Selangor Journal

Women and disabled-friendly multi-level parking complex in SS15

SUBANG JAYA, JUL 31: The SS15 commercial premise visitors and market goers ended their 20-years long wait for a parking facility upon completion of the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) Multi-level Parking Complex.
Subang Jaya Assemblyman, Hannah Yeoh said, the lack of parking space in the past has been most inconvenient for the market and commercial premise visitors.
She said that she is glad the collaboration between MPSJ, council members and the peoples’ representatives became in reality in Subang Jaya Constituency.
parkir 3
“I would also like to suggest to MPSJ to turn the top floor into a recreational court or rent it out to the public for wedding events,” she said after surveying the SS15 MPSJ Multi-level Parking Complex.
Meanwhile, Acting Yang Dipertua for MPSJ, Mohd Zulkurnain Che Ali said, the complex’s development project is an initiative by the council to create an orderly and organised environment in the commercial premise for public convenience.
He said the construction cost is RM11.1 million for the project which started since May 3 last year and was completed in July 8 this year.
“The facility solves the limited parking issue in SS15, prevents unauthorised parking around the area and provides a safe parking space for visitors and businessmen
“The parking will be free until this September 3 after which users will be charged a fee,” he said.
parkir 2
The complex is environmental-friendly, lighted with LED lights for energy-saving and its floor is painted with safe and environmental-friendly epoxy chemical substance.
It measures at 6,2749 sqft, the four-storey building provides 630 parking lots (605 lots) in the building and 25 lots outside the building including 14 lots for persons with disability (OKU).
It is also women-friendly, there are 12 lots specially for women drivers. It is equipped with 24-hour CCTV which is directly linked to MPSJ headquarters for monitoring and security and it has no other commercial element.

Top Picks

Landslide: Selangor Sultan, Tengku Permaisuri offer condolences to victim’s families

Editor Selangor Journal

Experts tell parents to worry about effects of Covid-19, not vaccine, on their children

Editor Selangor Journal

Taman Templer community, teens to get 500 vaccine doses this Sunday

Editor Selangor Journal