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Old September 20th, 2004, 04:20 PM   #1
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LRT 1 (Ampang Line)
Interchange/Integrated - 7 Stations
Vary in Line Connection - 6 Lines
Shopping Mall/Entertainment Centre - 2 Stations
Code:
Station               Line                                
Sentul Timur          LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Sentul                LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Titiwangsa            LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line), Monorail
PWTC                  LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)          
Sultan Ismail         LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Bandaraya             LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)                 
Masjid Jamek          LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line), LRT2
Plaza Rakyat          LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line), MRT1
Hang Tuah             LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line), Monorail        
Pudu                  LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Chan Sow Lin          LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)

PARK N' RIDE
Sentul Timur
Sentul
PWTC
Pudu
Pandan Jaya
Pandan Indah
Cempaka
Ampang

Code:
Station               Shopping/Entertainment
PWTC                  Sunway Putra Mall
Bandaraya             Sogo
Hang Tuah             BBCC
Underconstruction
Code:
Maluri                MRT1                            Tesco, Sunway Velocity
LRT 1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Interchange/Integrated - 7 Stations
Vary in Line Connection - 6 Lines
Shopping Mall/Entertainment Centre - 2 Stations
Code:
Station               Line                                
Sentul Timur          LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Sentul                LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Titiwangsa            LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line), Monorail
PWTC                  LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)          
Sultan Ismail         LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Bandaraya             LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)                 
Masjid Jamek          LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line), LRT2
Plaza Rakyat          LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line), MRT1
Hang Tuah             LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line), Monorail        
Pudu                  LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
Chan Sow Lin          LRT1 (Sri Petaling Line)
PARK N' RIDE
Sentul Timur
Sentul
PWTC
Pudu
Salak Selatan
Bandar Tasik Selatan

Code:
Station               Shopping/Entertainment
PWTC                  Sunway Putra Mall
Bandaraya             Sogo
Hang Tuah             BBCC
Bandar Tasik Selatan  Maju Linq, TBS
Underconstruction
Code:
Putra Heights          LRT2
LRT 2 (Kelana Jaya Line)
Interchange/Integrated - 7 Stations
Vary in Line Connection - 6 Lines
Shopping Mall/Entertainment Centre - 2 Stations
Code:
Station               Line
Masjid Jamek          LRT1 (Sri Petaling), LRT1 (Ampang)
KL Sentral            ERL, Komuter1, Komuter2, Monorail, MRT1     
Dang Wangi            Monorail                              
USJ7                  BRT
PARK N' RIDE
Kelana Jaya
Taman Paramount
Kerinchi
KL Sentral
Jelatek
Setiawangsa
Gombak

Code:
Station               Shopping/Entertainment
KL Sentral            Nu Sentral
Dang Wangi            Berjaya Central Park
KLCC                  PTT, Suria KLCC, Avenue K, SHOPPES
Ampang Park           Ampang Park Mall, The Intermark
Underconstruction
Code:
Abdullah Hukum         Komuter2                KL Eco City, The Gardens, MVC
Subang Jaya            Komuter2                Kencana Square, SJCC
Putra Heights          LRT2
Pasar Seni             MRT1
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KOMUTER 1 (Seremban Line)
Interchange/Integrated - 7 Stations
Vary in Line Connection - 6 Lines
Shopping Mall/Entertainment Centre - 2 Stations

Code:
Station                            Line                                
Putra                              Komuter2                        
Bank Negara                        Komuter2
Kuala Lumpur                       Komuter2
KL Sentral                         Komuter2, ERL, Monorail, LRT2, MRT1     
Bandar Tasik Selatan               ERL, LRT1
Code:
Station                            Shopping/Entertainment    
KL Sentral                         Nu Sentral
Bandar Tasik Selatan               Maju Linq, TBS
Underconstruction
Code:
Sungai Buloh           MRT1
Kajang                 MRT1
KOMUTER 2 (Port Klang Line)
Interchange/Integrated - 7 Stations
Shopping Mall/Entertainment Centre - 3 Stations
Vary in Line Connection - 6 Lines
Code:
Station               Line                                Shopping/Entertainment
Putra                 Komuter2                        
Bank Negara           Komuter2
Kuala Lumpur          Komuter2
KL Sentral            Komuter2, ERL, Monorail, LRT2, MRT1     Nu Sentral
Setia Jaya            BRT
Code:
Station               Shopping/Entertainment
Putra                 
Bank Negara           
Kuala Lumpur          
KL Sentral            Nu Sentral
Setia Jaya
Underconstruction
Code:
Eco City               LRT2                       KL Eco City, The Gardens, MVC
Subang Jaya            LRT2                       Kencana Square, SJCC
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Monorail
Interchange/Integrated - 7 Stations
Shopping Mall/Entertainment Centre - 2 Stations
Vary in Line Connection - 6 Lines
Code:
Station               Line                                Shopping/Entertainment
KL Sentral            ERL, Komuter1, Komuter2, LRT2, MRT1  Nu Sentral
Hang Tuah             LRT1                                 BBCC
Titiwangsa            LRT1
Bukit Nanas           LRT2                                 Berjaya Central Park
Imbi                                                       Berjaya Times Square
Underconstruction
Code:
Bukit Bintang         MRT1                      Bukit Bintang Shopping District
Maharajalela                                    Merdeka PNB118
ERL
Interchange/Integrated - 7 Stations
Shopping Mall/Entertainment Centre - 2 Stations
Vary in Line Connection - 6 Lines
Code:
Station               Line                                Shopping/Entertainment
KL Sentral            Komuter1, Komuter2, LRT2, Monorail, MRT1  Nu Sentral
Bandar Tasik Selatan  LRT1, Komuter1                            Maju Linq, TBS
KLIA2                                                           [email protected]
Underconstruction
Code:
Salak Tinggi                                                    Sunsuria City
MRT1 (SBK Line)
Interchange/Integrated - 7 Stations
Shopping Mall/Entertainment Centre - 2 Stations
Vary in Line Connection - 6 Lines
Code:
Station               Line                                Shopping/Entertainment
Sungai Buloh
Muzium Negara            Komuter1, Komuter2, LRT2, Monorail    Nu Sentral
Merdeka                    LRT1 (Sri Petaling), LRT1 (Ampang)  Merdeka PNB118
Bukit Bintang              Monorail                 Shopping District
Pasar Seni                 LRT2
Maluri                       LRT1                       Tesco, Sunway Velocity
Kajang                     Komuter1
Surian                                      Tropicana Gardens
Mutiara Damansara                                          IKEA, Mutiara Damansara
Bandar Utama                                                1Utama
PBD                                                        Damansara City
Cochrane                                                 IKEA, mytown
Leisure Mall                                               Leisure Mall
Taman Connaught                                       Cheras Sentral
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Old September 20th, 2004, 07:20 PM   #4
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Oy Bung Nazray,



I've been to KL and use 20 ringgit card to Ride Putra whci his REALLy good ....
Smooth riding indeed ... Well, at least I'm fortunate enough to catch Putra feeder bus to go back to PJ Hilton (about 4-500 m from Tanamn Jaya). Usually, we have to walk all the way from Taman Jaya to PJ Hilton. Dopping down at pasar Seni to eat bukkuteh and then shop around petaling street is quite a bargianing even though going to KLCC (twin tower) is a lot cooler from my experience ....


However, I have to buy 50-ringgit Touch 'n Go smart cards If I REALLY want to ride both STAR and PUTRA without having to buy another cards ... That's NOT quite convenient tough ... If I want to use such a card, I need to hang aroudn in KL for 7 days though .... Furthermore, not all STAR stationd have facility to handle Smart card .... ONLy the terminals and important stations will have ...


So far, I could take a photo of Star at Majid Jamek since it is an interchange with Putra since I have very little vacant time to do so. Next time to KL, better try KL Kommuter and Star .... Star have better interchanges to KL Monorail that the interchange between Putra ann KL Monorail though ....



I have riding KL Express to KL Sentral .... it's really fast and smooth ... However, I could NOT get the special package -> 2 person round trip from 140 Ringgit to 98 Ringgit since I COULD NOT locate the lift which lead us to KL Transit terminal (the station at grade) ...until we are going back home.... I can ONLY find the KL Express terminal (underground station).


Well, the owner of KLIA Express better negotiate with KTMB so that they can extend the route to JB as well as the route to Ipoh, Padang Besar .... even though they may need to sell some stocks to KTMB ..... but MAS and Air Asia may stand on theri ways though ...


the Riding quality of KLIA People mover is NOT very good, better use KL putra rolling stock instead unless KL Monorail could manage to improve the riding quality in the 2nd generation of KL Monorail to replace both KLIA People Mover as well as the 1st generation of KL Monorail. After improving ridign quality, they should use that monorail for Putrajaya Monorail network as well as the suburb of Seoul as feeder lines for Seoul Subway ....


For KL Monorail, the riding quality is NOT at par with KL Putra even though it helps us to head into Sugei Wang Shopping Mall at Bikit Bintang. The interchange between Dang Wangi (Putra) and Bukit Nanas is acceptable even though it would better if Putra has dug the tunnel to across the street to Bukit Nanas so we don't have to go across the street.


Even worse, the conflicts of interests has prevented KL Monorail from constructing the station next to KL Sentral .... We have to walk all the way from KL Central (Monorail) to KL Sentral (Putra). Even worse still, the Southern section of KL Monorail which head to Mid Valley Mall and OUG is NOT constructed yet .... Well, I could drop down at Bungsar to go into Midvalley Mall but I think I should drop down at Abdullah Hukum and then walk all the way through the Kampung Abdullah Hukum.... to that mall ....


The single ticket through the booths may be a little bit annoying ... KL Monorail better negotiate with Putra and Star while rejigging and retooling the ticket system so as to allow KL Putra and Kl Star to use the store value tickets on KL Monorail ....
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Old September 20th, 2004, 07:33 PM   #5
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Here is a map of Kuala Lumpur's subway system



System
The Malaysian capital is building a new three line metro system. Although it's called LRT (Light Rail) it is a fully independent metro network. There are three lines operated by different companies:

LRT 1 - STAR Route (Lines C and D)
STAR stands for "Sistem Transit Aliran Ringan" and is an elevated driver operated system. After construction began in 1993, the line started revenue service in three stages: 16 Dec 1996 Sultan Ismail - Ampang (12 km); 12 July 1998 Chan Sow Lin - Sri Petaling (southern branch) and finally in Dec. 1998 the northern stretch to Sentul Timur. Total length of the line is 27 km (17.6 at grade without level crossings, 9.4 elevated mainly between Sultan Ismail and Plaza Rakyat), 25 stations (17 at grade, 8 elevated). Trains run at a maximum speed of 70 km/h (commercial speed 35 km/h) and are air-conditioned. During 1999, its first full year of operation, it carried 26 million passengers.

LRT 2 - PUTRA Route (Line E)
For one year this 29 km line was actually the world's longest fully automated line until Lille's Line 2 was extended to 32 km in Oct. 2000. It is mainly elevated with a 4.4 km underground section between Dang Wangi and Ampang Park. All stations are wheelchair accessible, have toilets, and platform screen doors in underground stations, info is also provided in English. The PUTRA (Projek Usahasama Transit Ringan Automatik) line is operated by 35 two-car air-conditioned trains which carry some 35 million passengers per year. On 1 Sept 1998 it started operating between Subang Depot and Pasar Seni (14.1 km), and from 26 June 1999 it continues north to Terminal Putra (14.9 km). KL Sentral station (central railway station) finally opened on 1 April 2001.

LRT 3 - PRT Monorail Line (Line F)
Elevated monorail line (16 km), construction began in 1997. The initial section of the PRT (Peoplemover Rapid Transit) line (northern part) is 8.6km long and includes 11 stations, Titiwangsa - KL Sentral (where a new stop will only open in 2006/07). Permanently coupled 4-car trains are driver operated and run every 2-5 minutes during peak hours. The 63.5m long and 3m wide trains are based on the Tokyo Monorail designed by Hitachi Ltd. Stations are built 10m above the road with side platforms, distance between stations is 600-1000 m. It will link to both existing LRT lines twice.

Letters A and B were assigned to commuter lines, Line A linking Sentul to Port Klang, and Line B from Rawang to Seremban.

History
LRT 1 (STAR)
16 Dec 1996 Sentul Timur - Ampang (12 km)
12 July 1998 Chan Sow Lin - Sri Petaling (southern section)
Dec 1998 - northern section

LRT 2 (PUTRA)
1 Sept 1998 - Subang Depot - Pasar Seni (14.1 km)
26 June 1999 - Pasar Seni - Terminal Putra (14.9 km)
1 April 2001 - KL Sentral station opened

LRT 3 (KL Monorail)
31 Aug 2003 - Titiwangsa - Tun Sambanthan (8km)
14 April 2002 - KLIA Ekspres (Airport Express Line with commuter service)

Projects
In neighbouring Putrajaya, Malaysia's future capital city, an 18km, 23-station monorail network is under construction, scheduled to be completed in 2004. The network consists of two lines, one will be 12km with 17 stations and the other 6km with 6 stations. It will be partly underground.
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https://www.kliaekspres.com/wp-conte...015/09/Kid.jpg

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Our Services
Since 2002, over 45 million passengers have used our trains to reach their destinations. Whichever way you travel with us, you will enjoy our services that are fast, reliable, safe and comfortable.
https://www.kliaekspres.com/plan-buy/our-services/

KLIA Ekspres
Kuala Lumpur’s fastest airport transfer
This non-stop airport transfer takes you from Kuala Lumpur International Airports (KLIA|KLIA2) to the city (KL Sentral) in just 28 minutes! Enjoy free porter service at platforms and 4G WiFi onboard. Trains depart every 15 minutes during peak hours

KLIA Transit
High-speed, hassle-free commuting
Our commuter service between Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and the city (KL Sentral) makes three quick stops – at Salak Tinggi, Putrajaya & Cyberjaya and Bandar Tasik Selatan. Trains depart every 20 minutes during peak hours. Enjoy great savings with our weekly and monthly TravelCards!

KLIA Ekspres VIP Service
Executive-class transfer from airport to your doorstep
For a VIP treatment, choose our door-to-door airport transfer. On arrival at KL International Airport, enjoy personalised meet-and-greet service within the Baggage Reclaim Hall. A dedicated porter will accompany you on board the KLIA Ekspres to the city (KL Sentral), where an exclusive executive limousine awaits to take you to your final destination. The VIP Service is also available from the city to the airport.



Meet & Greet Service
at Baggage Reclaim Hall level 3, KLIA.

Dedicated Porter
all the way from the Baggage
Reclaim Hall, onboard the train
until KL Sentral Station.

Chauffeur-driven Executive Limousine
to your final destination.

Flight Check-In at KL Sentral
Avoid the airport rush and check in at KL Sentral instead
Avoid the airport rush and check in at KL Sentral instead. Malaysia Airlines, Royal Brunei, Cathay Pacific Airways, Emirates Airline and Etihad Airways provide city centre check-in service which is offered exclusively to KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit passengers. You only need to have a valid train ticket
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So far so good Bung Nazray ... I've been to KL from September 1-5, 2004. I've been to medeka Square, masjid Jamek, KLCC + Twin Tower (several times), UM.,

Too bad, I have no time to climb KL Tower and the Skytbridge at KLCC since the tickets usually RUN OUT by 10 AM. Same can be said to AmCorp Mall near Taman Jaya ... but Shopping around Pasar Seni and KLCC would be okay ... I also have no time to go to the HQ of Royal Selangor Pewter ...

Connection between Bukit Bintang and Sugei Wang as well as the undergroudn tunnels connecting KLCC station with KLCC Mall you have SHOWN me are a few good samples other stations should follows but it seems to me that some malls such as Midvalley Magamall and Amcorp Mall failed to do so ... but that will be changed if the Southern extension of KL Monorail become a reality ....

Well, I've been to Putrajaya and Cyber Jaya by Taxi and the taxi make a short stop at Bandar Sunway .... Well, I wish Putra LRT has been extended to Bandar Sunway and Puchong though ...

For the case of Putrajaya, I foudn that even though the buidings are REALLY elegant
-> esp the Pedina Metri House and Putrajaya Mosque as well as putra bridge and convention center ... it would takes time to get enough residents to stay at Putrajaya as well as Cyberjaya -> at least 30% of capacity to speed up Putra Monorail whcih has nto reached yet .... During the Merdaka holiday there are so few people that i could see ONLY the construction workers from Java and Sumatra instead of the local residents ....

Err, I see some mall on the highway between Asia Jaya and Taman jaya but it is quite fare away so it is quite hard to make a connection to either Putra station ....

However, I have no time to investigate on Star yet .... so I have no comment on that even though I would like to see how they implement the new national sport complex at
near Buki Jalil station

At least, lots of green space to bootfor both KL and suburbs (such as PJ + UM or so), but it seems to me that PJ Municiple still leaves some pathway unfinished .... The KLIA is REALLY stunning to boot though ...

Hope tehy come up with the ring line along with Putra-Star extensions after finishing the Soutehrn part of KL Monorail ... Some even make a wishful thinking about the KL Kommuter extension from Seremban to PD. and Rawang to Ipoh ... let along the OSuthward extesnion of KLIA Express
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Aiyohh Wisarut... y don't u tell me u'r comin to KL dat day?? I'll be more than happy to bring u around! Next time msg me if any of u guys/forumers comin to KL kay!!!
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Aiyohh Wisarut... y don't u tell me u'r comin to KL dat day?? I'll be more than happy to bring u around! Next time msg me if any of u guys/forumers comin to KL kay!!!

yup....he's right........

Wisarut > Just meet up with us and I could explain all that you need to know about KL's transportation network.

There is a metro stop at Midvalley by the way - the Midvalley KTM Komuter station.

Thanks for your detailed insight.....I would try to explain more later
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KL central railway station.



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Ampang park station located in front of Ampang park mall beside of its.



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There is a metro stop at Midvalley by the way - the Midvalley KTM Komuter station.
I took in May 2004







MidValley Phase 2

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=107875

New MidValley KTM Komuter Station To Begin Operation August 23, 2004 - Poster

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Old October 31st, 2004, 07:29 AM   #19
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MidValley Phase 2

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New MidValley KTM Komuter Station To Begin Operation August 23, 2004 - Poster

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How long does it take from KL sentral to Mid valley?? Whats the frequency of the train like?? How much??
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