Bridge
Overview
Native name Monorel Putrajaya
Type People mover
Status Under feasibility study.[1]
Shelved in 2004 due to federal budget constraints.
Termini Presint 11
Presint Diplomatik
Stations 25 stations
Services Presint 11 - Presint 3 - Presint 1 - Presint 14 - Presint 17 - Presint 6
Line number  14  (black)
Operation
Planned opening 2021; 4 years' time (2021)[2]
Depot(s) Presint 11 Depot
Technical
Line length 18 km (11 mi)
Line 1: 13.2 km (8.2 mi)
Line 2: 6.8 km (4.2 mi)
Route map
GKLKV Integrated Transit Map -KwongTN.svg
Putrajaya Monorail
S16D Kajang Parking  1  9 
S16C Reko Sentral
S16B Bandar Baru Bangi
S16A Kampung Abu Bakar Baginda Kuala Lumpur–Singapore High Speed Rail
extension possibility
to connect HSR and MRT
S16 Presint Diplomatik
S15 Alamanda Putrajaya
S14 Lebuh Perdana Timur
S01 Depot
S02 Presint 11
S03 Presint 9  12  Up arrow
S04 Putrajaya Sentral Parking
S05 Presint 7  7  Down arrow
S06 Presint 8
S13 Taman Putra Perdana
S12 Laman Perdana
S11 Dataran Putra -Bridge
S10 Dataran Wawasan
Line 2 Stabling
S21 Presint 17 Parking
S09 Lebuh Bestari
S20 Presint 18
S08 Dtrn Putrajaya -Bridge
S07 Dataran Rakyat
S19 Dataran Gemilang
-Bridge
S18 Pusat Konvensyen
S17 Presint 6 Parking

The Putrajaya Monorail is an incomplete monorail system in Putrajaya. Putrajaya was originally to have a light rail system, and construction of tunnels for said system was ongoing, when plans were changed, and a monorail plan was selected. It calls for two sublines; Line 1, which is 12 km monorail route with 17 stations and Line 2, which is 6 km monorail route with 6 stations.[3][4]

Project Status[edit]

Construction was halted in 2004, and will probably resume as the city becomes more populated.[5] The monorail will include the Monorail Suspension Bridge, currently incomplete,[6] and the Putra Bridge.[7] The monorail line would allow transfers to KLIA Transit, connecting to Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Lumpur International Airport, at Putrajaya/Cyberjaya ERL station. The project originally cost RM400 million.[8]

Monorail Project Revival[edit]

MMC Corporation Berhad (MMC) has submitted a proposal to the Economic Council (EC) to revive the stalled monorail project since 2004 due to due to budget constraints. Hence, Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) will now be conducting a feasibility study for monorail and tram services for both Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.[9]

Tram Proposal[edit]

However, the Federal Territories Ministry, its minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor hopes to build and get tram infrastructure going within the next three years. Now under the jurisdiction of the Economic Council, the minister sees the development of the tram system as an alternative solution to abandoned monorail projects and recommends due to it cheaper to build. [10][11][12]


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