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Jalan Templer KTM Komuter Station

 
 
   
 

Jalan Templer KTM Komuter Station Location Map
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The Jalan Templer Komuter station is a KTM commuter train station on Sentul-Port Klang Line. The station was opened on 1995 to catered the KTM Komuter.

Jalan Templer is one of most busiest major roads in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. It was the first road built in Petaling Jaya and was simply called "Jalan 1" or Road 1. The road was named after the former British High Commissioner in Malaya, Sir Gerald Templer.

The station named after the road and was built to cater the traffic in this area and its surroundings.

The Jalan Templer station usually busy during rush hours as it is used by worker to reach offices. It is also used by school children as many schools and colleges are situated in this area. The Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA and Bangunan Peladang are within walking distance to this station.

 

Nearest residential properties to this station are Inai Court Apartment and landed houses in Section 1, Section 1A & Section 18.


Jalan Templer KTM Komuter Station Information
 
  Address  
  Perhentian KTMB Jalan Templer
  Jalan 18/7 Seksyen 18
  46000 Petaling Jaya
  Selangor
 

 

  Line   Sentul-Port Klang Route
  Platforms   2 Side Platforms
  Tracks   Dual Tracks
  Parking   Available
  Tickets   Ticket Counters & Vending Machines
  Counter Open   0600 - 2200 hrs
   

 

 

   
 


 

 

   

 


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