Residents unhappy with DBKL’s plan to build access road through Taman Rimba Kiara


Kuala Lumpur City Hall had planned to build an elevated ramp from Jalan Wan Kadir as an access road to the proposed housing. Filepix

TAMAN Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) residents’ efforts in preventing Taman Rimba Kiara from encroachment is challenged as there are proposed roadworks that will take up part of the park. 

The residents learnt that Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) hall had planned to build an elevated ramp from Jalan Wan Kadir as an access road to the proposed housing development on Lot PT9244, which will encroach part of the 5.38ha of the park. 

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