MRT Putrajaya Line

Putrajaya Sentral MRT Station
Sentul Barat MRT Station
Sri Damansara Sentral MRT Station
Sri Damansara Timur MRT Station
Metro Prima MRT Station
Kepong Baru MRT Station
Jinjang MRT Station
Sri Delima MRT Station
Kampung Batu MRT Station
Hospital Kuala Lumpur MRT Station
Kuchai MRT Station
Conlay MRT Station

About MRT Putrajaya Line

The MRT Putrajaya Line (previously known as Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya Line) is the second line of Klang Valley MRT Project. The Putrajaya Line has 36 stations of which 9 are underground. As planned, there will be 10 interchange stations and connecting stations, making it more convenient for commuters to transfer from the Putrajaya Line to existing and future rail lines.

Phase I of the Putrajaya Line from Damansara Damai to Kampung Batu completed and began operations on 16 June 2022. The Phase II, from Kentonmen to Putrajaya Sentral started operation on 16 March 2023 under phase two operations of the line.

Along the Putrajaya Line, there are 16 stations that have Park and Ride facilities.

Stations in MRT Putrajaya Line

Kwasa Damansara
Kampung Selamat*
Sungai Buloh*
Damansara Damai
Sri Damansara Barat
Sri Damansara Sentral
Sri Damansara Timur
Metro Prima
Kepong Baru
Sri Delima
Kampung Batu

Jalan Ipoh
Sentul Barat
Hospital Kuala Lumpur
Raja Uda
Ampang Park
Persiaran KLCC
Tun Razak Exchange (TRX)
Chan Sow Lin
Bandar Malaysia Utara**
Bandar Malaysia Selatan**

Taman Naga Emas
Sungai Besi
Serdang Raya Utara
Serdang Raya Selatan
Serdang Jaya
Taman Equine
Putra Permai
16 Sierra
Cyberjaya Utara
Cyberjaya City Centre
Putrajaya Sentral

* Kampung Selamat Station and Sungai Buloh Station have be part of the MRT Putrajaya Line on 16 June 2022 when Phase 1 begins operations, while Kwasa Damansara Station has become the terminal and interchange station for both the MRT Putrajaya Line and MRT Kajang Line.

** While the Putrajaya Line was completed and started operations on 16 March 2023, these stations will not be included in the opening, following the mothballing of the Bandar Malaysia project and the cancellation of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail project.

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