|Light Rapid Transit (LRT) station|
Exterior view of the station.
|Other names||苏丹依斯迈 (Chinese)|
சுல்தான் இஸ்மாயில் (Tamil)
|Location||Jalan Sultan Ismail|
50250 WP Kuala Lumpur
|Owned by||Prasarana Malaysia|
|Operated by||Rapid Rail|
|Line(s)|| Ampang Line |
Sri Petaling Line
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Connections||Connecting station to Medan Tuanku via a 580 meters walking distance.|
|Opened||16 December 1996|
Sultan Ismail LRT station is a rapid transit station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, operated by RapidKL served by the Ampang Line and Sri Petaling Line. This station was opened in 1996, along with 17 other LRT stations, as Phase 1 of the STAR LRT Line. It was the terminus of the Ampang-Sultan Ismail route before the extension to Sentul Timur. The Sultan Ismail LRT station stands between Sekolah Kebangsaan Lelaki Jalan Batu and Chung Kwok Primary School. The Malaysia's leading multinational conglomerate Sime Darby head office is opposite of this station. There is an artist impression of the station erected at SK Lelaki Jalan Batu.
The station is a typical elevated Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines station, the platform level is on the topmost floor, consisting of two sheltered side platforms along a double tracked line; there is a single concourse housing ticketing facilities between the ground level and the platform level. The design is similar to that of most other stations on the line, with multi-tiered roofs supported by latticed frames, and white plastered walls and pillars. All levels are linked by stairways and escalators.
|Platform 1||Sentul Timur (→)Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines common route towards|
|Ampang or Sri Petaling Line towards Putra Heights Interchange (←)Ampang Line towards|
|L1||Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Station Control, Shops|
|G||Street Level||Jalan Sultan Ismail|
This station is connected to the Medan Tuanku Monorail station, about 580 m away, by a pedestrian bridge.
Around the station
- Kuala Lumpur Metropolitan University College
- Maju Junction Mall
- Webb, Mary; Clarke, Jackie (2007). Jane's Urban Transport Systems. Jane's Information Group. p. 249.
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