Petaling KTM Komuter Station

About the Station

The Petaling KTM Komuter Station is a KTM commuter train station on Port Klang Line. The Station exist as early as 1885, after redevelopment, the Station was reopened on 1995 to catered the KTM Komuter. The Petaling Station was built to cater the traffic in Petaling Jaya and named after the township, the Station also received passengers from as far Old Klang Road, Puchong and its surroundings.

The Petaling Station usually busy during rush hours, public holidays and weekends as it is used by worker to reach offices. It is also used by school children as many schools are situated in this area. The oldest Hindu temple in this region, the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple also within walking distance to this station.

Petaling KTM Komuter Station is accessible via RapidKL bus.

Station Facilities

• Side & Island Platform
• Public Toilets
• Bus Stop

• Ticket Vending Machine
• Customer Service Office
• Drinks Vending Machine

Around the Station

Within walking distance from this Station, you can find this:

• Sri Maha Mariamman Temple

Station Information

Station ID  KD04 
Address Jalan Kampung Pasir, Petaling, Kuala Lumpur
Lines Port Klang Line
Platforms 1 Side Platform & 1 Island Platform
Tracks Quad Tracks
Parking Available
Tickets Ticketing Counters & Vending Machines
Counter Open 6.00 am - 10.00 pm

folder_open   Port Klang Line (KTM Komuter)