Infrastructure Highlights

 

29 Feb 2020: The first U-trough Girder was officially launched on Persiaran Kerjaya, Glenmarie, Shah Alam. U-trough Girder carries the train on an elevated guideway.

 

20 March 2020: Delivery of the first tunnel boring machine (TBM) to the West Portal. TBM bores an underground tunnel for the LRT3 underground alignment.

Divided into four major components, the gigantic tunneling machine is assembled concurrently as the launching portal is progressively readied. In this photo, the middle shield of the TBM is shown.

 

12 May 2020: Getting the launching portal at the West Portal ready for the initial drive of the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM).

 

15 May 2020: Near-completion of the stabling yard in Johan Setia depot. A stabling yard is where trains are parked after operating hours.

 

15 May 2020: Building pile caps in the river as part of the construction process of the elevated guideway structure (otherwise known as the Klang bridge). The Klang bridge carries the LRT3 train across the Klang river.

 

12 October 2020: Completion of the first extended pier cap on Persiaran Kerjaya, Glenmarie, Shah Alam.

 

15 October 2020: Ongoing U-Trough launch on Jalan Langat, Klang.

 

20 October 2020: The Heavy and Light Maintenance Building is 48.09% completed (HLMB). This is the building where workers carry out maintenance activities on trains.

 

12 November 2020: More than 200m of U-Girder launched on Persiaran Permai, Shah Alam.

 

20 November 2020: Pile cap and pier works at Station 1 (Bandar Utama)

 

20 November 2020: Launching of the precast U-Trough girder at the road median on Jalan Langat (Opposite Klinik Kesihatan Bandar Botanic).

 

20 November 2020: Pile cap and pier works near Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam

 

20 November 2020: Track beam works at Station 26 (Johan Setia)

 

25 November 2020: Building hammerhead for pier in the river as part of the construction process of the elevated guideway structure.

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