Johor Baru gets RM250mil infrastructure allocation

Signing ceremony: Amran (third from left) exchanging documents with Alinah at the MoU signing yesterday.

JOHOR BARU: The federal government has allocated RM250mil for three infrastructure projects to help improve connectivity and accessibility within downtown Johor Baru, which is part of the multi-million ringgit Johor Baru City Centre transformation project.

Johor Baru mayor Amran A. Rahim said the allocation includes the construction of the elevated road connecting the Ibrahim International Business District (IIBD) in Johor Baru with Jalan Tebrau and Jalan Tun Razak.

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