Malaysia – Singapore high speed line opening date put back

The prime ministers of Malaysia and Singapore discussed the high speed rail project at their annual retreat on May 5.

ASIA: The planned opening date for the proposed 330 km high speed line between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore is to be put back from 2020 to a more realistic date, the prime ministers of Malaysia and Singapore jointly announced after their annual leader’s retreat on May 5. The location for ...

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