Kwasa Damansara MRT Station is an elevated MRT station that serves the suburb of Kwasa Damansara in Selangor.
This MRT Station was one of the stations of the MRT Kajang Line and was opened on 16 December 2016 under Phase One opening of the line.
The ceremony to launch Phase One of line by the Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Razak was held at this station on 15 December 2016.
|Stations for MRT Kajang Line and MRT Putrajaya Line
|↳ ⇄ Kwasa Damansara
When Phase One operations for the MRT Putrajaya Line bagan on June 16, 2022, this Kwasa Damansara MRT station would become the Northern terminus of the MRT Putrajaya Line.
At the same time, this station replaced Sungai Buloh station as the Northern terminus of the MRT Kajang Line.
The Kwasa Damansara MRT station has three levels, with the ground floor being the concourse and the two floors above being platform levels.
The two elevated platforms are island platforms, enabling this station to have four platforms to enable it to function as the interchange station between the MRT Kajang Line and the future MRT Putrajaya Line.
|LEVEL L2: Platform level
|Platform 1: MRT Kajang Line towards Kajang
|Platform 3: MRT Putrajaya Line towards Putrajaya Sentral
|LEVEL L1: Platform level
|Platform 2: MRT Kajang Line towards Sungai Buloh
|Platform 4: MRT Putrajaya Line terminus
|LEVEL G: Concourse
|Fare gates into paid area, escalators and lifts to platforms, Main entrance, Taxi lay-by, Kiss and ride lay-by, Walkway to park and ride, Staff parking
Although the tracks at the Kwasa Damansara station are elevated, the station building itself is at-grade, the only one of its kind on the MRT Kajang Line, but similar to Setiawangsa station on the Kelana Jaya Line.
With the opening of MRT Putrajaya Line, not just the platform 1 for Kajang-bound trains on level 2, and platform 2 for Sungai Buloh-bound trains on level 1 are being used, the platform 3, across from platform 1 on level 2 and platform 4 which shares level 1 with platform 2, are also put in use.
Location of MRT station
Kwasa Damansara MRT station is located within the Kwasa Damansara development project, one of two stations to serve this future township.
Around this MRT station, you can find these nearby attractions within short walking distance.
- Hospital Bersalin & Poliklinik Pusrawi Kota Damansara
- Islamic Medical Center Kota Damansara
- Kasturi Idaman Condominium
- Kopi & Dobi
- Kota Damansara Business Hotel
- Lot 35 Garden World
- Menara KWSP
- Nasi Kandar Kapitan
- National Registration Department, Kota Damansara
- Pangsapuri Ixora
- Park N Ride Kwasa Damansara
- Restaurant Fazlina Maju
- Restaurant Kelate Original
- Restaurant Rabiha
- Restaurant Syed Abu
Note: This is an ongoing update. More places will be added soon.
As this MRT station is located away from Jalan Sungai Buloh, a new access road was built to give access to the station.
Entrances and Exit
Kwasa Damansara MRT station currently has one entrance – Entrance A – although the design caters to future entrances when the area surrounding the station is developed.
The entrance A is located along wWest side of the station and it provides access to the taxi and private vehicle lay-by, Park and Ride.
The entrance currently leads to the station access road and the park and ride facility.
Facilities & services
Kwasa Damansara MRT station provides following facilities and services for your convenience.
- Feeder bus
- Public toilets
- Ticket vending machine
- Park and ride
- Customer service office
- Side platform
- Bicycle parking
- Ramp access
- Tactile tiles
- Disabled-friendly toilets
- Low lift buttons for wheel chair users
- Braille for the lift buttons
- Staff at stations to provide assistance
- Low counters for wheel chair users
Park and ride facility
At the Kwasa Damansara MRT station, a total of 500 car parking lots and 100 motorcycle parking lots are available.
The Park and Ride facility at the Sri Damansara Barat MRT station is operated by Metro Parking (M) Sdn Bhd (03-20812777).
The parking rates for MRT user are RM4.30 (per day per entry) and RM11.00 (maximum per day / overnight charges). The parking rates for non MRT user are RM3.30 for first hour and RM1.10 subsequent Hour, and RM11.00 (maximum per day / overnight charges).
The Parking rates for motorcycle is RM1.10 per entry per day at all Park and Ride.
Free first 15 minutes of parking charges (passing through) at all Park and Ride. Standard rates per hours will apply after 15 minutes for Non MRT user.
For Park and Ride user, please use the same Touch ‘n Go card for parking and train for RM4.30 per entry charge on the same day.
The same Touch ‘n Go card must be used on your return journey from the MRT Station to the Park and Ride.
You must leave the Park and Ride within 2 hours of exiting the MRT station fare gates.
Hourly parking rates per hour will apply if you re-enter and exit the same station without using the train.
If user park beyond 12.00 midnight, the “Maximum Per Day / Overnight Charges” will apply on top of previous daily charges.
The parking rate is inclusive of 6% SST tax as required by the government.
Park at your own risk. Lock vehicles and remove valuables. The management is not responsible for any loss or damage.
For any enquiries, please email to or call the appointed operator, Metro Parking (M) Sdn Bhd 03-20812777.
Information may be updated without prior notice by the MRT Corp.
Read more on Park and Ride facility at Kwasa Damansara MRT station.
|Kwasa Damansara (SBK04) MRT station statistics
|Kwasa Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
|MRT Kajang Line, MRT Putrajaya Line
|Available with payment. 550 parking bays and 100 motorcycle bays.
|16 December 2016
|Mass Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn Bhd
|Kwasa Damansara station on wikipedia
MRT stations of MRT Putrajaya Line
The MRT Putrajaya alignment spans a total length of 57.7km, consisting of 44.2km of elevated tracks and 13.5km running through underground tunnels. It has 39 operational stations of which 30 stations are elevated stations and 9 underground stations.
MRT stations of MRT Kajang Line
The MRT Kajang line is the first line of the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit Project (KVMRT) that began full operations in July 2017.
The MRT Kajang Line spans a total length of 51km and it runs underground for a distance of 9.5km beneath the centre of Kuala Lumpur while the rest of the alignment is elevated. The line has 30 stations of which 7 are underground station and 1 is provisional station (Bukit Kiara).
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