Due to the changes of passenger flow during the on-going Movement Control Order period, both Rapid KL and Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) have decided to implement some changes to the frequencies of their train services. All these changes will take place from tomorrow until the end of MCO on 31 March 2020.
For Rapid KL, the frequency of their train services has now been set to 10 minutes. Applicable even during weekend, the new setup applies to all type of Rapid KL trains including LRT (Kelana Jaya, Sri Petaling, and Ampang Lines), Monorail, and MRT:
Dear valued guests, please be informed about the changes in the frequency of all Rapid KL rail networks during the Movement Restriction Order(MRO).#JustStayAtHome #StaySafe #StayCalm #DudukRumahDiamDiam #COVID19 #PerintahKawalanPergerakan pic.twitter.com/299pQ4nVup
— RapidKL 03-78852585 (@MyRapidKL) March 20, 2020
As for services under KTMB, the exact frequency depends on specific services. For example, Komuter will deploy 164 trips instead of its usual daily frequency of 208 while weekend trips will be reduced to 138 as opposed to 167.
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— KTMB 03 2267 1200 (@ktm_berhad) March 20, 2020
Same goes to KTM ETS service which will be reduced to 8 trips per day instead of 40. For detailed information including changes to the company’s other services such Intercity trains and Skypark Link, do check out KTMB’s official website right here.