MRT KL

After the opening of the 2 LRT lines in 1998 and the Monorail in 2003, the long overdue first MRT line was opened in 2017.

Sungai Buloh - Kajang Line (MRT SBK Line)

The line has 31 stations along a 51km route including 7 underground stations below the city center.  Estimated traveling time for the entire stretch is 86 minutes. Trains are operating at a frequency of 3.3 minutes during peak hours. The MRT line is being operated by Rapid KL just like the LRT, Monorail and bus network.

Ticket Prices:
between RM 1.10 and RM 6.40
click here to calculate the ticket prices
 

MRT map
MRT map (the orange part - passing downtown Kuala Lumpur - of the line is underground, click image for the full PDF map)

Maluri Underground station
Maluri Station
one of seven underground stations

 

Bandar Damansara
overground section in Bandar Damansara
next to the MRT the massive construction site of Pavilion Damansara Height (photo taken in August 2018)

 

inside a MRT coach
inside on of MRT trains image: Rapid KL

Why Malaysian are slow to board their new trains
(Financial Times article, 2018)

 

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