Batu Kentonmen Komuter station

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 KC02 
Batu Kentonmen
Keretapi Tanah Melayu KTM Komuter
Commuter rail station
Batu Kentonmen Komuter station.jpg
Other namesباتو كينتونمن (Jawi))
峇都肯都门 (Chinese)
பத்து கென்டன்மென் (Tamil)
LocationBatu Kentonmen, Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur
Coordinates3°11′53.1″N 101°40′52.2″E / 3.198083°N 101.681167°E / 3.198083; 101.681167
Owned byKeretapi Tanah Melayu
Line(s) 1  Seremban Line (KTM Komuter)
Platforms2 side platform
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeAt grade
ParkingAvailable
Disabled accessAvailable
Other information
Station code KC02 
History
OpenedJuly 2010
ElectrifiedYes
Services
Preceding station   KTM Komuter   Following station
towards Batu Caves
Seremban Line

Batu Kentonmen Komuter station or Batu Cantonment Komuter station is an at grade commuter train station located at the 4.5th miles of Jalan Ipoh, a major road and residential suburb of Kuala Lumpur. The station is named after the Batu Cantonment (Malay: Batu Kentomen), an army detention centre and army weapons depot located beside the station. The station is built as a feeder station for a number of residential neighbourhoods, and is integrated with the adjacent military base, as sheltered walkways are built allowing military staff convenient use of the station. Slightly off platform, a line from the main line branches of into the camp.

The station is designed to be disabled friendly with lifts to platforms and ramps to the ticketing office. The main platforms of the station are fully covered by metal roofings.

Name[edit]

During British colonial rule, and until the 1980s, Batu Kentonmen station was known as Kent Station.[1]

Station layout[edit]

G Concourse Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Station Control
Platform 1 Seremban Line towards  KC05  Batu Caves via  KC03  Kampung Batu (←)
Side platform, doors will open on the left
Platform 2 Seremban Line towards  KB13  Seremban via  KC01  Sentul (→)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The KTM Klang Valley rail network circa 1985". Retrieved 2 July 2019.