GO KL City Bus two new lines – Blue Line & Red Line

Happy Labour Day to all!

Today, let’s go experiencing the beautiful KL City Life, by using GO KL City Bus!

Now there are two new lines (Blue Line & Red Line) start its operation by today, 1st May 2014. 

Go KL is focused on areas with high demands, especially those by employees and tourists. There are more than 100 office blocks near the designated stops for employees’ convenience. Go KL also reaches more than 14 shopping centers, more than 30 hotels, 10 education institutes, more than 8 religious buildings, and 14 tourist attractions. Go KL also stops at more than 5 public transport hubs.

Go KL is a FREE Bus service for the time being.

The buses are equipped with disabled facilities and FREE Wifi.

There are four lines :

Green Line  : KLCC – Bukit Bintang (14 stops / 45 mins)
Purple Line : Pasar Seni – Bukit Bintang (15 stops / 60 mins)
Blue Line     : Medan Mara – Bukit Bintang (17 stops / 45 mins)
Red Line      : KL Sentral – Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman (19 stops / 60 mins)

Operations hours for all lines are :

Monday – Thursday : 6am – 11pm
Friday – Saturday     : 6am – 1am
Sunday                       : 7am – 11am

The frequency for all lines is 5 minutes during peak hours, 10 minutes during non-peak hours and 15 minutes for normal hours.

Check it out!

Below is the latest Go KL City Bus Routes Map. For more information, you may visit www.gokl.com.my

Click the below map to enlarge – English version

GOKL CityBus Route Map 01 May 2014

可以点击放大以下的地图 - 中文版

GOKL-CityBus Chinese ver

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Comments

  1. Waseemuddin says

    Free bus service is a great gift from govt of Malaysia to all tourist..This way tourism may be improved significantly.. Thanks to govt of my.

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