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KTM Komuter

KTM Class 92 Trainset (SCS 26)

KTM Komuter is a commuter rail service offered by KTM Berhad.

Stations / Stops

coming soon

Fare information

No fare information is made available to the public at this time.

KTM Berhad Customer Service

You can reach out to KTM Berhad using the following communication channels:

Phone number (call center): +60 3 2267 1200

E-mail: callcenter@ktmb.com.my

Website: https://www.ktmb.com.my

Facebook page (https://web.facebook.com/ktmberhad): As of 8 May 2020, their Facebook page has 131,062 likes and 146,385 followers.

Twitter (https://twitter.com/ktm_berhad): As of 8 May 2020, their Twitter page has more than 49,700 followers.

Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/ktmbofficial): As of 8 May 2020, their Instagram page has over 33,300 followers and 2,207 posts.

YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/KTMBRailChannel): As of 8 May 2020, their YouTube page has 756 subscribers. The first video was posted on 14 July 2019.

History

It was introduced in 1995 to combat congestion in the Klang Valley metropolitan area as well as connecting Kuala Lumpur to neighbouring cities.

2010, 29 July: Batu Caves – Sentul route begins operation

2007, 21 April: Rawang – Tanjung Malim (shuttle) route begins operation

1995, 14 August: Rawang – Seremban and Sentul – Port Klang route begins operation

Rolling stock

When KTM Komuter was first introduced, KTM Berhad uses KTM Class 81, KTM Class 82 and KTM Class 83 EMUs for the service.

Currently, all KTM Komuter services in Klang Valley area uses KTM Class 92.

Future plans

coming soon

Accidents and incidents

  1. 2013-11-01 – Derailment, no fatalities

Sources

  1. KTMB official website