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 accommodates 59 stations.
The KTM Komuter is a popular mode of transport to commute to Kuala Lumpur. Passengers of the KTM Komuter can rest in the comfort coaches while being taken to their destinations at very reasonable fares.
The KTM Komuter contributed RM146.2 million to group revenue in 2017, carrying a total of 37.235 million passengers.
The KTM Komuter trains used are air-conditioned electric multiple units (EMU).
Overview of KTM Komuter railway network
The KTM Komuter is the first electrified commuter train service in Malaysia. Its train network covers more than 280km length of railway network that accommodates 59 stations.
KTM Komuter’s tickets can be purchased at the ticketing counters or by using the self-service Ticket Vending Machine, which are available at all stations and halts.
Interchange with the LRT network can be done at Bandar Tasik Selatan station for the Sri Petaling line LRT, and at Subang Jaya station, Kuala Lumpur station or KL Sentral station for the Kelana Jaya line LRT.
Passengers may also transfer to the Ampang line LRT in the city centre at Bank Negara station by means of a 200-metre covered walk to the Bandaraya LRT station. Also, from the Putra station, the PWTC LRT station is about 1km away.
Passengers opt for the MRT network can perform the interchange at Sungai Buloh station to the Sungai Buloh MRT station, Kuala Lumpur station to the Pasar Seni MRT station, KL Sentral station to the Muzium Negara MRT station, and Kajang station to the Kajang MRT station.
KTM Komuter also services shopping complexes and recreational centres. The Mid Valley station opened in 2004 next to the Mid Valley Megamall. The Subang Parade and AEON BiG Subang Jaya are nearby Subang Jaya station and The MINES shopping mall is nearby Serdang station.
Check KTM Komuter fare
Using the KTM Komuter to travel to your destination? You can use the tool here to check the KTM Komuter fare.
Go to Shopping Malls
Go to KLIA / klia2 Airport
There is no direct connection from any KTM station to the airport.
Instead, after reaching the designated KTM station, you will have to make use of another mode of transportation to go to the airport.
Connect 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 lines (Port Klang Line & Seremban Line) can be done at some dedicated 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, som MRT stations accommodate easy transfer within short walking distance.
Connect to Express Rail Link (ERL) Train
Alternatively, passengers can stop at Bandar Tasik Selatan KTM station and walk over to the Bandar Tasik Selatan ERL station for KLIA Transit ERL train to the airport.
KTM Komuter’s integrations with other rail systems
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|
|Putra ⇄ AG4 SP4|
|Bank Negara ⇄ AG6 SP6|
|Kuala Lumpur ⇄ KJ14 SBK16|
|KL Sentral ⇄ KJ15 MR1 ERL SBK15|
|Bandar Tasik Selatan ⇄ SP15 ERL|
|Kajang ⇄ SBK31|
|Nilai ⇄ Airport Liner ⇄ KLIA / klia2|
KL / Klang Valley Integrated Transit System
Role of KTM Komuter in Greater KL / Klang Valley Integrated Transit System – For better visualization, you can review these rail lines, Line 1 – KTM Seremban Line and Line 2 – KTM Port Klang Line, on the following integrated transit map.
The Klang Valley Integrated Transit System consists of the following rail systems that operate seamlessly together: