Putrajaya Sentral, Putrajaya
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|airport rail link station|
The Putrajaya/Cyberjaya station platform at night.
|Location||Putrajaya Sentral, Putrajaya, Malaysia.|
|Owned by||ERL Private Limited|
|Line(s)||KLIA Transit (2002 to present)
Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya Line(Opening on July 2022)
|Platforms||2 island platforms|
|Bus routes||Most routes operated by Nadi Putra
506 (Rapid KL) (towards Bandar Utama)
731 (Cityliner) (towards Banting)
|Bus operators||Rapid KL, Nadi Putra (operated by Perbadanan Putrajaya) and Cityliner (operated by KKBB)|
Putrajaya Sentral is a bus hub and a train station on the Express Rail Link in Presint 7, Putrajaya, Malaysia. It is served by KLIA Transit under the name Putrajaya & Cyberjaya (Malay: Putrajaya dan Cyberjaya).
Putrajaya Sentral comprises multimodal transports which are the ERL station, Putrajaya Monorail station (abandoned as of now), a taxi centre and a bus hub (currently rapidKL bus and NadiPutra bus hub) that serves city buses around Putrajaya, express buses outside the city and scheduled intercity buses. The station also contains a couple of restaurants and shops selling clothes.
In the future, it will be integrated by MRT Sungai Buloh Serdang Putrajaya Line and possibly, Putrajaya Monorail if the project continues). However, the station won't be connected to the Kuala Lumpur–Singapore High Speed Rail even though the rail will be connecting to Putrajaya as the station will be located near the borders of the city instead.
- "PENGANGKUTAN AWAM PUTRAJAYA SDN BHD". www.papsb.com.my. Retrieved 2017-03-25.
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