Calls to make train station more visible

The Skypark Link train service uses a three-coach train which is able to accommodate up to 300 passengers at a time.

IT is a weekday morning and Muhammad Shahidul Islam Pranto is the only passenger to board the Skypark link connecting KL Sentral to the Skypark Terminal at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (better known as Subang airport).

In just 30 minutes, he disembarks and walks 10 minutes to the airport, having enjoyed a peaceful, if not lonely ride, without the usual hassle of commuters jostling for seats.

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