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    Hi Rajiv,
    Since the Da Men construction and LRT construction started, Persiaran Kewajipan heading towards USJ is filled with pot holes e.g. right in front of Da Men before the turning towards Mydin traffic light, in front of Shell and many more along the way until Petronas station USJ 14. Some of the holes are really huge deep. With rainy season coming, it is very dangerous especially at night because you can't see them clearly. Whose responsiblity is it to resurface the roads? MPSJ or the contractors?
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    Mr Rajiv

    Repeating my complain about the double U-turn in front of Carrefore in Jalan Kemajuan and Jalan SS 16/2, for I don't know how many times already and no solution in sight. I was nearly hit by a mini bus making an illegal double U-turn at the traffic junction when the light was already red on its side in Jalan Kemajuan and I had the green light to go ahead from Jalan SS 16/2. What is the problem? MPSJ and police Boh Chap Seow?
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    Mr Rajiv,
    Any plans to work with SriKL to improve the traffic outside their school during peak hours? The selfish parents usually will hog most lanes just to drop their kids off causing traffic jam even to Kewajipan roundabout. perhaps these selfish parents needed to be educated more than their kids do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowy_8 View Post
    Hi Rajiv,
    Since the Da Men construction and LRT construction started, Persiaran Kewajipan heading towards USJ is filled with pot holes e.g. right in front of Da Men before the turning towards Mydin traffic light, in front of Shell and many more along the way until Petronas station USJ 14. Some of the holes are really huge deep. With rainy season coming, it is very dangerous especially at night because you can't see them clearly. Whose responsiblity is it to resurface the roads? MPSJ or the contractors?
    Mr Rajiv, this is also he case at the LRT sites from ss15 to ss14. There more potholes & getting bigger especially rainy season now. What can be done? Maybe ask them to repair on weekly/biweekly basis or to deduct from their Bank guarantee which was submitted to MPSJ before construction? TQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by besitai2007 View Post
    Mr Rajiv

    Repeating my complain about the double U-turn in front of Carrefore in Jalan Kemajuan and Jalan SS 16/2, for I don't know how many times already and no solution in sight. I was nearly hit by a mini bus making an illegal double U-turn at the traffic junction when the light was already red on its side in Jalan Kemajuan and I had the green light to go ahead from Jalan SS 16/2. What is the problem? MPSJ and police Boh Chap Seow?
    There are even cars/mini buses/taxis etc did the U-turn from third lane ( that suppose to go straight). How ?
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    Yes. Sri KL has recently submitted a traffic plan to MPSJ, and we will be meeting soon to discuss it.

    Quote Originally Posted by superz View Post
    Mr Rajiv,
    Any plans to work with SriKL to improve the traffic outside their school during peak hours? The selfish parents usually will hog most lanes just to drop their kids off causing traffic jam even to Kewajipan roundabout. perhaps these selfish parents needed to be educated more than their kids do.
    Rajiv Rishyakaran
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    Tel: 012-3111585,Fax: 03-56350230
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    The root problem of the double (triple too? I haven't seen that yet though) u-turn at this junction, is an overload of vehicles that need to get to the buildings from Carrefour up to Mesiniaga... I've written more on this, and a proposed solution that is in the pipeline here
    http://www.rajiv4malaysia.com/2012/1...proposals.html


    Quote Originally Posted by munamu View Post
    There are even cars/mini buses/taxis etc did the U-turn from third lane ( that suppose to go straight). How ?
    Rajiv Rishyakaran
    Ahli Majlis MPSJ Zon 1

    Tel: 012-3111585,Fax: 03-56350230
    Email: rajiv@dapsj.com
    Blog: http://www.rajiv4malaysia.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by munamu View Post
    Mr Rajiv, this is also he case at the LRT sites from ss15 to ss14. There more potholes & getting bigger especially rainy season now. What can be done? Maybe ask them to repair on weekly/biweekly basis or to deduct from their Bank guarantee which was submitted to MPSJ before construction? TQ
    This is a problem that I view seriously. I have highlighted this a number of times to both the contractor (who is supposed to patch them up) and MPSJ. I have even gone to the extend of raising it in MPSJ's fullboard meeting last month, and have requested that MPSJ Engineering Department station 1 officer to drive up and down the LRT construction stretch to monitor and ensure any defects is rectified immediately.
    Rajiv Rishyakaran
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    Tel: 012-3111585,Fax: 03-56350230
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    Dear Rajiv,i am very proud that you answer all promblems from the forumers but during the full MPSJ meeting make sure any problems raise must have a deadline to complete and make the dept. answerable for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    Dear Rajiv,i am very proud that you answer all promblems from the forumers but during the full MPSJ meeting make sure any problems raise must have a deadline to complete and make the dept. answerable for it
    BTW, while you are at it, CAN YOU PLEASE ALSO KNOCK THE HEAD of the JKP Zone 3 Cllr LOI (your "lousy" successor for JKP3, we regret the day you left JKP3 )? Where is he to look into JKP3 zone headaches ?
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    Dear Rajiv,

    Happy New Year to you!

    2 things to address for me in Zone 1;
    1. The recently opened U-turn opposite Toyota showroom, to Jln kemajuan. The heavily used Uturn has resulted in the road been literally torn up. And not 1 month ago, it was quickly patched up. BUT the patch work was so shoddily done that NOW, today the road is again all torn up .

    I suggest that you get MPSJ engineering dept to QC the contractor as per SOP thoroughly. Current Chin-chai bo-chai patch work is so 3rd world! Something MPSJ engineering Dept should NOT be proud of.

    2. Kudos to the MPSJ trafik. Please continue to issue daily summons to those illegal parkers along service road Jln ss17/2, 2A, 2B.

    Especially dangerous are those who parked on the shoulders of the junction, thereby closing off the line of sight.


    Cheers.

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    Time to SERIOUSLY consider CONCRETE type works on certain areas prone to constant potholes and being torn up. No doubt this can be more expensive but its long term. Patching and patching and patch like blue jeans will only enrich the contractors long term. There'll be no end to this. Subang and USJ is also roads to heavy to extremely heavy commercial vehicles as both sides of Subang/USJ is flanked by commercial concern, factories and heavy industries. I'm reckoning our roads here are suited for cars to light commercial vehicles, NOT trailers, container vehicles or heavier. Surely, there's no possibility to ban them off these roads. Look at Summit/Da Men/USJ1 cross road junction, the road is ruined within months or even weeks.
    MPSJ can save money LONG TERM by considering ultimate measures for our roads. I've said it before, the only people laughing to the bank are the road repair contractors, not Subang people nor MPSJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    Time to SERIOUSLY consider CONCRETE type works on certain areas prone to constant potholes and being torn up. No doubt this can be more expensive but its long term. Patching and patching and patch like blue jeans will only enrich the contractors long term. There'll be no end to this. Subang and USJ is also roads to heavy to extremely heavy commercial vehicles as both sides of Subang/USJ is flanked by commercial concern, factories and heavy industries. I'm reckoning our roads here are suited for cars to light commercial vehicles, NOT trailers, container vehicles or heavier. Surely, there's no possibility to ban them off these roads. Look at Summit/Da Men/USJ1 cross road junction, the road is ruined within months or even weeks.
    MPSJ can save money LONG TERM by considering ultimate measures for our roads. I've said it before, the only people laughing to the bank are the road repair contractors, not Subang people nor MPSJ.
    agree that summit/giant/usj sentral junction to use concrete instead of tar road, too many heavy vehicles plying that road, wonder how much extra cost incur compare the two, interlocking brick can be an option too, it should pay off in long run consider less maintenance required. Can also ask those developers with many construction going on (Damen, PJD, empire and etc) to partly contribute to the cost bcos they r part of the culprits.
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    REQUEST FOR MPSJ TO LEAVE THE STREETLIGHTS ON FOR EXTRA 15 MINS

    Current time cut off: 7:00AM daily

    SUGGESTED NEW TIME: 7:15AM on school days/weekdays

    Areas:

    1) Persiaran Tujuan (SS19 stretch)

    The traffic is pretty heavy due to the schools and it will really help for those extra 15mins. 7:00am is still quite dark and with heavy traffic, it can help to reduce accidents and traffic congestion. The USJ section of Persiaran Tujuan lights are off at 7:15am, that is just perfect, given that by then, the sunlight is sufficiently bright enough.

    2) SS19/6 and the roads near the schools - SJKC Lick Hung, SK SS19.

    I have noted that MAJORITY of children attending both these schools esp SJKC Lick Hung arrive around 6:50-7:10AM ... when the streetlights are turned off at 7:00am, the whole area becomes PITCH BLACK, save for lights from 7-11, the cars' headlights and some shops that leave their five-foot way lights on. As we know children will dart in and out between cars crossing roads and in such situation of low-visibility, it is DANGEROUS esp for the GIRLS with their DARK BLUE pinafores ...

    A couple of times, I witnessed cars coming to sudden halt just becuase a kid appear and it is pretty dark for drivers to see all around. This is URGENT, PLEASE TAKE NOTE. I am sure A CHILD'S LIFE is valued more than 15mins of streetlight !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai View Post
    Dear Rajiv,

    Happy New Year to you!

    2 things to address for me in Zone 1;
    1. The recently opened U-turn opposite Toyota showroom, to Jln kemajuan. The heavily used Uturn has resulted in the road been literally torn up. And not 1 month ago, it was quickly patched up. BUT the patch work was so shoddily done that NOW, today the road is again all torn up .

    I suggest that you get MPSJ engineering dept to QC the contractor as per SOP thoroughly. Current Chin-chai bo-chai patch work is so 3rd world! Something MPSJ engineering Dept should NOT be proud of.

    2. Kudos to the MPSJ trafik. Please continue to issue daily summons to those illegal parkers along service road Jln ss17/2, 2A, 2B.

    Especially dangerous are those who parked on the shoulders of the junction, thereby closing off the line of sight.


    Cheers.

    You know who this is :-)
    Councillor Rajiv,

    item #1 has been addressed. Ican see the patch work is visibly nicely done and 'more compacted'. I hope it can take the extra load now that many are appreciating and using this Uturn.

    Thank you for you attention to this...and also please continue to get the mpsj Pegawai Trafik to issue summons to those illegal & stubborn parkers along the service road of ss17/2.
    Thank you.
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