After an initial plan to open in November 2021 was delayed, the new MRT Putrajaya line is scheduled to open at 3 pm on June 16 2022, according to a report by FMT.
A total of 12 stations would be opened in Phase 1, and if all goes well Phase 2 would be happening in January 2023 as per the original schedule.
The following are Phase 1 stations:
- Kwasa Damansara (P) (MRT Kajang Line interchange)
- Kampung Selamat
- Sungai Buloh (P) (KTM Port Klang interchange)
- Damansara Damai (P)
- Sri Damansara Barat (P)
- Sri Damansara Sentral (P)
- Sri Damansara Timur (P) (KTM Port Klang interchange)
- Metro Prima (P)
- Kepong Baru
- Jinjang (P)
- Sri Delima
- Kampung Batu (KTM Seremban interchange)
The stations with (P) in the list have parking lots. Interchanges with other lines are also marked in the list.
Phase 1 basically comprises of the first twelve stations from Kwasa Damansara, which run across a 17.5 km section. Trains can travel from Kwasa Damansara to Kampung Batu in 24 minutes. The remaining 28 stations out of a total of 36 will be part of Phase 2, bringing the line up to a total length of 57.7 km.