KTM Komuter is the FIRST electric train service in Malaysia. Introduced in August 1995, it connects Kuala Lumpur City Centre with the surrounding of the sub-urban areas such as Tanjung Malim, Rawang, Seremban, Sungai Gadut and Pelabuhan Klang. It has been a popular mode of transport that offers very reasonable fares.
Along the two main routes that is Tanjung Malim > Sungai Gadut and Batu Caves > Pelabuhan Klang, there are many shopping complexes and places of interest located near the station area for the rail users to explore. China Town, MidValley Shopping Mall, Little India in Brickfield & Klang, Seremban Parade, Batu Caves Temples, Sunway Lagoon are some of the popular attractions to begin with.
Stations such as Bank Negara, Bandar Tasik Selatan, and KL Sentral connects with LRT RapidKL Ampang/ Sri Petaling/Kelana Jaya and RapidKL Bus respectively and make the rail users journey easier with such available interchange stations.
KTM Komuter covers more than 240km length of network that consists of 53 stations. Tickets are available at the ticketing counters or purchase it at the self-service Ticket Vending Machine which are available at all stations and halts.
On 8 of March 2012, MyKomuter - the new six car train set for Komuter services was launched by the Deputy Prime Minister. A total of 38 set (MyKomuter) is in operation gradually from March 2012 onwards. MyKomuter can accommodate more than 1,000 passengers at one time and has facilities such as intercoms, LCD information display, Dynamic Route Map, Priority Seating Zone, two Ladies' Coaches, CCTV and Wheel Chair area. MyKomuter, it's the new beginning..