As a follow-up to an earlier post on Flood situation in Johore, southern state of Malaysia, the latest report is that floods have disrupted train services to the east and the south.
As reported by The Star:
KUALA LUMPUR: Heavy rain has disrupted KTM’s intercity services to the east coast and to the south on Monday.
Flooding of the tracks between Bahau, Negri Sembilan (km11.75). Tampin, Negri Sembilan (km510) and Kluang, Johor (km652.25) has led to the cancellation of a number of train services, KTM said in a statement on Monday.
KTM intercity train services affected are as follows:
Ekspres Rakyat No. 1 (Kuala Lumpur Central- Singapore) - Service cancelled
Ekspres Rakyat No. 2 (Singapore- Kuala Lumpur Central) - Service cancelled
Ekspres Sinaran Selatan No. 12 (Singapore- Kuala Lumpur Sentral) - Service cancelled
Ekspres Sinaran Selatan No. 13 (Kuala Lumpur Central-Singapore) - Service cancelled
Ekspres Sinaran No. 14 (Singapore-Kuala Lipis) - Service cancelled
Ekspres Sinaran No. 15 (Kuala Lipis – Singapore) - Service cancelled
Shuttle No. 61 (Gemas- Kluang) - service only available between Kluang – Singapore.
Shuttle No. 64 (Kluang - Gemas)- service only available between Singapore-Kluang.
Services for the central and northern sector are unaffected, for now.
Affected passengers could change their travel date or get a full ticket refund, the statement said.
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