Renderings for Shah Alam bus terminal complex

TRANSIT has already profiled plans for the Shah Alam Terminal Complex. Architecture firm Kumpulan Seni Reka, has started posting renderings of their design for the Shah Alam Terminal Complex in Section U1 Shah Alam.

The images below suggest a likely site for the Terminal Complex – next to both the North-South Central Link and the Federal Highway, within (semi-reasonable) walking distance from the Batu Tiga LRT station.

The proximity of this complex to Batu Tiga, Lembah Subang, Subang Jaya, and the Subang Airport make it viable – but it will not be able to replace the urban transport terminal in the centre of Shah Alam.

Overview of the SATC shows the North-South-Central link and the river allowance - image courtesy of Seni Reka
Overview of the SATC (looking north) shows the North-South-Central link (dark grey bands) over the SATC, with the river allowance behind - image courtesy of Seni Reka.
A close up image of the terminal shows the elevated North-South-Central Link - image courtesy of Seni Reka
A close up image of the terminal shows the elevated North-South-Central Link - image courtesy of Seni Reka.
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9 thoughts on “Renderings for Shah Alam bus terminal complex”

    1. @mate, the project has not been confirmed yet as the state government is not ready to fund it.

      As for the location, it will be on the east side of Shah Alam under the North-South-Central Link, on the west side of the river.

      The nearest major landmark would be the MSU campus currently under construction.

      Regards, moaz for TRANSIT

    1. @Ling

      Unfortunately, the project never went forward beyond the renderings. We don’t know what the MBSA and Selangor Government have planned.

      Regards, Moaz for TRANSiT

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