Cyberjaya Dedicated Transportation
System (DTS), claimed to be the first in the world which utilises the Global Positioning System (GPS) and GPRS
(General Packet Radio Service) to monitor passenger and bus
movements in near real-time has been launched on
10-Sep-2007`by the Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor
Cyberjaya DTS is
a bus shuttle service to help ferry knowledge workers from
the Klang Valley, Seremban, Klang, Gombak and Kepong to Cyberjaya.
Jointly developed by
Cyberview Sdn Bhd, Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC)
and RapidKL, DTS costs RM20.1million to build. DTS started its trial run in
July 2006. During the initial stage, it has a fleet of 53 buses, has signed
up 31 companies as customers, and has more than 2,260
regular passengers (data as of 10-Sep-2007).
At present, Cyberjaya DTS
is managed by Cyberview Sdn Bhd, operated by Disitu Holdings
Sdn Bhd and the bus operation system is controlled by BSMart
Solutions (M) Sdn Bhd.
It works by having a Mobile
Tracking Unit (MTU) installed in each bus, containing a GPS
chipset for location tracking and a GPRS telecommunications
unit for sending location information to a web server. The
MTU not only tracks the locations of the buses and alerts
the system when the vehicles depart from approved routes but
also monitors the temperature of the engine, to warn
administrators when a bus breaks down, for example.
breakdown occurs, a replacement bus from a pool of 10 that
are held in reserve for just such a situation, is
immediately sent out. The MTU also doubles as a passenger
tracking device because each DTS passenger is issued with an i-Button – an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chip –
which relays information about each passenger to the system.
This would allow companies in Cyberjaya to track and better
manage their employees.
is a tag issued to all those registered to take the DTS. It
functions as the ticket to board the DTS. It contains
details of the user such as the person’s name, process,
route, shift, name and i-Button serial no. Upon
registration, subscribers will receive an i-Button. Monthly
renewal can be made via online at www.maybank2u.com.my or
manually via booking hotline..
Cyberjaya DTS currently serves 7
routes. DTS runs 24 hours 7 days a week to cater for Shared
Services and Outsourcing (SSO) companies that operate in
similar way. It is also opened to all companies operating in
Cyberjaya. Its buses leave from seven locations daily – KL
Sentral, Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS), Gombak, Kepong, Klang
(South), Klang (North) and Seremban.
Refer route map and bus schedules below for details.
Cyberjaya DTS serves the following drop-off / pick-up points
in Cyberjaya (in sequence order):
HP Campus > Neo CyberPrima > FSBM > HSBC > Shell HQ > TM Net
> Century Square > SME 1.
It charges RM213 per
passenger per month. You can purchase the monthly pass for
RM213 at the DTS office. The address and contact numbers are
DTS Office Addres:
Cyberview Sdn Bhd
Main Lobby & Help Desk
SME Technopreneur Centre Cyberjaya (SME-1)
2270 Jalan Usahawan 2
63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor
DTS contact numbers:
Info / Booking Line
(03) 8315 6178*
Cyberjaya DTS Route Map (Updated)
The bus schedules or
timetables for Cyberjaya
DTS' 7 routes are displayed
below and can be downloaded