Johor Bahru LRT is a proposed light rail transit system for the city of Johor Bahru in Malaysia.
There was a light rail proposal in 2004, and a private consortium made a proposal in 2021 which is still being considered.
Concept map on Reddit showing possible routes for 2 lines: West Coast Line (Medini-RTS) and North-South Line (UTM-JB sentral).
Links and resources
Johor Bahru LRT Line – News and discussion at Skyscrapercity.
Johor Bahru LRT – proposal submitted for LRT line construction, aimed at reducing traffic congestion – [30/03/23]
“A private firm has submitted a proposal for the construction of the LRT Line, transport minister Anthony Loke has said, according to the report.”
Nylex in talks on Johor LRT project – [15/12/22]
“Nylex is a consortium member that will build and operate a LRT system connected with the railway shuttle link currently being built from Singapore to Johor Bahru, with an integrated property development using the “Transit-Oriented Development” concept in Johor Baru metropolitan region.”
State exco: Johor govt to study construction of JB-LRT to overcome traffic congestion – [22/06/22]
“Johor Public Works, Transport and Infrastructure Committee chairman Mohamad Fazli Mohamad Salleh said the move was to complete the transportation network in the city centre and to aid in the movement of the cross-border Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) passengers, which is expected to operate in early 2027.”
Ancom, Nylex, LBS Bina propose LRT system connected to JB-Singapore RTS Link – [21/03/22]
“The proposal involves the construction of the LRT system via an integrated property development using the transit-oriented development (TOD) concept in the Johor Bahru metropolitan region, said Ancom, Nylex and LBS in separate bourse filings.”
Report: State government hails LRT proposal for JB – [23/12/21]
“Through the proposal from the consortium, the first phase of the seven phases of the LRT development involves the construction of rail along the Jalan Tun Razak alignment.”