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Integrated Transit Map Source: SPAD as of July 2016 KTM Komuter Northern Sector
KTM Komuter Northern Sector
Route Map Source: KTMB as of 1 September 2016

KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
is a commuter rail system in Malaysia
Malaysia
operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM). It was introduced in 1995 to provide local rail services in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
and the surrounding Klang Valley
Klang Valley
suburban areas. The service was then introduced in Greater Penang
Penang
on September 2015 after the completion of the Ipoh-Padang Besar Electrification and Double-Tracking Project,.[2][3] Later on 10 October 2015, the southern sector service was introduced between Seremban
Seremban
and Gemas
Gemas
in Negeri Sembilan after the completion of the Seremban- Gemas
Gemas
Electrification and Double-Tracking Project, although a route revamp in July 2016 saw the southern sector services merged with that of the central sector, with the southern terminus being pulled back from Gemas
Gemas
to Pulau Sebang/Tampin. The trains used are air-conditioned electric multiple units. 'Park & Ride' facilities are provided at stations at a nominal charge. KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
contributed RM146.2 million to group revenue in 2017, carrying a total of 37.235 million passengers.[1] The total number of passengers travelling with KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
in 2017 shows a decrease of 10.2% following the ongoing Klang Valley
Klang Valley
Double Track Project which involves the rehabilitation project on 42 kilometres of tracks between Rawang and Salak Selatan scheduled to be completed in 2019.[4]

Contents

1 Network

1.1 Current Network 1.2 Central Sector 1.3 Northern Sector 1.4 Southern Sector

2 Stations 3 Rolling stock 4 Fleet 5 Expansion and future plans

5.1 New routes and stations 5.2 Route expansion in progress

6 Incidents and accidents 7 Timeline 8 Gallery 9 See also 10 Notes 11 References 12 External links

Network[edit] Current Network[edit]

Line First operated Stations Length Termini

Central Sector  1  Seremban
Seremban
Line 14 August 1995 32

Batu Caves Pulau Sebang/Tampin

Central Sector  2  Port Klang Line 14 August 1995 27

Tanjung Malim Port Klang

Northern Sector  1  Padang Rengas Line 11 September 2015 8 113.8 km Padang Rengas Bukit Mertajam

Northern Sector  2  Padang Besar Line 1 January 2016 13 157.8 km Butterworth Padang Besar

TOTAL 79[Note 2] 456 km  

Central Sector[edit] Main articles: Seremban
Seremban
Line, Port Klang Line, and Skypark Link KTM Komuter's 175 km (109 mi) metre-gauge network in the Central Sector mainly cover in Klang Valley
Klang Valley
has 53 stations. It consists of two cross-city routes, namely the Port Klang Line
Port Klang Line
(Batu Caves to Port Klang) and Seremban Line
Seremban Line
(Tanjung Malim to Pulau Sebang/Tampin). Transfers between the two main lines can be made at any of the four stations on the central core: KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, Bank Negara and Putra. Same-platform or cross-platform interchange is available at Kuala Lumpur. KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
also services shopping complexes and recreational centres. The Mid Valley station opened in 2004 next to the Mid Valley Megamall. Other shopping centres near KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
stations are Subang Parade, ÆON BiG Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya
(nearby Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya
station) and The MINES (Serdang station). Passengers for Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
International Airport (KLIA) may take the KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
to Nilai Komuter halt and change to an airport bus, or they may change at KL Sentral
KL Sentral
station to the dedicated KLIA Ekspres. Interchange with the Rapid (KL city metro) network is available at Bandar Tasik Selatan station
Bandar Tasik Selatan station
for the Sri Petaling Line
Sri Petaling Line
and at KL Sentral for the Kelana Jaya Line. Passengers may also transfer to the Ampang Line
Ampang Line
in the city centre at Bank Negara station by means of a 200-metre covered walk to the Bandaraya LRT station. KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
tickets are sold at counters and via vending machines, available at all stations and halts. The service is subject to overcrowding during rush hours. To help alleviate this, the operator introduced a new queuing system to help passengers line up when the trains are coming. The lines are painted on the floor with three colour codes representing each of the train set. The system was first implemented at KL Sentral
KL Sentral
station on 17 October 2008.[5] The operator is also considering introducing express services between Sungai Buloh
Sungai Buloh
and Kajang
Kajang
stations and between Kuala Lumpur and Shah Alam
Shah Alam
station during rush hours by the end of 2008.[6] From 15 December 2015, the routes of Seremban Line
Seremban Line
and Port Klang Line were switched as part of a six-month trial. Trains from Seremban
Seremban
began heading towards Batu Caves, while trains from Port Klang headed towards Rawang, and vice versa. Transfers could be done at the four shared stations.[7] KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
service to stations north of Rawang was run as a shuttle service when it was extended beyond Rawang to Rasa in April 2007, to Kuala Kubu Bharu in January 2008, and finally to Tanjung Malim on 1 June 2009. The Rawang-Tanjung Malim shuttle service was absorbed into the main Port Klang Line
Port Klang Line
on 11 July 2016. On 11 July 2016, the KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Southern Sector which was a shuttle service between Seremban
Seremban
and Pulau Sebang/Tampin, was absorbed into the Seremban
Seremban
Line, adding four more stations to the line, namely Senawang, Sungai Gadut, Rembau and Pulau Sebang/Tampin. Northern Sector[edit] Main article: KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Northern Sector On 11 September 2015, Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Berhad introduced the Northern Sector KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Shuttle (Tren Shuttle KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Sektor Utara in Bahasa Malaysia) service between Gurun in Kedah, Butterworth in Penang
Penang
and Kamunting in Perak. This followed the completion of the Ipoh-Padang Besar Electrification and Double-Tracking Project in December 2014. On 1 January 2016, a second line was introduced between Butterworth and Padang Besar in Perlis, while on 17 January 2016, the Gurun-Butterworth-Kamunting route was replaced with two separate routes: Butterworth-Gurun and Butterworth-Kamunting. The three-line service operated until 1 July 2016 when the Butterworth-Gurun route was dropped, and subsequently on 1 September 2016, the Butterworth-Kamunting route was modified to run from Bukit Mertajam to Padang Rengas and vice-versa, with Bukit Mertajam as the interchange station with the Butterworth-Padang Besar line. Southern Sector[edit] KTMB introduced a new service for the southern route, KTM Komuter Southern Sector (Malay: KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Sektor Selatan), on 10 October 2015 following the completion of the Seremban- Gemas
Gemas
Electrified Double Tracking Project on 30 October 2013. This service is the second KTM Komuter service outside the Klang Valley
Klang Valley
after the northern counterpart.[8] The Gemas
Gemas
and Batang Melaka
Melaka
stops were removed starting 20 June 2016 with the train running between Seremban
Seremban
and Pulau Sebang/Tampin. Subsequently, the shuttle service was terminated on 11 July 2016 when it was absorbed into the Seremban
Seremban
Line. Stations[edit] The Komuter service was largely built from existing lines, with minor alterations (i.e. removal or abandonment of lines and replacement of wooden sleepers with concrete ones). Relevant station platforms were added and heightened to allow easier access to Komuter trains travelling in both directions. Major pre-independence stations including Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
station, Klang station, Port Klang station and Seremban station
Seremban station
were retained and upgraded to support Komuter services. Smaller, wood-based stations and halts along the line that were built at around the same time were either demolished and replaced by modern brick-and-concrete counterparts, or simply abandoned. The only exception to the rule is the old Sentul station, which has remained in service years since KTM Komuter's launch, albeit with a replacement platform. The layouts and sizes of the new station buildings, as of the launch of the service in 1995, vary by location but are generally divided into two classes:

Railway halts, consisting of a small single-storey structure with only ticket counters (a ticket booth, ticket machines and faregates). The stations are usually placed along straightforward dual-lane lines. Medium-sized and single-storey stations, housing both the ticket counters and station offices, and typically stationed along three or more lines. Such stations are typically intended to support additional responsibilities, such as managing railway signals, controlling points and handling goods services. The stations themselves are similar in design to the original wood-based stations along the line with slight hints of Western colonial designs (arches, wooden-and-glass windows and wooden doors), but are larger and modernised.

The platforms of the 1995 stations are virtually standardised, down to the design of the passenger semicircle-crossed shelters, the use of similarly-styled foot crossings to link all platforms, and the diamonds-based brickwork of the platforms. Depending on the number of patrons through the years, each station has undergone upgrades or expansions that consist of either increasing the number of ticket counters or opening new facilities for use by passengers or railway staff. Taller, wider canopies were erected on the platforms of most stations to replace narrower, original versions in 2006 and 2007. The pace of the upgrades varies by location. During the 2000s, new stations such as the Mid Valley station appeared in more modern designs, consisting primarily of high, curved canopies above the entire platforms. Certain new stations along dual-lane lines are also included with facilities typically reserved for medium-sized stations, such as the Rasa station. The Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Sentral station, however, is housed under the concrete base of the transport hub, and is stark and utilitarian in design. Rolling stock[edit]

KTM Class 82
KTM Class 82
(EMU41) in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Railway Station.

KTM Class 83
KTM Class 83
train (EMU 35) at Bank Negara

KTM Class 92
KTM Class 92
train in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
railway station.

The original Komuter rolling stock consists of three versions of three-car EMUs added over the course of three years, beginning in 1994. The EMUs were the first in KTM's history. All Komuter EMUs operate in multiple-unit formation, running from overhead single-phase 25kV AC 50 Hz catenary supply, with two driving cars and 1 - 4 trailer cars in between. The EMUs were state-of-the-art, with remote-controlled pneumatic doors, Automatic Train Protection (ATP), train data recorder, wheel-slip control, GTO/IGBT traction electronics and regenerative braking. Up to the point of their introduction, no other KTM motive power used these modern train control systems. Designated by KTM as "Class 8x"s, the EMUs wear a yellow, blue and grey livery, a departure from the predominantly grey livery that KTM adopted on other locomotives and passenger coaches at the time. A handful of EMUs include full advertisements on the sides of their cars. The original Komuter fleet consisted of the following models:

18 Class 81 EMUs (designations EMU 01 to EMU 18) manufactured by Jenbacher Transport
Jenbacher Transport
in Austria-Hungary (1994/1995). Most of them are retired from Komuter service to be used for intercity services in the future. 22 Class 83 EMUs (designations EMU 19 to EMU 40) manufactured by Hyundai Percision (now Hyundai Rotem) (1996/1997). 14 sets remain in service, most of them currently service the KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Northern Sector. Several sets were repainted with new livery for the Skypark Link. 22 Class 82 EMUs (designations EMU 41 to EMU 62, the last batch) manufactured by Union Carriage & Wagon in South Africa (1996/1997). All of the trainset are retired from service due to lack of spare parts and closure of the company.

Four of the EMUs have since been decommissioned following serious accidents that affected their structural integrity, while another five are not listed as serviceable.[citation needed] On paper, the number of serviceable units in 2010 stands at 53 out of the original 62, although there are reports of far fewer trains.[9] However, the actual number of trains is set to rise back to the original, as trains are being reconditioned. This, however, may change as most of the class 8x EMUs have been retired from komuter service, having been replaced by Class 92 EMUs By July 2012, additional 6-car rolling stock has entered service with KTM Koumter:

38 Class 92 EMUs manufactured by China's Zhu Zhou Electric Locomotives Co Ltd[9]

Fleet[edit]

Line Code Line Name Formation In service On order EMU/Fleet Manufacturers

 1 

Seremban
Seremban
Line 6 carriage EMU 37 trainsets (222 car) KTM Class 92 CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive

 2 

Port Klang Line

 10 

Skypark Link 3 carriage EMU

KTM Class 83 Hyundai Rotem

Expansion and future plans[edit] New routes and stations[edit] During the 2000s, the Komuter line saw the addition of seven more stations:[10]

The Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Sentral station, opened 16 April 2001, includes platforms for both the Rawang- Seremban
Seremban
route and the Sentul-Port Klang route. While KL Sentral
KL Sentral
took over the Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Railway Station's role of interchange with Intercity train services, the latter remains a separate stop for KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
services. The Mid Valley station, opened 23 August 2004, primarily serves users of the adjoining Mid Valley Megamall
Mid Valley Megamall
and adjacent commercial facilities. Kepong Sentral, opened 1 July 2006, stands beside the Middle Ring Road Two in the KL suburb of Kepong, on the Rawang- Seremban
Seremban
route. The Serendah, Batang Kali and Rasa stations, opened 21 April 2007, form part of a new stretch of electrified railway towards Ipoh from Rawang station. A shuttle service known as the Rawang-Rasa shuttle runs between Rawang and these three stations. The Kuala Kubu Bharu station, opened 5 January 2008. The Rawang-Rasa shuttle service was thus renamed as the Rawang-Kuala Kubu Bharu shuttle service. The shuttle route was extended to Tanjung Malim station on 1 June 2009, with the shuttle service renamed the Rawang-Tanjung Malim KTM Komuter Shuttle Service. The Sentul-Port Klang Route
Sentul-Port Klang Route
has been extended to Batu Caves
Batu Caves
since 29 July 2010, together with four intermediate new stations - Batu Kentonmen, Kampung Batu and Taman Wahyu. The Seremban Line
Seremban Line
was extended from Seremban
Seremban
to Sungai Gadut in 2012 with an intermediate station at Senawang, and to Rembau in 2013 with a limited service operating.

On 11 September 2015, Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Keretapi Tanah Melayu
introduced the Northern Sector KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Shuttle Service, the first commuter train service outside the Klang Valley. The shuttle train service stops at 11 stations between Gurun and Kamunting, including Butterworth. Route expansion in progress[edit] Besides new stations, additional plans were made to extend the Komuter network outwards from it original route:

KTMB also plans to extend 85 km (53 mi) Komuter services to Pulau Sebang, Melaka
Melaka
and Gemas. Construction is expected to complete by 2013. This will interchange with the future Komuter South (Komuter-Sud) line to Johor Bahru.[11] The work for the shuttle service connecting KL Sentral
KL Sentral
and Subang Jaya to Subang Skypark, known as Skypark Link
Skypark Link
is currently underway. This extension is slated to have five stations: KL Sentral, Subang Jaya, Glenmarie, Sri Subang, and Subang Skypark.[12][13] The line is expected to open in early May 2018.[14]

Incidents and accidents[edit]

On the evening of 3 March 2004, a Seremban-bound KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
train in the Seremban Line
Seremban Line
collided with the rear of another Komuter train facing the same direction, which had been waiting at a signal between Tiroi station and Seremban station
Seremban station
for five minutes. Forty were injured, but no deaths were reported. The accident was ascribed to the faulty signal light (struck by lightning) that stopped the earlier train, though the driver of the rear-ending train is reported to have run a red light into the section occupied by the rear-ended train. The resulting crash disrupted KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
services along the line for a day. This is so far the worst accident involving the KTM Komuter service.[15] On 2 March 2007, a crane fell onto a KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
train track near the Sentul-Port Klang Route's Shah Alam
Shah Alam
Komuter station, stranding about 10,000 passengers and cancelling 40 trips. Alternative transport services were provided.[16] On 25 May 2007, a person was killed after he was hit by a KTM Komuter train while crossing the tracks illegally. Deaths in this manner have occurred along Komuter lines before. On 27 February 2008, overhead power cables between Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya
and Petaling stations of the Sentul-Port Klang route broke, causing all train services to be modified to run on the Sentul-Petaling route instead. On 22 October 2009, a multipurpose vehicle plunged into the railway track as it was heading from Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
towards Subang Jaya. Train services were disrupted, and the vehicle was towed away 3 hours after the accident.[17] On 4 February 2013, A woman in her 50s was run over by a commuter train at the Taman Wahyu KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Station. The victim was said to have been dragged 50m along the track in the incident.[18] On 15 February 2013 at 23:00, an out-of-service KTM Class 92
KTM Class 92
SCS 20 derailed near Shah Alam
Shah Alam
station while returning to Sentul depot for maintenance. No one was injured. The train was heavily damaged and was subsequently written off.[19] On 1 November 2013, a 3 coach KTM Class 83
KTM Class 83
derailed near Rawang station while moving through a track switch. No one was hurt in the incident. The two rear coaches were separated and towed away using a locomotive while the remaining front coach removed by use of cranes.[20] On 18 September 2017, KTM train services suffered a major disruption after an electrical cable snapped at KM361.76 on the tracks between the Rawang and Kuang stations, causing closure to both of the rail tracks.[21]

Timeline[edit]

3 August 1995 - The first KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
trains began taking passengers between Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
and Rawang. Free trips were offered until 11 August 1995. 14 August 1995 - Commercial operations begin for the KTM Komuter between Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
and Rawang. It was then extended to Salak South on 29 September 1995. 28 August 1995 - Operations between Sentul and Shah Alam
Shah Alam
began. Service was extended to Klang on 29 September 1995. 20 November 1995 - The Rawang- Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
service extended to Kajang. 18 December 1995 - The Kajang- Seremban
Seremban
section opens, completing the "original" KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
network which remained unchanged until 2007. 16 April 2001 - KL Sentral
KL Sentral
KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
station opened. 3 March 2004 - Worst KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
accident occurred when a Seremban-bound commuter train hits the rear of another train near Seremban. 23 August 2004 - Mid Valley KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
station opened. 1 July 2005 - KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
network began accepting Touch 'n Go electronic farecards. 1 July 2006 - Kepong Sentral KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
station opened. 21 April 2007 - Shuttle service between Rawang and Rasa began. 5 January 2008 - Opening of Kuala Kubu Bharu station, and extension of the Rawang-Kuala Kubu Bharu shuttle service (formerly known as Rawang-Rasa shuttle service) to this station. 1 June 2009 - Extension of Rawang-Kuala Kubu Bharu route to Tanjung Malim. The route is now called Rawang-Tanjung Malim shuttle service. 28 April 2010 - Women-only coaches introduced. The coach is the middle coach in the train setb. 29 July 2010 - Sentul-Port Klang route extended to Batu Caves
Batu Caves
with introduction of 4 new stations. 14 May 2011 - Seremban-Rawang route extended to Senawang and Sungai Gadut.

Gallery[edit]

KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
network

A train passing by a danger sign on the platform

Putra Komuter station, an example of early design of a station prior to canopy upgrade

Mid Valley Komuter station, showing the new canopy roof

KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
in KL Sentral

The Tanjung Malim railway station
Tanjung Malim railway station
is the northern terminus of the KTM Komuter network.

The Class 81 (EMU14), one of the first batch of all EMU in Malaysia that were made at Jenbach, Austria.

The Class 82 (EMU41, the last batch, build at South Africa) train, which has been abandoned and retired due to closure of the company and lack of parts.

The Class 83 (EMU30, the second batch) that build in South Korea, is still use until today for Kamunting-Butterworth-Padang Besar service.

See also[edit]

Keretapi Tanah Melayu

KTM Intercity

KTM West Coast Line KTM East Coast Line KTM ETS

KTM Komuter

Seremban
Seremban
Line Port Klang Line Skypark Link Padang Rengas Line & Padang Besar Line

Rail transport in Malaysia Public transport in Kuala Lumpur

Notes[edit]

^ Counting transfer stations only once. ^ Counting transfer stations only once.

References[edit]

^ a b "JADUAL 2.1 : STATISTIK TRAFIK KERETAPI TANAH MELAYU BERHAD (KTMB), SUKU KEEMPAT, 2017" [Table 2.1 : Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) Traffic Statistics, Fourth Quarter, 2017] (PDF) (in Malay and English). Ministry of Transport, Malaysia. Retrieved 13 March 2018.  ^ "KTM Berhad akan memperkenalkan perkhidmatan Tren Shuttle Komuter di Sektor Utara (KTM Berhad will introduce the Komuter Shuttle Train Service in the Northern Sector)(in Malay)" (PDF). KTM Berhad. 7 September 2015. Archived from the original (PDF) on 18 September 2015. Retrieved 11 September 2015.  ^ Audrey Dermawan (11 September 2015). "KTM shuttle train service begins today". New Straits Times. Kuala Lumpur. Retrieved 11 September 2015.  ^ "The Klang Valley
Klang Valley
Double Track Project (KVDT)". SPAD. Retrieved 23 March 2017.  ^ Michael, Stuart (24 October 2008). "KTM implements new queuing scheme for passengers". The Star. Kuala Lumpur. Retrieved 26 October 2008.  ^ "Six trains for new services". New Straits Times. Kuala Lumpur. 26 October 2008.  ^ KTMB. " KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Trial Route Map Effective 15 December 2015" (PDF). Retrieved 25 February 2016.  ^ KTMB Media Release – KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
Southern Sector ^ a b "Chinese trains to expand KL Komuter fleet". Railway Gazette International. 26 November 2010. Retrieved 28 November 2010.  ^ "Construction of New Commuter Stations". Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 17 June 2007.  ^ "KTMB spends RM200mil on new intercity and commuter trains". The Star. Kuala Lumpur. 7 February 2008.  ^ Priya Menon (8 August 2014). "Work on railway line from Subang airport to KL Sentral
KL Sentral
has begun". The Star. Kuala LUmpur. Retrieved 17 March 2015.  ^ "PROJEK LANDASAN KERETAPI DARI SUBANG KE TERMINAL SKYPARK SUBANG Laman Web Rasmi Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat". S.P.A.D. Retrieved 17 March 2015.  ^ http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/kl-sentralsubang-skypark-rail-service-starts-early-may ^ "Komuter crash". The Star. Kuala Lumpur. 3 March 2004. p. 1.  ^ "Crane Falls On Rail Tracks, 10,000 Passengers Stranded". Bernama. 2 March 2007. Retrieved 20 June 2007.  ^ "MPV plunges onto railway tracks". The Star. Kuala Lumpur. 22 October 2009.  ^ "Woman run down by Komuter train". The Malaysian Insider. Kuala Lumpur. 4 February 2013.  ^ Nurul Riduan Nor Ashaha (15 February 2013). "Komuter tergelincir di Stesen Shah Alam". SinarHarian (in Malay). Retrieved 31 October 2013.  ^ " KTM Komuter
KTM Komuter
train derails near Rawang station". The Star. Kuala Lumpur. 1 November 2013.  ^ "KTM train services to be fully restored by Monday". 

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Northern

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 ETS   HSR   ECR   RTS  Kuching LRT Penang
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

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Ho Chi Minh City Metro

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Note: Under construction & planned li

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