Putrajaya Line MRT, also known as the MRT Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line, is one of the latest additions to Kuala Lumpur’s rapidly expanding public transportation network. The MRT line covers a distance of 57.7 km, connecting Sungai Buloh in the northwest to Putrajaya in the southeast, and includes a total of 36 stations. In this article, we will explore the commercial areas, new stations benefiting commuters, convenience, and the different areas and transit options available along the Putrajaya Line MRT.
One of the primary benefits of the Putrajaya Line MRT is the access it provides to different commercial areas in Kuala Lumpur. The MRT line connects to popular commercial areas such as the Ampang Park, Persiaran KLCC, Tun Razak Exchange (TRX), and Conlay. These commercial areas are home to various offices, shopping centers, and dining options, making them an ideal location for both business and leisure.
New Stations Benefiting People Commuting to Work:
The Putrajaya Line MRT has opened several new stations that benefit people commuting to work. For instance, the MRT line connects to TRX, which is a rapidly growing financial district in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The MRT station at TRX is expected to be a major transportation hub, connecting commuters to various other modes of transportation, including the existing MRT lines and bus networks.
The Putrajaya Line MRT provides commuters with a more convenient mode of transportation, enabling them to avoid traffic congestion and save time. The MRT line is also air-conditioned, making it a more comfortable option for commuters, especially during hot and humid weather. The trains run frequently, providing commuters with a reliable and efficient transportation option.
The Ampang Park MRT Station:
This station is located underground of former Ampang Park Shopping Centre along Jalan, near the Jalan Tun Razak intersection. The station provides convenient access to the various shopping centre such as the Intermark Mall and The Linc KL which is home to various retail outlets and dining options and Double Tree by Hilton Hotel. Additionally, this station is close to the US embassy, the Singapore High Commission, the Canadian High Commission, and the British High Commission which are all located in the area of Jalan Tun Razak called “Embassy Row”. This station will benefit those who commute to surrounding office buildings such as Plaza OSK, Megan Avanue 1, G Tower, Menara Binjai, Menara Citibank, Integra Tower, Vista Tower, KL Trillion, Wisma UniRazak, etc.. This station is also interchange station with the LRT Kelana Jaya Line.
Persiaran KLCC MRT Station:
The Persiaran KLCC MRT station at Persiaran KLCC provides access to one of the most iconic landmarks in Kuala Lumpur, the Petronas Twin Towers and the KLCC Park, making it an ideal location for tourists and locals alike. This new station will also be convenient to many who commute to work in nearby buildings such as Ilham Tower, Menara Felda, Naza Tower and Menara Tan & Tan.
Conlay MRT Station:
The Conlay MRT station is located near the Conlay area, which is a popular destination for luxury hotels and residential buildings. The station provides convenient access to these facilities, making it an ideal location for those who work or reside in the area.
Tun Razak Exchange MRT Station:
Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) MRT station is expected to be a popular transportation hub interchange between the Kajang Line and Putrajaya Line. The station is integrated within the TRX Development itself, interconnecting with the rapidly growing financial district where the iconic tower of Exchange 106, Menara Prudential, Menara Affin, Menara IQ (HSBC HQ) is located. The 10-acre public green TRX Central Park located on the rooftop of the mall interlinking The Exchange 106 and the station.
TRX is also within walking proximity to Bukit Bintang and high rise offices such as Menara Public Gold, Menara AA, Wisma Technip and RHB Bank Head Office. Several high end residential such as The Forum Condominium and Bintang Goldhill property are also within the vicinity.
Cyberjaya and Putrajaya:
The Putrajaya Line MRT connects to both Cyberjaya and Putrajaya, which are popular locations for government offices and business centers. The MRT line provides commuters with a convenient and efficient mode of transportation, helping to ease traffic congestion and save time.
The Putrajaya Line MRT connects to the Express Rail Link (ERL) transit system, which provides a direct link to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). The ERL transit system is an efficient and convenient mode of transportation for those traveling to and from the airport.
In conclusion, the Putrajaya Line MRT is a vital addition to Kuala Lumpur’s public transportation network. in the years to come.