Since the public display has begun, we would like you to refer to our Public Display for LRT Extensions / Updates page for more accurate information about the route & stations of the Seri Petaling extension.
TRANSIT has received a request for a map of the Seri Petaling extension through Kinrara, Puchong & Putra Heights.
Unforutnately, Prasarana has not held a meeting with the residents of Kinrara or Puchong as they did with the residents of Subang Jaya.
Hence, all we know about the Seri Petaling line extension comes from the following sources:
- an article in the Star of residents complaining about the route of the line through Taman Esplanad
- a map in the Star newspaper showing the potential route of the line
Below are some images taken from Google Earth that show the potential route of the Seri Petaling LRT extension – please keep in mind that these are based on the map in the newspaper and not coming from Prasarana firsthand – so there is no reason to assume that the route will follow as seen below.
5 replies on “Route of Seri Petaling extension?”
I am resident of Puchong…
can u list out the station that gonna build..
more details please..
Hi Kean Peng
Sorry but we do not have enough info to give full details about the stations.
According to the comments from Dato’ Idrose of Prasarana, there will be stations at Sri Petaling, OUG (on the south side of the KESAS highway), Kinrara, IOI and Putra Heights.
Generally the plan is to have stations approximately 1200-1800 meters apart.
We will try to get more information and post it here.
Moaz for TRANSIT
hi, thanks for the info.. could you also pls provide info for lrt extension ampang line from sentul timur station? one of the stations i think would be padang balang, and will it go to danau kota? thanks.
Currently we have no information on plans to extend the Ampang LRT from Sentul Timur towards northern areas of Kuala Lumpur.
However, we know that Prasarana is looking at the possibility of an extension.
The best sources we have right now are the KLCity2020 Draft Local Plan and the KL Strutural Plan as well as some fantasy maps of Kuala Lumpur public transport.
Regards, Moaz for TRANSIT
Obviously, this is a another PR exercise. Doing just enough to claim action but actually not solving the problem. This is typical of Malaysia, where actions are for political reasons.