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新加坡Mrt意见交流区(本周推介-世界上最著名的11条地铁排名)

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通常一个成功的城市多数会拥有一条或以上的城市铁路路线。

那么大家觉得新加坡和马来西亚首都KL的铁路系统最大的差异在那里呢?

还有重点就是,你享受他们提供的服务吗?

常常云游四方的大大们进来发表些意见吧〉








来吧,让MRT把我们一起带到更美好的明天吧!!



MRT------一段历史:
History of the MRT







Opening of initial section of the MRT at Toa Payoh MRT Station.



Exterior view of Jurong East MRT Station, showing a C151 train pulling in.


Main article: History of the Mass Rapid Transit
The origins of the Mass Rapid Transit are derived from a forecast by city planners in 1967 which stated the need for a rail-based urban transport system by 1992.[4] Following a debate on whether a bus-only system would be more cost-effective, the Parliament came to the conclusion that an all-bus system would be inadequate, since it would have to compete for road space in a land-scarce country. The initial S$5 billion construction of the Mass Rapid Transit network was Singapore's largest public works project at the time, starting on 22 October1983 at Shan Road. The network was built in stages, with the North South Line given priority because it passed through the Central Area that has a high demand for public transport. The Mass Rapid Transit Corporation—MRTC, later called the SMRT Corporation—was established on 14 October1983; it took over the roles and responsibilities of the former provisional Mass Rapid Transit Authority.[5] On 7 November1987, the first section of the North South Line started operations, consisting of five stations over six kilometres. Fifteen more stations were later opened, and the MRT system was officially launched on 12 March1988 by Lee Kuan Yew, then Prime Minister of Singapore. Another 21 stations were subsequently added to the system; the opening of Boon Lay station on the East West Line on 6 July1990 marked the completion of the system two years ahead of schedule.
The Mass Rapid Transit has subsequently been expanded. This includes a S$1.2 billion expansion of the North South Line into Woodlands, completing a continuous loop. The concept of having rail lines that bring people almost directly to their homes led to the introduction of the
Light Rapid Transit (LRT) system into the existing Mass Rapid Transit network. On 6 November1999, the first LRT trains on the Bukit Panjang LRT Line went into operation. To promote tourism, the Changi Airport and Expo stations were built. The North East Line, the first line operated by SBS Transit, opened on 20 June2003 and became one of the first fully automated heavy rail lines in the world.

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发表于 17-2-2007 10:32 PM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
从路线图开始说起:



KL铁路路线图(包括KTM及Monorail):



Subway from KLCC



The KL Monorail in Kuala Lumpur, a colourful straddle-beam monorail





新加坡铁路系统(包括LRT)







相较之下,KL的铁路系统以KL Sentral 为中心,以辐射状向周边地区发展,线路交错复杂,乍看颇有规模,但是存在着致命性的弱点
:1。覆盖性差,从一地抵达另一地必须作许多次的转换不同交通工具;2.两线之间的转换站并不相连,某种程度来说,是财力,效率的浪费;3。以人均收入而言相对高昂的票价,令人望而生畏。

而新加坡的铁路系统为区域覆盖的方式,由南至北,东至西,南至北的网络了个大重镇,简洁有力,功能性强



再看看新加坡未来的铁路发展:





在不久的将来,新加坡环线地铁即将竣工,此线路将贯穿个大现有线路,实现将跨线转换的不便作最大程度的简化。

而覆盖性更为全面的铁路支线也在密谋策划之中,见图下:




届时新加坡将成为拥有最完善铁路系统的东南亚国家。



至于新加坡地铁系统的管理,我相信每天需要利用地铁上下班的大家都有目共睹,这里就不多讲了

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发表于 18-2-2007 12:14 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
听说的。。。。
KL 地铁系统和新加坡/台湾/香港/韩国/日本地铁系统最大的分别就是地铁去不到地方,也就是说下了站后还要搭德士去某个购物中心等,因为四周围没地方好去,而其它国家的地铁站都设在一个本来就人潮多的地方
一句话的威力,一般人的价值观。
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发表于 18-2-2007 12:23 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
还有就是 LRT 才三个箱,在繁忙下班时间根本没机会上车:一百个人在车站,但三个箱 只有20个空位
一句话的威力,一般人的价值观。
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发表于 18-2-2007 01:03 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
没错,非策略性的地铁站位置也是最失败的原因之一


另一版本的新加坡未来地铁构想路线图:





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发表于 18-2-2007 01:36 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
再发一些亚洲国家的城市轨道交通系统的图片:

台北捷运:




未来台北铁路发展路线图:



香港地铁(MTR)及列车(KCR):




泰国曼谷的BTS捷运,MRT地铁及国营铁路:




(我发现这里MRT系统几乎和新加坡的一个样)


相较于马来西亚的城市轨道系统,新加坡,台北,香港,韩国等地方的城市铁路站点均设于区域中心,类似新加坡的裕廊东站(Jurong East),兀兰(Woodland),香港的深水埔及沙田,台北的淡水等等,均为组屋社区等的中心。而站旁多附设巴士转换站或其他便利的转换站。

而商业中心站点的设置则是不相伯仲,这则是关乎一个国家的颜面的问题。想象一个游客搭地铁到政府大厦(CityHall),却发现真正的City Hall 在5公里远的路程之外,我相信这肯定会留下一个极负面的印象。






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发表于 18-2-2007 09:59 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
有一点我要说的是,MRT/LRT/地铁 是不可能去到每个住宅区,更不可能满足所有的居民,
对于这点,巴士服务就扮演很重要的角色。

在新加坡,差不多每个地铁站的附近都会有个巴士转换站 (bus interchange) ,
住在较远的居民先搭短程巴士 去 地铁站/巴士转换站,然后再转 地铁 前往目的地。
在新加坡的组屋区,大概 300 meters - 500 meters 就会有个巴士站
而且 短程巴士 也会跟据 繁忙时间 来调整。
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发表于 18-2-2007 01:48 PM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
原帖由 莱佛士 于 18-2-2007 09:59 AM 发表
有一点我要说的是,MRT/LRT/地铁 是不可能去到每个住宅区,更不可能满足所有的居民,
对于这点,巴士服务就扮演很重要的角色。

在新加坡,差不多每个地铁站的附近都会有个巴士转换站 (bus interchange) ,
...



别提了,新加坡的巴士等候时间并不稳定,看那路程表上写Freq. Range10-15分钟,你可以在巴士站等上15-45分钟的时间。
但在连接的功能上就叫马来西亚为完善,在马来西亚就算是巴士站也未必有巴士来。



基础建设,票价


Concourse level of Queenstown MRT Station, showing a plasma display screen, passenger service centre and faregates.


Main article: Facilities on the Mass Rapid Transit
All MRT stations are either above-ground or underground except for Bishan station, which is at ground level. Most underground stations are deep and hardened enough to withstand conventional aerial bomb attacks and to serve as bomb shelters.[6]
Every station has at least four General Ticketing Machines (GTMs), a Passenger Service Centre, LED and plasma displays that show train service information and announcements. All stations are equipped with restrooms and payphones, although some restrooms are located on street level. Some stations, especially the major ones, have additional amenities and services, such as retail shops and kiosks, supermarkets, convenience stores such as 7-Eleven or Cheers, automatic teller machines, and self-service automated kiosks for a variety of services.
The older stations on the North South Line and East West Line were not originally constructed with any accessible facilities, such as lifts, ramps, tactile guidance systems and toilets for passengers with disabilities. The MRT actively discouraged use of their system by the disabled. However, these facilities are being progressively installed as part of a program to make all stations accessible to the elderly and the those with disabilities.[7][8] As of 27 February 2007, all 63 MRT stations are barrier free with the exception of Buona Vista Station.
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General Ticketing Machines (GTM) at Expo station, where commuters can purchase a Standard Ticket, or add value to their EZ-Link card.


Main article: Fares and ticketing on the Mass Rapid Transit
Because the rail operators are government-assisted, profit-based corporations, fares on the MRT system are pitched to at least break-even level. The operators collect these fares by selling electronic data-storing tickets, the prices of which are calculated based on the distance between the start and destination stations. These prices increase in fixed stages for standard non-discounted travel. Fares are calculated in increments based on approximate distances between stations, in contrast to the use of fare zones in other subway systems, such as the London Underground. As the fare system has been integrated by TransitLink, commuters need to pay only one fare and pass through two fare gates during the entire journey, even when transferring between lines operated by different companies. Commuters can choose to extend a trip mid-journey, and pay the difference as they exit their destination station.
Stations are divided into two areas, paid and unpaid, which allow the rail operators to collect fares by restricting entry only through the fare gates, also known as access control gates. These gates, connected to a computer network, are capable of reading and updating electronic tickets capable of storing data, and can store information such as the initial and destination stations and the duration for each trip. General Ticketing Machines sell tickets for single trips or allow the customer to purchase additional value for stored-value tickets. Tickets for single trips, coloured in green, are valid only on the day of purchase, and have a time allowance of 30 minutes beyond the estimated travelling time. Tickets that can be used repeatedly until their expiry date require a minimum amount of stored credit.
Although operated by private companies, the system's fare structure is regulated by the Public Transport Council, to which the operators submit requests for changes in fares. Fares are kept affordable by pegging them approximately to distance-related bus fares, thus encouraging commuters to use the network and reduce its heavy reliance on the bus system. Fare increases over the past few years have caused public concern.[9] There were similar expressions of disapproval over the slightly higher fares charged on SBS Transit's North East line, a disparity that SBS Transit justified by citing higher costs of operation and maintenance on a completely underground line, as well as lower patronage.[10]

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发表于 18-2-2007 02:52 PM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
新山也该建个了吧
希望不要重蹈覆辙。。
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发表于 18-2-2007 03:06 PM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
原帖由 papayawind 于 17-2-2007 10:31 PM 发表
大家觉得最大的差异在那里呢?



不用看图,服务就已经很大差别了,去过新加坡,回来马来西亚都beh tahan这里的公共交通服务了。顺祝:恭喜发财,身体健康,万事如意
世界上没有绝对幸福的人,只有不肯快乐的心

在感情方面多学习控制情绪问题!

有时候不是对方不在乎自己,而是自己将对方看得太重。

嫉妒是一把刀,最后不是插在别人身上,就是插进自己心里!
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发表于 18-2-2007 03:17 PM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
原帖由 ationg 于 18-2-2007 02:52 PM 发表
新山也该建个了吧
希望不要重蹈覆辙。。


“重蹈覆辙”马来西亚的优良传统,怎么可以不要


智能车票


Magnetic tickets (1987–2002)

An example of a standard adult farecard, in use on Singapore's transportation system between 1987 and 2001. There were many background designs in use.



When the MRT first came into operation in 1987, fares ranged from S$0.50 to S$1.10 in S$0.10 increments for all adult tickets, regardless of whether they were single-trip or stored-value tickets. Several discounted fares were available: senior citizens and permanent residents above the age of 60 could travel on a flat fare of S$0.50 during off-peak hours; children below the height of 1.2 metres and full-time students in primary, secondary, pre-university and vocational training (VITB) institutions paid a flat fare of S$0.30 at all times.
Magnetic strip plastic tickets were used, in various forms. Stored-value tickets were called farecards and came in three types: the blue farecard was issued to adults, the magenta farecard to senior citizens, and the red farecard to children. Single-trip forms of these tickets were retained at the faregates on exiting the paid area of a destination station. Monthly discounted tickets were available in four values: beige, pink, and purple tickets for primary and tertiary students, and full-time national servicemen came with a value of S$13, S$30 and S$36, respectively; the peach ticket was for secondary, pre-university and VITB students, costing S$17 each. These discounted tickets were valid for a month from the date of purchase, allowed up to four trips a day, and were non-transferable.

接下来就是大家最喜爱的EZ-Link了

EZ-Link cards and Standard Tickets (2002–present)Main article: EZ-Link

A standard adult EZ-Link card.


The EZ-Link card is a contactless smartcard based on Sony's FeliCa smartcard technology. These cards are used for making payments for some goods and services in Singapore, mainly transportation services. Established in 2002, the technology was promoted as a mean for speedy and convenient transactions, and an efficient method of reducing fare evasion, although there have been some cases of overcharging users.[11] As a benchmark, fares range from S$0.69 to S$3.04 for adults, S$0.64 to S$0.70 for senior citizens, and S$0.40 to S$0.50 for student EZ-Link cards.
The General Ticketing Machines (GTMs) at each station, replacing older ticket machines, allow commuters to purchase additional credit to add to their EZ-Link cards or to purchase tickets for single trips. Fares for these single-trip forms of these cards range are between one or two times the expense of non single-trip tickets. In addition, a S$1.00 refundable ticket deposit is charged for each Standard Ticket. This refund can be collected from any General Ticketing Machine when the card is returned to the machine within 30 days of purchase. The card can also be left in a charity collection box, thereby donating the S$1.00 deposit. The smartcard technology contained in each Standard Ticket makes each one costly enough to necessitate recycling of Standard Tickets. Concession fares are available for children, students, senior citizens and national servicemen. The Visitor's Card, which offers a package of services to tourists, can be used as an EZ-Link card.
Students are given free, personalised cards, complete with their photos, names and national identification numbers. Regardless of its type, each card is assigned a unique card ID that can be used to recover the card if lost. Transport operators have organised lotteries that are based on these card IDs.

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发表于 18-2-2007 10:07 PM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
吉隆坡的KTM只是做来show给别人看罢了,说明我们也有新科技,实不实用不关他的事。
  双峰塔只因为用了非常庞大数量的水泥所以要求加入世界奇观,真没出息。设计那么烂。
  国民服役也是没有计划下而赶紧实行,为的只是要告诉别人我们也有着个措施。
  柔佛洲水灾是因为没有大河疏通雨水,和壁没有覆盖洋灰,不需要等大雨的来临,终有一天和床会越来越浅。

  哈啰,瞎眼的执政者,我是一个读书不多的贫民,不用用脑都知道这些基本常识了。绕一趟新加坡学一学他们的科技(精神)吧,不要怕对脸啦!更不要整天忌妒别然后又处处逼人。

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发表于 18-2-2007 10:44 PM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
原帖由 小彪 于 18-2-2007 10:07 PM 发表
吉隆坡的KTM只是做来show给别人看罢了,说明我们也有新科技,实不实用不关他的事。
  双峰塔只因为用了非常庞大数量的水泥所以要求加入世界奇观,真没出息。设计那么烂。
  国民服役也 ...



嘿朋友,冷静一下。再生气也没有用,只会死更多细胞

不管怎样也不用自贬自己为贫民。。



基础结构
MRT rolling stock
The French-manufactured Alstom Metropolis Cars are the newest rolling stock on the MRT network.


Main articles: C151 Cars, C651 cars, C751B Cars and Alstom Metropolis Cars Three types of rolling stock are used to carry passengers on both the North–South Line and the East–West Line. They are powered by 750-volt DC third rail, operate in sets of six cars,[12] and use the automatic train operation system (ATO) that is similar to London Underground's Victoria Line.
The majority of the fleet comprises 396 C151 Cars;[13] these are the oldest trains that are still in operation, as of 2006. They were built between 1986 and 1989 by Kawasaki Heavy Industries in consortium with Nippon Sharyo, Tokyu Car Corporation and Kinki Sharyo. A S$142.7 million upgrade of these trains is under way and will be completed by 2008.[14]
In 1994, 114 C651 Cars, manufactured by Siemens of Germany, were purchased to complement the existing fleet of C151 trains when the Woodlands extension opened.[15] Some of these trains have been previously reconfigured in experimental programs to accommodate more passengers, but such arrangements have since been abandoned.

Trains parked at the bay of the Bishan MRT Depot


Between 1998 and 2001, 126 C751B Cars built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Nippon Sharyo in a joint venture were introduced. Kawasaki Heavy Industries manufactured 66 cars[13] and Nippon Sharyo manufactured 60 cars respectively. The cars have a sleeker design and come with an improved passenger information system, more grab poles, wider seats, more space near the doors and spaces for wheelchairs. As these trains were originally intended to operate on a direct service from Boon Lay to Changi Airport, luggage racks were installed for air travellers.[16] However, in April 2002 faulty gearboxes forced all 21 train-sets to be off-service, and the service was temporarily suspended.[17] The direct service was scrapped in July 2003, and the luggage racks were removed.[18]
Since its opening in 2003, 150 driverless Alstom Metropolis Cars have been operating on the North East Line. Alstom Transportation of France was contracted by Land Transport Authority in 1997 and 1998 to supply these cars. They are fully automatic, powered by overhead lines on 1,500 volts DC, and are the first trains to have closed-circuit cameras (CCTV) installed within their interiors. A further order of 120 cars is due to be delivered when the Circle Line starts operations in 2007.[19][20]
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DepotsSMRT Corporation has 4 train depots: The Bishan depot is the central maintenance depot with train overhaul facilities, while the Changi and Ulu Pandan depots only inspect and house trains overnight. The underground Kim Chuan Depot houses trains for the Circle Line.[21] Ang Mo Kio, Jurong East and Tanah Merah stations were built with a third middle track for off-service trains to stop at before they return to their depots, but the last two are now used as termini for the North South Line and the Changi shuttle, respectively.
The Sengkang Depot houses trains for the North East Line, the Sengkang LRT and the Punggol LRT, all operated by SBS Transit. It is the first depot to have structural provisions for an industrial development located above the depot, to minimize the wastage of land in land-scarce Singapore.


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发表于 19-2-2007 12:08 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
双峰塔的设计没那么差吧?
但马来西亚的巴士服务,真的有待改进。。
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发表于 19-2-2007 02:14 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
其实也不能这样比,虽然说KL也是大城市,可是要跟新加玻比还是有很大的差距。

LRT、MRT的路线也要考虑人口的分布,商业中心的坐落等,就这方面,新加玻就胜很远了。

KL的中心地带固然很密集,可是LRT、KTM等的外围却零落的很,建是可以建的,可是马来西亚可不是只有SELANGOR一州巴了,还有很多要顾及,当然内部的腐败也是主要原因之一,更主要的是肤色的纷争。

对了,那个非常完善的新加玻MRT、LRT路线几时竣工?
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发表于 19-2-2007 03:16 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
新加坡的MRT还不够完善。香港MTR的车厢早在十年前就有LED指示地图,SMRT最近才宣布会增加这个设备。还有HK的MTR是双用contactless和normal transist card,对旅客比较方便,不像新加坡的地铁买了one way ticket还需要到站refund.   
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原帖由 lenz 于 19-2-2007 02:14 AM 发表
其实也不能这样比,虽然说KL也是大城市,可是要跟新加玻比还是有很大的差距。

LRT、MRT的路线也要考虑人口的分布,商业中心的坐落等,就这方面,新加玻就胜很远了。

KL的中心地带固然很密集,可是LRT、 ...

Circle line 大概在2008年部分开放,2010年全面开放,如果我没记错的话,因为上次尼诟大道的意外影响了工程的进度


原帖由 ssb 于 19-2-2007 03:16 AM 发表
新加坡的MRT还不够完善。香港MTR的车厢早在十年前就有LED指示地图,SMRT最近才宣布会增加这个设备。还有HK的MTR是双用contactless和normal transist card,对旅客比较方便,不像新加坡的地铁买了one way ticket还 ...

香港的地铁一功能性来讲是不错,但是舒适的程度就。。。。。。。。
窄小的通道,入口及月台,光线不足的车厢,都令人觉得喘不过气
而八达通的充值机器更是落后,只接受特定面额的钞票,害我特地跑去7/11充值。
但是它也有它的有点例如,频密的列车班次,分布性广的地铁出口,ssb提及的出口指示灯和站名广播超清晰,这些都是值得学习的。


艺术建筑结构
Architecture and art on the MRT

Chinese calligraphy is integrated into the flooring of the Chinatown Station.


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Expo MRT Station, sited adjacent to the 100,000 square metre Singapore Expo exhibition facility, sports a futuristic design by Foster and Partners.


Early stages of the MRT's construction paid relatively scant attention to station design, with an emphasis on functionality over aesthetics. This is particularly evident in the first few stages of the North–South Line and the East–West Line that opened between 1987 and 1988 from Yio Chu Kang to Clementi. Architectural themes became an issue only in subsequent stages, and resulted in such designs as the cylindrical station shapes on most stations between Kallang and Pasir Ris, and the perched roofs on stations to the west of Jurong East.
Art pieces, where present, are seldom highlighted; they primarily consist of a few paintings or sculptures representing the recent past of Singapore, mounted in major stations. The opening of the Woodlands Extension introduced bolder pieces of artwork, such as the large hanging sculpture in the Woodlands MRT Station. With the opening of the North East Line, a series of artworks created under a programme called "The Art In Transit" were commissioned by the Land Transport Authority. Created by 19 local artists and integrated into the stations' interior architecture, these artworks aim to promote the appreciation of public art in high-traffic environments. The artwork for each station is designed to suit the station's identity. Only stations on the North East Line come under this programme.[22]
Along the extension to the East-West line connecting to Changi Airport, the Expo Station is sited adjacent to the 100,000 square metre Singapore Expo exhibition facility. Designed by Foster and Partners and completed in January 2001, the station features a large pillarless titanium clad roof in an elliptical shape that sheathes the length of the station platform. This complements a smaller 40 metre reflective stainless steel disc overlapping the titanium ellipse and visually floats over a glass elevator shaft and the main entrance.[23]

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原帖由 papayawind 于 19-2-2007 10:15 AM 发表

香港的地铁一功能性来讲是不错,但是舒适的程度就。。。。。。。。
窄小的通道,入口及月台,光线不足的车厢,都令人觉得喘不过气
而八达通的充值机器更是落后,只接受特定面额的钞票,害我特地跑去7/11充值。
但是它也有它的有点例如,频密的列车班次,分布性广的地铁出口,ssb提及的出口指示灯和站名广播超清晰,这些都是值得学习的。


你的工作是不是跟地铁有关?你对地铁很熟悉。。

香港市区的一些地铁站入口是被“隐藏”起来的,外国人很难找得到,你有没有注意到?
一句话的威力,一般人的价值观。
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回复 #17 papayawind 的帖子

新国的SMRT和SBS已经是世界级了的,不需要再学习了的,人民应该珍惜这种世界级的设施,不要再抱怨了的.
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发表于 19-2-2007 11:40 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
原帖由 水手一月山 于 19-2-2007 11:15 AM 发表
新国的SMRT和SBS已经是世界级了的,不需要再学习了的,人民应该珍惜这种世界级的设施,不要再抱怨了的.


抱怨和批评是两回事,就好像之前有人说过,马来西亚拥有世界级的赛车竞技场,却把培养世界级的赛车队的任务置之不理,这是何等的失衡。
如果拒绝被批评有如拒绝改进,这样一来不止固步自封,而且还会不进反退,只会落得和我们祖国那些“鸵鸟”们一般无异的下场而已。

人在新加坡却听到所谓不需要学习的论调,似乎有点怪?


安全防范设施
Platform screen doors at Dhoby Ghaut station on the North-South Line.



Safety sign warning passengers to stay behind the yellow line on platforms without screen doors.


Main article: Safety on the Mass Rapid Transit
Assurance has been given by both operators and authorities, that numerous measures have been taken in an effort to ensure the safety of passengers, with SBS Transit having to make greater efforts in actively publicising its safety considerations on the driver-less North East Line before and after its opening.[24] Safety campaign posters are highly visible in trains and stations, and the operators frequently broadcast safety announcements to passengers and to commuters waiting for trains. Fire safety standards are consistent with the strict guidelines of the US National Fire Protection Association. Platform screen doors are installed at all underground stations. These doors prevent suicides, enable climate control in stations and prevent unauthorised access to restricted areas. Above-ground stations have open platforms, with a wide yellow line drawn along each platform edge requiring passengers to stand at a safe distance from arriving trains (or face a fine). Bylaws are implemented in the system to deter uncivil, disruptive and dangerous acts, such as smoking, the consumption of food and drinks, the frivolous use of safety features, and trespassing onto the railway tracks. Penalties ranging from fines to imprisonment are imposed for these offences.[25]
Safety concerns were raised among the public after several accidents on the system during the 1980s and 1990s, but most problems have been rectified. On 5 August 1993, two trains collided at Clementi station because of an oil spillage on the track, which resulted in 132 injuries.[26] There were calls for platform screen doors to be installed at above-ground stations after several incidents in which passengers were killed by oncoming trains when they fell onto the railway tracks at above-ground stations. However, the authorities rejected the proposal, because of doubts over functionality and concerns about the high installation costs.[27]
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Security on the MRT
A closed-circuit camera monitors activities at Toa Payoh MRT Station.


Main article: Security on the Mass Rapid Transit
Security concerns related to crime and terrorism were not high on the agenda of the system's planners at its original inception.[28] However, in the wake of heightened security concerns after the foiled plot to bomb the Yishun MRT Station[29] and the Madrid train bombings in 2004, the operators deployed private, unarmed guards to patrol station platforms and check the belongings of commuters.
Recorded announcements are frequently made to remind passengers to report suspicious activity and not to leave their belongings unattended. Digital closed-circuit cameras (CCTVs) have been upgraded with recording-capability at all stations and trains operated by SMRT Corporation.[30][31] Trash bins and mail boxes have been removed from station platforms and concourse levels to station entrances. This is to eliminate the risk that bombs will be placed in them.
On 14 April 2005, the Singapore Police Force announced plans to step up rail security by establishing a specialised Police MRT Unit.[32] These armed officers began overt patrols on the MRT and LRT systems on 15 August 2005, conducting random patrols in pairs in and around rail stations and within trains. They are trained and authorised to use their firearms at their discretion, including deadly force if deemed necessary.[33] On 8 January 2006, a major civil exercise involving over 2,000 personnel from 22 government agencies, codenamed Exercise Northstar V, simulating bombing and chemical attacks at Dhoby Ghaut, Toa Payoh, Raffles Place and Marina Bay MRT stations was conducted. Thirteen stations were closed and about 3,400 commuters were affected during the three-hour duration of the exercise.[34]
On 5 December 2006, in an apparent breach of security, despite the presence of CCTV in continuous operation, a leaked footage shows a suicidal man, escaping the notice of station control, hid underneath the Yishun MRT Station platform, spread himself across the rail of an oncoming train ending his life.

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发表于 19-2-2007 11:45 AM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
原帖由 arno 于 19-2-2007 11:09 AM 发表


你的工作是不是跟地铁有关?你对地铁很熟悉。。

香港市区的一些地铁站入口是被“隐藏”起来的,外国人很难找得到,你有没有注意到?



有也,入口都是“大大块”的,怕你不知道他在那里。这和东南亚的铁路模式显然有点差别,香港的地铁可能就有点相似美日的,相当的融入四周环境,不会太显眼。



展望未来

Future expansion
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The MRT system had relied on its two main lines, namely the North–South and East–West Lines, for more than a decade until the opening of the North East Line in 2003. While plans for these lines, as well as those currently under construction, were formulated long before, the Land Transport Authority's (LTA) publication of a white paper entitled "A World-Class Land Transport System" in 1995 galvanised the government's intentions to greatly expand on the existing system.[35] The plans allow for the long-term replacement of the bus network by rail-based transportation as the primary mode of public transportation. It called for the expansion of the existing 67 kilometres of track (in 1995) to over 160 in 10 to 15 years, and envisaged further expansion in the longer term. By 2030, the government envisages a rail network of 540 kilometres — more extensive than London's 408-kilometre Tube system.[36]
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原帖由 papayawind 于 19-2-2007 11:40 AM 发表


抱怨和批评是两回事,就好像之前有人说过,马来西亚拥有世界级的赛车竞技场,却把培养世界级的赛车队的任务置之不理,这是何等的失衡。
如果拒绝被批评有如拒绝改进,这样一来不止固步自封,而且还会不进反 ...

听不出我的含义就算了吧,不怪你
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原帖由 水手一月山 于 19-2-2007 06:40 PM 发表

听不出我的含义就算了吧,不怪你


多谢你的宽容大量

东西延展线
East West Line Boon Lay Extension
Boon Lay Extension : Pioneer and Joo Koon stations will open by 2009.


The plan for Boon Lay MRT Extension (BLE) was announced by the Land Transport Authority on 29 December 2004. The 3.81-kilometre, two-station extension will extend from Boon Lay MRT Station on the western end of the East West MRT Line, with one station along Jurong West Street 63 (station name: Pioneer), between Jurong West Street 61 and Pioneer Road North, and the second station at Joo Koon Circle (station name: Joo Koon), near the junction of Benoi Road and International Road.
The fully elevated extension will cost about S$436 million, which is expected to be completed by 2009. Construction works commenced on 11 March 2006.[39] The alignment of the extension along Jurong West Street 63, Upper Jurong Road, and International Road has required the acquisition of 28,000 square metres of land.[40]
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市区线Downtown LineMain article: Downtown MRT Line
On 15 February 2007, the Second Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam announced on his Budget Speech that after the Circle Line has been bulit in 2010, they would immediately embark on constructing the Downtown Line. [41]. It would be a merger of the former 3 lines, the Downtown Extension of the Circle Line, the Bukit Timah Line, and the Eastern Region Line.
It would be 33 station, 40 kilometre line, which connects the northwestern and eastern regions of Singapore to the new downtown at Marina Bay, Singapore in the south.[42] As of today the public is only made known about the details of the Phase 1 of the Downtown Line, in which all the stations are located at the Central Business District. The locations of the other stations situated at the North-Western and Eastern corridor of the line is not made known as yet.
市区延展线Phase 1 (former Downtown Extension)On 14 June 2005, the Land Transport Authority announced that it would construct the then-known Downtown Extension of the Circle Line, to serve the Downtown at Marina Bay (DTMB) area, where an integrated resort and Singapore's second botanical garden will be located. The 3.4-kilometre fully underground line is estimated to cost S$1.4 billion. Construction of the extension is slated to begin in 2007, with completion by 2012.
Three new stations will be constructed underground, linking the Promenade station on the Circle Line and the Chinatown station on the North East Line. Two stations, tentatively named Bayfront and Landmark, will be built to serve the DTMB area. Another station, tentatively named Cross Street, will be built along Cross Street near the Chinatown area.[43]

武吉芝马线
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Bukit Timah SectionThe Bukit Timah Line was supposed to be a 20-kilometre line that would connect the new downtown with the Bukit Panjang, Upper Bukit Timah and Bukit Timah corridor. It was to intersect the Circle Line and some other lines along the way. When constructed, it was expected to alleviate the heavy traffic along Bukit Timah, Dunearn Road and Upper Bukit Timah. Provisions have been made at Promenade Station which would have been the line's southern interchange with the Circle Line. Preliminary work has recently begun — LTA was looking at possible station locations, soil profile and engineering challenges. If works had begun by 2010, when the Circle Line is completed, Bukit Timah Line would have been completed by 2016.[36]
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顺便猜猜,东南亚最早的城市铁路系统在哪里?

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原帖由 papayawind 于 19-2-2007 07:50 PM 发表


多谢你的宽容大量

我并不宽宏也不大量,我很小气的
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发表于 19-2-2007 08:32 PM |显示全部楼层 | 分享此楼层
原帖由 水手一月山 于 19-2-2007 08:26 PM 发表

我并不宽宏也不大量,我很小气的



感觉上也是


答案揭晓:





是在菲律宾的马尼拉

大马尼拉城市捷运图:






虽然拥有最早的捷运系统,但是整个营运操作却没有什么特色,而且听说费用相较国民收入来得贵
所以,被讨论的价值不太高,名声也不太响。

而组新的MRT线,也是新加坡有份技术援助的。

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