The KTM Komuter train service is the first electrified commuter train service in Malaysia with rail network consists of the Tanjung Malim - Port Klang Line, Batu Caves - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line and the Skypark LInk.
This KTM Komuter railway network covers 57 stations with more than 270km length of rail tracks.
Using the KTM Komuter? The following tool can give you suggestions on how to use the KTM Komuter services to get to your destination. Also, it provides you the time estimate and corresponding train fare.
★ To start, select the entry station and the exit station, then click the Check Route & Fare button...
Connection to other rail systems...
Being one of the key components for the Klang Valley Intergrated Rail System, the KTM Komuter is tightly integrated with other rail systems.
Connection can be made at specific KTM Komuter stations, click any of the following link for more info...
- To go to Transportation Hubs in Kuala Lumpur (KL Sentral and Terminal Bersepadu Selatan / TBS)
- To transfer between KTM Lines ( Tanjung Malim - Port Klang Line ⇄ Batu Caves - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line)
- To connect to LRT Rail Network ( Ampang Line LRT, Sri Petaling Line LRT and Kelana Jaya Line LRT)
- To connect to MRT Kajang Line
- To connect to Express Rail Link (ERL) ( KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit) to KLIA / klia2
- To go to Subang Skypark Terminal (via Skypark Link)
Inter-connectivity with other rail systems
The KTM Komuter is an important component of the Integrated Klang Valley Rail Transit System.
Some of the KTM Komuter stations are connected to other rail systems such as the Express Rail Link (ERL), the Light Rapid Transit (LRT), the KL Monorail, the MRT Kajang line and the MRT Putrajaya Line within short walking distance.
However, the fare integration for the entire Klang Valley rail network system is still incomplete as such the passengers on the KTM Komuter will have to buy a new ticket each time (make a new fare payment) they switch from KTM Komuter to other rail systems.
The Integrated Cashless Payment System (ICPS) is currently in development.
Go to Transportation Hubs in Kuala Lumpur
You can use the KTM Komuter to go the Transportation Hubs (KL Sentral and Terminal Bersepadu Selatan / TBS) in the Kuala Lumpur city area.
Transfer between KTM Komuter Lines
Transfers between the two KTM Komuter lines (Port Klang Line and Seremban Line) can be done at the following stations easily:
Connect to LRT rail network
To transfer between the KTM Komuter and the LRT network, these are the stations accommodate easy transfer within short walking distance.
Connect to MRT Kajang Line
To transfer between the KTM Komuter and the MRT Kajang Line, these are the KTM stations that accommodate easy transfer to MRT station within short walking distance.
Connect to Express Rail Link (ERL) train to go KLIA / klia2
Go to Subang Skypark Terminal with the Skypark Link
The Skypark Link is a convenient, time saving and affordable train service that connects you from the KL Sentral KTM station, to the Subang Jaya KTM station, and finally and finally to the Terminal Skypark station near the Subang Skypark Terminal.
The 2 main routes (vice-versa) are firstly the KL Sentral - Skypark Terminal route with 26km travel distance and secondly the Subang Jaya – Skypark Terminal route with 9km travel distance.
As the second airport rail link service, the Skypark Link route map transports passengers from KL Sentral to the Subang Airport.
|Fare types||Route (station)|
|KL Sentral - Terminal Skypark||KL Sentral - Subang Jaya||Subang Jaya - Terminal Skypark|
|Adult - Cash (RM)||4.00||2.90||2.20|
|Adult - Cashless (RM)||3.50||2.60||2.00|
The Skypark Line consists of sets of 3 coaches with more than 30 trips per day at 60 minutes intervals. Maximum top speed is at 100 km/h.
The following is the train schedule for the Skypark Link. For latest updates, please review the official schedule.
Overview of KTM Komuter’s stations
The KTM Komuter is the first electrified commuter train service in Malaysia. Its train network covers more than 270km length of rail tracks and connects 57 stations to provide passengers a convenient local rail service connectivity throughout Kuala Lumpur and surrounding areas of the Klang Valley.
The KTM Komuter network consists of the Tanjung Malim - Port Klang Line and Batu Caves - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line, plus the new Skypark Link introduced in 2018.If you are on the KTM Komuter, you can:
- Go to KLIA / klia2
- Go to Subang Skypark Terminal
- Transfer between KTM Lines
- Switch to Ampang / Sri Petaling Line LRT
- Switch to Kelana Jaya Line LRT
- Switch to MRT Kajang line
- Switch to Express Rail Links
Tanjung Malim - Port Klang Line KTM stations
The Tanjung Malim - Port Klang Line KTM Komuter covers 131km of rail tracks with 34 stations.
Batu Caves - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line KTM stations
The Batu Caves - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line KTM Komuter covers 135km of rail tracks with 26 stations.
|Batu Caves - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line|
|KA04||Putra ⇄ AG4 SP4|
|KA03||Bank Negara ⇄ AG6 SP6|
|KA02||Kuala Lumpur ⇄ KJ14 SBK16|
|KA01||KL Sentral ⇄ KJ15 MR1 ERL SBK15|
|KB01||Mid Valley ⇄ KD01|
|KB04||Bandar Tasik Selatan ⇄ SP15 ERL|
|KB06||Kajang ⇄ SBK31|
|KB10||Nilai ⇄ Airport Liner ⇄ KLIA / klia2|
Skypark Link KTM stations
The Skypark Link route covers 3 main stations which are KL Sentral, Subang Jaya and Terminal Skypark station.
|KS01||KL Sentral KTM station|
|KS02||Subang Jaya KTM station|
|KS03||Terminal Skypark station|
Klang Valley Integrated Railway Transit System
The Klang Valley Integrated Transit System consists of KTM Komuter rail line, Ampang Line LRT, the Sri Petaling Line LRT, the Kelana Jaya Line LRT, the KL Monorail, one bus rapid transit line and KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit airport rail links to Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
The MRT-based public transport network, 51km MRT Kajang Line, was integrated to the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) project in 2017, together with the existing Light Rapid Transit (LRTs), the Monorail, the KTM Komuter, the KLIA Ekspres and the KLIA Transit systems, to form the backbone of seamless connectivity in the Greater Kuala Lumpur / Klang Valley region.
The MRT Putrajaya Line is the second line of the KVMRT Project to be developed after the successful completion of first line — MRT Kajang Line in July 2017. The MRT Putrajaya line Phase 1 will start operations from 3pm on Thursday, 16th June 2022.
The Klang Valley Integrated Transit System consists of the following rail systems that operate seamlessly together:★ Wanna do another check?