The Putra KTM station is a Malaysian commuter train halt in Kuala Lumpur named in part after the Putra World Trade Centre located nearby.
Putra KTM station is located within walking distnace to the obsolete Putra Bus Terminal (closed on 1 December 2014) and the PWTC LRT station.
The Putra station halt forms part of a common KTM Komuter railway line shared by both the Rawang-Seremban Route and the Sentul-Port Klang Route.
The Putra KTM station has two side platforms at either side of two electrified railway tracks.
Because of its specific use as a Komuter stop, Putra station is merely a designated halt with a single two-room building housing limited staff members, and originally designed to offer only ticketing services, including both manual and ticket vending machines, and fare gates.
The halt is also the northernmost station in the KTM Komuter network where trains from both the Rawang-Seremban Route and the Sentul-Port Klang Route stop.
A footbridge was included to link both platforms.
The following facilities and services are available at this station.
- Touch N Go Lane
- Ticket Counter
- Ticket Vending Machine
Due to its location close to a major roadway (Jalan Kuching), the halt also features one unusually narrow platform.
The halt underwent upgrading of a platform canopy in mid-2007.
Location of Putra KTM Station
The station is located near the Putra World Trade Centre. It is also located within walking distnace to the obsolete Putra Bus Terminal and the PWTC LRT station.
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Putra KTM Station Fact Sheet
|Name||Putra station (KA04)|
|Address||Perhentian KTMB Putra, Jalan Tun Ismail 50480 Kuala Lumpur|
|Hours||5.30 am – 10.00 pm|
|Reference||Putra (KTM Komuter) on wikipedia|
|Statistics||2 side platforms, 2 Tracks|
|Lines||Rawang-Seremban Route and Sentul-Port Klang Route (KTM Komuter), 1995 to present|
Summary of stations for the KTM Komuter
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 Sungai Buloh – 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.
Skypark Link KTM stations
The Skypark Link transports passengers from KL Sentral to the Subang Airport. The Skypark Link route covers 3 main stations which are KL Sentral, Subang Jaya and Terminal Skypark station.
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