The stations for MRT 3 Circle Line and other details

The stations for MRT 3 Circle Line and other details

Source of the MRT 3 Circle Line stations: Article in The article does say a lot more about who shelved the MRT 3 Circle Line and who restarted it and more details. So, if you like all the details, please do read the Article in

Overview of MRT 3 Circle Line

This line is a loop around the Klang Valley. MRT 3 is 50.8km long consisting of 40.1km of elevated track and 10.7km will be underground. There will be a total of 31 stations and this includes 10 interchange stations too. These interchange stations are the key reasons for the Circle Line. Let’s take a closer look at how that loop will be looping around the existing stations. Yea, it does look like a circle. 😛

MRT 3 Circle Line
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List of all the MRT 3 Circle Line stations

  • Bukit Kiara South (Interchange with new station on Kajang Line)
  • Bukit Kiara (Provisional)
  • Sri Hartamas
  • Mont Kiara
  • Bukit Segambut
  • Taman Sri Sinar
  • Dutamas
  • Jalan Kuching (Interchange with Port Klang Line)
  • Titiwangsa (Interchange with Ampang & Sri Petaling Line, KL Monorail and Putrajaya Line)
  • Kampung Puah
  • Jalan Langkawi
  • Danau Kota
  • Setapak
  • Rejang
  • Setiawanga (Interchange with Kelana Line)
  • AU2
  • Taman Hillview
  • Tasik Ampang
  • Kampung Pandan
  • Pandan Indah (Interchange with Ampang Line)
  • Taman Kencana
  • Taman Cheras
  • Taman Midah (Interchange with Kajang Line)
  • Jalan Yaacob Latif
  • Sri Permaisuri
  • Salak Selatan (Interchange with Sri Petaling Line)
  • Salak Jaya (Provisional)
  • Kuchai (Interchange with Putrajaya Line)
  • Jalan Klang Lama
  • Pantai Dalam (Interchange with Port Klang Line)
  • Pantai Permai
  • Universiti (Interchange with Kelana Jaya Line)
  • UM

Below are another 8 things about the MRT 3 Circle Line

#1 – Softer approach to get more to use public transport

Once this MRT 3 is completed, it will complete the KL urban rail network. (expected to encourage public transport usage). No more excuses that it takes too long to connect to some stations because of unavailability of a circle loop.

#2 – Harder approach to get more to use public transport

Further measures to reduce congestion and pollution such as vehicle and environmental fees may be introduced after this MRT 3 is completed. This includes HIGHER parking fees for example. (These days, it’s probably RM3 per hour, how high can this number go I wonder)

#3 – MRT 3 will be fully operational in 2030 and the first phase to start operations in 2028. (Read here for details) Similar to MRT Putrajaya Line lah. Read here for the details.

#4 Of the 31 stations, 24 are elevated and 7 are underground ones. There will be park and ride facilities at 15 stations. (means half of the stations have parking facilities)

#5 – Total cost is RM31 billion and this does not include another RM8 billion which is estimation for land acquisition. (wow… for the land owners)

#6 – Transport Minister Datuk Wee Ka Siong said, “The alignment will be connected to the existing rail network including the MRT1, MRT2, LRT (light-rail transit), monorail and KTM Komuter to form 10 new interchange stations for a more complete, integrated and efficient public transport system in the Klang Valley.”

#7 – Tender for MRT 3 will open in 2022 and will be done through 5 packages over a period of 6 to 8 years. It will be financed through hybrid funds like bonds, government guarantees and deferred payments.

#8 – Malaysia’s Ministry of Finance (MoF) will issue government-guaranteed Islamic bonds of up to RM50 billion in financing for the Mass Rapid Transit 3 (MRT3) Circle Line project. Extra RM11 billion is set aside for payment of interest on sukuk and other costs.

To read the articles for these additional info, they are as below:

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Happy learning and anticipating this final piece of the MRT plans for the Klang Valley.

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