The Light Rail Transit (LRT) Sri Petaling Line or LRT2 is the line extension project that connects Kuala Lumpur to the suburb areas of Puchong and Subang Jaya in the southwestern corridor of Klang Valley. The LRT system, which has started since 1996, has greatly helped to reduce the traffic congestion issue and over-reliance on private transport among the Klang Valley folks.
The elevated station of Taman Perindustrian Puchong LRT Station is sited next to the bustling Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP). It is located in the industrial neighbourhood of Taman Perindustrian Puchong, the immediate area which the station is served and where the station name was coined. Neighbouring contexts include a Hindu temple and the Spacerubix community complex.
A modern and disabled-friendly train station, the three-storey station building is well-equipped with facilities for train users, including bus stops, car park, convenience stores, ticketing counters, toilets and surau with escalators, lifts and an overhead bridge. Two side platforms are provided with an expanded platform floor area.
The station is well-recognised from its vivid exterior look, stems from its vibrant louvre panels adorning the station structural body. The station cylindrical form encapsulates a strong mass volume, punctured with an array of skylight, other than the permanent louvre panels. These have given generous natural lighting for its interior, along with the rainwater harvesting technology installed in the station building.