Mengkibol Railway Station

Mengkibol Railway Station was a railway station in Layang Village, Kampung Mengkibol, Kluang. It operated both as a passenger station with a side godown for goods. While the station is currently closed, there is still a permanent green signal on all ends of the station.

Although classified as a railway station, Mengkibol Railway Station operated as a halt during the last stage of operations.

Mengkibol Railway Station is planned to reopen on the Gemas-Johor Bahru Electrified Double Track Project (EDTP) as a freight station.

Mengkibol Railway Station Details

Address: 86000 Kluang, Johor, Malaysia
Owner: KTM Berhad
Operator: KTM Berhad
Platform Level: Ground
Platform Layout: Single Side Platform
Opened: –
Closed: –

Station Layout

GF: Train Platform

Platforms

Platform: Passenger platform

Concourse

Key Station Amenities

Exits

Jalan Kluang Renggam Exit: Jalan Kluang Renggam, Majid Jamek An-Nur, Sri Maha Mariamman Temple

Public Transport Connections

Bus

There are no bus services in Mengkibol.

Taxi

There are no taxi services in Mengkibol.

Grab

Grab is not available in Mengkibol.

Alternative Train Travel Options

There are local public bus services linking some railway stations on the JB Sentral – Pulau Sebang (Tampin) sector. You can avoid using the infrequent train schedule by taking a bus instead. In some instances, this will be cheaper and faster.

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KTM Southern Line Stations

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