MRT SSP first phase starts in 15 months.

When would people start having another MRT line as their mode of transport? Image below shows the stations along the MRT Sungai Buloh – Serdang – Putrajaya (MRT SSP) or also known as MRT Line 2. MRT Line 1 is MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang (MRT SBK). The first phase of MRT SSP will start operating in 15 months from today or June 2021. That should the following stations: Sungai Buloh – Damansara Damai – Sri Damansara West – Sri Damansara East – Kepong Sentral – Metro Prima – Kepong Baru – Jinjang – Seri Delima – Kampung Batu.

Stations not stated within the above would be under Phase 2 and it will be operational by 2022. These include Kentonmen – Jalan Ipoh – Sentul West – Titiwangsa – Hospital Kuala Lumpur – Kampung Baru North – Ampang Park – KLCC East – Conlay – Tun Razak Exchange – Chan Sow Lin – Bandar Malaysia North – Bandar Malaysia South – Kuchai Lama – Taman Niaga Emas – Sungai Besi – Serdang Raya North – Serdang Raya South – Seri Kembangan – Equine Park – Taman Putra Permai – 16 Sierra – Cyberjaya North – Cyberjaya City Centre – Putrajaya Sentral.

Image source:

Article in Construction of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line has achieved more than 70 per cent project completion following the success of underpass tunnel breakthrough below the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway near Sungai Besi.

MRT Corporation Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) SSP Line project director, Datuk Amiruddin Ma’aris, said of the breakthrough, “The success of the V204 underpass construction shows the strong commitment of MRT Corp as project owner, the construction team from MMC Gamuda KVMRT (PDP SSP) Sdn Bhd as the turnkey contractor and WCT Bhd as the work package contractor to deliver the project according to schedule.” Both tunnels have a diameter of 5.8m and are 60m in length, and are located between the Taman Naga Emas and Sungai Besi stations. Please do refer to the full Article in

Perhaps should just invite a group of readers to have breakfast in Sungai Buloh and then board the train at 10am, visit a couple of places (take lots of photos and post online), have lunch (at some nice place within walking distance from a MRT station) and then a final coffee break (inside some cafes along the line) before arriving back in Sungai Buloh for a post-mortem and dinner?! Haha.

This article will be the reminder for me to plan something like that. 15 months is really not that far back. I await excitedly for it. As for the question of whether I would be taking it more often when it’s completed, the answer remains a no. I still prefer to drive. Haha. However, 2 times per week is possible. We shall see. What about some readers? Are you already thinking of moving to some places along the line? Happy anticipating.

Please LIKE FB page or Sign Up for free to get daily updates about the property market. Else, follow me on Twitter here.

Next suggested article: MRT reaching 200,000 ridership per day


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *