Selangor Journal

Restructuring of Kota Kemuning road starts August

SHAH ALAM, JUL 19: The road restructuring work to overcome congestion at the Kota Kemuning roundabout will start next August with a cost of RM20 million.
Sri Muda Assemblyman, Shuhaimi Shafiei said, the upgrading work involves the first phase, consisting of the first and second packages, each with a cost of RM5 million and RM15 million respectively.
He said, in the first package which will start in August, the appointed contractor will widen the road from two lanes into three lanes and increase slip roads.
“Users from all four intersections do not need to pass the Kota Kemuning roundabout, conversely they can exit through the slip road into the Kesas Highway to avoid congestion,” he said when met by SelangorKini.
Shuhaimi said, the second package involves the second route which is Persiaran Anggerik Mokara straight towards Kesas Highway which will be opened to reduce traffic congestion going out from Kota Kemuning towards Shah Alam-Kemuning Highway (LKSA) and Kesas Highway.
“After this upgrading work, I am sure that at least the congestion during peak hours can be reduced.
At the same time, he said the State Government has plans to build multi-level roads from the first roundabout to the third roundabout in Kota Kemuning.
“We have applied for budget from the State Government to build this multi-level roads with an estimated cost of RM90 million,” he said.
MBSA Council Member, Tan Ah Kow had informed that residents have agreed to the plan for the new roads after a meeting was held with MBSA.
He said, the plan was approved during a full meeting held in February 24 last year.

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