The Rapid Rail network contains two light metro lines comprising the Ampang Line LRT and Kelana Jaya Line LRT, with the KL Monorail line being the other major component of the network. This rail network serving a large part of the Kuala Lumpur metropolitan area - the heartland of Malaysia's industry and commerce.


The two LRT Lines operate on standard gauge (1,435 mm) rail, while the KL Monorail operates on an ALWEG straddle beam. Train services operate from 6.00 a.m and typically end before midnight daily, with frequencies varying from approximately 3 minutes during peak hours to 14 minutes during non-peak hours.

Ampang Line LRT

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Ampang Line LRT Route Map

Kelana Jaya Line LRT

Kelana Jaya Line LRT Route Map

KL Monorail Line

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KL Monorail Line Route Map



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Prasarana Malaysia Berhad announces the new distance-based fare structure for LRT & Monorail train services effective from 2 Dec 2015.


Full Integration of Two LRT Lines

On 28 November 2011, the Ampang Line and the Kelana Jaya Line were integrated with a single ticketing system, allowing commuters to transfer from one line to another at Masjid Jamek station without the need to buy a new ticket.

Masjid Jamek LRT Station
Ampang Line station
Interchange for Ampang Line to Kelana Jaya Line
6:00am - 11:20pm
Masjid Jamek LRT Station
Kelana Jaya Line station
Near Masjid Jamek in central Kuala Lumpur
6:00am - 12:00am (Mon - Sat) / 6:00am - 11:30pm (Sun, PH)

Integration with KL Monorail

Further integration of the Ampang Line LRT to the KL Monorail was achieved on 1 March 2012 when the "paid-up" or restricted areas of the Hang Tuah LRT and Hang Tuah monorail stations, and also at the Titiwangsa LRT and Titiwangsa monorail stations, were physically linked up, allowing transfers without exiting the system.

Hang Tuah LRT Station
Ampang Line station
Northwestern tip of Pudu district, near National Stadium
6:00am - 11:10pm
Titiwangsa LRT Station
Ampang Line station
Jalan Tun Razak, near Pekeliling Bus Terminal
6:00am - 11:15pm
For the Kelana Jaya Line LRT, the passenger can switch to KL Monorail by stopping at the KL Sentral station or the Dang Wangi station then walk a short distance to the Monorail station.

KL Sentral LRT Station
Kelana Jaya Line station
Located within the Stesen Sentral Kuala Lumpur
6:00am - 11:55pm (Mon - Sat)
6:00am - 11:25pm (Sun, PH)
Dang Wangi LRT Station
Kelana Jaya Line station
Along Jalan Ampang, Bukit Nanas, Jalan Dang Wangi
6:00am - 12:00am (Mon - Sat)
6:00am - 11:30pm (Sun, PH)


Ampang Line LRT

The Ampang Line LRT (Ampang Branch) begins at Ampang station, while the Ampang Line LRT (Sri Petaling Branch) begins at Sri Petaling station. Both lines converge at Chan Sow Lin station; the merged line leads to the north, terminating at Sentul Timur station.

The Ampang to Sultan Ismail station was the first phase of the system to open, on 16 December 1995, with the second stretch from Chan Sow Lin station to Sri Petaling station operational on 11 July 1998, primarily for accessibility to the National Sports Complex during the 1998 Commonwealth Games via the Bukit Jalil station. The section between Sultan Ismail station and Sentul Timur station opened on 6 December 1998.

The line between Plaza Rakyat station and Sentul Timur station is an elevated railway, running along the Gombak River between Bandaraya station and Titiwangsa station. The Chan Sow Lin - Ampang line is primarily at surface level, using a previously disused railway formation, while the Chan Sow Lin - Plaza Rakyat line and the Sri Petaling - Chan Sow Lin line use a combination of surface-level and elevated tracks. There are no underground sections.

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Kelana Jaya Line LRT

The Kelana Jaya Line LRT's stations are aligned in a north-south direction, consists primarily of elevated stops and a handful of underground and at-grade stations. It consists of a single line from Kelana Jaya to Gombak that primarily serves the Petaling Jaya region to the south; southwest and central Kuala Lumpur, and Kuala Lumpur City Centre to the centre; and various low density residential areas further north in Kuala Lumpur.

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