Rawang Railway Station

Rawang Railway Station is a railway station located in Rawang, Selangor. It was the original terminus of the very first KTM Komuter service launched on 3 August 1995 plying between Rawang and Kuala Lumpur, and remains a key operational station for stabling Komuter train sets.

Rawang Railway Station Details

Address: 48000 Rawang, Selangor, Malaysia
Owner: KTM Berhad
Operator: KTM Berhad
Platform Level: Ground
Platform Layout: Side and Island Platforms
Opened: 1892
Rebuilt for Komuter: 3 August 1995

Rawang Railway Station Train Services

Station Layout

GF: Concourse, Ticket Counter, Ticket Gates, Train Platforms

Platforms

Platform 1: Train Platform

Bypass Line
Bypass Line

Platform 2: Train Platform
Platform 3: Train Platform

Concourse

Key Station Amenities

Exits

Jalan Rawang Exit: Jalan Rawang, CELC Cambridge English Learning Centre, Bank Islam Rawang, McDonald’s Rawang DT, Wisma Etonic, Rawang Mall, KPJ Rawang Specialist Hospital, Mydin Rawang

Public Transport Connections

Bus

SJ Bus Services 150, 155 and T151 serves Rawang Railway Station on Jalan Rawang outside the station.

SJ Bus Services 150, 154, 155, 156, 157 and T151 serves Rawang Railway Station on Pekan Lama Rawang, Jalan Rawang.

Bas Smart Selangor Service MPS2 serves Rawang Railway Station on Jalan Rawang.

Taxi

There are taxis from Rawang Railway Station.

Grab

Grab is available from Rawang Railway Station.

KTM Central Line Stations

The line names described here is only to classify stations into lists on RailTravel Station due to the fluidity of line names in official timetables. They are in no way meant to represent the actual line name which may or may not be used by KTM Berhad, Ministry of Transport (Malaysia), Ministry of Finance Malaysia, Land Public Transport Agency (APAD) or any other relevant companies and/or agencies. The line names described on RailTravel Station should not be taken as an official name, and the official name provided by KTM Berhad, Ministry of Transport (Malaysia), Ministry of Finance Malaysia, Land Public Transport Agency (APAD) or any other relevant companies and/or agencies should always take precedence.

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