Public Transportation around Putrajaya: part 1

12 11 2009

Putrajaya Sentral is the main public tranportation hub of Putrajaya. It is a smaller version of Puduraya Station in Kuala Lumpur. Located at the west side of Putrajaya, this is the place where public transportation from other parts of Selangor stop. The Express Rail Link that links KLIA to KL Sentral has a station here.

Putrajaya Sentral

Putrajaya Sentral

If you prefer to take buses which are very much cheaper compared to the ERL, the two major bus companies that are operating here are Rapid KL and Nadi Putra. Rapid KL take passengers from outside of Putrajaya from places such as Bandar Utama, Serdang and Cyberjaya whereas Nadi Putra routes are confined to within Putrajaya. The Monorail project that was supposed to link the various parts of this new township has been put on hold due to the slowdown of the economy.

Rapid KL Bus Routes

Putrajaya Sentral

Putrajaya Sentral

RapidKL is one of the main bus companies that operates in this terminal. The main routes and the bus no are:

U42 : Putrajaya – Serdang KTM Komuter

This route takes you to Dataran Putrajaya, Presint 8, Tasik Putra Club, Sri Perdana Bridge, Persiaran Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, Botanical Garden, Persiaran Utara, SKVE (South Klang Valley Expressway), BESRAYA highway before stopping at Serdang KTM Komuter train station.

U43 : Putrajaya – Bandar Utama

This route uses LDP highway and pass by TESCO Puchong, IOI Mall Puchong, Kelana Jaya Giant Hypermarket, Kelana Jaya LRT, Kolej Damansara Utama (KDU), Uptown Damansara Utama, Sri Pentas TV3 and 1 Utama Shopping Centre.

T429 : Putrajaya – Cyberjaya Transport Terminal (CTT)

This is the bus to take if you intend to go to Cyberjaya, the Intelligent City of Malaysia. It will pass Century Square, Multimedia Development Corporation headquarter, Cyberjaya Transport Terminal, Multimedia University, Cyberia Crescent Condominium and Cyberia Smarthomes.

E1 : Putrajaya – Terminal Jalan Sultan Mohamad via Lebuhraya Kuala Lumpur-Seremban

This express bus route go to terminal Jalan Sultan Mohamad in Kuala Lumpur using the KL-Seremban Highway.

NadiPutra Bus Routes

Putrajaya Sentral

Putrajaya Sentral

NadiPutra buses take you to places within the city of Putrajaya. There are about 9 bus routes that you can take depending on the precint that you would like to go.

NadiPutra 100

Route covers include Putrajaya Sentral, Police Station, Putrajaya Hospital, Jalan P9, Jalan P9G, Jalan P8, Kompleks EDCBA, Alamanda and Jalan P16.

NadiPutra 200

Route covers include Putrajaya Sentral, Police Station, Putrajaya Hospital, Jalan P9B, Jalan P9G, Jalan P8, Persiaran Perdana P2, P3, P4, Wisma Putra, Jalan P16, Alamanda and Kompleks EDCBA.

NadiPutra 300

Route covers include Putrajaya Sentral, Jalan P9, Jalan P9G, Kompleks EDCBA, Alamanda and Jalan P16.

NadiPutra 301

Route covers include Putrajaya Sentral, Jalan P9B, Jalan P9, Persiaran Perdana P2, P3, P4 and Wisma Putra.

NadiPutra 400

Route covers include Putrajaya Sentral, Jalan P9, Jalan P9G, Jalan P11, Jalan P11B, Jalan P11A, Jalan P10, Kompleks EDCBA, Alamanda and Jalan P16.

NadiPutra 401

Route covers include Putrajaya Sentral, Jalan P9, Jalan P9G, Jalan P11, Putra Damai, Jalan P11B, Jalan P11A, Jalan P10, Jalan P8, Persiaran Perdana P2, P3, P4 and Wisma Putra.

NadiPutra 500

Route covers include Putrajaya Sentral, Police Station, Putrajaya Hospital, Jalan P9B, Jalan P9, Jalan P8, Kompleks EDCBA, Jalan P14 Jalan P15.

NadiPutra 501

Route covers include Putrajaya Sentral, Police Station, Putrajaya Hospital, Persiaran Perdana, P2, P3, P4, Wisma Putra, Jalan P16, Alamanda, Jalan P14 and Jalan P15.

NadiPutra 900

Route covers include Park & Ride, Presint 1, Kompleks EDCBA and Taman Botani(Botanical Garden).


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4 01 2010
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15 01 2010
rika setyowati

I am planning to visit PutraJaya next month. Would please suggest me whether I should hace a charter taxi (RM.30/hour) or take a bus for sightseeing tour?

Thanks in advance

25 01 2010
Prorajamoden

well, it’s depend on you actually. For those who prefer an adventurous journey, i suggest you take bus. But if you prefer taxi, it will be faster but you will spend more money on that. Both have pros and cons. ^_^ hope you’ll enjoy ur stay here.

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