Overview of MRT Putrajaya Line

  • Ian Fan by Ian Fan
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The second line of the Klang Valley MRT Project – the Putrajaya Line will commence for full service on 16 March 2023.

The alignment has a length of 57.7km, consisting of 44.2km of elevated tracks and 13.5km underground tunnels. It has 36 operational stations of which 27 are elevated and 9 underground. A further 5 provisional stations have been built along the alignment for future use (Rubber Research Institute (RRI), Bandar Malaysia Utara, Bandar Malaysia Selatan, Taman Teknologi, and Taman Universiti).

There are 10 interchange stations and connecting stations along the alignment, making it much easier for commuters to transfer from the Putrajaya Line to the existing and future rail lines. 17 stations along the alignment are equipped with park and ride facilities, with a total of 5870 bays.

The first phase of the Putrajaya Line has 12 stations, namely from Kwasa Damansara Station to Kampung Baru Station, and has already started running as early as June 16, 2022.

As for the second phase, it was originally expected to be officially opened in January 2023, but it was finally announced that it will be fully opened on March 16, and the 57.7-kilometer Putrajaya Line will not only bring more convenient and seamless traffic to the public. A total of 36 stations around the real estate will be hot up.

The photo is taken from 
the official website of MRT Corp.

Check out these exchanges

Switch lines at these stations

Kwasa DamansaraMRT Kajang Line
Sungai BulohKTM Tanjung Malim – Pelabuhan Klang Line
Sri Damansara TimurKTM Tanjung Malim – Pelabuhan Klang Line
Kampung BatuKTM Batu Caves – Pulau Sebang Line
TitiwangsaKL Monorail Line | LRT Sri Petaling Line | LRT Ampang Line
Ampang ParkLRT Kelana Jaya Line
Tun Razak ExchangeMRT Kajang Line
Chan Sow LinLRT Sri Petaling Line | LRT Ampang Line
Sungai BesiLRT Sri Petaling Line
Putrajaya SentralERL KLIA Transit Line | ERL KLIA Ekspress Line

If you need to drive, Park N’ Ride!

Available at these stations

Kwasa DamansaraJinjangSerdang Raya Selatan
Sungai BulohKentonmenUPM
Sri Damansara BaratKuchaiTaman Equine
Sri Damansara SentralTaman Naga EmasCyberjaya Utara
Sri Damansara TimurSungai BesiPutrajaya Sentral
Metro PrimaSerdang Raya Utara

Stations we have our eyes on:

  • Connectivity king – Titiwangsa
    The station with the most number of exchanges on the line
  • Jet-setter’s choice – Putrajaya Sentral
    The line’s only station with KLIA ERL line exchanges

Originally published on IQI Global

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Ian Fan is a Real Estate Negotiator with IQI Realty, helping clients buy, sell, and rent properties.

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