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The Bus Network Revamp (BNR)

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Bus Services Made Better for You

The Bus Network Revamp (BNR) was carried out by SPAD on 1 December 2015 to improve urban public transport in Greater Kuala Lumpur/ Klang Valley.

Under the BNR exercise, existing bus corridors were reorganised into smaller corridors based on the main trunk roads connecting Kuala Lumpur's City Center. In total 8 stage bus corridors, namely the Ampang Corridor, Cheras Corridor, Sungai Besi Corridor, Klang Lama Corridor, Lebuhraya Persekutuan Corridor, Damansara Corridor, Jalan Ipoh Corridor, and Jalan Pahang Corridor were revamped under the Greater Kuala Lumpur/ Klang Valley region.

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BNR specifically aims to improve the stage bus services in Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley by providing commuters with higher bus service frequency that covers a wider area, which will subsequently improve its reliability.

Latest Updates on BNR:

Date Media Release & Announcement
6 April 2016 SPAD REASSIGNS BNR BUS ROUTES 501, 540, 570 AND T571 FOR SUNGAI BESI CORRIDOR
29 March 2016 SPAD RESPONDS TO TAXI DEMONSTRATION HELD IN KUALA LUMPUR
23 March 2016 SPAD REMAINS COMMITTED TO A ZERO-TOLERANCE POLICY TOWARDS BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION
15 March 2016 SPAD AND ECERDC CONDUCT JOINT MARKET SENSING EXERCISE FOR EAST COAST RAIL LINE (ECRL) PROJECT
14 March 2016 REASSIGNMENT OF BNR BUS ROUTES 120, 121, 122 and T121 FOR JALAN IPOH CORRIDOR
29 Jan 2016 REASSIGNMENT OF 7 BNR BUS ROUTES TO RAPIDKL AND NADI PUTRA EFFECTIVE 1 FEBRUARY 2016
19 Dec 2015 REINSTATEMENT OF RAPIDKL TO TWO BUS ROUTES IN THE SUNGAI BESI CORRIDOR AND JALAN KLANG LAMA CORRIDOR
17 Dec 2015 SPAD DEPLOYING ADDITIONAL BUSES TO OVERCOME SHORTAGE, REDUCE WAIT TIME AND STABILISE SERVICES UNDER BUS NETWORK REVAMP
4 Dec 2015 SPAD WILL ENSURE BUS SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS CONTINUE
1 Dec 2015 BUS NETWORK REVAMP TAKES STAGE IN GREATER KUALA LUMPUR AND KLANG VALLEY TO DRIVE WIDER NETWORK COVERAGE AND RELIABILITY

Bus Operators under the BNR Initiative:

Each of the 8 corridors have corresponding operators that run the routes for that particular sector. The following is a list of operators per Corridor for the public’s reference when taking the stage bus services in Greater Kuala Lumpur/ Klang Valley:

Corridor Operator Service Area
Jalan Ipoh Corridor RapidKL, Selangor Omnibus, Setara Jaya, Wawasan Sutera and Causeway Link Kepong, Segambut, Sentul, Rawang, Selayang, Sungai Buloh and Gombak
Jalan Pahang Corridor RapidKL and Len Seng Jalan Genting Klang, Hulu Klang, Gombak, Taman Melawati, Wangsa Maju, Setapak, Keramat and Semarak
Ampang Corridor RapidKL Pandan Mewah, LRT Ampang, Ampang Point, Jalan Ampang and KLCC
Cheras Corridor RapidKL, Sri Indah and Nadi Putra Kajang, Cheras, Taman Dagang, Taman Maluri, Pandan, Pudu and Bangi
Sungai Besi Corridor RapidKL, Sri Indah and Nadi Putra Putrajaya, Serdang, Seri Kembangan, Desa Petaling and Bandar Sungai Long
Jalan Klang Lama Corridor RapidKL, Metrobus and Nadi Putra Puchong, Klang Lama, Taman Desa, Petaling Jaya Selatan (PJS) and Subang Jaya
Lebuhraya Persekutuan Corridor RapidKL, Cityliner, Seranas, Causeway Link and Wawasan Sutera Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, Subang Suria, Shah Alam, Alam Megah, Sri Muda, Bandar Klang, Banting, Kuala Selangor, Meru, Port Klang and around Klang
Damanasara Corridor RapidKL Damansara, Bandar Utama, Tmn Tun Dr Ismail, Damansara Utama, Pusat Bandar Damansara, Kompleks Kerajaan Jalan Duta, Bangsar, Pantai Dalam and Pantai Hill Park
 

|Download BNR routes & schedules|

Bus Fares under the BNR Initiative:

Under the BNR initiative, bus fares remain within the ceiling rate approved by the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board in 2009, as indicated in the following table:

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The bus network revamp (BNR) is not a static implementation and the Commission remains open to review and improve routes within the BNR network based on commuters' feedback. The public are encouraged to call the SPAD Hotline at 1800-88-7723, email aduan@spad.gov.my or share their feedback via social media at www.facebook.com/SPAD.my or Twitter @aduanSPAD or @SPADchannel.

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