Sungai Buloh railway station

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 KA09   SBK01 
Sungai Buloh
Sungai Buloh railway station's new signboard at entrance B.
Location Sungai Buloh, Selangor, Malaysia.
Coordinates 3°12′22″N 101°34′49″E / 3.20611°N 101.58028°E / 3.20611; 101.58028Coordinates: 3°12′22″N 101°34′49″E / 3.20611°N 101.58028°E / 3.20611; 101.58028
Owned by Keretapi Tanah Melayu
Line(s)  2  KTM Port Klang Line (2015 to present)
 9  MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line (2016 to present)
Platforms 2 side platform (KTM Seremban Line)
1 island platform (MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line)
Tracks 4
Parking Available, pay.
Opened 1892
Rebuilt 1995, 2016
Electrified 1995
Preceding station   KTM Komuter   Following station
towards Tanjung Malim
Port Klang Line
towards Port Klang
Keretapi Tanah Melayu (ETS)
towards Padang Besar
ETS Transit
towards Gemas
Terminus Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line
toward Semantan

The Sungai Buloh railway station is a railway station serving the suburb of Sungai Buloh in Selangor, Malaysia, which is located to the northwest of Kuala Lumpur.

It is an interchange station, with one section catering to the KTM Komuter and KTM ETS services, and another section for the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line. The newly built integrated station was opened on 16 December 2016 together with the opening of the first phase of the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line. The station is the northern terminus of the MRT service.

Train Services[edit]

The MRT SBK Sungai Buloh station platform.
A KTM Class 92 arriving at the KTM Komuter platform.

The Sungai Buloh station is served by the following train services:

Bus Services[edit]

Trunk Bus Services[edit]

Trunk bus services do not enter the station area but stop at bus stops along Jalan Kuala Selangor. From these bus stops, access to the station is via the overhead pedestrian bridge to Entrance B of the station.

Route No. Origin Desitination Via
Selangor Omnibus Service
100 Medan Pasar, Kuala Lumpur Kuala Selangor
107 Medan Pasar, Kuala Lumpur Bestari Jaya (Batang Berjuntai) Ijok

Feeder Bus Services[edit]

The MRT feeder buses at Sungai Buloh railway station.

With the opening of the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line, feeder buses also began operating linking the station with several housing areas and villages in and near Sungai Buloh. The feeder buses operate from the station's feeder bus hub accessed via Entrance A of the station.

Route No. Origin Desitination Via
T100  SBK01  Sungai Buloh station Hospital Sungai Buloh
UiTM Sungai Buloh
Jalan Hospital
Hospital Sungai Buloh
UiTM Sungai Buloh
T101  SBK01  Sungai Buloh station Bukit Rahman Putra Jalan Hospital
Jalan Kusta
Kampung Melayu Sungai Buloh
Persiaran Bukit Rahman 3
Persiaran Bukit Rahman Putra 1
Jalan Besar Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh
Jalan Kuala Selangor
T102  SBK01  Sungai Buloh station Kampung Paya Jara
Kubu Gajah
Jalan Kuala Selangor
Jalan Paya Jaras Tengah
Jalan Kubu Gajah
T103  SBK01  Sungai Buloh station Damansara Damai Jalan Kuala Selangor
Jalan PJU 10/1


First station[edit]

The first Sungai Buloh railway station opened in 1892 when the section of the main railway line, now the KTM West Coast Line between Batu Junction and Rawang was opened.

KTM Komuter station[edit]

The old railway station being dismantled.

The station underwent refurbishment as part of the Klang Valley Electrification and Double Tracking Project which saw the station becoming one of the stations of the KTM Komuter service in 1995. The station was originally on the Rawang-Seremban Line until 2016 when a revamp of the KTM Komuter service saw the station serving the Port Klang Line with trains running between Tanjung Malim and Port Klang.

The station had four tracks, with two side platforms serving the two outer tracks. A pedestrian overhead bridge, which later had lifts to make the bridge disabled friendly, linked to the two platforms. The main entrance together with the main station building was located on the south-bound platform.

Integrated interchange station[edit]

The common concourse of the Sungai Buloh KTM and MRT Station, with the fare gates to the KTM section on the left and the MRT gates to the right at the far end.

When construction of the Klang Valley MRT Project began in 2010, the Sungai Buloh MRT Station was designed to be one of two interchange stations between the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line and the Keretapi Tanah Melayu railway network. The other interchange station is Kajang station.

The Sungai Buloh KTM Station was already in existence at the location and the new MRT station was constructed next to it, occupying what was previously the at-grade open air car park.

The MRT station is an elevated station structure with a common elevated concourse linking the MRT paid area with the KTM paid area. The ticket vending machines and ticketing offices for both services, as well as two retail outlets are located at this common concourse. The concourse was constructed over the four KTM tracks.

From this common concourse, stairs and escalators descend to the two at-grade side platforms within the KTM paid area, while stairs and escalators as well as lifts bring passengers up to the single island platform for the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line.

The main entrance (Entrance A) consists of escalators, stairs and lifts rising from at-grade level to the common concourse, serving both MRT and KTM users. Another entrance (Entrance B) is located at the south side of the common concourse, and is linked to a staircase down to the Kuala Lumpur-bound side of Jalan Kuala Selangor, as well as a pedestrian overhead bridge across Jalan Kuala Selangor for access to the Kuala Selangor-bound side of the road.

With the new integrated station, the KTM station structure was dismantled. The ticketing office and other offices were also relocated from the original station to the common concourse. Only the original platforms retain their original function. The KTM tracks were also not modified for the renovation.

At the at-grade level, bays for feeder buses and taxis and drop off lay-bys for private-vehicles as well as parking for the disabled were built as part of the construction of the MRT station.


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