KELANA JAYA LINE EXTENSION OPENS
The Kelana Jaya Line Extension (KJLE), part of Kuala Lumpur’s light rail transit (LRT) network and covering a distance of 17.4km, was officially opened yesterday, 30th June, by Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Najib Abdul Razak.
The occasion marks the beginning of operation of the ASL’s Solution installed across KJLE, consisting of: 13 stations with VIPEDIA range equipment enabling Long Line Public Address (LLPA), Passenger Information Display System (PIDS) control across the full line of 37 stations, iVENCS Control Systems covering 37 stations, and more iVENCS workstations and servers at the operational control centre for system redundancy. Third party integration is also provided to the signalling systems, LED displays, legacy time server, telephone systems and SCADA.
The line extension, with the integration of the Kelana Jaya Line and Ampang Line at Putra Heights, shall enable more passengers to travel by train across Kuala Lumpur and also offer relief of congestion in the city.