Indra has been awarded a 28 million euro contract to design and build an integrated control centre in Kuala Lumpur.
As well as overseeing the existing monorail, Ampang and Kelana Jaya light rail lines, the centre will manage future MRT lines and the KTM Kommuter railway.
The monitoring hub is due to open in two years’ time.
Indra has already installed ticketing systems and barriers across the city, which will be integrated with the new control centre.
Outside of Malaysia, Indra has delivered ticketing systems on Calcutta’s subway, Mumbai’s monorail and subway, and a light rail line to Delhi airport.
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