KL Sentral is a ultra modern railway station.
will not only be the transportation hub of KL, it will incorporate
commercial office buildings, hotels, retail, residential
condominiums and recreational (30 acres of green park) developments.
It'll have satellite and fiber-optic links making it a smart
integrated all-in-one city-within-city. At the heart of KLS is a
transportation hub that brings together the commuter, intercity and
Express Rail Link(ERL)
with KL's Light Rail Transit (LRT)
system. KLS is a mid-point halt along the city's light rail system
that passes right inside the transportation hub. KLS serves the
which together with
will form the backbone of urban KL's future transportation network.
The Kuala Lumpur Sentral project covers an area of 28.8 hectares (71
acres) and is expected to be completed by2010. The five-level KL
Sentral Station building comprised two main areas, the main station
and the maintenance depot. The station will have 28 tracks, 12
passenger tracks, 14 maintenance tracks and two freight tracks.
There will be 12 platforms in the main station -- two each for KTM
Bhd and KTM Intercity, four for KTM Komuter, two each for Express
Rail Link (ERL) Commuter and Putra LRT. The main station will be
able to accommodate 50 million passengers a year and up to 100
Seamlessly links together all urban and suburban residential,
commercial and industrial areas.
Direct link to Kuala Lumpur
International Airport, Putrajaya, new Federal Government
Administrative Centre, Cyberjaya and key areas within the Multimedia