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30 of these Klang Valley-wide public transport route maps were commissioned by and delivered to Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM)'s Komuter department to be installed in stations. They were intended to guide commuters on continuing their journeys should they then need to hop on to a bus or another train line after getting off the Komuter train.

Its area coverage stretched from Selayang in the north to Balakong in the south, and from Ampang in the west all the way westward to Subang Jaya. Apart from route information, bus fares, operating hours and frequencies are clearly stated on top of each map. These large format maps were printed to withstand outdoor conditions within train stations.

These maps were based on an initial design for bus stop maps, as commissioned by City Hall's Urban Transport Department. These were initially planned to be released in 2006, but its printing was delayed due to the bus network revamp of Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras (RapidKL), Kuala Lumpur’s current main public transport provider, in the same year.

 

 

 KTM Komuter station maps
2007

 

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