Free Go KL bus adds Chocolate line, connecting Wangsa Maju to Sri Rampai LRT


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The Go KL Bus service has added the Chocolate Line to connect public housing areas with several strategic locations. - Filepic

Kuala Lumpur City Hall, in collaboration with Rapid Bus Sdn Bhd, has further expanded the Go KL Bus service by opening the ninth route known as the Chocolate Line to connect public housing areas with several strategic locations.

Federal Territories Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa in a statement said the free bus service involved a 14km route starting from Section 10 Wangsa Maju to the Sri Rampai LRT transit station.

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