Back lanes safer for pedestrians and cyclists after makeover


Youths playing the traditional game of hopscotch drawn on recycled timber pavement while other lane users check out a display set up on the spruced up back lane connecting Magazine Road and Gurdwara Road. In the background is the Gama supermarket.— Photo:CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

THE back alley connecting Jalan Magazine and Jalan Gurdwara spots a new look after undergoing a RM840,000 makeover.

The 135m-long back lane with a width of 870sq m area has been paved over with interlocking bricks and recycled timber designs.

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