Extra KTMB tickets for Hari Raya, Labour Day go on sale March 24 (Poll Inside)

KUALA LUMPUR: Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) will provide four additional electric train services (ETS) in conjunction with this year's Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Labour Day.

In a statement Thursday (March 23), KTMB said its additional train services involved two routes for KL Sentral-Padang Besar-KL Sentral as well as two more for KL Sentral-Butterworth-KL Sentral. These additional train tickets will go on sale Friday (March 24) at 10am.

The additional services offer 1,260 tickets per day, with the total number of tickets set at 13,860, including business class coaches, during the period.

Operations for the additional ETS for both routes will be from April 19 to 25 involving 14 services with each offering 4,410 tickets.

"Meanwhile, the additional train services for Labour Day will involve 16 services, from April 28 to May 1, with a total of 5,040 tickets,” KTMB said.

KTMB said the departure times for the additional ETS schedule on April 19 for the KL Sentral to Padang Besar route is at 11am (Padang Besar-KL Sentral) and 5.05pm (KL Sentral-Padang Besar), while the departure times for the KL Sentral to Butterworth route is at 11.40am (Butterworth-KL Sentral) and 4.40pm (KL Sentral-Butterworth).

More information can be obtained through the KTMB Call Centre at 03-2267 1200 or KTMB's official social media channels. - Bernama

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