Rockfall at New Klang Valley Expressway


KUALA LUMPUR: Motorists returning to the Klang Valley from the Hari Raya holidays will have to put up with numerous diversions for up to two weeks after a major rockslide yesterday left an 8km-stretch of the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) near the Bukit Lanjan interchange impassable. 

Thousands of tonnes of boulders and soil crashed onto the expressway early in the morning forcing the closure of the busy Damansara-Sungai Buloh stretch of the expressway. 

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