Quick Facts

> 2 Million

Population in Western Corridor of Klang Valley

< 60 Min

Travel Time

37 KM

Total Length

20

Stations

5

Provisional
Stations

2

Integrated
Stations


Rolling Stock

Modular

3 Cars Accessible End to End

Speed

80 km/h Operational Speed

Capacity

18,630 Passengers Per Hour Per Direction

Frequency

6 Minutes during peak hours for initial operation


Communications System


Security System


Building a better tomorrow


Two Integrated stations

Along the LRT3 alignment, two integrated stations are designed to provide a more convenient travel and better connectivity to passengers, offering easy interchange with the existing rail system:
• Station 1 – Integrated with MRT Sg. Buloh – Kajang Line at Bandar Utama Station
• Station 7- Integrated with LRT Kelana Jaya Line at CGC Glenmarie Station


Initiative to increase the public transport modal share to 40% by 2030

LRT3 will spur the revitalization of high density, mixed-use real estate development around the stations. Once operations commence in 2024, residents and business owners will enjoy further economic growth, as well as a more efficient travel experience from the Western Corridor area to the Kuala Lumpur City Centre.


Caters to > 2 mil population in the Western Corridor of Klang Valley

With an estimated 75% of Malaysians living in the city, LRT3 enhances interconnectivity and mobility for a population of 450k workers and 50k tertiary students in the Western Corridor of Klang Valley.

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