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The KVMRT spans approximately 51 kilometers east to west across Kuala Lumpur, from Sungai Buloh to Kajang.
Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, has seen a construction rush for recent years. The Petronas Twin Towers stretch 452 meters into the sky as the symbol of a developing city.
Sungai Buloh retain streets of old days. There are even areas not so far from downtown that have yet to see development.
Major roads linking the outskirts with downtown are gridlocked during morning and evening rush-hours with commuters’s cars.
Planted forests of natural rubber used to represent a national industry. When the KVMRT opens, there will be a new station and a new town here. It is hoped that this will bring a new industry.
The Meidensha project team that supports the KVMRT, the largest urban transport system in Kuala Lumpur. The team consisting of people of different nationalities who debate with passion at each conference.
It's midnight. A large crane hoists a nearly 10-ton transformer tens of meters up and carries it into the station that is under construction. A large number of Meidensha local staff carries on with the work safely.
The traction power facilities that feed power to the trains by converting AC power to DC power.The electric train cannot run without them.
Meidensha believes that the completion of a railway project is the real beginning of it.It is important that the trains run safely for a long time.Meidensha will continue to look to the KVMRT and the development of the city with the technical expertise the company has developed over many years.