Putra Heights LRT Station is a part of the LRT Extention Project (LEP) aimed to expand the routes of the LRT line across the Klang Valley. It is the second interchange LRT station since Masjid Jamek LRT station to connect both the Sri Petaling LRT line and Kelana Jaya LRT line.
Like many LRT stations, Putra Heights LRT station has 2 platforms – each for both LRT lines, an escalator and elevator which connect the train platforms to the LRT gate, Rapid KL kiosk and counter. Additionally, there is a 7-11 convenience store, a bus counter and a sheltered waiting area as well.
Jetbus is an express operator that operates alongside the many RapidKL buses at this LRT station – providing frequent trips to KLIA and KLIA2 on a daily basis.
Getting to this LRT station is easy. Passengers can take the train from any LRT station along the Sri Petaling or Kelana Jaya line, or board Rapid KL 752 or T759. Travellers can also opt for ride-hailing services as an alternative means to Putra Heights LRT station as well.