Free Rapid KL Travel on MRT, LRT, BRT, Monorail & Buses from 16 June 2022 for 1 Month

Free Rapid KL Rides on MRT, LRT, BRT, Monorail & Buses for 1 Month from 16 June 2022

There will be free travel on Rapid KL MRT, LRT, BRT, Monorail, and bus services for 1 month starting from 16 June 2022. This free Rapid KL travel was announced by Malaysia Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri bin Yaakob at the opening of MRT Putrajaya Line Phase 1.

There will also be free travel on KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector train services for 1 month starting from 16 June 2022.

The Malaysian Government has provided RM155 million in subsidies for this 1 month of free travel on Rapid KL public transport and KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector train services. “I hope every city folk will take this opportunity to try public transport. Leave your vehicles at Park N Ride,” Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri bin Yaakob said.

MRT Putrajaya Line Phase 1 between Kwasa Damansara MRT Station and Kampung Batu MRT Station has opened on Thursday, 16 June 2022, at 3pm.

MRT Putrajaya Line Phase 1 Route Map

The 12 stations in the MRT Putrajaya Line (PY Line) Phase 1 are:

Kampung Batu MRT Station is the closest to Kuala Lumpur city centre, but not reaching down enough just yet. I have created a simple guide on how to connect further to the LRT Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines from the MRT Putrajaya Line Phase 1 as an interim solution.

Click here for my MRT Putrajaya Line Phase 1 High Frequency Connections Guide to Kuala Lumpur!


MRT Putrajaya Line Future

The second phase from Kampung Batu MRT Station to Putrajaya Sentral MRT Station will open in January 2023, allowing trains to run the entire PY Line alignment to Kentonmen, Jalan Ipoh, Sentul Barat, Titiwangsa, Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Raja Uda, Ampang Park, Persiaran KLCC, Conlay, Tun Razak Exchange, Chan Sow Lin, Kuchai, Taman Naga Emas, Sungai Besi, Serdang Raya Utara, Serdang Raya Selatan, Serdang Jaya, UPM, Taman Equine, Putra Permai, 16 Sierra, Cyberjaya Utara, Cyberjaya City Centre, and Putrajaya Sentral.

The MRT Putrajaya Line (PY Line) was previously known as the MRT Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line (SSP Line).

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