Skypark Link service suspended from Feb 15

Skypark Link service suspended from Feb 15

14 days ago

KUALA LUMPUR: The Skypark Link service between KL Sentral and Subang Skypark will be temporarily halted starting Feb 15.

This, Transport Minister Anthony Loke said, was due to poor ridership, with roughly 80 passengers daily.

He said four sets of trains currently used for the Skypark Link service would be redeployed, with two of the sets to be used for the KTM Northern route and another two in the Klang Valley.

The move is set to save the government RM15 million a year, with the allocation going to other KTMB initiatives, he said.

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