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.COMPANY BACKGROUND

KTM Komuter is the first electrified commuter train service in Malaysia. It was introduced in 1995 to cater especially to commuters in Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding sub-urban areas and is a popular mode of transport to commute to Kuala Lumpur. Passengers of the KTM Komuter can rest in the comfort coaches while being taken to their destinations at very reasonable fares.

The KTM Komuter has made shopping complexes and recreational centres more accessible, particularly with the connection to Rapid KL Ampang/Sri Petaling Line (Bank Negara and Bandar Tasik Selatan halts) and Rapid KL Bus/Kelana Jaya Line (Stesen Sentral Kuala Lumpur) at the respective interchange stations.

KTM Komuter covers about 217km length of network that has 51 stations. It consists of two lines, as well as the shuttle service from Rawang to Tanjung Malim. Transfers between the two lines can be done at KL Sentral and Putra, while cross-platform transfers can be conveniently done in Kuala Lumpur. Passengers continuing their journey on the Rawang-Tanjung Malim service is require to board the train at Rawang station.

KTM Komuter's tickets can be purchased at the ticketing counters or by using the self-service Ticket Vending Machine, which are available at all stations and halts. For a faster, easier and more relaxing way of travelling to or from the city, KTM Komuter is your best choice of transportation.

MISSION

TO PROVIDE THE PREFERRED MODE OF PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION IN MALAYSIA. WE SHALL SATISFY CUSTOMERS EXPECTATION WITH SAFE, RELIABLE, PUNCTUAL, CLEAN, COMFORTABLE AND FRIENDLY SERVICES.

OBJECTIVE

TO ENSURE ACHIEVEMENT OF TARGETED REVENUE AND VOLUME OF PASSENGERS BY FULFILLING MARKET REQUIREMENTS AND SATISFYING CUSTOMER NEEDS.

TAGLINE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

YB Dato’ Sri Ir. Mohd Zin Mohamed
Chairman of the Board

YB Dato’ Sri Ir. Mohd Zin bin Mohamed, aged 56, and was appointed to the Board as its Non-Executive Chairman on 1 October 2009. YB Dato’ Sri Ir. Mohd Zin was a former Cabinet minister holding the portfolio of Minister of Works.

Y. Brs. Dr. Aminuddin bin Adnan
President

Y. Brs. Dr. Aminuddin bin Adnan, aged 56, was appointed to the Board on 1 August 2009. He was formerly the Chief Executive Officer of Express Rail Link Sdn. Bhd.
Y. Brs. Puan Nik Roslini binti Raja Ismail
Non-Independent, Non-Executive Director

Y. Brs. Puan Nik Roslini binti Raja Ismail, aged 37, was appointed to the Board on 16 December 2009. Y. Brs. Puan Nik Roslini’s present position is the Principal Assistant Secretary, Investment, MoF Inc., and Privatisation Section, Ministry of Finance.

Y. Brs. Tuan Haji Abdul Rahim bin Daud
Non-Independent, Non-Executive Director

Y. Brs. Tuan Haji Abdul Rahim bin Daud, aged 55, was appointed to the Board on 1 August 2009. At present, Y. Brs. Tuan Haji Abdul Rahim is the Under Secretary of the Development Division, Ministry of Transport.

Y. Brs. Encik Selvarajoo a/l Manikam
Non-Independent, Non-Executive Director

Y. Brs. Encik Selvarajoo a/l Manikam, aged 54, was appointed to the Board on 16 December 2009. Y. Brs. Encik Selvarajoo is currently the Deputy Director, Infrastructure and Public Utilities Section in the Economic Planning Unit.
Y. Bhg. Dato’ Sri Zakaria bin Hj Bahari
Independent Non-Executive Director

Y. Bhg. Dato’ Sri Zakaria bin Hj Bahari, aged 58, was appointed to the Board on 25 February 2010. He was formerly the Secretary General of the Ministry of Transport.

Y. Brs. Puan Hajjah Jamela binti Mohd. Syed
Independent Non-Executive Director

Y. Brs. Puan Hajjah Jamela binti Mohd Syed, aged 56, was appointed to the Board on 25 February 2010. She was formerly the Deputy Accountant General (Corporate) in the Accountant General’s Department.

Y. Bhg. Datuk Dr. Elias bin Kadir
Independent Non-Executive Director

Y. Bhg....
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