Proposed route map for LRT 3 project between Johan Setia, Klang and Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. The LRT 3 project is expected to be completed in August 2020 and will be the first rail project in Malaysia that uses green technology applications including water retention, energy efficient and natural air flows.
The RM 9 billion LRT 3 project will be seamlessly connected with:
– Klang Valley MRT 1 line at Bandar Utama
– Kelana Jaya LRT line at Station 3 (extended LRT)
– Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) stations at SIRIM and Stadium
– KTM Komuter (Port Klang – Batu Caves) line at Klang station
There will be 25 stations (24 elevated stations and 1 underground station) along LRT 3 line with 13 stations having the potential for Transit Oriented Development (TOD). LRT 3 will be equipped with the latest technologies including Communications-Based Train Controls (CBTC), Automatic Train Controls (ATC), Passenger Information Display System (PIDS), fire protection system and closed-circuit TV (CCTV) system.
The LRT 3 trains will have a maximum operating speed of 70km/h and has the capacity of carrying 12,240 passengers per hour per direction.