Rail transport in Malaysia

Rail transport in Malaysia
KL Monorail in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Rail transport in Malaysia comprises heavy rail (including high-speed rail), light rail transit (LRT), monorail and a funicular railway line. Heavy rail is mostly used for intercity passenger and freight transport as well as some urban public transport, while LRTs are used for urban public transport and some special use such as transporting passengers between airport buildings. There is one high-speed railway line with two high-speed train services linking Kuala Lumpur with the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The sole monorail line in the country is also used for public transport in Kuala Lumpur while the only funicular railway line is in Penang.

The railway network covers most states in Peninsular Malaysia. In East Malaysia, only the state of Sabah has railways. Singapore, although not part of Malaysia, is served by the Malaysian railway network. The network is also connected to the Thai railway 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) network in the north.


Railway network

Heavy rail

Peninsular Malaysia

The intercity railway network in Peninsular Malaysia consists of two main lines: The West Coast Line between Singapore and Padang Besar, Perlis, on the Malaysian-Thai border, and the East Coast Line between Gemas in Negeri Sembilan and Tumpat in Kelantan. There are also several branch lines - between Kuala Lumpur and Port Klang, Batu Junction and Batu Caves, Bukit Mertajam and Butterworth, Tapah Road and Teluk Intan, Kempas and Tanjung Pelepas, Kempas and Pasir Gudang, and between Pasir Mas and Rantau Panjang. The entire 1,699 km network uses 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) meter gauge tracks.

The network is linked with the Thai railway network at Padang Besar and Rantau Panjang.

A total of 332 km of the network is double track and electrified. They include portions of the West Coast Line between Seremban and Ipoh and the entire Kuala Lumpur-Port Klang branch line as well as the stretch between Kuala Lumpur and Sentul branch line. The double-track and electrified portions between Kuala Kubu Bharu and Seremban and the Port Klang to Kuala Lumpur branch lines are used as the commuter train services.

Double tracking and electrification of the stretch of the Batu Caves branch line between Sentul and Batu Caves are in progress. When completed, it will add 7.5 km of double track and electrified sections to the network and expected to be completed in 2009. Double tracking of the West Coast line between Ipoh and Padang Besar has started in January 2008 and expected to be completed in 2012/2013 and will add a further 329 km of double track to the network.

Malaysia's national petroleum company Petronas owns a railway line which links its oil refinery complex and the nearby town of Kerteh, Terengganu, with the petrochemical complex in Gebeng, Kuantan and Kuantan Port near Kuantan, Pahang. The line is mainly used to transport petroleum products, but has recently been opened up for general freight transport, with operation being conducted by KTM. There have been proposals to extend the line to connect with the KTM line at Mentakab, and even suggestions to go as far as Kuala Terengganu and Tumpat.


There is a 134 km (83 mi) railway line linking Tanjung Aru near Kota Kinabalu and Tenom in the interior of Sabah state. The line is the only railway on the island of Borneo. Besides normal passenger trains operated by the Sabah State Railway Department, the tracks are also used to for the North Borneo Railway tourist train. The line has been suffering from lack of maintenance for many years and in 2006, the Malaysian Government funded rehabilitation works for the line. A pipe dream is to have a railway line from Kota Kinabalu to Kuching through Brunei though the cost of this would mean seeking funding from Brunei.

'High-speed' rail

Malaysia's only high-speed rail line is the 57 km (35 mi) standard gauge line between Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Depending on whose definition is used, this line may not be defined as high-speed because the maximum speed used is 160 km/h (99 mph). The line was constructed by Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd, which also operates the two train services which use the line, namely the KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit. Ideas have been mooted to extend this line as far south as Johor Bahru and as far north as Padang Besar, Perlis using a genuine high-speed / bullet train travelling at 300 km/h (186 mph). However, this proposed line hasn't yet even begun construction.

Light rail

There are three systems which are called light rail transits in Malaysia. Two are used in Kuala Lumpur to ferry paying passengers while the third is used at Kuala Lumpur International Airport to ferry passengers from the Main Terminal Building and the satellite building.

The two lines in Kuala Lumpur are the Kelana Jaya Line and the Ampang Line. The Kelana Jaya Line is a driver-less automatic system and is 29 km (18 mi) long, running between the northeastern suburbs of Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya to the west of Kuala Lumpur. It is mostly elevated except for a 4 km (2.5 mi) stretch where it goes underground and there is a short at-grade stretch. The Kelana Jaya Line was completely operational from June 1999. The older Ampang Line is 27 km (17 mi) and consists of two lines, running between the suburb of Sentul in the north of Kuala Lumpur, and Ampang in the east, as well as Sri Petaling in the south. Trains branch off to either Ampang or Sri Petaling at Chan Sow Lin station about midway of both lines. The system is mostly at-grade outside the city, and elevated with it runs through the city. Unlike the trains on the Kelana Jaya Line, those on the Ampang Line have drivers. The line was completely opened on 1998.

The light rail system at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, called the "Aerotrain", is a simple people-mover shuttle system running along two 1,286 m (4,219 ft) guiderails between the Main Terminal Building and Satellite Building. The two ends of the guiderails are elevated while the middle portion goes under the main airport taxiway. Each rail has a three-car automatic driver-less train.

There is proposal to construct light rail transit system in Kulim by 2020. However, this proposed line hasn't yet even begun construction until today.[1]


Malaysia's only monorail system is used for public transport in Kuala Lumpur. It is 8.6 km (5.3 mi) long, running from Titiwangsa in the north of central Kuala Lumpur, to KL Sentral just to the south of the city center. It has 11 stations. The line consists of two parallel rails for most of the way except at the end stations where switches merge the two rails into a single rail before entering the station. The entire network is elevated. The system uses two-car trains which were manufactured in Malaysia. It is operated by KL Monorail Sdn Bhd.

There are proposals to construct monorails in Penang, Johor Bahru and Malacca but opposition has been vociferously expressed by Penang and Malacca residents concerned about the system being out of place in the historic downtown areas. Melaka has since focused on the less intrusive Aerorail. The federal administrative centre of Putrajaya was also supposed to have a monorail network and the main station and several metres of track have been built. However, the project has been postponed because of costs and the Malaysian government felt that it was not a priority project for the time being even though good public transportation would attract many Malaysians to re-locate to this new underpopulated city.

Melaka is currently constructing a 1.8 km (1.1 mi) Aerorail line for urban mass-transit. For more information see Malacca Monorail

The monorail has been hit by a number of setbacks, including the suspension of the service following a British couple, Anne and James Croft, having to be rescued by firefighters after the monorail stopped unexpectedly between stations. This has been exacerbated by the imported Chinese trains not having any manuals available in either Bahasa Malaysia or English. Following this incident a number of safety upgrades have been suggested including the purchase of cherry pickers in case of any further stoppages[2] .


The Penang Hill Railway in Penang is the only funicular railway system in Malaysia. Although overwhelmingly used to ferry tourists up Penang Hill, the train is also used by residents living in the hill. The line is made up of two separate sections, with the total length at 1.2 km (0.75 mi). Both sections are single lines with passing loops at midway. The tracks are metre gauge and have an incline of over 50%. It is the only funicular railway in East Asia other than the Peak Tram in Hong Kong. There have been ideas mooted to build more funiculars on other major hills in Malaysia as part of improving infrastructure to boost tourism, but there are profitability concerns and worries that this might damage the environment even though new roads are the worst culprits.


Many oil palm plantations operate small, narrow-gauge, light railways to transport oil palm fruits to mills. One such example is in United Plantations in Jenderata, Perak.

Rail-based public transport in Kuala Lumpur

Network map of the Kuala Lumpur Rail Transit

Kelana Jaya Line
Between Terminal PUTRA (Gombak) and Kelana Jaya
23 stations over 29 km, operated by RapidKL Rail

Ampang Line
Between Sentul Timur and Sri Petaling
18 stations over 15 km, operated by RapidKL Rail

Between Sentul Timur and Ampang
18 stations over 15 km, operated by RapidKL Rail

Sentul-Port Klang Line
Between Sentul and Port Klang
22 stations over 153 km, operated by KTM Komuter

Rawang-Seremban Line
Between Rawang and Seremban
23 stations over 153 km, operated by KTM Komuter

Rawang-Kuala Kubu Bharu Shuttle Service
Between Rawang and Kuala Kubu Bharu
5 stations over 22 km, operated by KTM Komuter

KL Monorail
Between KL Sentral and Titiwangsa
11 stations over 8.6 km, operated by KL Monorail

KLIA Ekspres
From KL Sentral to KLIA
Non-stop over 75 km, operated by ERL

KLIA Transit
Between KL Sentral and KLIA
5 stations over 75 km, operated by ERL

Railway operators

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad

The main intercity passenger train operator is Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB), a corporation owned by the Malaysian government. It operates KTM Intercity passenger trains on both main lines and the Bukit Mertajam-Butterworth branch. The other branch lines are either used for freight or not used at all, with the exception of the Kuala Lumpur-Port Klang and Batu Junction-Sentul stretch of the Batu Caves branch lines which are used for its commuter train service, KTM Komuter. The commuter service also uses the double-track and electrified portions of the West Coast Line between Rawang and Seremban. KTMB is also the main operator of freight trains in Malaysia.

Besides its own network, KTMB also operates trains on the Kerteh-Kuantan railway under contract with Petronas, the owner of the line.

Sabah State Railway Department

The Sabah State Railway Department is the only state department in Malaysia to operate a railway service. It operates passenger and freight services along the 134 km railway line between Tanjung Aru and Tenom in the state.

Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd

KLIA Transit

The private company was set up to develop and operate the high-speed railway between Kuala Lumpur's KL Sentral station and Kuala Lumpur International Airport. It operates two services along the 57 km standard gauge line, the non-stop KLIA Ekspres and the commuter-like KLIA Transit. Trains on the two services can reach a maximum speed of 160 km/h and are the fastest in Malaysia. Besides trains, the company also provides check-in facilities at its Kuala Lumpur City Airport Terminal at KL Sentral. Except for check-in baggage of passengers, Express Rail Link does not handle any cargo.


RapidKL, or Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras Sdn Bhd, was set up by the government to operate public transport in Kuala Lumpur and other parts of the country as and when the need arises. It is fully owned by the Finance Ministry Incorporated. The company currently operates the two LRT lines in Kuala Lumpur, namely the Ampang Line and the Kelana Jaya Line. Besides the LRT, RapidKL also operates some 70% of bus services in Kuala Lumpur.

KL Monorail Sdn Bhd

KL Monorail

KL Monorail Sdn Bhd is a private company owned by public-listed Malaysian company, KL Infrastructure Group Berhad. KL Monorail owns all the assets for the Kuala Lumpur Monorail system and is the operator of the system under a concession from the government. In May 2007, the company was put under receivership for failing to repay money borrowed for its construction.

Other operators


Railways in Malaysia began because of the need to transport tin from mines in the hinterland of the West Coast states of Peninsular Malaysia to coastal ports. The first railway line, which was opened on 1 June 1885, was about 13 km long and ran between Port Weld and Taiping, the heart of the tin-rich Larut Valley in Perak state.[3] The second line was opened a year later to link Kuala Lumpur, again the center of tin-mining activities in the Klang Valley, and Klang and subsequently to Port Swettenham (Port Klang today).

Important dates

  • 1885 - The first railway line in Malaya between Taiping and Port Weld is officially opened on 1 June.
  • 1886 - Opening of line between Kuala Lumpur and Klang.
  • 1888, July - The first train crash in the country occurred in Sungai Kerawai near Teluk Anson, Perak.
  • 1891 - Opening of the line between Seremban and Port Dickson.
  • 1893 - Teluk Anson to Tapah Road line opened.
  • 1896 - Federated Malay States Railway created, merging the operations of the initial four lines.
  • 1900 - Opening of the Victoria Railway Bridge across Perak River in Perak.
  • 1903 - Line between Tank Road and Woodlands in Singapore opened for service.
  • 1909 - The West Coast Line between Prai in Penang state and Johor Bahru completed and opened.
  • 1910 - The first stretch of the East Coast Line between Gemas and Bahau is opened.
  • 1923 - First train carrying goods travels across the Malaysia-Singapore Causeway on 17 September, followed by the first passenger train on 1 October the same year.
  • 1931 - East Coast Line between Tumpat and Gemas completed with the opening of the last stretch between Gua Musang and Kuala Gris in Kelantan.
  • 3 August 1995 - The first KTM Komuter trains, Malaysia's first to be run on electricity, began taking passengers between Kuala Lumpur and Rawang. Entire commuter train network opened to passengers with the final stretch to Seremban becoming operational on 18 December 1995.
  • 2002, 14 April - Malaysia's first high-speed train, the KLIA Ekspres between KL Sentral and Kuala Lumpur International Airport was officially launched. At the same time, the Kuala Lumpur City Air Terminal in KL Sentral was also opened.
  • 30 July 2011 - KTMB's Tanjung Pagar and Bukit Timah railway stations were closed. All Singapore operations are moved to Woodlands Train Checkpoint.

Projects and expansion plans

Rawang-Ipoh double tracking and electrification project

The double-tracking and electrification of 179 km of the main West Coast line enable KTMB to run trains at a maximum speed of 160 km/h between Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh. KTMB has introduced a rapid intercity service between KL Sentral and Ipoh, running 16 services a day initially and ultimately 32 services a day. This project, which has been beset by problems and delays, is completed by end of 2007 and it cut down the journey time of KL-Ipoh to 2.5 hours. This project also enable KTMB to extend its KTM Komuter service to Tanjung Malim. The cost of the project originally was RM4.6 billion. The project started in 2000 but has been beset by numerous problems and as of June 2007, it is expected to be completed by the end of 2007 and operations are expected to start in 2008.[4] On 14 January 2008, the transport minister, Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy, confirmed that the rail lines are currently being used since January 2008, although train service between Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh is unelectrified.[5]

For more details, see Keretapi Tanah Melayu page.

Ipoh-Padang Besar, Seremban-Gemas double tracking and electrification project

This project was proposed in 2002 as a continuation of the Rawang-Ipoh double-tracking and electrification project. It consists of the 329 km "Northern section" between Ipoh and Padang and the "Southern section" between Seremban and Johor Bahru. On 17 December 2003, not long after taking over from Dr Mahathir Mohamad, new Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi announced that the Malaysian government had decided to postpone the project. The government revived the project in 2007 when on March 16, Deputy Prime Minister Mohd Najib Abdul Razak announced that the Cabinet Committee on Public Transport had decided to revive the shelved Northern section double tracking project. A joint venture between Gamuda Berhad and Malaysian Mining Corporation Berhad will be handling the Northern section while Indian Railway Construction Company (Ircon) has been awarded the Seremban-Gemas portion of the Southern section. Transport Minister Chan Kong Choy said work on the Northern section will begin by the end of 2007 and is expected to be completed in five years.

For more details, see Keretapi Tanah Melayu page.

Sentul-Batu Caves double tracking and electrification project

The 7.2 km extension to the Batu Caves branch line started at the end of 2006. The project - which will cost RM515mil - will include electrification, double-tracking and refitting the existing old track, signalling, communications, as well as construction of new stations at Sentul, Batu Cantonment, Batu Village, Taman Wahyu and Batu Caves. Sentul is currently the terminus for KTM Komuter's Sentul-Port Klang Line and the extension will enable the commuter train service to be extended to Batu Caves. Site possession was given to contractor YTL Corporation Berhad on November 17, 2006. The project is expected to be completed in 30 months' time in May 2009.[6]

Kuala Lumpur light rail transit expansion

On 29 August 2006, Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Mohd Najib Abdul Razak announced a RM10 billion plan to expand Kuala Lumpur's public transport network. The plan included extending the existing Kelana Jaya Line from Kelana Jaya to USJ and the Ampang Line from Sri Petaling to Puchong and USJ. The plan also will see a new light rail transit line being constructed between Kota Damansara to the northwest of Kuala Lumpur and Cheras which lies to the southeast of Kuala Lumpur. No details of the alignment of the extensions nor the locations of new stations were revealed.[7]

Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad, the owner of most public transport assets in Kuala Lumpur, signed an agreement on 13 October 2006 with Bombardier and a Malaysian company joint venture for the purchase of 22 light rail vehicle sets with an option for another 13 for RM1.2 billion.[8] The 22 vehicles will have four cars each and will boost the carrying capacity of the fleet by 1,500 people. The 22 sets will be delivered from August 2008. The system currently operates 35 two-cars train set.[9] On 27 July 2009, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak announced that the 35 new four-car trains will be operational by end-2012.[10]

Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed railway

Just after the completion of the KLIA Ekspres, the project proponent YTL Corporation Berhad proposed a high-speed rail link between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. At that time, Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Malaysia could not afford such an expensive project. YTL again proposed the project in 2006[11] and as of June 2007, the Malaysian Government said the feasibility of the proposal was still being studied.[12] The RM8 billion project would slash rail travel time from more than 6 hours to about 90 minutes. The main stumbling blocks, apart from costs, appears to be the JB-Woodlands Causeway which Mahathir had once hoped to replace with a 'scenic bridge'. There were doubts about the capacity of such a curved bridge to carry a rail line and YTL having to use KTM land which runs from Woodlands to Keppel. Redevelopment of this land in Singapore could probably help fund the proposed railway if the various parties involved each had a stake in each other. If the Causeway remains or a straight bridge is one day built to replace it, there should be no difficulty to have a high speed line on either. The high speed line proposal, like the bridge proposal, appears to have reached a stumbling block which only can be overcome at the highest political levels where other bilateral issues have to first be resolved or dealt with at the same time.

As of December 2007, YTL Corporation Group Managing Director, Tan Sri Francis Yeoh Sock Ping, express great confidence that the project will be approved by both governments. JPMorgan added that almost all regulatory road blocks in building the railway is resolved. The key consideration in the project approval rests in the role of developing the Iskandar Development Region.[13][14] On January 2008, the transport minister, Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy said that the government is still looking in the proposal and had yet to make a final decision. He added that the train would be Broad gauge and will run at 350 km/h.[5] If this is the case, new lines need to be laid down as the currently ERL tracks are only Standard gauge. In March 2008, the government is still studying the social impact of the project through the Economic Planning Unit. The Deputy Prime Minister stress out that the risk and funding of the project will squarely rest on the private sector.[15]

Siemens, a major railroad partner in Malaysia has express interest in giving out solutions to the project. They have proposed Velaro trains which has a top speed of 350 km/h as a solution for the project.[16]

On April 22, 2008, the government announce that the project was put on hold indefinitely due to high cost. The government said that the model that YTL corp. was proposing requires the government to borne a significant amount of financing.[17] According to news reports, the decision came at the time of political upheaval due to the recent general election, supported by voices like Keretapi Tanah Melayu who opposes such projects and consideration to protect Kuala Lumpur International Airport.[18]

On March 2009, it was reported the YTL was considering to revive the project again. It will seek to build the rail line on the coastline of Peninsular Malaysia rather than an earlier proposal of building on the existing track.[19]

Sarawak Railway Line

As part of Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy project, the government is planning a 320 km railway track between Similajau in Bintulu Division and Tanjung Manis in Mukah Division. The cost nor the project time line is yet to be revealed.[20]

Gemas - Johor Baharu Double Tracking and Electrification

This section has been mooted as the next major upgrade in the KTMB network and is likely to form a large part of the Governments 10th economic plan.

Klang Valley MRT

The Klang Valley MRT is a Gamuda Berhad-MMC Corporation Berhad proposed 3-line 150 km Mass Rapid Transit system for the Klang Valley which envisages a “Wheel and Spoke” concept comprising two northeast-southwest radial lines and one circle line looping around Kuala Lumpur city. The proposal was announced in early-June 2010 and construction works targeted to commence in early-2011, leading to project completion in 2016. The Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit system will be the backbone of a new transport system in Klang Valley, which will be home to an estimated 10 million people by 2020. The Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit system will have several lines integrated with the light rail transit (LRT), Monorail, KTMB Komuter and intra- and inter-city bus services to form an effective public transportation system.

In December 2010, the Government announced that the Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line will be the first to take off. The Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line will run from Sungai Buloh to Kajang through Kuala Lumpur city centre. This route which runs from north-west to south-east of Kuala Lumpur is densely populated and is currently inadequately served by rail-based public transport. Upon expected completion by 2016, the Sungai Buloh – Kajang line will provide train service to 1.2 million people with an estimated daily ridership of 442,000. Apart from the Sungai Buloh - Kajang Line, other lines will be built based on the Land Public Transport Masterplan and Urban Rail Development Plan being drawn by the Land Public Transport Commission.

The Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit system including all the stations will be owned by the Government of Malaysia through Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad. Prasarana, which is 100% owned by the Ministry of Finance Incorporated, is currently the owner of the Klang Valley’s light rail transit and monorail networks. RapidKL, which is the current operator of the Klang Valley’s light rail transit, monorail and a majority of its bus routes, will also be operating the future mass rapid transit system. The newly established Land Public Transport Commission or Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD) will be the supervising agency of the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit Project.

See also


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  5. ^ a b Restored coaches for railway line
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  7. ^ Mergawati Zulfakar (30 August 2006). "Rail travel expansion". The Star. http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2006/8/30/nation/15276661&sec=nation&focus=1. Retrieved 2007-06-22. 
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  9. ^ Railway Technology - Kuala Lumpur Driverless Metro System, Malaysia
  10. ^ Nik Anis & Dharmender Singh (2009-07-28). "Targets set for the six Key Result Areas". The Star. http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2009/7/28/nation/4404615&sec=nation. 
  11. ^ Moses, Rajan (July 5, 2006). "Bullet to Singapore: From KL in 90 minutes". New Straits Times: pp. 1. 
  12. ^ "No decision yet on express rail link to S’pore". The Star (Malaysia): pp. 8. March 28, 2007. 
  13. ^ YTL confident of getting KL-Spore bullet train project
  14. ^ YTL Corp sure of govt nod for KL-S’pore bullet train project
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