In 2016 it was estimated HSR would cost $16bn © MyHSR Corporation
In 2016 it was estimated HSR would cost $16bn © MyHSR Corporation

Malaysia Singapore rail link on hold for two years

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
5 September 2018

The governments of Malaysia and Singapore have agreed to suspend work on the High Speed Rail (HSR) link between the two countries.

The countries have signed a deal to postpone work for a period up to May 2020, in the process calling off an international joint tender for a company to build and operate the line between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

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