Seremban KTM Komuter Station
About The Station
The Seremban Railway Station is a Malaysian railway station on the west end of Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. The Station was opened as early as 1910, it was renovated and electrified on 1995 when KTM Komuter launched its service to this Station.
The Station is named after Seremban, capital city of Negeri Sembilan. The station serves the North-South Line of the KTM Intercity train services, as well as KTM Komuter train services introduced in 1995.
The Station contains three platforms connected by a link bridge. Because the station serves as a terminal stop of the KTM Komuter commuter train service, only one line is needed for the service, used as a final stop for its southbound journey and the beginning of its northbound journey (like most EMUs, the KTM Komuter rolling stock is capable of moving backwards or forwards).
Komuter trains stop only at platform 1, a side platform directly adjoining the station building. Platforms 2 and 3 are situated on an island platform covered by a metal-framed and wooden shade, and serve Intercity train services that travel in either direction.
The Seremban Station is the southern terminal station of the KTM Komuter's Seremban Line before it was extended to Sungai Gadut in May 2011. Both the Senawang and Sg Gadut Stations are located along the 98km Seremban-Gemas rail route.
There are taxi stand and bus stop in front of the Station. There is multi storey car park available next to the Station.
• Side & Island Platform
• Ticket Vending Machine
|Address||Jalan Tuanku Antah, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan|
|Lines||Seremban Line (KTM Komuter)|
|Platforms||1 Side Platforms & 1 Island Platform|
|Tickets||Ticketing Counters & Vending Machines|
|Counter Open||5.00 am - 10.30 pm|
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