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jimmyay
18-12-2008, 06:25 PM
I mean the one that link from Federal Highway-SJMC-Jln Kewajipan (near A&W)

Is the work still continuing? I heard it is stopped due to overhead pedestrian bridge. Why can't they just link it all the way till Summit area or after USJ2?

bslee
18-12-2008, 07:14 PM
What seems to me is that all the direct traffic jam from Federal Highway will culminate at that point and it'll not ease the jam afterall before The Summit. I really wonder how come its not gone straight overhead.
It likely be worse still for traffic heading straight and turning off to USJ2.

bslee
18-12-2008, 09:05 PM
I just think this highway is just another traffic floodgate for already famous USJ traffic jam woes! Lets see in few months time! Heh!

yong
18-12-2008, 10:52 PM
I'm wondering when they'll remove the old predestrial bridge in front of A & W.

The flyover is almost ready, I believe it's all about compensation. Any news?

zerowindez
18-12-2008, 11:23 PM
I would like to dream on how they would manage to have the flyovers after USJ 2!

Firefly
20-12-2008, 01:09 PM
All unnecessary spending to add more traffic into Subang Jaya. Then they will have more reason to build more unnecessary highways in the pretense of solving the problem that they created in the first place.

bslee
20-12-2008, 01:12 PM
All unnecessary spending to add more traffic into Subang Jaya. Then they will have more reason to build more unnecessary highways in the pretense of solving the problem that they created in the first place.

Go underground tunnel. no?... expensive?,...whats undertaken in Malaysia thats not expensive?.. then again, USJ'ians will kick up a blardi fuss that their homes can cave in and sink.. hmmmm... Malaysia, oh Malaysia!.. May God Bless and have mercy on Malaysia!...the rakyat in particular.

CS Chua
20-12-2008, 02:18 PM
It is my understanding that the primary purpose of this overhead road is for the Subang people (old airport) to access Kesas and vice versa. There is no direct connection to the Federal Highway. The access to the Federal Highway is indirect. We have been fooled.

IsaacVky
21-12-2008, 12:14 AM
It is my understanding that the primary purpose of this overhead road is for the Subang people (old airport) to access Kesas and vice versa. There is no direct connection to the Federal Highway. The access to the Federal Highway is indirect. We have been fooled.

True, there is no exit from the Federal into USJ -vice versa, if you observe carefully the design of the road.

AllUrban
22-12-2008, 11:56 AM
True, there is no exit from the Federal into USJ -vice versa, if you observe carefully the design of the road.they really should have built a link from the federal to KESAS on the west side of Subang, just before the Batu Tiga toll plaza. That would have cost less money, caused a lot less trouble, and would not be delayed by certain Signage companies refusing to allow the pedestrian bridge they built to be taken down until the MPSJ billboard contract is up ... which I believe is in 2011 :eek: :eek:

Not to mention, the ideal route for the LRT (straight down Kewajipan) is no longer viable...and to top it all off, it will not resolve the jam at the KESAS interchange.

Oh, and I should also mention...the project was planned to finish in Dec 08, and at one point it was ahead of schedule (a total rarity in Malaysia or any other country) but look at it now!

It is a lousy project...but how come no one is protesting except for that mat salleh in the green shirt?

Cheers, m

bslee
22-12-2008, 12:36 PM
Oh, and I should also mention...the project was planned to finish in Dec 08, and at one point it was ahead of schedule (a total rarity in Malaysia or any other country) but look at it now!


If it was a tolled road, I reckon it'll be complete in no time.