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Turner & Townsend working on new high-speed rail link in Asia

Consultancy providing capital and operational cost model for the link between Singapore to Kuala Lumpur.

Turner & Townsend is working on the new 350km Singapore to Kuala Lumpur high-speed rail line by providing a capital and operational cost model for the project.

Following on from work the consultancy has done on projects such as Crossrail, Qatar Rail and Australia’s Northwest Rail Link, it has been sub-contracted to KPMG to develop a cost model for the economic assessment being undertaken KPMG.

The proposed rail link will aim to connect the two cities in 1.5 hours.

Turner & Townsend regional managing director Duncan Stone said: “In developing a robust cost model we mobilised the knowledge and skills of our global team of experts, who between them have worked on some of the most challenging high speed rail projects across the world.

“The High Speed Rail link will provide efficient transport for the people of Singapore and Malaysia, significantly contributing to the economic growth of both countries.”

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