07 Feb '11, 7am

All train services on KTM lines restored

SINGAPORE: After nearly a week of disruptions due to floods in Malaysia, commuters from Singapore are now able to travel by train to Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian Railway (KTM) said all affected services have been restored and are operating normally. And while departure times have not been affected, commuters can still expect delays in their arrival times, by more than 30 minutes. KTM said the trains will still need to slow down at certain stretches where works to repair the damaged tracks have just been completed. Train services on KTM's southern and eastern sectors were disrupted following floods on January 30.

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