The MRT Putrajaya Line, previously known as the Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line and MRT2, is the second Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line in Klang Valley, Malaysia, and the third fully automated and driverless rail system in the region. Once completed, the MRT would serve to strengthen the current rail transit network in the Klang Valley, integrating the various existing rail lines while alleviating the severe traffic congestion in the Klang Valley metropolitan area.

Phase 1 of the MRT2 line between Kwasa Damansara and Kampung Batu commenced on 16 June 2022, and covers 12 station. Phase 2, which will cover the remaining stations up to Putrajaya, is expected to be operational in January 2023.

Kwasa Damansara is the interchange station between the MRT Putrajaya and MRT Kajang lines. Meanwhile, Sungai Buloh and Sri Damansara Timur stations are connected to KTM Port Klang Line, while the Kampung Batu station is connected to KTM Seremban Line.

(Source: MRT Corp)

Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is now becoming a popular solution to optimize the use of land, and to tackle urban transport issues. It is a land use solution that focuses on enhancing accessibility, by encouraging compact, high density and mixed-use development, within an easy walk of a transit station. Projects located near to MRT stations are becoming increasingly popular, and those that have a direct link bridge to stations are in high demand due to their accessibility and investment potential (think short-term rental like Airbnb). Read all about the “MRT Effect“!

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