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THE handover of 56 rubbish compactors and one “arm roll truck” to a sub-contractor in Shah Alam marks a new beginning for waste solution in Selangor.
IT WAS not all rosy in Selayang this year as Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) had to tackle a host of issues concerning the public, from illegal waste dumping and catching stray animals to clamping down on unlicensed car wash operators.
FOR too long and too often, pedestrians have had to suffer the cramped spaces of the Klang Valley’s many five-foot ways in the battle against the insatiable demand for bigger and wider roads.
PJX-HM Shah Tower in Persiaran Barat, Petaling Jaya, now has available parking bays on two floors for the public to park their cars and walk to nearby LRT stations.
Ah, legal parking spaces. Those precious amenities have become an elusive luxury, especially in a busy city like Petaling Jaya.
JOHOR BARU: The Government is urged to come up with practical solutions to reduce congestion at the Johor Causeway instead of wasting taxpayers’ money on conducting a feasibility study on building a third bridge linking Johor Baru and Singapore.
THE Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) task force set up to tackle the problem of legalising unlicensed factories in the city has so far identified 1,500 such operations.
MANY are hopeful that the Transport Ministry’s proposal in making it compulsory for all private cars to have child safety seats by next year is enforced strictly.
Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2040 to be all-inclusive with 4 million people in mind.