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  1. #31
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    Just like the length of our fingers, I forsee 5 different groups of people will react differently and for obvious reasons.

    Group 1
    Those living along this stretch whether immediate or a bit further in will not mind travelling the extra mile in order to have sanity throughtout the day and night.

    Group 2
    Those who operate a business here where their customers or clients are mostly the residents of this vicinity will also support the partial closure so long as the intra traffic is still 2 ways

    Group 3
    Those who occasionally or infrequently use this stretch will generally be indifferent to the partial closure. In fact, they will support it if they patronise the commercial areas frequently as it becomes safer at the killer junction of USJ 17 and USJ 16

    Group 4
    Those who use this stretch as a short cut to Jalan Tujuan and onwards (eg those staying in USJ 6) will object strongly as they do not wished to be inconvenient to travel the extra mile. They couldn't be bothered who die in between.

    Group 5
    Those whose businesses depend on the Non residents who are the short cutters though their contributions to their revenue may not be substantial but in business the Ringgit is King. Their crave will outweigh whatever social responsibilty these business outlets have - if they ever have it in the first place. So you can expect this group to not only strongly object but as things are happening, they have been instigating the Sri Tanjung Flats residents to join their bandwagon by misleading them.

    This commercial group are only a handful but because they are very vocal and can throw names, MPSJ has kowtowed to them by removing the barrier hardly 36 hours after erecting it. With Pak Lah on board on board as our new PM and with his stern warning about "apple polishing" we sincerely hope the MPSJ will have the balls to make a decison which is fair to the people. Mind you, there are two state seats (Subang Jaya and Kinrara) at stake in this area. Thus, the voice of the people should be louder than the corporate people. I would just like to remind the korporat to be aware that we are their customers as well. We know that majority are in favour of this partial closure in the name of SAFETY. The current stuation, if left unchecked can only get worse. The New Pantai Expressway will be dumping the city traffic at our doorstep and Jalan Usaha will act as a very nice conduit to Shah Alam and Puchong and KLIA

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    Jeff, in answer to your question

    "An off-topic: Sri Melor is getting dirtier amd dirtier. Cat-sized rats may breed and infest the neighbourhood, soon.

    Can JKP Zon3 get MPSJ to do a "comprehensive" health check, and action taken?"

    Your observation was submitted during the JKP Zon3 meeting held in December 2003, it was agreed that action be taken to inform MPSJ, I was unable to make a reply, as I was not at the meeting.

    During the JKP meeting last night, I was told that MPSJ have been notified accordingly. Should you notice no change to the situation, please let us know and we will bring this matter up to their attention again.
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    Great job, Robertec.

    The last time I patronised Sri Melor was on the night of Jan 1. with some friends. I'm afraid the toilet and food-serving areas, plus the overall floor condition and the kerb looked oily and dirty.

    I wish others who patronise Sri Melot at USJ17 could share you feedback.

    Jeff Ooi & EdTeam

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    Any decision made so far ?

    After so many days, from 2003 to 2004 now, just wonder what decisions have been made by MPSJ for closure of Jln Usaha from the highway ?
    The number of vehicles passing this road are almost reaching the peak, why is MPSJ still holding on ?
    I hope to hear any updates from people like Umadavid, Anthony Ng, Ohm, Pcyeoh or any one who manageged to get involve in the committee or meetings, thank you very much.

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    In this area, OHM and Robert will be the best person to update all of us here. It is better that they be the official source of information. But all are most welcome to put forth their comments/view here freely so that if a resolution is found, at least all views have been taken into consideration. This is not the case of majority wins. It is a case of what makes better sense and not sens or many would like to refer to it as ringgit.

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    I have been made to understand this day, that a confirmation of the date when all parties involved in this matter will meet, will be finalised next week through MPSJ.

    In the meantime, a signature campaign is on going in USJ12, USJ16, USJ17 and USJ18. If you live in these areas give your fellow neighbours your full support by putting pen to paper.
    Live long and prosper - Tuvok
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    There was suppose to have been a meeting at MPSJ on the issue on the morning of

    Thursday, 29th January 2004

    It was cancelled at the last minute as most parties could not attend because of the Hari Raya Haji holidays (or so it was indicated).

    We are now awaiting a new meeting date.

    Hopefully, we do not have to wait too long.
    Live long and prosper - Tuvok
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    And that's the bottom line cause Stone Cold said so!

  8. #38
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    After studying the config, just need to be mindful that the
    morning rush-hour traffic from outside USJ 12, 16, 17, 18 using
    Jalan Usaha to route to Shah Alam, Puchong, Elite/NKVE and to
    Elite/KLIA, respectively, will likely remain.

    It's only the reverse traffic in the evening that may be regulated
    more efficiently.

    Hence, the tight killer junction at Jalan USJ 17/1 may require
    respectful observation by the road users with sufficient road
    signs.

    MPSJ and the JKP may plan well, but the acid test lies in the
    real execution.

    The 26-hour trial last time ended up in heightened blood veins
    because of poor execution.

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    Yes, the traffic out to the Puchong Highway from Jln Tujuan has caused the USJ 12, 16 & 17 residents difficult to turn right to Jln Usaha, cars queue up bumper to bumper in the morning.
    The other way round traffic caused even more problems: dangerous turning at the junction from Sri Tanjung, accident hot spot at the junction btw USJ 16 & 17, speeding after the slope across the gas pipeline towards USJ 12 (going down slope), noise & dust pollution, etc etc...
    What i wish for this Valentine is to block off the traffic between USJ 12 & USJ 16, no vehicles can go through the gas pipeline slope, make it a place for skateboard ground, by then the squirrels & birds & butterflies will come back... settle everything once & for all, how nice !
    Happy Valentine's Day, may my wish come true....... : >

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    Implementation of Comprehensive alignment of Traffic in JKP Zon3?

    Work on Proposal B under the Comprehensive alignment of traffic in JKP Zon3 was to have started today. Take a closer look at this proposal http://www.nwatch.net.my/page.cfm?name=planb



    We understand that a petition was sent to MPSJ yesterday to stop work, this petition was signed by some Commercial concerns in USJ16 and USJ17 and a number of residents from Sri Tanjung.

    The reason for their objection? The opening into the LDP is not safe so they do not want it. It is right and just to be safety conscious, so are we to assume that if it were made safe it will be accepted?

    As a consequence of this petition, Proposal E under the same plan i.e. the widening of the USJ20 exit out to Jalan Kewajipan has also been halted. Take a closer look at this proposal http://www.nwatch.net.my/page.cfm?name=plane



    What an injustice to the residents of USJ20 & USJ22.
    Live long and prosper - Tuvok
    Live in USJ23 - Robert
    And that's the bottom line cause Stone Cold said so!

  11. #41
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    The impression I get is that the Commrrcial operators fear the
    next step after the completion of the access road from the
    Pangsapuri USJ16 to LDP - they tuly fear the closure to traffic into
    Jalan Usaha from Shah Alam.

    This reduces the customer traffic into Caltex, Seri Melur etc.

    If the recalcitrant commercial operators insist on 'protecting' their
    self-interest, what should we consumers do while the
    Committee's original action plan in being activated?

    Suggestion?

  12. #42
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    what else... as I said before, boycott - might not be complete boycott but if each of us can consciously keep purchases from these business owners to the minimum, it makes a lot of difference to their profitability as I believe majority of their customers are still residents in USJ12, 16, 17, 18 and 20.

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    This is where we need CASSA to re channel its focus on TESCO to those commercial outlets at USJ 16 and 17 who are objecting to the partial closer of this road due to their self interest. We will be fair as only those who objected will pay the price. In the first place the commercial outlet presence here is to serve this community. If they are meant to serve a larger community, we can expect not only the road to be wider but the shoplots to have a wider facade and larger premise like those in Taipan and Subang Business Centre. I don't mind dropping my differences with CASSA and join their bandwagon for this campaign so that we walk the talk. Meantime, we shall hold our horses and asses until things become more crystallised.

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    I have been reliably informed that the contractors have started work on Proposal B as of today.

    Proposal B is the opening of the New Entrance and Exit into Jalan Puchong for the Residents of Sri Tanjung. http://www.nwatch.net.my/page.cfm?name=planb

    Looks like some sanity has finally prevailed.
    Live long and prosper - Tuvok
    Live in USJ23 - Robert
    And that's the bottom line cause Stone Cold said so!

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    It has been a few days since I drove pass the proposed “opening”.

    Maybe some Residents in USJ16 would like to update us on the actual progress or lack of.
    Live long and prosper - Tuvok
    Live in USJ23 - Robert
    And that's the bottom line cause Stone Cold said so!

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