07 Feb '11, 8am

KTM restores Singapore-KL train services (via ST iPhone App)

KTM restores Singapore-KL train services (via ST iPhone App)

Passengers disembarking from Malayan Railway (KTM) train from Kuala Lumpur at the Tnajong Pagar railway station. -- ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN COMMUTERS in Singapore are now able to once again travel by train to Kuala Lumpur after nearly a week of disruptions caused by floods in Malaysia on Jan 30. All affected services have been restored and are operating normally, according to Malaysian Railway KTM. But commuters should brace themselves for delays of 30 minutes or more in arrival times. This is because the trains will still need to slow down at certain stretches where damaged tracks have just been repaired. Departure times are unaffected.

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/...

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