What You Should Know

Building a better tomorrow

First rail project with green technology in Malaysia

With sustainable green technology as the main core of overall LRT3 operation structure, it features the implementation of rainwater harvesting technology, noise reduction system, better energy management system and natural ventilation in the station’s design.

Three Integrated stations

Along the LRT3 alignment, 3 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
• Station 20 - Integrated with KTM Komuter Port Klang Line at Klang 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 2020, 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 Centr

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 population of 450k workers and 50k tertiary students in the Western Corridor of Klang Valley.