Federal Highway BRT proposal sparks debate


Slow-going: Motorists plying the Federal Highway would welcome a solution to end traffic congestion.

PETALING JAYA: A healthy debate has been sparked among experts, builders and motorists with the news that a Bus Rapid Transit system will be built along the Federal Highway to end road congestion.

The highway, built in 1967, was initially a four-lane road and expanded in 1992 into six lanes.

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