It's a DBKL beautification project, but residents upset at not being consulted


DBKL pedestrain walkway project unfriedly to the blind community.

A MULTI-MILLION ringgit beautification project involving Jalan Scott right up until Jalan Tebing in Brickfields has irked stakeholders who claim they were not consulted before it was given the go-ahead by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).

Several temple management committees, apartment dwellers and the business community in the area claim they would be directly affected by the project if it went ahead, as it will not only take away more than 20 parking bays but will increase traffic in the area.

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