Bandar Malaysia Selatan MRT station is an underground MRT station on the MRT Putrajaya Line. It is intended to serve the future development of Bandar Malaysia in Salak Selatan, Kuala Lumpur.
The MRT station, along with the adjacent Bandar Malaysia Utara MRT station, are currently mothballed as future infill stations; trains running between Chan Sow Lin MRT station and Kuchai MRT station will pass through Bandar Malaysia but will not stop here.
|Stations for MRT Putrajaya Line
|Chan Sow Lin
|↱ ⇄ Chan Sow Lin
|Bandar Malaysia Utara (provision)
|Bandar Malaysia Selatan (provision)
While the MRT Putrajaya Line has start operations on 16 March 2023, the ground level of the Bandar Malaysia Selatan station is not avaiable to the public until further notice.
The station is planned to serve as a gateway to Kuala Lumpur with the proposed Kuala Lumpur–Singapore High Speed Rail from Singapore, as well as a secondary transport hub after KL Sentral, connecting KLIA Transit, KTM Komuter and the MRT Putrajaya Line.
It will also primarily serve the southern half of Bandar Malaysia, with the north being served by Bandar Malaysia Selatan MRT station.
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Bandar Malaysia Selatan station is built at the former Air Force Base besides Sungai Besi Highway. It is close to the intersection of PLUS toll road and Jalan Istana (part of the Besraya toll road).
Facilities and services
Bandar Malaysia Selatan station provides following facilities and services at the station for the convenience of the passengers.
- Feeder Bus
- Public Toilets
- Ticket Vending Machine
- Customer Service Office
The following disabled-friendly facilities can be found at the Bandar Malaysia Selatan station.
- Ramp access
- Tactile tiles
- Braille for the lift buttons
- Low counters for wheel chair users
- Low lift buttons for wheel chair users
- Disabled-friendly toilets
- Staff at stations to provide assistance
|Bandar Malaysia Selatan MRT station
|Bandar Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
|MRT Putrajaya Line
|16 March 2023
|Bandar Malaysia Selatan MRT station on wikipedia
MRT stations of MRT Putrajaya Line
The MRT Putrajaya alignment spans a total length of 57.7km, consisting of 44.2km of elevated tracks and 13.5km running through underground tunnels. It has 39 operational stations of which 30 stations are elevated stations and 9 underground stations.
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