MRT Putrajaya Line fully opens March 16, 3pm – 57.7km from Kwasa Damansara to Putrajaya Sentral

MRT Putrajaya Line fully opens March 16, 3pm – 57.7km from Kwasa Damansara to Putrajaya Sentral

Click to enlarge MRT Putrajaya Line station list

After running on Phase One with 12 stations since June 2022, the full route of the MRT Putrajaya Line will finally be fully open on March 16 2023 at 3pm.

The full line is 57.7 km long from the Kwasa Damansara station all the way to Putrajaya Sentral station, with 36 stations along the way. There are another 5 stations planned for future use which are RRI, Bandar Malaysia Utara, Bandar Malaysia Selatan, Taman Teknologi and Taman Universiti. Of the total 57.7 km length, 44.2 km is elevated while 13.5 km is underground.

There are a total of interchanges stations with other lines along the way. For example, you can interchange with the MRT Kajang Line at Kwasa Damansara and TRX stations. Sungai Buloh and Sri Damansara Timur stations interchange with KTM Komuter. From Putrajaya Sentral, you will be able to take the ERL (KLIA Express) to KLIA/KLIA2. For a full list of interchange stations, please refer to the MRT Putrajaya Line map above, or the full Klang Valley integrated map below.

Each train set on the MRT Putrajaya Line will have four cars, and train frequency is designed to be 4 minutes during peak hours and 6 minutes during off peak hours.

Many in the south of the Klang Valley have been eagerly awaiting the opening of the full line. Are you glad it’s finally going to be fully open?

MRT Putrajaya Line fully opens March 16, 3pm – 57.7km from Kwasa Damansara to Putrajaya Sentral

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Comments

  • Casual reader on Mar 04, 2023 at 10:36 am

    Started by Najib, delayed by Madey, restarted by Moideen, nearly finished by Sabri, goodwill kena makan by Anwar.
    It is no wonder our country went nowhere ever since BN fell.

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  • Malaysian TropikFusion on Mar 04, 2023 at 12:44 pm

    They should at least announce how long it’s going to take to get from one end to the other.

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  • Runn. on Mar 04, 2023 at 1:52 pm

    Hopefully all the elevator and lifts are consistantly at faster speed than those used in LRT stations.

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  • Mohd Zainudin Badarudin on Mar 05, 2023 at 7:46 am

    What is the time taken to travel the entire route? I’d imagine it may take more than an hour. Hopefully there will be another alternate way, that going the opposite direction (two-way) or limited see tops for shorter time travel.

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  • ZaxxWylde on Mar 06, 2023 at 9:25 am

    Total distant = 57.7 km.
    Ave train speed = 70 km/hr
    Total stops = 35min (1min/st)
    Total commute time (KwasaD – Putrajaya)
    = (57.7 / 70) + 35 = 84.5 min. I guess.

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  • Local guy on Mar 06, 2023 at 11:27 am

    We are missing the middle ring connectivity seriously. Kudos for completing MRT1, 2,

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  • Augustine Raj waiting eagerly for the opening on Mar 09, 2023 at 5:00 pm

    Eagerly waiting for the opening

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