The Kepong Baru MRT station is a mass rapid transit (MRT) station that is built to serve the suburb of Kepong Baru in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur.
The station is located along Jalan Kepong. And it is just short 250 meters walk from the Buddhist temple called Jing Si Hall, affiliated with the Taiwanese Buddhist order Tzu Chi.
Like the other elevated stations on the line, this MRT station has a Serambi-style design with the Japanese zen designs.
The Kepong Baru MRT station is one of the stations being built as part of the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) project on the MRT Putrajaya Line.
It is scheduled to begin operations on 16 June 2022 as part of Phase One operations of the line.
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The Kepong Baru MRT station is located along Jalan Kepong. And it is just short 250 meters walk from the Buddhist temple called Jing Si Hall, affiliated with the Taiwanese Buddhist order Tzu Chi.
Facilities and services
The Kepong Baru MRT 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
- Island Platform
The following disabled-friendly facilities can be found at the Kepong Baru MRT 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
|Kepong Baru MRT station|
|Location||Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|Lines||MRT Putrajaya Line|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Opened||16 June 2022|
|Owned by||Rapid Rail|
|Reference||Kepong Baru station on wikipedia|
MRT stations of MRT Putrajaya Line
The MRT Putrajaya Line is the second line of the KVMRT Project to be developed after the successful completion of first line — MRT Kajang Line in July 2017.
The MRT Putrajaya alignment will have a 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 are elevated and 9 underground. A further 4 stations have been provided for the future.
|Stations for MRT Putrajaya Line|
|Kwasa Damansara ⇄|
|Sungai Buloh ⇄|
|Sri Damansara Barat|
|Sri Damansara Sentral ⇄|
|Sri Damansara Timur|
|Kampung Batu ⇄|
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