The LRT Kelana Jaya Line is a rapid transit line and the first fully automated and driverless rail system in the Klang Valley area and forms a part of the Klang Valley Integrated Transit System.
Servicing 37 stations, the line has 46.4 km of grade-separated tracks running mostly on underground and elevated guideways. The whole journey from end to end takes a total of one hour and 25 minutes.
Stops along the Kelana Jaya Line are as follows:
- Taman Melati
- Wangsa Maju
- Sri Rampai
- Dato’ Keramat
- Ampang Park
- Kampung Baru
- Dang Wangi
- Masjid Jamek – Change here for the Sri Petaling LRT Line and the Ampang LRT Line.
- Pasar Seni – Interchange station for the MRT Kajang (SBK) Line – Connected to KTM Kuala Lumpur station by pedestrian bridge.
- KL Sentral – Kuala Lumpur’s main transport hub.
- Abdullah Hukum
- Taman Jaya
- Asia Jaya
- Taman Paramount
- Taman Bahagia
- Kelana Jaya
- Lembah Subang
- Ara Damansara
- Subang Jaya – Connections to the KTM Komuter Port Klang Line and Skypark Link to Subang Airport.
- SS 15
- SS 18
- USJ 7
- USJ 21
- Alam Megah
- Subang Alam
- Putra Heights – End of the Kelana Jaya LRT Line and the start of the Sri Petaling LRT Line.
LRT Kelana Jaya Line Schedule
You never have to wait long for an LRT train as they run frequently throughout the day.
The first LRT train on the Kelana Jaya Line starts running from 06:00 in the morning with trains departing every 3 minutes during the morning and evening rush hours.
At other times of day, trains depart between every 4 minutes to every 14 minutes in the quieter later evenings.
The last LRT trains of the day start to stop at around 23:30 from some stations.