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Brunergy Utama, an infrastructure company based in Brunei, has put forth a proposal for a high-speed rail network connecting Brunei to cities in neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia. The Trans-Borneo Railway project entails the construction of 1620 kilometres of new railway lines, incorporating four major stations in Kalimantan, Indonesia, and Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysia, along with Brunei, which would serve as interchange hubs.

This proposed project marks Brunei’s inaugural large-scale rail initiative, as historically, the country has only seen the development of small industrial lines and minor railways.

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