KTM Komuter is a commuter rail service brand in Malaysia operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM). It was introduced in 1995 to provide local rail services in Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding suburban areas in the Klang Valley. With a comprehensive timetable, Komuter Malaysia has been reliably serving residents in the Klang Valley
The service was then introduced in the northern Peninsular Malaysia states of Kedah, Perak and Pulau Pinang in September 2015 after the completion of the Ipoh-Padang Besar Electrification and Double-Tracking Project.
The trains used are air-conditioned electric multiple units. Convenient 'Park & Ride' facilities are provided at stations at a nominal charge.Read More..
4 major routes for KTM Komuter trains:
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Komuter Route Infographic
New Timetable - Effective 1st January 2019
Timetable - Effective 28th October 2018
Timetable Effective 25th July 2018
Timetable Effective 18th September 2018
Shuttle Bus Schedule
Concession & discount available for KTM Komuter:
In recognizing the cycling trend among Malaysians, KTM Komuter launched Ride n’ Ride on 1 June 2016.
Ride n’ Ride will enable cyclists to carry their bicycles on board the trains and then reach their own workplace, college, schools, universities etc. The product has received significant public attention and many events with cyclists associations are in the pipeline.
Effective and efficient public transportation services are crucial to attract more people to use it. An efficient schedule time for the KTM Komuter will assist in reducing traffic congestion.
A new timetable for Komuter Malaysia is currently available. Please click on the document below to get more information about the latest available KTM Komuter timetable and fares.
The Ladies Coach is a coach specially reserved for lady passengers as an option when using the KTM Komuter Service. The Ladies Coach was first implemented in KTMB on 28 April 2010 after considering that women comprise 60% of total KTM Komuter ridership.