KLIA Transit is a rapid transit service designed specially for commuters and airport personnel to travel to KLIA2.
|Bandar Tasik Selatan||0440|
|Putrajaya & Cyberjaya||0452|
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|Putrajaya & Cyberjaya||0022|
|Putrajaya & Cyberjaya||0608|
|Bandar Tasik Selatan||0620|
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|Sector||KL Sentral||Bandar Tasik Selatan||Putrajaya & Cyberjaya||Salak Tinggi||KLIA|
|Bandar Tasik Selatan||4.20
|Putrajaya & Cyberjaya||9.50
Adult Fare | Child Fare
With an impeccable on-time train service performance, KLIA Transit is the ideal mode of transport to work everyday.
Whether you are travelling from Cheras or from Putrajaya, there will be no hassle of delay because of traffic jam or any other reasons to be late.
KLIA Transit departs every half-an-hour from KL Sentral and KLIA terminals. Total journey time from end stations is 35 minutes only. Fares are based on distance travelled. Tickets can be purchased through ticket vending machines and ticket counters at station.
The Express Rail Link Stations are nodes constructed along the rail path between the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the city centre.
The rail system itself consists of a transport corridor meandering through agricultural land and cut through plantations as it connects the city to its transport hub. The rail link uses the existing KTMB rail system between Brickfields and Serdang, and then follows a new alignment between Serdang to the airport, allowing for a 160km/h operation of a high frequency train service.
The organic platform roof is the most dominant architectural feature. It is based on an abstraction of Islamic Arches and palm trees. The design of the structural steel elements was based on a synthesis of imagery from both Islamic culture and the culture of movement: streamlining set to built form. Source: gdparchitects.com.
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Express Rail Link Sdn. Bhd, Level 2, KL City Air Terminal,
KL Sentral Station 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.