05 Feb '11, 11am

KTM restores nearly all S'pore-Malaysia train services

SINGAPORE: Commuters from Singapore will soon be able to travel by train once more to Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian Railway or KTM said services have almost been restored, after those in the southern and eastern sectors were disrupted by floods on 30 January. But it did not state the actual date of re-starting the services. KTM added that for now, three services remain cancelled. These are between Singapore and the Malaysian towns of Tumpat, Gemas and Kuala Lipis. However, all other services are operating as per normal. KTM added delays may be expected as trains will need to slow down in areas where work to repair the damaged tracks has just been completed.

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