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Date of Commencement: 21 July 2011

Project Summary
The project was announced in Budget 2009, to improve the efficiency of the public transportation in Klang Valley. Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana), the wholly-owned Government Company, is given the mandate as the project owner to deliver the project. The proposed Kelana Jaya Line Extension will begin from existing Kelana Jaya station (the end station of existing Kelana Jaya Line) and pass through 13 new stations, including Subang Jaya and USJ before ending at Putra Heights, covering a distance of 17km.

CMC, together with its consortium partners Colas Rail SA and Uniway, is awarded to undertake the system works package which entails the engineering, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of the system works for Kelana Jaya Line Extension Project.
The followings are the summary of works and systems to be delivered by the CMC-led Consortium (KCCU – Konsortium CMC-Colas-Uniway):

• Track works
• Power Supply & Distribution Systems
• Power and Station SCADA
• Power Rail
• PIES (Platform Intrusion Emergency Stop) System
• Telecommunications (which shall include all necessary communication subsystems such as Backbone, PABX, CCTV, PIS and etc.)

KCCU believes that the proposed solutions will significantly enhance efficiency of rail services, security of the network and safety of rail commuters, increasing consumer confidence and patronage of the rail services.