The KTM Komuter train service is the first electrified commuter train service in Malaysia with rail network of 57 stations that cover more than 280km length of railway. To check the KTM Komuter fare, enter the starting station and the stopping station, then press the Check Fare button.
|The KTM Komuter fare from Pelabuhan Klang KTM station to Batu Caves KTM station »»|
|Pelabuhan Klang KTM station|
|Batu Caves KTM station|
|RM 6.60 (Cashless)|
|RM 7.70 (Cash) Check again?|
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Inter-connection of KTM Komuter 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 stations of other rail systems such as the Light Rapid Transit (LRT), the KL Monorail, and Sungai Buloh - Kajang line MRT within short walking distance.
Use KTM Komuter to go to Transportation Hub
You can use the KTM Komuter to go the Transportation Hub in the Kuala Lumpur city area.
Transfer between KTM 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 Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line
To transfer between the KTM Komuter and the MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line, these are the stations accommodate easy transfer within short walking distance.
Connect to Express Rail Link (ERL) Train
Overview of KTM Komuter’s stations
The KTM Komuter network consists of two lines namely the Port Klang line and Seremban line. It covers more than 280km length of rail network that has 59 stations.
The following diagram shows how the KTM Komuter stations integrate with other rail systems to complete the Greater KL / Klang Valley Integrated Transit System.
|KTM Komuter Route Map|
Klang Valley Rail Transit Map
The Klang Valley Integrated Transit System consists of KTM Komuter rail line, Ampang Line LRT, Sri Petaling Line LRT, Kelana Jaya Line LRT, KL Monorail, one bus rapid transit line and KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit airport rail links to Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
The latest edition to the integrated transit system is the MRT Sungai Buloh - Kajang line in 2017.
The Klang Valley Integrated Transit System consists of the following rail systems that operate seamlessly together: