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Kelana Jaya LRT resumes tomorrow with free rides

Kelana Jaya LRT resumes tomorrow with free rides

The Kelana Jaya LRT line will fully reopen on the morning of April 1, days after the service was shut down. Prasarana Malaysia Bhd said the 16 stations located between Kelana Jaya and KLCC stations will be reopened. Kelana Jaya and KLCC stations will reopen at 6 am.

It stated that it was the Land Public Transport Agency (Apad) gave the green signal for service on this line, which will resume following thorough tests were conducted by experts of Rapid Rail and the original manufacturer of the equipment, Thales Group.

Apad stated that it confirmed the stability of the automated train control system and declared it safe for operation. Prasarana Group President and CEO Azharuddin Mat Sah has said that they will be monitoring this situation in order to be sure that the trains can operate safely,report by play online casino malaysia.

We want to emphasize it is that our decision (to suspend services) was taken for safety reasons. We believe that the reopening of the line prior to time will alleviate the issues that commuters face.

In the meantime, Prasarana said it would give commuters a break by providing free rides for a whole week beginning tomorrow and running until November 20. The My50 pass holders would get the benefit of an extra seven days free rides when they renew their passes.

Touch 'n'Go users are able to make use of their cards without being charged. Users who use tokens can get tokens from customer service counters in every LRT, MRT, Monorail or BRT station. For more details, commuters may email or call 03-7885 2585, between 7am and 8.30pm (Mon-Friday) and 7am and 5.30pm (Sat-Sun).