LRT3 Bandar Utama-Klang rail project

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LRT3 Bandar Utama-Klang rail project – more details about planned route, list of station names revealed

More details about the Light Rail Transit 3 (LRT3) project have emerged, including the planned route, list of stations and their proposed layout plan as well as how the entire line will sit in place within the larger scope of the Klang Valley integrated transit map.

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Earlier, it was reported that construction of the line is set to begin in the first quarter of next year with a first quarter 2020 completion date. The line, which is scheduled to begin operation on August 31, 2020, will connect Bandar Utama, Damansara and Johan Setia, Klang.

A total of 25 stations are planned, with proposed sub-two kilometre distances between them. There will be one underground station in the line, with the other 24 being elevated stations, and of the total, 10 stations are expected to have park-and-ride facilities.

The LRT3 line will feature a number of integrated stations with paid-to-paid integration with those of other lines. Planned interchanges are the Bandar Utama MRT station (250 metre distance), Station 3 of the LRT Kelana Jaya Line (100 metres), the Pelabuhan Klang KTM station (450 metres) and two stations (SIRIM and Stadium in Shah Alam) on the KL-Klang BRT line.

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It was also revealed that the 36 km route alignment is expected to be finalised by the fourth quarter of this year. Ahead of its finalisation, there will be public inspections of the proposed route alignment available at Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam and Klang city councils; Kelana Jaya, Masjid Jamek and Pasar Seni LRT stations as well as the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) office from today, May 15 to August 14.

The public will be able to offer suggestions and comments on the route alignment at these locations during the three-month period.

Elsewhere, the provisional names of the stations along the route have also been revealed, though these are not yet determined to be final and subject to revision. They are:

1) Stesen One Utama
2) Stesen Damansara Utama
3) Stesen Tropicana
4) Stesen Lien Hoe
5) Stesen Dataran Prima
6) Stesen Persada Plus
7) Stesen Station 3
8) Stesen Temasya
9) Stesen Glenmarie
10) Stesen Grand Sentral Stadium
11) Stesen Persiaran Hisamuddin
12) Stesen Section 4
13) Stesen Sirim
14) Stesen UiTM
15) Stesen I-City
16) Stesen Bukit Raja
17) Stesen Kawasan 17
18) Stesen Jalan Meru
19) Stesen Klang
20) Stesen Taman Selatan
21) Stesen Sri Andalas
22) Stesen Tesco Bukit Tinggi
23) Stesen Aeon Bukit Tinggi
24) Stesen Bandar Botanik
25) Stesen Johan Setia

The LRT3 line is expected to serve around two million people in the Klang Valley, transporting around 70,000 passengers daily with an end-to-end journey time of 51 minutes. The first running trials will begin after the project is completed sometime in the first quarter of 2020.

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