KTM Komuter

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“Worthy of trust...”


KTM Komuter is a commuter rail service brand in Malaysia operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM). It was introduced in 1995 to provide local rail services in Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding suburban areas in the Klang Valley. With a comprehensive timetable, Komuter Malaysia has been reliably serving residents in the Klang Valley


The service was then introduced in the northern Peninsular Malaysia states of Perak, Pulau Pinang, Kedah & Perlis in September 2015 after the completion of the Ipoh-Padang Besar Electrification and Double-Tracking Project.

The trains used are air-conditioned electric multiple units. Convenient 'Park & Ride' facilities are provided at stations at a nominal charge.

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“Milestone...”


Years
Events
1995Introducing 3 Car Coach Train
2001Opening of KL Sentral Station
2010Introducing Female Coach (Koc Wanita)
2012Introducing 6 Car Coach Train
2015Recognition by the ‘Malaysia Book of Records’ - The First Female Coach in Malaysia
2015The Northern Commuter Service was introduced, Kamunting - Padang Besar
2016Extension of North Commuter Service to Padang Rengas Station
2017The 6 Car Coach was introduced in the Northern sector
2018Skypark Link service introduced
2019Opening of Abdullah Hukum station

“Routes Path...”


4 major routes for KTM Komuter trains:

  • Batu Caves – Pulau Sebang
  • Tanjung Malim – Pelabuhan Klang
  • Padang Rengas – Bukit Mertajam
  • Butterworth – Padang Besar

Did you know?

  • Komuter’s top speed is at 175 km (109 mi), route connected to 57 stations. It consists of two lines, namely the Batu Caves – Tampin/Pulau Sebang and Tg. Malim – Port Klang lines.
  • Transfers between the two lines can be done at Putra, Bank Negara, Kuala Lumpur & KL Sentral stations.
  • KTM Komuter has made shopping complexes and recreational centres more accessible.

Komuter Route Infographic


Rail lines (Routes - KM)

Num
Routes
Line(KM)
1Batu Caves – Tampin / Pulau Sebang135.00
2Tg. Malim – P. Klang131.00
3Padang Rengas – Butterworth113.70
3Butterworth – Padang Besar157.80

KTM Komuter Timetable...


Weekdays Only

Effective starting 22nd March 2021


Weekends & Public Holiday Only

Effective starting 27th March 2021


Effective 22nd March 2021

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Ride n’ ride (bicycle train)

In recognizing the cycling trend among Malaysians, KTM Komuter launched Ride n’ Ride on 1 June 2016.

Ride n’ Ride will enable cyclists to carry their bicycles on board the trains and then reach their own workplace, college, schools, universities etc. The product has received significant public attention and many events with cyclists associations are in the pipeline.

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Komuter Link...


New ticketing system

Ladies Coach...


The Ladies Coach is a coach specially reserved for lady passengers as an option when using the KTM Komuter Service. The Ladies Coach was first implemented in KTMB on 28 April 2010 after considering that women comprise 60% of total KTM Komuter ridership. 

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Go Cashless...


New ticket payment option. Card only! No more tokens.

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