Shah Alam Line
KLRT Line 11 icon.svg
LRT3 Klang River section (211027).jpg
LRT3 elevated bridge under construction across Klang River
Native nameLRT Laluan Shah Alam
StatusUnder construction
77.00% as of 30 September 2022
OwnerPrasarana Malaysia
Line number11 (sky blue)
LocaleKlang Valley
Stations20 (under construction) & 5 provisional
TypeMedium-capacity rail system
SystemRapid KL (brand) Rapid KL
Operator(s)Rapid Rail
Depot(s)Johan Setia Depot
Rolling stockCRRC Zhuzhou LRV
22 three-cars trainsets[1]
Width: 2.7 m (8 ft 10 in) - narrow profile
Length: 114.0 m (374.0 ft)
Planned opening28 February 2024; 15 months' time (2024-02-28)
Line length37.8 km (23.5 mi)[2]
Elevated: 35.8 km (22.2 mi)
Underground: 2 km (1.2 mi)[3]
Character95% Elevated, and 5% Underground
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in) standard gauge
Electrification750 V DC third rail
Conduction systemAutomated and driverless
Operating speed80 km/h (50 mph)
Route map

Bandar Utama
Kayu Ara
BU11 Parking
Damansara Idaman Parking
(LRT) Parking
Stadium Shah Alam Parking
Persiaran Hishamuddin
Phase 2
Phase 1
Dato' Menteri
Raja Muda
UiTM Shah Alam
Seksyen 7 Shah Alam Parking
Bukit Raja Selatan
Bandar Baru Klang Parking
Pasar Klang Parking
Jalan Meru
Pasar Jawa
Klang Parking Port Klang Line
Taman Selatan
Sri Andalas Parking
Klang Jaya
Bandar Bukit Tinggi Parking
Bandar Botanik
Johan Setia Parking
Johan Setia Depot

Interchange stations

integrated paid area
single fare trip
non-integrated paid area
multiple fare trips

The LRT Shah Alam Line or LRT 3, previously known as the LRT Bandar Utama–Klang Line, LRT Bandar Utama-Johan Setia Line or simply LRT Johan Setia Line,[4] is a medium-capacity light rapid transit (LRT) line which will be serving the Shah Alam and Klang regions on the western side of the Klang Valley, Malaysia. It will be the third LRT line, and the fourth fully automated and driverless rail system in the Klang Valley region. The line will be operated as part of the RapidKL system by Rapid Rail, a subsidiary of Prasarana Malaysia.[5][6] It was announced by Prasarana Malaysia on 24 April 2013.[7][8]

Once completed, the line will form part of the Klang Valley Integrated Transit System. It is numbered 11 and coloured sky blue on official transit maps.

The line is one out of four rapid transit lines in the Klang Valley that does not serve KL Sentral, the other three being the Ampang Line, Sri Petaling Line and the Putrajaya Line, as well as the first rapid transit line in the Klang Valley that is entirely outside the borders of the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.


Location of Shah Alam Line
Damansara Idaman LRT station.

Previously, a total of 26 stations were planned, with a proposed two-kilometre distance between each station. One station was to be an underground station, with the other 25 being elevated.

The LRT3 will feature a few interchange stations. The planned interchanges are  KG09  Bandar Utama on the MRT Kajang Line and  KJ27  CGC-Glenmarie on the LRT Kelana Jaya Line.

The alignment is based on the Final Railway Scheme approved by the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD).

Due to the change of government in the 2018 Malaysian general election, the new Pakatan Harapan government decided to cut costs around the project and shelved six stations from the initial plan. The Lien Hoe, Temasya, SIRIM, Bukit Raja and Bandar Botanik stations were converted into provisional stations while the underground station of Persiaran Hishamuddin was cancelled. The reasons cited for the changes made were due to the high cost of the project, unnecessary tunneling for the underground portion of the line and low ridership in the area. The provisional stations however will be built once the demand in the area picks up.[9][10]

Other cost-cutting exercises including the swapping of six-car trains for three-car trains, cutting down the total trains from 42 to 22, reducing the size of the stations and ditching costly acceleration techniques. The completion date also was extended from 2020 to 2024.[9][10]

Alignment and station list

The line currently has 25 permanent stations under construction, five of them being kept as provisional stations for the future.[11]

Station Code Working Name Interim Name Station Layout Platform Type Interchange / Notes
 SA01  Bandar Utama One Utama Elevated Eastern terminus.

Interchange station with  KG09  MRT Kajang Line.

 SA02  Kayu Ara Damansara Utama Elevated Island
 SA03  BU11 Tropicana Elevated Island
 SA04  Tropicana Lien Hoe Elevated Provisional station
 SA05  Damansara Idaman Dataran Prima Elevated Side
 SA06  SS7 Persada Plus / Kelana Indah Elevated
 SA07  Glenmarie Glenmarie 2 Elevated Side Interchange station with  KJ27  LRT Kelana Jaya Line.
 SA08  Temasya Temasya Elevated Provisional station
 SA09  Kerjaya HICOM-Glenmarie / Persiaran Kerjaya Elevated
 SA10  Stadium Shah Alam Malawati Elevated
 SA11  Persiaran Hishamuddin Persiaran Hishamuddin Underground Cancelled.[12]
 SA12  Dato Menteri Section 14 / Bandar Anggerik / Bandaraya Shah Alam Elevated
 SA13  Raja Muda SIRIM / Seksyen 2 Elevated Provisional station
 SA14  UiTM Shah Alam UiTM Elevated
 SA15  Seksyen 7 Shah Alam i-City / Hospital Shah Alam Elevated Side 2.4 km from  KD12  Padang Jawa on the KTM Port Klang Line.
 SA16  Bukit Raja Selatan Lebuh Keluli Elevated Provisional station
 SA17  Bandar Baru Klang Bukit Raja Elevated Island
 SA18  Pasar Besar Klang Pasar Besar Klang Elevated Side
 SA19  Jalan Meru Kawasan 17 Elevated Side
 SA20  Pasar Jawa Klang Elevated Side Connected to Shaw Centerpoint Mall (The Store), 700 meter walking distance from  KD14  Klang on the KTM Port Klang Line.
 SA21  Taman Selatan Taman Selatan Elevated Island
 SA22  Sri Andalas Sri Andalas Elevated Side
 SA23  Klang Jaya TESCO Bukit Tinggi / Bukit Tinggi Elevated Island Connected to Lotus' Bukit Tinggi Hypermarket.
 SA24  Bandar Bukit Tinggi AEON Bukit Tinggi / Batu Nilam Elevated Island Connected to AEON Bukit Tinggi shopping mall.
 SA25  Bandar Botanik Bandar Botanik Elevated Provisional station
 SA26  Johan Setia Johan Setia Elevated Island Western terminus.
"Route Map". Archived from the original on 2021-06-23., subject to change


Other Information


The exterior of Taman Selatan station.
The exterior of Taman Selatan station.


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