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AG1/SP1

Sentul Timur

AG2/SP2

Sentul

AG3/SP3

SSP13/MR11

Titiwangsa

 8  12 

AG4/SP4

PWTC

KA04

Putra

 1  2 

AG5/SP5

Sultan Ismail

AG6/SP6

Bandaraya

KA03

Bank Negara

 1  2 

AG7/SP

KJ13

7

Masjid Jamek

 5 

SBK17

Merdeka

 9 

AG8/SP8

Plaza Rakyat

AG9/SP9

MR4

Hang Tuah

 8 

AG10/SP10

Pudu

AG11/SP11

SSP20

Chan Sow Lin

 3  12 

SP12

Cheras

SP13

Salak Selatan

SP14

Bandar Tun Razak

SP15

KT2/KB04

Bandar Tasik Selatan

 1  7 

SSP25/SP16

Sungai Besi

 12 ' 1 

SP17

Bukit Jalil

SP18

Sri Petaling

SP19

Awan Besar

SP20

Muhibbah

SP21

Alam Sutera

SP22

Kinrara BK5

SP23

Kinrara BK3 (future station)

SP24

IOI Puchong Jaya

SP25

Pusat Bandar Puchong

SP26

Taman Perindustrian Puchong

SP27

Bandar Puteri

SP28

Puchong Perdana

SP29

Puchong Prima

SP30

Kampung Sri Aman (future station)

Kuala Sungai Baru Depot

KJ37/SP31

Putra Heights

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Interchange stations

integrated paid area

single fare trip

non-integrated paid area

multiple fare trips

rapid transit

commuter rail

The LRT Ampang line
Ampang line
and the LRT Sri Petaling line
Sri Petaling line
are the third and fourth rapid transit lines in Klang Valley, Malaysia. The combined network comprises 45.1 kilometres of track (28.0 miles) with 36 stations, and is the first to use the standard gauge track and semi-automated trains in Klang Valley. A trip from one end to another takes 41 minutes on the Ampang line, and 74 minutes on the Sri Petaling line. The Ampang line
Ampang line
is named after its terminus, Ampang station, while the Sri Petaling Line
Sri Petaling Line
is named after its former terminus, Sri Petaling station. The Ampang and Sri Petaling lines
Ampang and Sri Petaling lines
form part of the Greater KL/Klang Valley Integrated Transit System, numbered  3  and  4 , and are coloured Orange and Maroon on the rail map respectively.

Contents

1 Stations

1.1 LRT Ampang line 1.2 LRT Sri Petaling line

2 Rolling stock

2.1 Formation 2.2 Train control

3 Ridership 4 History 5 References 6 External links

6.1 Route maps

Stations[edit] The Ampang and Sri Petaling lines
Ampang and Sri Petaling lines
run on a common route between Sentul Timur station and Chan Sow Lin station, effectively making all the stations on this section to act as interchanges for both lines. From Chan Sow Lin station, the lines diverge and run separately, with the Ampang line
Ampang line
travelling to its terminus, Ampang station, whereas the Sri Petaling line
Sri Petaling line
runs to Putra Heights station, where it meets the Kelana Jaya Line.[3][4] LRT Ampang line[edit]

Code Name Platform type Interchange/Notes

 AG1  SP1  Sentul Timur Terminus(Side) Northern terminus.

 AG2  SP2  Sentul Side Not interchangeable with  KC01  Sentul on the KTM Seremban line despite of the similar name.

 AG3  SP3  MR11  SSP13  Titiwangsa Side Interchange with  MR11  for the KL Monorail
KL Monorail
Line as well as  SSP13  for the MRT Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line. (Opening 2022)

 AG4  SP4  PWTC Side Connects to  KA04  Putra Komuter station
Putra Komuter station
with walking distance of 600 metres.

 AG5  SP5  Sultan Ismail Side Connects to  MR9  Medan Tuanku station.

 AG6  SP6  Bandaraya Side Connects to  KA03  Bank Negara
Bank Negara
Komuter station with walking distance of 250 metres.

 AG7  SP7  KJ13  Masjid Jamek Side Interchange with  KJ13  LRT Kelana Jaya Line.

 AG8  SP8  SBK17  Plaza Rakyat Side Interchange station
Interchange station
to  SBK17  Merdeka station
Merdeka station
for Sungai Buloh–Kajang line via 180-metre air-conditioned covered walkway.

 AG9  SP9  MR4  Hang Tuah Side Interchange with  MR4  KL Monorail.

 AG10  SP10  Pudu Side

 AG11  SP11  SSP20  Chan Sow Lin Island Future interchange  SSP20  with the MRT Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line (Opening 2022).

 AG12  Miharja Side

 AG13  SBK22  Maluri Side Interchange  SBK22  with the MRT Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line.

 AG14  Pandan Jaya Side

 AG15  Pandan Indah Side

 AG16  Cempaka Side

 AG17  Cahaya Side

 AG18  Ampang Terminus(Island) Eastern terminus as well as the proposed interchange for the MRT Circle Line.

LRT Sri Petaling line[edit]

Code Name Platform type Interchange/Notes

 AG1  SP1  Sentul Timur Terminus(Side) Northern terminus.

 AG2  SP2  Sentul Side Not interchangeable with  KC01  Sentul on the KTM Seremban line despite of the similar name.

 AG3  SP3  MR11  SSP13  Titiwangsa Side Interchange with  MR11  for the KL Monorail
KL Monorail
Line as well as  SSP13  for the MRT Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line. (Opening 2022)

 AG4  SP4  PWTC Side Connects to  KA04  Putra Komuter station
Putra Komuter station
with walking distance of 600 metres.

 AG5  SP5  Sultan Ismail Side Connects to  MR9  Medan Tuanku station.

 AG6  SP6  Bandaraya Side Connects to  KA03  Bank Negara
Bank Negara
Komuter station with walking distance of 250 metres.

 AG7  SP7  KJ13  Masjid Jamek Side Interchange with  KJ13  LRT Kelana Jaya Line.

 AG8  SP8  SBK17  Plaza Rakyat Side Interchange station
Interchange station
to  SBK17  Merdeka station
Merdeka station
for Sungai Buloh–Kajang line via 180-metre air-conditioned covered walkway.

 AG9  SP9  MR4  Hang Tuah Side Interchange with  MR4  KL Monorail.

 AG10  SP10  Pudu Side

 AG11  SP11  SSP20  Chan Sow Lin Island Future interchange  SSP20  with the MRT Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line (Opening 2022).

 SP12  Cheras Side

 SP13  Salak Selatan Side Not interchangeable with  KB03  Salak Selatan on the KTM Seremban line. The KTM station is 500 metres away from the LRT station.

 SP14  Bandar Tun Razak Side

 SP15  KB04  KT02  Bandar Tasik Selatan Island Interchange with  KB04  Seremban Line
Seremban Line
and  KT02  KLIA Transit. This is the place where the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan is located. Feeder bus T410 to  SBK26  Taman Connaught for the MRT Sungai Buloh–Kajang line.

 SP16  SSP25  Sungai Besi Side Future interchange  SSP25  with the MRT Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line (Opening 2022). May connect to the proposed  KB--  Maju KL Komuter station

 SP17  Bukit Jalil Side Connecting station to Bukit Jalil National Stadium.

 SP18  Sri Petaling Side Former terminus before the LRT extension to  SP22  Kinrara BK5 in October 2015.

 SP19  Awan Besar Island

 SP20  Muhibbah Side

 SP21  Alam Sutera Side

 SP22  Kinrara BK5 Side Former terminus before the LRT extension to  SP27  Bandar Puteri in March 2016.

 SP23  Kinara BK3 Side Future Station at Bandar Kinrara (Possibly Kinrara BK3).

 SP24  IOI Puchong Jaya Side

 SP25  Pusat Bandar Puchong Side

 SP26  Taman Perindustrian Puchong Side

 SP27  Bandar Puteri Island Former terminus before the final LRT extension to  SP31  Putra Heights in June 2016. 

 SP28  Puchong Perdana Side

 SP29  Puchong Prima Side

 SP30  Kampung Sri Aman Side Future Station at Kampung Sri Aman.

 SP31  KJ37  Putra Heights Terminus (Island & Side) Southern terminus for both LRT Sri Petaling Line
Sri Petaling Line
as well as LRT Kelana Jaya Line. Cross-platform interchange  KJ37  for the LRT Kelana Jaya Line.

Rolling stock[edit]

A former rolling stock of Adtranz-Walkers EMU trainset

The rolling stock of the Ampang Line
Ampang Line
currently consists of a fleet of 50 new trains, better known as AMY, that are deployed to increase the capacity of the line and provide a better service. Each of the new trains is six cars long[5][6] and provided by CSR Zhuzhou of China, similar to on the design for İzmir Metro
İzmir Metro
and Buenos Aires Underground 200 Series.[7] These trains are disabled-friendly and include safety features like closed-circuit TV, emergency breakable window, emergency ventilation fan, fire and smoke detection system and supervised automatic train operation system (SATO), and other elements such as interactive destination display inside the train, non-slipping seats, LCD infotainment, walk-through gangways, and a more spacious wheelchair space for the physically challenged.[8][9] The first trains were put into service on the Sri Petaling-Kinrara BK5 stretch in October 2015, and then until Putra Heights and Sentul Timur in July 2016, and finally the Ampang branch line in December 2016.[10]

The interior of an AMY train used for both lines

The formet fleet consisted of 90 Adtranz
Adtranz
standard-gauge light rail vehicle (LRV) manufactured by Walkers Limited
Walkers Limited
of Australia. These trains were electric multiple units (EMU), which draw power from the underside of a third rail alongside the track. All cars in each train were powered. The trains were manned, with driver cabs occupying the ends of the train. The trainsets came in two configurations. The first and most common variation was the six-car trainset, which consisted of three sets of two EMUs (2+2+2) and occupied the maximum platform length of the stations. Each of the two EMU sets at the front and rear consisted of one driving car and one trailer car, while the two EMUs between were trailer cars. Each two EMU sets were not connected to other EMU sets in the train.

A 6-car trainset of CSR Zhuzhou EMU at Awan Besar

The second variation was a four-car trainset, a more obscure configuration that consists of only two EMU sets (2+2) of one driving car and one trailer car at both ends. These were only two-thirds the length and number of cars of the six-car variation. The 2+2 trainsets were used in full service until the widespread deployment of 2+2+2 trainsets. Each car had 3 bogies: 2 power bogies and one articulated trailer for the centre bogie. The end cars, numbered 1101 to 1260, have driver cabs. Middle cars numbered 2201 to 2230 have a concealed driver control panel, enabling the car to be moved around the depot independently. The train interiors were simple and basic. There were no individual seats, only longitudinal bench seating on either side of the train, surfaced in metal, while spaces near the connecting ends of the cars were provided for passengers who use wheelchairs and other assistive devices, with a large amount of floorspace for standing passengers. The rolling stock, which has remained relatively unchanged since its introduction in 1996, were replaced in stages by the new trains between 2015 and 2016. The Ampang line
Ampang line
system network fleet consists of the following models:

50 6-car CSR Zhuzhou LRV trainsets, nicknamed as AMY, operated since January 2015. 29 + 1 (out of service) 6-car Adtranz-Walkers LRV trainsets, which were operated from December 1996 until December 2016, have been phased out and replaced by CSR Zhuzhou LRV trainsets.

Formation[edit]

Set designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 Arrival date Status Launch date

AMY 1

Jan 10 In operation 31 October 2015

AMY 2

Feb 28 In operation 31 October 2015

AMY 3

Mar 2015 In operation 31 October 2015

AMY 4

Apr 2015 In operation 31 October 2015

AMY 5

May 2015 In operation 31 October 2015

AMY 6

Jun 2015 In operation 31 October 2015

AMY 7

July 2015 In operation 31 October 2015

AMY 8

End July 2015 In operation 31 October 2015

AMY 9

August 2015 In operation 31 October 2015

Train control[edit] The Ampang and Sri Petaling lines
Ampang and Sri Petaling lines
are equipped with the Thales SelTrac Communications-based train control
Communications-based train control
(CBTC) signaling system, and the iVENCS Control Systems.[11][12][13] The operations are controlled at the Ampang Operational and Control Centre, with different depots located at Ampang and Putra Heights. Ridership[edit]

Ampang/ Sri Petaling Line
Sri Petaling Line
Ridership[1][14][15]

Year Ridership Remarks

2017 59,462,032

2016 59,192,907

2015 62,809,412

2014 63,270,432

2013 60,207,397

2012 56,809,978

2011 53,568,672

2010 51,572,177

2009 49,375,077

2008 51,009,480

2007 52,434,883

2006 49,727,909

2005 45,636,997

2004 43,535,471

2003 41,159,817

2002 33,471,344

2001 32,412,191

2000 28,426,201

1999 22,829,543

History[edit]

LRT track around Chan Sow Lin, the interchange station between two lines. The building behind the track is The Exchange 106, the tallest building (although still under construction) in Kuala Lumpur as of 2018.

The Ampang Line
Ampang Line
and Sri Petaling Line
Sri Petaling Line
were originally known as the STAR LRT (abbreviation for Sistem Transit Aliran Ringan which means LRT system), a single train line with two branches originating from Sentul Timur station and sprawling to Ampang and Sri Petaling stations via Chan Sow Lin station. STAR LRT was first conceived in the 1981 Transport Master Plan, when the government proposed a network of LRT lines connecting the Kuala Lumpur city centre to the surrounding areas. An agreement was signed between the government and STAR in 1992.[16] The original system (27.4 km) consists of 25 stations built in two phases. Phase one (12.4 km) consists of 14 stations (Ampang – Sultan Ismail) and a depot near Ampang station. Phase two (15 km) consists of 11 stations (Chan Sow Lin – Bukit Jalil, and Sultan Ismail – Sentul Timur). The two phases opened in December 1996 and July 1998.[17][18] The initial plan was for STAR to build, own and manage the STAR LRT. However, STAR ran into financial difficulties, and had to be bailed out by the government.[19] So, in 2002, Prasarana took over the line, and renamed the STAR LRT to the STAR Line. Operations of the line were subsequently transferred to Rapid KL
Rapid KL
in 2004 and the line was renamed to Ampang Line
Ampang Line
and Sri Petaling Line
Sri Petaling Line
in 2005. Ampang Line
Ampang Line
assumed the branch line between Sentul Timur and Ampang stations, whereas Sri Petaling Line assumed the branch line between Sentul Timur and Sri Petaling. In 2006, the government announced the Ampang Line
Ampang Line
Extension project. The extension comprises 11 new stations over 17.7 kilometres of elevated track beyond the Sri Petaling station. This extended the terminus of the Sri Petaling line
Sri Petaling line
from Sri Petaling to Putra Heights.[20] Unlike the original line, which uses the Fixed-block signaling system, the extension uses the Communications-based train control signaling system. As a result, when the first four stations and the next four stations opened on 31 October 2015 and 31 March 2016, the extension ran as a separate train service between Sri Petaling station and Bandar Puteri station.[21][22]. Re-signaling had to be done on the original line, before the extension could be combined with the rest of the line. Thus, a contract was awarded to Thales on 3 September 2012 to upgrade the signaling system on the original line, and the installation of the new signaling was completed in July 2016.[23][24] References[edit]

^ a b c "Table 2.9: Number of Passengers for Light Rail Transit (LRT) Services, Fourth Quarter 2017" (PDF) (in Malay and English). Ministry of Transport, Malaysia. Retrieved 12 March 2018.  ^ http://www.myrapid.com.my/media-centre/media-releases/2016/perkhidmatan-rel-rapid-kl-catat-satu-lagi-kejayaan-hari-ini ^ Wai, Kong (2016-11-30). "Direct LRT travel between Ampang and Sentul Timur starts tomorrow". Timeout.com. Retrieved 2017-07-19.  ^ November 29, 2016 @ 2:58pm (2016-11-29). "Direct LRT travel between Ampang and Sentul Timur from Thursday New Straits Times Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News". Nst.com.my. Retrieved 2017-07-19.  ^ "Prasarana: Ampang Line
Ampang Line
extension Phase 1 on track for October launch". Malay Mail. Kuala Lumpur. 7 March 2015. Retrieved 2015-03-17.  ^ "'Amy' to hit the tracks in October". The Star. Kuala Lumpur. 30 January 2015. Retrieved 2015-03-17.  ^ "CSR unveils new trains for KL Ampang Line". International Railway Journal. London. 4 March 2014. Retrieved 2015-03-17.  ^ Cheong, Sam (28 February 2014). "RapidKL gets 50 coaches for Ampang Line route". The Star. Kuala Lumpur. Retrieved 2015-03-17.  ^ " Ampang Line
Ampang Line
to get new trains in 2015". The Star. Kuala Lumpur. 21 October 2014. Retrieved 2015-03-17.  ^ November 29, 2016 @ 2:58pm (2016-11-29). "Direct LRT travel between Ampang and Sentul Timur from Thursday New Straits Times Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News". Nst.com.my. Retrieved 2017-07-19.  ^ Thales awarded the contract to upgrade Kuala Lumpur Ampang line
Ampang line
to fully automated CBTC signalling ^ Thales to supply CBTC for KL's Ampang Line ^ Kelana Jaya Line
Kelana Jaya Line
Extension Opens ^ "Transport Statistics Malaysia
Malaysia
2016" (PDF) (in Malay and English). Ministry of Transport, Malaysia. Retrieved 8 December 2017.  ^ "Transport Statistics Malaysia
Malaysia
2008" (PDF) (in Malay and English). Ministry of Transport, Malaysia. Retrieved 8 December 2017.  ^ An LRT-Bus strategy for greater Kuala Lumpur: What future integration?, page 9-10 ^ Trolley Wire, page 12-14 ^ Light Rail Transit Stations, page 4 ^ LRT to be bailed out, govt confirms ^ George Kent-Lion Pacific JV gets Ampang Line
Ampang Line
extension job ^ Month-long free ride at four new LRT stations – Prasarana ^ Prasarana announces partial opening of Sri Petaling LRT line ^ Thales awarded the contract to upgrade Kuala Lumpur Ampang Line
Ampang Line
to fully automated CBTC signalling ^ Temporary suspension of LRT Ampang, Sri Petaling lines

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ampang Line.

Land Public Transport Commission Prasarana Malaysia
Prasarana Malaysia
Berhad RapidKL Klang Valley
Klang Valley
Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) Project KL Mass Rapid Transit (KLMRT) Line Integrations

Route maps[edit]

The official Greater KL / Klang Valley
Klang Valley
Integrated Transit Map

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Rail transport in Malaysia

Inter-city rail

Peninsular Malaysia

 ETS  Padang Besar-Gemas ETS Tumpat-Gemas-JB Sentral-Woodland Intercity Eastern and Oriental Express KTM West Coast Railway Line KTM East Coast Railway Line

East Malaysia

Western Sabah Railway Line

City transport (Peninsular Malaysia)

Northern Region

 1  Padang Rengas Line  2  Padang Besar Line SRT International Express Penang Hill Railway Langkawi Sky Glide Langkawi Cable Car

Central Region Klang Valley Integrated Transit System (TRANSIT)

Suburban rail

Commuter rail

 1  Seremban Line  2  Port Klang Line

Airport rail link

 6  KLIA Ekspres  7  KLIA Transit

Rapid transit

Light Metro

 3  Ampang Line  4  Sri Petaling Line  5  Kelana Jaya Line

Mass Rapid Transit

 9  Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line

People mover

Monorail

 8  KL Monorail

APM

Aerotrain (KLIA)

Southern Region

Melaka Monorail Shuttle Tebrau

Eastern Region

Genting Skyway Awana Skyway Kerteh–Kuantan Port railway line

Future Lines

Under construction

 10  Skypark Link  11  Bandar Utama–Klang Line  12  Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line KTM Gemas-Johor Bahru Double-Tracking Project Klang Valley
Klang Valley
Double-Tracking Project  ECR  MRL East Coast Rail Link

Underway

 13  Circle Line  RTS  Johor Bahru– Singapore
Singapore
RTS  HSR  Kuala Lumpur– Singapore
Singapore
HSR

Suspended

 14  Putrajaya Monorail

Proposed

Johor Bahru RTS Kota Kinabalu Line Kuching LRT Kota Kinabalu Monorail Melaka Aerorail North Eastern Sabah Railway Line Penang Monorail Penang Rapid Transit Sarawak Railway Line Kunming– Singapore
Singapore
railway

Defunct Lines

Genting Monorail Sunway Monorail

Owner & Operator

Current

Express Rail Link
Express Rail Link
(ERL) Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
(KTM) Mass Rapid Transit Corporation MyHSR Corporation Prasarana Malaysia
Prasarana Malaysia
& Rapid Rail Sabah State Railway
Sabah State Railway
(SSR) Malaysia
Malaysia
Rail Link (MRL)

Defunct

Federated Malay States Railways Malayan Railway Administration North Borneo Railway

Automated fare collection

Integrated Cashless Payment System (ICPS) Stored-value card

Touch 'n Go MyRapid Card Komuter Link Card

Debit card

MyDebit Card

Commissions

Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)

Rolling Stock

Bombardier Innovia APM 100 Bombardier Innovia Metro CNR Changchun ERL Equator EMU Doppelmayr Garaventa 100-FUL Penang Hill Hyundai Rotem
Hyundai Rotem
SSP EMU Scomi SUTRA
Scomi SUTRA
EMU Siemens Desiro ET 425 M Siemens Inspiro
Siemens Inspiro
SBK EMU Jenbacher Class 81 EMU Hyundai Rotem
Hyundai Rotem
Class 83 EMU Hyundai Rotem
Hyundai Rotem
Class 91 EMU CSR Zhuzhou Class 92 EMU CSR Zhuzhou Class 93 EMU MTrans ALWEG EMU Adtranz-Walkers LRV Union Carriage & Wagon Class 82 EMU

Depots

Current

Ampang Batu Gajah Bukit Tengah Brickfields Kajang Kampung Kuala Sungai Baru KLIA MAHB OMSF Rawang Salak Tinggi Sentul Seremban Subang Sungai Buloh Tanjung Aru

Under construction

Johan Setia Serdang

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Greater KL/ Klang Valley
Klang Valley
Area rail transit stations

 1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   B1 

 1  Seremban Line

Batu Caves Taman Wahyu Kampung Batu Batu Kentonmen Sentul Putra Bank Negara Kuala Lumpur KL Sentral Mid Valley Seputeh Bandar Malaysia
Malaysia
South Salak Selatan Bandar Tasik Selatan Maju KL Serdang Kajang Kajang 2 UKM Bangi Batang Benar Nilai Labu Tiroi Seremban Senawang Sungai Gadut Rembau Pulau Sebang/Tampin

 2  Port Klang Line

Tanjung Malim Kuala Kubu Bharu Rasa Batang Kali Serendah 'Rawang Kuang Sungai Buloh Kepong Sentral Kepong United Point Segambut Putra Bank Negara Kuala Lumpur KL Sentral Eco City Angkasapuri Pantai Dalam Petaling Jalan Templer Kampung Dato Harun Seri Setia Setia Jaya Subang Jaya Batu Tiga Shah Alam Padang Jawa Bukit Badak Klang Teluk Pulai Teluk Gadong Kampung Raja Uda Jalan Kastam Port Klang

 3  Ampang line

Sentul Timur Sentul Titiwangsa PWTC Sultan Ismail Bandaraya Masjid Jamek Plaza Rakyat Hang Tuah Pudu Chan Sow Lin Miharja Maluri Pandan Jaya Pandan Indah Cempaka Cahaya Ampang

 4  Sri Petaling line

Sentul Timur Sentul Titiwangsa PWTC Sultan Ismail Bandaraya Masjid Jamek Plaza Rakyat Hang Tuah Pudu Chan Sow Lin Cheras Salak Selatan Bandar Tun Razak Bandar Tasik Selatan Sungai Besi Bukit Jalil Sri Petaling Awan Besar Muhibbah Alam Sutera Kinrara BK5 Kinrara BK3 IOI Puchong Jaya Pusat Bandar Puchong Taman Perindustrian Puchong Bandar Puteri Puchong Perdana Puchong Prima Kampung Sri Aman Putra Heights

 5  Kelana Jaya line

Gombak Taman Melati Wangsa Maju Sri Rampai Setiawangsa Jelatek Dato' Keramat Damai Ampang Park KLCC Kampung Baru Dang Wangi Masjid Jamek Pasar Seni KL Sentral Bank Rakyat-Bangsar Abdullah Hukum Kerinchi KL Gateway-Universiti Taman Jaya Asia Jaya Taman Paramount Taman Bahagia Kelana Jaya Lembah Subang Ara Damansara CGC-Glenmarie Subang Jaya SS15 SS18 USJ7 Taipan Wawasan USJ21 Alam Megah Subang Alam Putra Heights

 6  KLIA Ekspres
KLIA Ekspres
line

KL Sentral KLIA KLIA2

 7  KLIA Transit
KLIA Transit
line

KL Sentral Bandar Malaysia
Malaysia
South Bandar Tasik Selatan Putrajaya Sentral Salak Tinggi KLIA KLIA2

 8  KL Monorail
KL Monorail
line

KL Sentral Monorail Tun Sambanthan Maharajalela Hang Tuah Imbi AirAsia-Bukit Bintang Raja Chulan Bukit Nanas Medan Tuanku Chow Kit Titiwangsa

 9  Sungai Buloh– Kajang line

Sungai Buloh Kampung Selamat RRI Kwasa Damansara Kwasa Sentral Teknologi Kota Damansara Surian Mutiara Damansara Bandar Utama TTDI Phileo Damansara Bukit Kiara Pavilion Damansara Heights-Pusat Bandar Damansara Manulife-Semantan Muzium Negara Pasar Seni Merdeka Pavilion KL-Bukit Bintang Tun Razak Exchange Cochrane AEON-Maluri Taman Pertama Taman Midah Taman Mutiara Taman Connaught Taman Suntex Sri Raya Bandar Tun Hussein Onn Batu 11 Cheras Bukit Dukung Sungai Jernih Stadium Kajang Kajang

 10  Skypark Link

Opening May 2018

KL Sentral Subang Jaya Glenmarie Sri Subang Terminal Skypark

 11  Bandar Utama– Klang Line

Opening 2020

Bandar Utama Kayu Ara BU11 Tropicana Dataran Prima Persada Glenmarie Temasya Persiaran Kerjaya Malawati Persiaran Hishamuddin Bandar Anggerik Seksyen 2 UiTM Seksyen 7 Lebuh Keluli Bukit Raja Pasar Besar Klang Jalan Meru Klang Taman Selatan Sri Andalas Bukit Tinggi Batu Nilam Bandar Botanik Johan Setia

 12  Sungai Buloh– Serdang–Putrajaya line

Phase 1 Opening 2021

Damansara Damai Sri Damansara West Sri Damansara East Kepong Sentral Metro Prima Kepong Baru Jinjang Sri Delima Kampung Batu

Phase 2 Opening 2022

Kentonmen Jalan Ipoh Sentul West Titiwangsa Hospital Kuala Lumpur Kampung Baru North Ampang Park KLCC East Conlay Tun Razak Exchange Chan Sow Lin Bandar Malaysia
Malaysia
North Bandar Malaysia
Malaysia
South Kuchai Lama Taman Naga Emas Sungai Besi Technology Park Serdang Raya North Serdang Raya South Seri Kembangan UPM Taman Universiti (provisional) Equine Park Taman Putra Permai 16 Sierra Cyberjaya North Cyberjaya City Centre Putrajaya

 13  Circle Line

Phase 1

Ampang Bandar Baru Ampang Kampung Ampang Campuran Hospital Ampang Taman Muda Kampung Cheras Baru Taman Midah Bandar Sri Permaisuri Salak Selatan Bandar Malaysia
Malaysia
South Taman Desa Eco City Abdullah Hukum Telawi Bukit Kiara Bukit Damansara Sri Hartamas Mont Kiara Dutamas Sentul West

Phase 2

Sentul Sentul Timur Setapak Semarak Jelatek Berembang Taman Dato Ahmad Razali

 14  Putrajaya Monorail

Line 1

Presint 11 Presint 9 Putrajaya Sentral Presint 7 Presint 8 Dataran Rakyat Dataran Putrajaya Lebuh Bestari Dataran Wawasan Dataran Putra Laman Perdana Taman Putra Perdana Lebuh Perdana Timur Alamanda Putrajaya Presint Diplomatik Kampung Abu Bakar Baginda Bandar Baru Bangi Reko Sentral Kajang

Line 2

Presint 6 PICC Dataran Gemilang Dataran Rakyat Presint 18 Presint 17

 B1  BRT Sunway Line

Sunway-Setia Jaya Mentari Sunway Lagoon SunMed SunU-Monash South Quay-USJ1 USJ7

Stations are denoted in italics still under construction and yet to open.

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Urban Rail Transit in Southeast Asia

Indonesia
Indonesia

Jakarta Commuter

Jakarta MRT

 M1   M2 

Jakarta LRT

 L1   L2   L3 

Palembang LRT

 L1 

Surabaya Commuter

Supor Sulam Jenggala

 ARS  Kualanamu ARS  ARS  Soekarno-Hatta ARS  ARS  Minangkabau ARS  ARS  Adisumarmo ARS Halim Perdanakusuma ARS Jakarta–Bandung HSR Bandung LRT

Malaysia
Malaysia

Klang Valley
Klang Valley
Integrated Transit System KTM Komuter

 1   2   10 

Rapid KL

 3   4   5   8   9   11   12   13   14 

Express Rail Link

 6   7 

KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Northern

 1   2 

 ETS   HSR   ECR   RTS  Kuching LRT Penang Rapid Transit

Myanmar
Myanmar

Yangon Circular Railway

Philippines
Philippines

Manila LRT

 LRT1   LRT2   LRT4   LRT6 

Manila MRT

 MRT3   MRT7 

Metro Manila Subway PNR

 PNR  Metro Commuter Line North South Commuter Rail Manila-Clark Railway

UP Diliman AGT Bicutan AGT

Singapore
Singapore

Singapore
Singapore
MRT

 NSL   EWL   NEL   CCL   DTL   TEL   JRL   CRL 

Singapore
Singapore
LRT

 BPLRT   SKLRT   PGLRT 

 HSR   RTS 

Thailand
Thailand

Bangkok Mass Transit BTS

 BTS   BTS 

MRT

 MRT   MRT   MRT   MRT   MRL   MRL 

BMA

 MRL   MRL   MRL 

SRT SRT ET

 ARL 

SRT Red Lines

 SRT   SRT 

SRT Commuter

     Lopburi Line      Kaeng Khoi Line      Prachinburi Line      Ratchaburi Line      Suphan Buri Line

SRT HSR

Bangkok–Chiang Mai HSR Bangkok–Nakhon Ratchasima HSR Bangkok–Hua Hin HSR Bangkok–Rayong HSR

Phuket Island LRT Khon Kaen LRT Hat Yai MRLT

Vietnam
Vietnam

Hanoi Metro

 1   2   2A   3   4   5   6   7   8   M1   M2   M3 

Ho Chi Minh City Metro

 1   2   3   4   5   6 

Note: Under construction & planned li

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