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VARIOUS authorities will meet to discuss ways to improve safety for road users along the accident-prone Persiaran Saujana Impian, also known as the Kajang Bypass.
FADED road markings in several areas within Selat Klang constituency are putting motorists at risk.
SARAWAK has formed an integrated standard operating procedure monitoring team led by the police to control the spread of Covid-19 cases in Sibu district.
PUPILS from SJK(C) Pui Ying at Mile 4 will no longer have to dice with death while trying to cross Jalan Kapar as a pedestrian bridge is being built on government land next to the school.
GOVERNMENT agencies like Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and the Public Works Department (JKR) should blacklist contractors who carry out poor road maintenance jobs, especially repairing potholes, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
SOME 60% of roads in Selangor are “expired” and many are structurally damaged, causing issues such as potholes and cracks to be a never-ending problem.
PASIR Gudang City Council (MBPG) will be carrying out road upgrading works at the Pasir Gudang Highway and Johor Baru East Coast Highway starting next month.
THOSE living in and around Kampung Desa Aman, Sungai Buloh, have had to put up with pitch-dark roads for the past two years because of lack of proper street lights.
UNEVEN surfaces due to crumbling asphalt, sunken patches caused by badly repaved roads and potholes have made driving on several roads in Klang unnerving for motorists.