MRT Putrajaya line launching today 16/3/2023

During peak weekday hours, trains will run at a frequency of every four to six minutes and seven to 10 minutes for non-peak hours. The frequency will be reduced on weekends to every seven to 15 minutes.

“For the start, we will run at five-minute intervals during peak hours,” Ramli said, adding that things will be adjusted once the service has been launched.

The MRT2 will have a total of ten stations connecting with other lines. Two of them are with Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) Komuter stations: Sungai Buloh, Kampung Batu, and Sri Damansara Timur (which connects to the Kepong Sentral KTM station).

Tun Razak Exchange and Kwasa Damansara will link to the MRT Kajang line, Ampang Park will connect to the LRT Kelana Jaya line, and Sungai Besi will let users switch to the LRT Sri Petaling line.


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