Ipoh-Kampar ETS Services suspended for 48 hours!

29 Oct 2016

 

BATU GAJAH: Electric Train Service (ETS) passengers who were left stranded across Perak by yesterday’s cargo train derailment here are displeased with KTM Bhd’s management, which failed to provide shuttles for them to be transported to Ipoh or Kampar stations.
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Many passengers are still stranded at KTM stations – one day after the incident – with no indication as to when the promised shuttles will appear.
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Checks at the Batu Gajah KTM station today showed that many frustrated passengers were still waiting for coaches, with none to be seen.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/10/184200/stranded-ets-passengers-berate-ktm-lack-shuttles-many-still-stuck-batu-gajah

28 Oct 2016

12m12 minutes ago

BERNAMA Retweeted BERNAMA

Operasi ETS KamparIpoh dihentikan 48 jam bagi kerja baik pulih – KTMB

BERNAMA added,

Perkhidmatan tren di laluan utara & selatan alami gangguan ekoran tren kargo tergelincir di Stesen Batu Gajah, Perak pagi tadi –

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Kampar-Ipoh ETS svc suspended for 48hrs following derailment at Bt Gajah, 12k commuters affected: KTM Bhd

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3h3 hours ago

Whyy you do this to me ets 😭 from kl to kampar kena balik naik ktm n from kampar to ipoh naik bas 😫😫

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Tempers flare as thousands of commuters stranded after train derailment

IPOH: Stranded commuters at the Kampar and Ipoh KTM stations here are getting restless as works to remove derailed carriages at Kampung Bakap, Batu Gajah, are still ongoing.

Trader Nurhayati Jamil, 42, from Batu Gajah, who was met at the Kampar KTM station, said she was on her way to a relative’s house in Kuala Lumpur.

“I wanted to bring my two children there for the weekend. We were here at 10.30am and were not told about the incident. We were supposed to board the ETS train at 11am. By then, the crowd had built up and some of them were frustrated and asking for a refund. There was no electricity and we were later informed by staff at the counter about the incident.

KTM providing five shuttle buses to ferry commuters between Kampar and Ipoh KTM stations: KTM Bhd

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