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REVISED KTM KOMUTER SCHEDULE
Dear valued customers,
Beginning 18th June 2012, KTM Komuter will operate with some changes on scheduling of departure time for all routes. The changes are made to adjust the use of both Three-Car Set and Six-Car Set MyKomuter which introduced previously on March.
However the service retained existing frequency every 15 minutes during peak hours for the sector between the Batu Caves – Klang and Bangi – Sungai Buloh. Frequency of other sectors remained every 30 minutes throughout the day.
Along with the implementation of this new schedule, the Six-Car Set MyKomuter will begin its service from Sungai Gadut to Rawang and from Rawang to Sungai Gadut.
Footnote : You may refer to the attachment for more info.
Taken from KTMB Official Website
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The Star Online
Published: Thursday April 15, 2010 MYT 9:06:00 PM
Updated: Thursday April 15, 2010 MYT 9:07:04 PM
More KTM Komuter stations to have facilities for the disabled
by CHRISTINA TAN
KUALA LUMPUR: Access for the disabled will be improved in 10 more KTM Komuter stations, at an estimated cost of RM20mil, under the 10th Malaysian Plan.
Transport Minister Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat said the Government was determined to ensure sufficient public transportation facilities for the physically-challenged group.
The stations are Kepong, Batu Tiga, Klang, UKM, Bangi, Kuala Lumpur, Tanjung Malim, Putra, Nilai and Padang Jawa.
Upgrades to five stations – Bandar Tasik Selatan, Serdang, Shah Alam, Rawang and Sungai Buloh – were near completion, he added.
A total of RM10mil was allocated under the Ninth Malaysian Plan to build lifts, ramps for wheelchairs, special toilets and parking lots at these five stations, he said.
Ong said the upgrading project was being extended to other public transportations such as airlines and bus services.
“I was also on wheelchair before and I know how they feel and need for the facilities,” he said, after visiting Sungai Buloh and Serendah Komuter stations Thursday.
Meanwhile, Ong said the ministry was also exploring the possibility of modifying existing railway tracks in the country to accommodate high-speed trains.
He said existing tracks, suitable for trains running at not more than 140kph, were too narrow for high-speed trains that could reach between 320kph and 350kph.
LANDASAN: Nampaknya kerajaan kita sudah semakin prihatin akan nasib golongan kurang upaya. Hari demi hari, kita pasti mendengar liputan media berkenaan masalah-masalah yang dialami golongan OKU. Baguslah, satu pencapaian yang semakin baik untuk negara kita.
Tidak kisah, siapa yang memerintah. Asalkan minda masyarakat semakin terbuka dan ilmu dalam dada semakin banyak, sudah cukup baik.
Nampaknya juga KTMB semakin mendapat perhatian pihak kerajaan. Saya amat gembira dengan pengkhabaran ini. Harapan saya agar KTMB terus dibantu bagi memastikan kelangsungan nyawanya seiring dengan penyedia perkhidmatan transit yang lain.
Commencing August 01, 2009, KTM Komuter passengers from Tanjung Malim, Kuala Kubu Bharu, Rasa, Batang Kali and Serendah can enjoy train rides with great discounts using ‘Special Monthly Pass’ for journeys to Kuala Lumpur. This offer is intended to introduce KTM Komuter Service as the main mode of transportation for the public to commute to and from Kuala Lumpur. The monthly pass offers a reduced fare rate and will be available for sale for the period of five months starting August to December 2009.
The Special Monthly Pass will be sold starting from July 27, 2009 everyday at these stations:
- Tanjung Malim;
- Kuala Kubu Bharu;
- Batang Kali;
- Serendah; and
- Sentral KL.
The monthly pass is offered at the same price for all five stations stated above. The offered price is as follows:
- RM170.00 a month for the period of August to October 2009 and
- RM200.00 a month for the period of November to December 2009.
For more information, please contact KTMB Call Centre at 03-22671200 or inquire at any KTM Komuter stations near you.
Issued by Corporate Communications Unit,
Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad
Date: 27 July 2009