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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

RapidKL Bus Routes & Fare Table

All RapidKL bus tickets are ALL-DAY tickets. This simply means that you can enjoy unlimited rides on the same service (Local, Trunk, City or Express) and even in different areas for the whole day! This is valid if you are in Klang or even in Ampang, as long as you are on RapidKL network, keep using your ALL-DAY tickets!


An Explanation of the RapidKL Integrated Network of Klang Valley


Rapidkl bus route list & fare table

Termination of SEMUA and SEPADU TouchNGo daily pass

Petaling Jaya, 05 November 2008: Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras Sdn Bhd (RapidKL) will discontinue the issuance of SEMUA and SEPADU daily pass effective 1st December 2008.

RapidKL General Manager for Communications Division, Ebi Azly Abdullah said the demand for SEMUA and SEPADU daily pass, which is currently available via TouchNGo, is very low.

“Our statistics show that SEPADU is used by only 0.002 percent of RapidKL commuters while SEMUA is utilised by 0.005 percent of our total ridership,” he said in a statement issued here today.

Ebi said, commuters can still continue to enjoy discounted fares on RapidKL bus and LRT services by purchasing the Monthly Travel Cards (MTC), which will give them discounted fare for unlimited travel for one month.

The cost of the Monthly Travel Cards is as follows:
Integrated Monthly Travel Card For Bus and LRT RM135
Bus Monthly Travel Card For Bus only RM80
LRT Monthly Travel Card For LRT only RM100



Cost Comparison

By purchasing a MTC, commuters can save between RM40 to RM75 a month depending on their travel pattern. This is illustrated in the chart below:

Integrated Monthly Travel Card @ RM135
RM135 divided by 30 days = RM4.50 a day


SEPADU @ RM7
RM7 x 30 days = RM 210 a month


SAVINGS
RM75

Bus Monthly Travel Card @ RM80
RM80 divided by 30 days = RM2.67 a day


SEMUA @ RM4
RM4 x 30 days = RM120 a month


SAVINGS
RM40


For further information and clarification, commuters can visit the website, www.rapidkl.com.my or contact the Helpline at 03 – 7625 6999 (Monday – Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm). Commuters can also send us their feedback through email at suggest@rapidkl.com.my .

Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, or KL Sentral Station

KL Sentral Station was designed as a transportation hub.

It is setup to be a station which provides transfers between buses and trains. It is marked as the central point for most of Kuala Lumpur's rail-based public transportation, and it is also an important transitional point for inter-city trains serving Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore.

It has retail and food outlets as well as a food court, it was designed to accommodate 50 million passengers a year and up to 100 million by 2020.

KL Sentral Station also serves SkyBus coach service that connects passengers from Kuala Lumpur to the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT).

Interested to see what's available in KL Sentral Station? Go to gallery of KL Sentral Station for a photo trip.


KL Sentral Station is divided into separate sections for different types of rail services:

Transit Concourse, Level 1: Urban public transit services such as the KTM Komuter, KLIA Transit and the Kelana Jaya Line light rail transit.

Transit Concourse, Level 2: KTM inter-city trains.

KL City Air Terminal (KL CAT): KLIA Ekspres, and the high-speed rail service to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

SkyBus provides a point-to-point shuttle service from KL Sentral to the new Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCC-T) and vice versa. SkyBus boasts a fleet of 40-seater air-conditioned coaches with adequate luggage space. The journey between KL Sentral and LCC-T is estimated at 1 hour 15 minutes.

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