Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) has released a set of new schedules for ETS, effective October 1st 2013. The move is necessary in order to ensure KTMB can provide better service to the customers. The frequency of ETS trains are changed to fit the user’s needs better. you can read more froma news article by Bernama here.
With the completion of electrified double track railways, we do hope that the government will assist KTMB further in rolling stock procurement because we don’t see the point of having state-of-the-art railway system without making use to its full potential.
About ETS: KTM ETS (Electric Train Service) is a relatively new train service from KTMB. The first commercial run was done on August 12th 2010, after several times of postponement. For the time being, ETS plies the route between Ipoh and Seremban.
What happened: Service delay between KTM Komuter Putra and Kuala Lumpur station.
Why: Track maintenance work between KTM Komuter Putra and Kuala Lumpur station.
When: Refer train schedule below.
To accommodate the service interruption for this sector, a shuttle bus service plying Sentul – Kuala Lumpur – Sentul is available for KTM Komuter passengers. Shuttle buses will pick up and drop off the passenger at the entrance of the stations involved.
Note: KTM Komuter services for Rawang – Sungai Gadut will be operating as usual.
For further information, kindly contact KTM Berhad Call Centre at 1-300-8-5862.
[November 13th 2012] KTM Berhad has changed their website design quite a number of times this year. Access time has improved throughout the years but it is still not as user friendly as some other transport service websites.
Six yellow boxes link to the most commonly visited link in the website. This is a nice addition with the new version.
Of another note, if you need a guide on using KTMB e-Ticket, visit this page for more information.
After a while, we have decided to separate between our English-language and Malay Language sites. Therefore, from now on, contents in LANDASAN (www.landasan.info) will be displayed fully in English within few months time.
For those who are seeking for information in Bahasa Melayu you can do so at our new sister site, LANDASAN [ms] (ms.landasan.info)
Beginning 18th June 2012, KTM Komuter will operate with some changes on scheduling of departure time for all routes. The changes are made to adjust the use of both Three-Car Set and Six-Car Set MyKomuter which introduced previously on March.
However the service retained existing frequency every 15 minutes during peak hours for the sector between the Batu Caves – Klang and Bangi – Sungai Buloh. Frequency of other sectors remained every 30 minutes throughout the day.
Along with the implementation of this new schedule, the Six-Car Set MyKomuter will begin its service from Sungai Gadut to Rawang and from Rawang to Sungai Gadut.
Footnote : You may refer to the attachment for more info.