RM600mil a year to maintain Johor roads


Hasni (third from left) together with Barisan Nasional’s Pontian incumbent Datuk Ahmad Maslan (second from left) and Pulai Sebatang incumbent Datuk Tee Siew Kiong (second from right) during the launch of the RM23.2mil road upgrading works of Jalan Parit Ibrahim and Jalan Parit Jawa in Pontian.

PONTIAN: The state government spends more than RM600mil for road maintenance in the state annually.

Johor Public Works, Regional and Rural Development executive councillor Datuk Hasni Mohamed said that besides patching up potholes, the allocation was used to repair or replace signages and cut grass along road shoulders.

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