- The exterior of the KL Monorail's Titiwangsa terminal station, with the terminating line's buffer stop.
- The platform level of the Ampang Line's Titiwangsa station.
- Construction of the MRT station in October 2021
- Titiwangsa MRT underground station
|| LRT, MRT and Monorail station|
|Other names||Chinese :帝帝旺沙站|
|Location|| Jalan Tun Razak, Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur |
|Owned by||Prasarana Malaysia (LRT & Monorail) MRT Corp (MRT)|
|Operated by||Rapid Rail|
|Platforms||2 side platforms (LRT) |
2 side platforms (Spanish solution) (Monorail)
1 island platform (MRT)
|Tracks||2 (LRT) |
|Structure type|| (Elevated)|
|Opened|| 6 December 1998 |
31 August 2003
16 March 2023
Titiwangsa station is a rapid transit interchange station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The station is served by the LRT Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines, the KL Monorail Line and the MRT Putrajaya Line. The station allows seamless physical and fare integration between the four train lines.
Situated on Jalan Tun Razak (English: Tun Razak Road, formerly Circular Road) in the subdistrict of Titiwangsa, the station is also located beside the Gombak River and an adjoining bus station known as Titiwangsa Sentral.
The station is planned to be an integration station with the Circle Line of the KVMRT project.
First opened in 1998 as part of the former STAR LRT line's second phase of development, the station was intended to connect Titiwangsa to other parts of the city and surrounding areas. Under Phase 2 of the STAR line, a 15 km track with 11 stations was built to serve the northern and southern areas of Kuala Lumpur to cater for the Commonwealth Village and the National Sports Complex in Bukit Jalil, during the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur. At that time, Titiwangsa station was named as "Tun Razak" station.
The Titiwangsa LRT station is a light rapid transit (LRT) station along the common route of the Ampang Line and Sri Petaling Line for trains travelling south towards Ampang or Putra Heights, or north towards Sentul Timur. Opened in 1998 as part of the former STAR LRT line's second phase of development, the station was intended to connect Titiwangsa to other parts of the city and surrounding areas. The station, like all stations along the northern stretch of the LRT line, is elevated, with platforms located on the top floor and ticketing facilities located on the mid-level concourse.
The Monorail station is a later addition in the area that is intended to connect the LRT station with the KL Monorail. The station was constructed over Jalan Tun Razak and was completed in 2003, serving as the northern terminus of KL Monorail, with a buffer stop directly after the station. Like the LRT station, the monorail station sports somewhat similar level designs. The station was constructed with a Spanish solution layout, similar to the KL Sentral Monorail station. The station is one of two KL Monorail stations that are designated as an interchange with the Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines, the other being the Hang Tuah station.
The underground MRT station is the latest addition to the integrated station, serving the Putrajaya Line which opened on 16 March 2023. Titiwangsa is one of the Putrajaya Line's 3 interchanges with the Ampang/Sri Petaling Line, the other two being Chan Sow Lin and Sungai Besi, and the only one with KL Monorail.
The station's theme encapsulates the essence of "rhythm", capturing a dynamic and harmonious arrangement characterized by regular, repetitive patterns of movement or sound, emphasizing elements such as pattern, flow and tempo. The selected color palette for the theme is "ocean blue", inspired by Titiwangsa, a district named after the Titiwangsa Lake Park, which was previously an area of tin mines.
An elevated station has also been planned for the MRT3 Circle Line in the future, making it as the next metro hub in the city with 5 integrated transit lines.
Seamless transfer and fare integration was achieved on 1 March 2012 when the "paid-area" or restricted areas of both the LRT and monorail stations, which previously operated as two separate stations, were linked up with a footbridge, allowing passengers to transfer without needing to buy new tokens for the first time since the monorail became operational in 2003.
|L2||LRT Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines Platform Level||Side platform|
|Platform 1 Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines common routetowards Sentul Timur (→)|
|Platform 2 towards Ampang or towards Putra Heights (←)|
|KL Monorail Platform Level||Side platform (Spanish solution)|
|Platform 1 & 2 towards KL Sentral (←)|
|Side platform (Spanish solution)|
|L1||LRT station Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Office, Ticketing Machine, Station Control, Unpaid Area Escalators to/from Street Level|
|Paid Area Linkway||Paid-area Pedestrian Overhead Walkway Linking Concourses of the KL Monorail and LRT Ampang, Sri Petaling Line and MRT Putrajaya Line stations|
|Monorail Station Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Office, Ticketing Machine, Station Control, Unpaid Area Escalators to/from Street Level|
|MRT Station Concourse||MRT Putrajaya Line Concourse, Faregates|
|G||Street Level||Titiwangsa Bus Interchange, Escalators to Monorail and LRT Station Concourses|
|B1||Faregates, Exit to MRT Station Entrance B|
|B2||MRT Station Platform Level||Platform 1: towards Putrajaya Sentral (→)|
|Platform 2: towards Kwasa Damansara (←)|
|A||Intersecrtion of Jalan Pekeliling Lama and Jalan Tun Razak||Jalan Tun Razak, KPJ Sentosa Hospital, Damai Hospital, Hab Bas Titiwangsa, Kompleks Damai, Tun Razak 2 Residence, Tun Razak Residence, Kuala Lumpur Hospital, Jalan Setiawan, Jalan Cemur, Jalan Taiping, Jalan Bidor, Pusat Transit Gelandangan Kuala Lumpur|
|B||Jalan Tun Razak (towards westbound) near Gombak River Bridge||Jalan Tun Razak, Hab Bas Titiwangsa, Titiwangsa Taxi Terminal, Jalan Batu Bata, Jalan Larut, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah|
|C||Intersection of Jalan Tun Razak and Jalan Pahang Timur||Jalan Tun Razak, MRT Titiwangsa via Entrance A, LRT Titiwangsa via Entrance D, KPJ Tawakkal Hospital|
|D||Jalan Tun Razak (towards eastbound) near Gombak River Bridge||Jalan Pahang Barat, Jalan Tun Razak, MRT Titiwangsa via Entrance A, MR Titiwangsa via Entrance C, Menara PJD, Jalan Sentul Manis, Jalan Kampar, Jalan Sentul, SMK Maxwell|
|E||Off Jalan Pangkor||Hab Bas Titiwangsa (Titiwangsa Bus Hub), Jalan Pangkor, Jalan Ahmad, Jalan Lumut, Jalan 1/68D, Jalan Datuk Haji Eusoff, Wisma PMB, Menara Teo Chew|
|PJD||Menara PJD||Menara PJD|
|A||Intersection of Jalan Pahang Barat and Jalan Tun Razak||Jalan Pahang Barat, Jalan Tun Razak, LRT Titiwangsa via Entrance D, MR Titiwangsa via Entrance C, Menara PJD, Jabatan Penguatkuasaan Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL)|
|B||Umnamed road from Jalan Pahang Barat towards Jalan Tun Razak||Jalan Tun Razak, Masjid Balai Islam, Institut Perubatan Respiratori Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Wat Meh Liew Thai Buddhist Temple, Pahang Roundabout, Titiwangsa Lake Park|
|Intersection of Jalan Pekeliling Lama and Jalan Tun Razak||Jalan Pekeliling Lama, Hab Bas Titiwangsa, Tun Razak 2 Residence, Tun Razak Residence, Jalan Ahmad, Kuala Lumpur Hospital, MR Titiwangsa via Entrance A or B|
|Intercharge bus hub|
|Location||Jalan Pekeliling, Selangor |
|Bus operators||Rapid Bus, Go KL City Bus, Intercity bus|
The Titiwangsa station is located close to a bus hub, also known as the Pekeliling Bus Station, just north beside the Gombak River and simply consisting of several rows of shelters. The station serves multiple local bus services, primarily by Rapid Bus and Go KL City Bus. There are intercity bus services from here to main townships in West Pahang including Genting Highlands, Bentong, Raub, Kuala Lipis, Cameron Highlands, Jerantut, Temerloh and Triang.
|Ayer Panas||↺||Titiwangsa||Rapid Bus|
|Terminal Maluri||⇌||Titiwangsa||Rapid Bus|
|Hab Titiwangsa||↺||KL Sentral||Kuala Lumpur City Hall (Go KL City Bus)|
|Hab Titiwangsa||↺||Bukit Bintang||Kuala Lumpur City Hall (Go KL City Bus)|
|Hab Titiwangsa||↺||MINDEF||Kuala Lumpur City Hall (Go KL City Bus)|
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