Pandamaran assemblyman says RM1.2mil used to improve 1.7km stretch in Klang

Leong (second from right) discussing the road upgrade with residents along Lebuh Turi in Klang. — Photos: AZLINA ABDULLAH/The Star

MOTORISTS are enjoying a smoother drive along south Klang’s busiest stretch, from the intersection of Persiaran Raja Muda Musa/Lebuh Turi to the intersection of Persiaran Pegaga/Jalan Batu Unjur, following road upgrades.

Pandamaran assemblyman Tony Leong Tuck Chee said RM1.2mil was spent to improve the 1.7km-long stretch that involved resurfacing, upgrading the road kerbs and divider as well as giving it a fresh coat of paint.

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