Panduan Pembelian Tiket Keretapi KTMB 2018

Sejak beberapa tahun lepas, KTMB telah memperkenalkan platform bagi membeli tiket keretapi secara atas talian (online). Platform berkenaan yang dikenali sebagai KTMB e-Ticket ialah satu-satunya platform bagi pengguna untuk membeli tiket keretapi KTMB secara online. Walau bagaimanapun, sejak tahun 2017, KTMB telah memperkenalkan sistem tempahan tiket baru yang lebih mudah digunakan. Perkhidmatan sistem tempahan tiket baru ini merangkumi KTM ETS dan juga KTM Intercity.

Walaupun pembelian di kaunter masih boleh dibuat sehingga ke hari ini, kesibukan dengan rutin seharian membuatkan lebih ramai pengguna memilih untuk membeli tiket keretapi mereka secara online. Pembelian tiket secara online adalah lebih mudah kerana anda tidak perlu hadir ke kaunter. Selain daripada menjimatkan masa, anda juga tidak perlu berbelanja untuk kos pengangkutan untuk hadir sendiri ke kaunter bagi tujuan pembelian tiket.

KTM Berhad Logo
KTM Berhad Logo

Terdapat beberapa cara bagi anda untuk membeli tiket keretapi KTMB, iaitu melalui pembelian di kaunter, laman sesawang rasmi KTMB (www.ktmb.com.my), aplikasi mudah alih (mobile app) KTMB MobTicket ataupun laman pihak ketiga, iaitu easybook.com.

Pembelian di kaunter

Pembelian di kaunter adalah pilihan yang praktikal bagi pengguna yang tidak mahu menggunakan perkhidmatan tempahan online. Tiket yang boleh dibeli di kaunter ialah tiket keretapi KTM ETS, KTM Intercity dan KTM Komuter. Selain daripada pembelian tiket keretapi di kaunter, pengguna KTM Komuter juga boleh terus menggunakan kad Touch ‘N Go mereka di pintu masuk platform.

Pembelian di laman sesawang KTMB

Bagi keretapi KTM ETS dan juga KTM Intercity (Antarabandar), tempat duduk adalah dikhaskan (assigned), jadi anda dinasihatkan untuk membeli tiket keretapi anda lebih awal sebelum tarikh sebenar perjalanan anda. Akses kepada platform tempahan tiket tersebut boleh didapati di laman web rasmi KTMB di www.ktmb.com.my.

Klik sini untuk panduan tempahan tiket KTMB melalui laman web KTMB

 

Pembelian di Aplikasi Mudah Alih (Mobile App) KTMB MobTicket

Selain daripada menggunakan laman web KTMB untuk membuat tempahan tiket, Pengguna KTM ETS dan KTM Intercity juga boleh membuat tempahan tiket mereka secara atas talian (online) melalui mobile app KTMB MobTicket.

Klik sini untuk panduan tempahan tiket KTMB melalui mobile app KTMB MobTicket

Industry Players Cheer as Malaysia Decides to Spend More in Rail Development

KUALA LUMPUR – 27 AUGUST 2016:Malaysia has seen positive growth in rail industry for the past few decades and the trend is expected to continue in the foreseeable future.

More than RM 30 billion has been spent on rail infrastructure development for the past few years. Among the companies that have benefited from this rapid growth of rail industry including but not limited to:

  • MMC Corp Bhd
  • Gamuda Bhd
  • IJM Corp
  • Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB)
  • Sunway Construction
  • Gadang Holdings Bhd
  • Mudajaya Corp Bhd
  • Ahmad Zaki Resources Bhd
  • Naim Engineering Sdn Bhd
  • UEM Construction Sdn Bhd
  • Apex Communication Sdn Bhd

 

Past projects include LRT line extension for both Kelana Jaya Line and Ampang Line, as well as introduction of KTM Komuter service in additional stations as far as Tampin in the south to Padang Besar in northern Peninsular Malaysia.

Current and future development include LRT 3 line, MRT and also High-Speed Rail linking Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

Source: The Star

KTM Class 92 – September 28th 2014

I took a ride onboard KTM Komuter on September 28th. The timetable can be quite unreliable as KTMB is still testing it.

The Class 92 trainset, manufactured by Zhuzhou from China is quite comfortable. There are lots of power outlets for those who are looking forward to charge their electronic gadgets too.

KTM Class 92 Train 2014-09-28 20.34.43
KTM Class 92 Train 2014-09-28 20.34.43
KTM Class 92 Train 2014-09-28 20.34.51
KTM Class 92 Train 2014-09-28 20.34.51
KTM Class 92 Train 2014-09-28 20.35.01
KTM Class 92 Train 2014-09-28 20.35.01
KTM Class 92 Train 2014-09-28 20.35.14
KTM Class 92 Train 2014-09-28 20.35.14

Overnight at KL Sentral

So I missed my Skybus shuttle bus to KLIA2. The next bus departs at 3 AM and I am now stranded in KL Sentral for almost three hours.

KL Sentral used to be more interesting than before. Now, there is nothing much to do during midnight. 7-Eleven is the only convenience store that is opened.

CIMB Cheque Deposit Machine 2014-10-14 00.18.05
CIMB Cheque Deposit Machine 2014-10-14 00.18.05

#FAIL No. 1: Cheque Deposit Down for temporary? For temporary? For temporary?

Seriously CIMB, who did you hire to be your clerk? I hope they are not your banker.

 

McDonald's KL Sentral 2014-10-14 00.12.16
McDonald’s KL Sentral 2014-10-14 00.12.16

Apparently, McD is also closed from 12 midnight to 6 AM for “maintenance” purposes. I doubt that. There’s nothing going on in the restaurant (apparently), only loud music can be heard.

#FAIL No. 2: It will be closed until 14 MARCH 2014. Hmmm, are we watching Back to the Future?

 

KTM Komuter Ticket Vending Machine 2014-10-14 00.25.17
KTM Komuter Ticket Vending Machine 2014-10-14 00.25.17

#FAIL No. 3: CANNOT BE ACEPTED. Acepted. Acepted. What is acepted? It sounds like “Inception” for me.

 

Meals Station: Iced Honey Lemon 2014-10-14 00.37.22
Meals Station: Iced Honey Lemon 2014-10-14 00.37.22

#WIN: I have finally found a good place to sit and a table to do my reading and writing. #WIN #WIN #WIN.

Meals Station is a kopitiam-style restaurant in KL Sentral. There is no operating hours stated directly at the outlet. However, it looks like it opens for 24 hours. Cheap drinks mostly start at RM 3.50 so be prepared to pay extra.

Power outlets are also available for those who are seeking to charge their electronic gadgets.

KTM Komuter Derailed Near Rawang Station

A KTM Komuter train was derailed at Kilometer 354.88 new Rawang Station on November 1st, according to a BERNAMA news source.

Since KTM services share the same trackage, other services such as KTM Intercity and ETS are also affected. However, like previous incidents, KTM Berhad was quick in terms of response time. Passengers were then transported using shuttle buses, continuing their journey to their respective destinations.

KL Sentral is failing?

KTM Komuter Platform Area (KL Sentral)
KTM Komuter Platform Area (KL Sentral)

KL Sentral was developed to be the iconic intermodal transportation hub for Kuala Lumpur. The early phase of its mega-scale development stage is the KL Sentral station itself. The 700 ft x 515 ft station that opens in 2001 is now facing some of the problems that become a nuisance for commuters and tourists.

One of the problems highlighted is the abundance of stalls selling small items such as souvenirs and headscarves. As long as the stalls are carefully placed around the station that should not be a huge problem. Small stalls can also be seen around other transport hubs such as Port Authority Bus Terminal and Grand Central Station, both located in Manhattan, New York City, United States.

Another problem highlighted is the poor integration of bus system with the station, resulting in inefficient usage and confusion among travelers. As said in my previous article, in order to build a transport hub, we need to have a robust plan, make it future proof and have excellent integration across services.

In general, KL Sentral has already been doing its job greatly as rail transport hub. However, it needs to improve on its way of handing bus and taxi service.

Read more here:

  1. [The Star] – Traffic consultants highlight KL Sentral’s failure as the bus hub for Klang Valley
  2. [The Star] – Commuters have difficulty navigating KL Sentral’s haphazard layout

Gangguan perkhidmatan KTM Komuter antara stesen Putra and Kuala Lumpur

Apa yang berlaku: Gangguan perkhidmatan KTM Komuter antara stesen Putra and Kuala Lumpur.

Mengapa: Kerja penyelenggaraan landasan antara stesen yang terlibat.

Bila: Sila lihat jadual di bawah.

Untuk melancarkan perkhidmatan bagi sektor ini, bas shuttle akan disediakan bagi stesen yang terlibat. Bas shuttle tersebut menyediakan perkhidmatan antara stesen KTM Komuter Kuala Lumpur dan Sentul.

Nota: Perkhidmatan KTM Komuter bagi sektor Rawang ke Sungai Gadut tetap beroperasi seperti biasa.

NO.

TARIKH

NO.

TARIKH

22 .12.2012

9.

16.02.2013

23.12.2012

10.

17.02.2013

29.12.2012

11.

23.02. 2013

30.12.2012

12.

02.03.2013

05.01.2013

13.

03.03.2013

06.01.2013

14.

09.03. 2013

02.02.2013

15.

10.03.2013

03.02.2013

Untuk maklumat lanjut, sila hubungi Talian pusat panggilan KTMB di  1-300-8-5862.

Sumber berita: Laman web rasmi KTMB

KTM Komuter Planned Maintenance Schedule 22 Dec 2012 to 10 Mar 2013

KTM Berhad Logo
KTM Berhad Logo

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.

NO.

DATE

NO.

DATE

22 .12.2012

9.

16.02.2013

23.12.2012

10.

17.02.2013

29.12.2012

11.

23.02. 2013

30.12.2012

12.

02.03.2013

05.01.2013

13.

03.03.2013

06.01.2013

14.

09.03. 2013

02.02.2013

15.

10.03.2013

03.02.2013

For further information, kindly contact KTM Berhad Call Centre at 1-300-8-5862.

KTM Komuter 1Malaysia Discount Card Application Form

KTM Komuter 1Malaysia Discount Card Application Form
KTM Komuter 1Malaysia Discount Card Application Form

Dear readers,

You can begin your application via a downloadable PDF form here.

Please note that KTM Komuter 1Malaysia discount card is only available if you meet the following conditions:

  • Malaysian citizen
  • Monthly salary is below RM 3000

The downloadable PDF form for KTM Komuter 1Malaysia discount card can be obtained here.

Source: KTMB Official website

Membeli tiket keretapi KTMB secara online

Logo KTM Berhad
Logo KTM Berhad

Anda kini boleh membeli tiket KTMB secara online sekarang. Laman e-ticket KTMB yang dahulunya ditutup selama beberapa bulan kini sudah boleh diakses.

Untuk maklumat lanjut berkenaan laman e-ticket KTMB anda boleh merujuk panduan pembelian e-ticket di sini.