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Old November 3rd, 2015, 01:04 PM   #1521
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Old November 4th, 2015, 03:17 AM   #1522
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LRT AMPANG/SERI PETALING LINE EXTENSION


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Free LRT rides at 4 new stations until Nov 30
BY FAREZZA HANUM RASHID - 31 OCTOBER 2015 @ 2:28 PM
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PUCHONG: From tomorrow until November 30, commuters can enjoy free rides at Rapid KL new stations - Awan Besar, Muhibbah, Alam Sutera and Kinrara BK5.

This is the courtesy of Prasarana Malaysia Bhd (Prasarana), the the asset owner and operator of the Ampang Line LRT, Kelana Jaya LRT, KL Monorail and Rapid KL bus services.

Those commuting between Sri Petaling and the four new stations can ask for free single journey tokens from the Customer Service officers.

For those traveling beyond Sri Petaling can purchase their tokens from the ticket vending machines (TVM) and select their exit destinations. The trip to Sri Petaling will be free of charge.

Commuters traveling to the new stations using single journey tokens should purchase their tickets from the TVMs and select their final destination including any of the four new stations. The travel beyond Sri Petaling to any of the new stations will be free of charge.

"We strongly recommend commuters to use the MyRapid Card for seamless travel. They can avoid the queue," said Prasarana Malaysia Berhad chairman Tan Sri Ismail Adam at the opening ceremony of the four new stations today.

He also introduced "Amy1," first of the 50 new six-car trains.
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Old November 5th, 2015, 04:05 AM   #1523
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New KTM Komuter KL EcoCity station
INTERCHANGE WITH ABDULLAH HUKUM LRT KELANA JAYA LINE STATION






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Old November 5th, 2015, 06:13 AM   #1524
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It is incredible that KL is constantly improving the city's mass transit system, bravo KL!!
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Old November 6th, 2015, 02:51 PM   #1525
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Old November 9th, 2015, 07:32 AM   #1526
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AWAN BESAR LRT STATION (NEW)


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KL MONORAIL
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Old November 11th, 2015, 07:49 AM   #1528
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Fully elevated with a distance of 5.4km, the BRT Sunway Line are serviced by 15 e-buses. With a top speed of 80kph, the e-buses are fully equipped with universal access facilities and can take 67 passengers with 25 seated. They also come with free WiFi. The seven stations are Sunway-Setia Jaya, Mentari, Lagoon, SunMed, SunU-Monash, South Quay and USJ7. The SunU-Monash station houses the “park ‘n ride” facilities with 1,153 parking bays, including 102 for women drivers and 23 for special-need persons.

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Old November 11th, 2015, 11:52 AM   #1529
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I never understand why the choice of BRT when you've already gone to the effort of elevating an entire route. The marginal cost of rails can't be that much more
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Old November 11th, 2015, 04:02 PM   #1530
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KUALA LUMPUR | Public Transport


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UPDATE:
- Current -
TOTAL: 441.24 km, 127 stations
[1995] KTM Komuter (Port Klang Line) - 52km, 27 stations
[1995] KTM Komuter (Seremban Line) - 105km, 23 stations
[2007] KTM Komuter (Rawang-Tanjung Malim Shuttle Route) - 53km, 5 stations
[2015] KTM Komuter (Seremban-Gemas Shuttle Route) - 102km, 6 stations

NEW! On 10 October 2015 KTMB introduced a new KTM Komuter Southern Sector between Seremban and Gemas station.


http://homepage.ktmb.com.my/index.ph...s-komuter-page

[1996] RapidKL LRT1 (Ampang Line; Ampang & Sri Petaling Line) - 27km, 25 stations
[1998] RapidKL LRT2 (Kelana Jaya Line) - 29km, 24 stations
[2002] ERL (KL Sentral-KLIA-KLIA2) - 59.14km, 6 stations
[2003] KL Monorail (KL Sentral-Titiwangsa) - 8.6km, 11 stations
[2015] BRT Sunway Line 5.5km
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- Under Construction -
TOTAL: 94.65 km, 57 stations
[2016] LRT Ampang line extension (Sri Petaling-Putra Heights) 18.1km, 12 stations
[2016] LRT Kelana Jaya line extension (Kelana Jaya-Putra Heights) 17.4km, 13 stations
[2016] KTM Komuter Port Klang line extension (Subang Jaya-Subang Skypark) 8.15km, 1 station
[2017]MRT1 (Sungai Buloh-Kajang) 51km, 31 stations

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[2016/2017] MRT1 (Sungai Buloh-Kajang) 51km, 31 stations

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Old November 12th, 2015, 06:19 AM   #1532
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I never understand why the choice of BRT when you've already gone to the effort of elevating an entire route. The marginal cost of rails can't be that much more
The BRT is a short line with very sharp turns through a highly developed area with relatively little land to work with. Some of the turns at almost 90 degrees angle which is imposible for a rail system. The BRT itself is built to connect those neighbourhoods because it was left out of the LRT extension because of that, as such the BRT connect two rail stations at each end of the line, one a LRT extension station while the other is a KTM commuter station.
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Old November 12th, 2015, 10:37 AM   #1533
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MRT KAJANG LINE
Semantan North Portal

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LRT Kelana Jaya (KJ) Line
Fully automated driverless metro system since 1998
Built to a fast-track schedule by the Bombardier Consortium, the Kelana Jaya Line entered into service in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur in time for the 1998 Commonwealth Games. This fully automated, driverless metro system links the western and eastern suburbs with Kuala Lumpur's downtown core.
  • The 29-kilometre automated metro system connects 24 stations (open more 13 stations in 2016)








  • 210 driverless INNOVIA vehicles operate in two- and four-car trains
  • 56 new driverless INNOVIA Metro 300 vehicles are on order and will be delivered by 2017
  • The system currently carries more than 220,000 passengers every day
  • Bombardier Transportation’s scope included all of the electrical and mechanical equipment, vehicles and services related to the implementation of the system

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Bombardier INNOVIA Metro 300 (coming soon 2017)


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MRT UNDERGROUND STATION
Source: http://artexpress.mymrt-underground.com.my/stations/
TUN RAZAK EXCHANGE STATION
This is the largest underground station. It is an interchange station between the SBK Line and the future SSP Line. Forms, patterns and interior finishes within the station feature a modern contextual interpretation of an Islamic corporate theme.









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PASAR SENI STATION
Located at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers, Pasar Seni Station marks the founding spot of Kuala Lumpur. This is celebrated through the use of a stylised “Y” in the station interior, symbolising the confluence. The design of this station is influenced by the city’s rich history and culture. The merging between LRT, MRT and intercity buses makes travelling within the city centre seamless and convenient.





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MUZIUM NEGARA STATION
Muzium Negara Station is located between the historical Muzium Negara and the contemporary KL Sentral development. Design elements of the station depict the transition of the city’s mode of public transport from the early days to the present.







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MERDEKA STATION
Merdeka station is an embodiment of the spirit of nationalism. The station is located underneath Jalan Hang Jebat, adjacent to historical landmarks such as Stadium Negara and Stadium Merdeka and the future KL118 development. Feature walls within the station are used to commemorate the declaration of independence and the Rukun Negara.









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