Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Monday, November 4, 2013

Putra Prima folk want public hall

A COMMUNITY hall is a common facility that is missing and sorely needed by residents of Taman Putra Prima in Puchong.
“A community hall will serve as a focal point for residents’ gathering,” said Taman Putra Prima Puchong Residents’ Association Coalition president and Taman Putra Prima Phase 8A Residents’ Association chairman Kong Kok Meng.
“Besides being used as a venue for the RA meetings, the community hall will be a place for residents’ get-togethers and functions, as well as a venue for recreation and sports.
“While we understand that it is the Government’s responsibility to build a community hall, we feel that the developer could have it built as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) or after-sales service for its buyers.
“The developer of the neighbouring Taman Mas contributed RM400,000 to build a community hall for that neighbourhood, so we feel something similar could be extended here.”
Kong said the coalition represents seven housing phases and about 3,000 houses in Taman Putra Prima.
“There is also a need for amenities and services such as post office, schools, banks and petrol stations to make this a more self-contained township,” said coalition deputy president and Taman Putra Prima Phase 2A RA chairman Steve Jong.
The lack of facilities and need for a copy of the township’s latest masterplan were highlighted during a townhall meeting held by the Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) with residents of Taman Putra Prima and its surrounding neighbourhood of Taman Mas and Kampung Sri Aman, Puchong.
Representatives from MPSepang’s key departments, including Urban Services, Health, Engineering, Landscape and Town Planning, were on hand to explain each department’s primary functions and provide feedback on residents’ comments.
MPSepang councillor and Taman Mas/ Putra Prima zone community consultative committee (JPP) chairman M. Pulanthran chaired the townhall meeting.
Taman Mas Puchong’s Jati Apartment Block D RA chairman Shamsuhaimi Abd Razak and Jong highlighted the need for more reliable bus services to ply the neighbourhood and serve the community, particularly those from the low-income group.
They said the current sole company providing bus service only plies the route once every two hours, hence a need for the frequency to be increased to half-hour intervals.
On this, Pulanthran said he would discuss with MPSepang president Mohd Sayuthi Bakar, and decide whether the next course of action would be to write in to the Transport Ministry and Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) or request for allocation from the Dengkil assemblyman to fund the route categorised as non-profitable by bus companies.
“One of the problems with this area is that it borders the jurisdiction of three councils — MPSepang, Subang Jaya Municipal Council and Kuala Langat District Council,” said Kong.
“As such there are problems under jurisdictions we are unsure of, or are pushed among the three councils with none, willing to take responsibility.”
Other issues brought up during the townhall meeting included that of open burning, illegal gambling den, stray dogs, lack of signage to housing areas, garbage collection and facilities that are in need of repair.

Source: TheStar

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Taylor's International School (Puchong) to open in Jan 2015

Taylor's Education Group, which is one of Malaysia's most successful private education providers, is building a new international school in Bandar Bukit Puchong. Known as Taylor's International School (Puchong), or TISP, the school will provide Early Years, Primary and Secondary education for children aged 3-16.
Located on a 7.88-acre site, the school will cater to more than 2,000 students. The campus is designed to accommodate 1,000 students in the first phase.
The school will follow the British curriculum which leads the students to secure IGCSE qualifications. The new school will have a state-of-the-art campus with environmentally sustainable design (ESD) architectural and building elements to reduce the campus' carbon footprint. The school is expected to be officially open in January 2015.
The school's facilities will include:-
  • Air conditioned classrooms with interactiv whiteboard
  • 1 to 1 laptop policy with whole-campus WIFI access
  • Double-story library
  • Science laboratories
  • Visual and performing arts centre
  • Design and technology workshops
  • Football field, tennis court, basketball courts and swimming pool
  • Indoor gymnasium and multipurpose sports hall
  • 600-seat cafeteria
  • Infirmary
  • Book store
  • Basement carpark

Another future development by LBS bina group? Update

More info here

MPSepang to Increase Contract Staff

THE Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) will be hiring more contract staff as part of its workforce expansion exercise under its 2014 budget.
The council is projecting an increase of 55 personnel across 12 departments next year.
The increase includes 10 enforcement assistants and 10 landscape general workers.
Councillor Santokh Singh Gurdev Singh said the increase in workforce was partly due to the newly established Pantas team, formerly known as the Quick Response Team.
Pantas will serve as an early res-ponder for urgent services required of the council, such as infrastructure maintenance and emergencies.
“The council also needs more employees for some of its understaffed departments, such as drivers to operate council vehicles and landscape workers to manage its nurseries.
“MPSepang’s workforce numbers more than 500 at present,” said Santokh.
He said the council’s 2014 budget was unanimously agreed upon and approved by all the councillors during its tabling on Monday.
MPSepang is projecting a balanced budget for 2014, compared to its projected surplus budgets for 2013 and 2012.
“The council is expecting a balanced budget next year, as it is more assured of its revenue and expenditure.
“The previous years’ budgets were uncertain due to the takeover process of the garbage collection and cleaning services, which were previously handled by Alam Flora but now come under the jurisdiction of the local council,” said Santokh.
He said before the takeover, almost 35% of MPSepang’s budget expenditure was for garbage collection and cleaning services under Alam Flora, but that had been decreased to about 29% for 2014.
“The contractors are now directly employed by the council, and are very happy under the new directive.
“They receive better rates as there are no more middlemen involved, and receive their payment on time,” he said.
The council is projecting RM92.4mil for both its revenue and expenditure next year, with a 1.1% increase in revenue and 6.5% increase in expenditure compared to this year.
The council has projected that it will spend RM61.3 mil, or 66% of its expenditure allocation, to provide council services.
This includes back-to-basic services such as cleaning roads and cutting grass, landscaping works, and maintaining infrastructure and public facilities.
“One of the contributing factors in the increase of some RM8mil for council services compared to this year is the council’s decision to take over the maintenance and cleaning services of more housing and commercial areas next year, after the necessary certifications have been given and handover completed by the developers,” said Santokh.
In terms of breakdown according to departments, the bulk of the council’s expenditure will go to the Urban Services (28.8% or RM26.7 mil), followed by Management Services (18.2% or RM16.9 mil) and Landscape (13.2% or RM12.2 mil).
“MPSepang’s projected increase in revenue comes from the assessment of new properties, which numbers about 7,500 units,” said Santokh.
The council has projected that it will receive RM75.8 mil, or 83% of its revenue, from assessment payments.


Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Three Quarters of Condo Project in Lake Side City, Puchong Prima booked

Prices now range from RM478K to RM556K for 1,141 and 1,238 sq ft units (RM385 to RM449 per sq ft).
Nearly three quarters of the Aurora Residence apartments, the first phase in Masteron’s Lake Side City development in Prima Puchong, have been taken up, as of last weekend. Bookings opened late last year.
Prices for units still available ranged from RM440K to RM512K for the 1,141 sq ft apartments, while most of the 1,238 apartments are booked, except for a couple of units, priced between RM496K and RM503K. Price per sq ft ranges from RM385 to RM448 for these available unit. Units on floors with the number “8″ in them are priced with a premium.
Aurora Residence boasts of being 12 minutes’ walk away from an upcoming LRT station.


Sunday, August 4, 2013

Traffic Lights Will Be Installed @ Puchong Tekali Exit

Traffic lights will be installed at Lingkaran Putra Prima - Taman Puchong Tekali T-junction, closing date of the tender is 11/7/2013.

Monday, July 8, 2013

TA Lines Up New Launches

The TA group has a total landbank of 1,214 acres. Tiah said the landbank it has on the local front were purchased via internally-generated funds and not through bank borrowings. Despite having so many projects to work on, Tiah said TA Global would launch just a handful of them in stages. For this year, she said the company would be launching at least three property projects this year with a combined GDV of about RM2.5bil. “We’re targeting to launch our Ativo small office flexible office (Sofo) by the third or fourth quarter of this year,” said Tiah. The project comprises of 970 units of Sofo units and has a GDV of RM390mil. Tiah said the price of the units range from RM300,000 to RM500,000. The Ativo Sofo is part of the company’s Damansara Avenue development in Bandar Sri Damansara. The Sofo units will be developed on two towers, comprising 509 units and 461 units.
Apart from the Sofo units, the mixed commercial Damansara Avenue development also has retail and office suites (Ativo Plaza) as well as high and low-rise residences (Azelia Residence). Tiah said 97% and 90% of the Ativo Plaza and Azelia Residences respectively has been sold. The Damansara Avenue development has a total GDV of RM3.8bil.
Separately, Tiah said TA Global would also be launching the first phase of its The Peninsular mixed residential project in Puchong by either the third or fourth quarter of the year. “The first phase will comprise 98 units of 2½ and three-storey superlink houses. Prices range from RM900,000 to RM1.1mil per unit.” The Peninsular has a GDV of RM600mil. The first phase meanwhile will have a GDV of RM107mil. The Peninsular project is a joint development of Oaxis Sdn Bhd, which sits on 92 acres of freehold land. TA Global, via its TA Properties Sdn Bhd, has a 25% interest in the development and is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the project. The Peninsular will comprise high-rise condominiums, low-rise residences, superlinks, semi-detached units, bungalows, commercial lots and a club house.
Additionally, Tiah said the Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver condominium project by Canada-based Holborn and the TA Group is expected to be launched in October. The project is a 63-storey mixed used development comprising a luxury hotel with 147 hotel rooms, 218 high-end residential units, a four-level podium housing the hotel amenities and an eight-level underground parkade, with a projected total GDV of C$496.4mil (RM1.5bil).

Source: TheStar

Friday, June 28, 2013

MPSepang to set up special team for services that require urgent action

THE Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) is in the midst of forming Pantas, a team that will serve as an early responder for urgent services required by the council. “The Pantas team will attend to matters on infrastructure maintenance and emergencies,” said MPSepang president Mohd Sayuthi Bakar. “These include patching roads, covering potholes and removing fallen trees, as well as lending assistance during floods and landslide.” Sayuthi said MPSepang was in the process of getting the required staff, as well as logistics and equipment for Pantas. It can be contacted via MPSepang’s hotline. “In terms of staff, we will have between 10 and 15 personnel who will be working in shifts. “They will comprise a mix of existing and new staff,” he said. “We will have the team ready by next month, while the logistics and equipment will be acquired by the third quarter of 2013,” he added.
Though MPSepang has yet to decide which department Pantas would report to as it involves dealing with issues under various departments, Sayuthi said this special task force may be formed as separate department of its own. “Pantas, which is actually a rebranding of the Quick Response Team (QRT), is part of the five-year plan mooted by new Local Government, Studies and Research executive councillor Datuk Teng Chang Khim,” he said, adding that MPSepang previously had a QRT that handled issues on garbage collection. Sayuthi had announced the outline of Teng’s plan during last Thursday’s full board meeting. Other programmes include a Field Beautification Project to upgrade two fields or playgrounds under each assemblyman’s jurisdiction each year, upgrading public markets, free bus service in the township and live telecast of monthly council meetings. “We will try to accommodate any programme we can, as these were not factored into MPSepang’s budget for 2013,” said Sayuthi. “Several departments like Landscaping and Enforcement will have to draw up proposals for these programmes. “The full implementation of the plan will most likely begin next year.”

Source: TheStar

Water sports enthusiasts can drop by Puchong for a fun day out

MOST people think beach getaways mean long drives to Port Dickson, with very few who are aware that they can get the same experience right in the heart of the city. For example, the Asian Water Sports Village (AWSV) in Puchong offers a fun-filled lakeside experience, from exciting water sports to beautiful sunsets. Nestled in a corner of the lake in Taman Puchong Tekali, it is a five-minute boat ride from a pick-up point by the main road. Upon arrival, visitors are greeted by floats and boats on a man-made beach, complete with wooden shacks and gazebos. Colourful kayaks and oars are propped against a corner of the huts. A staff member skilfully manoeuvred a speedboat so that a tube trailing behind bumps up and down in the water as visitors riding it screamed in excitement. Just next to the shore is a large red and yellow structure. This is AWSV’s lakeside water theme park, with a range of floats, trampolines and tube-boats imported from South Korea. It is a favourite among the children. A kiosk with atap roofing is where visitors can buy snacks and drinks, rent fishing equipment or take a break in between the rides. Lounging on a wooden bench in the shade, it feels like one is away from the bustling city, although the nearest convenience store is only 10 minutes away.
AWSV is run and managed by a group of water sports enthusiasts. It officially opened its doors to the public in April last year. “We enjoy water sports but we had to travel far from the Klang Valley in search of adventure. So, we decided to set up a water sports centre in town,” said sales manager Acid Yong. The main aim is to bring exciting water sport activities that can be enjoyed with friends and family. Adopting a concept of “play all you can” and a village style, facilities are fashioned after a beach resort. “Unlike other places which usually charge per ride, our concept is based on unlimited play. You can go on as many rides as you want within the time slot,” said Yong.
The lake, one of the largest in the Klang Valley, was chosen as the spot to start their business venture. Stretching across 80.9ha, it is equivalent to 163 Olympic-sized swimming pools. Yong explained that visitors would get to experience the latest rides sourced from the US and Canada, which they would not be able to get elsewhere. “Since we are the sole distributor for BRP Seadoo Towable Tubes in Malaysia and Singapore, visitors can expect rides such as the GX4, Evo Pro 3, Kahuna 4 and Thermo 2,” he said. A crowd favourite is the Flying Fish, the most extreme ride at the centre. It involves three people propelled up into the air in a giant stingray-shaped tube pulled by a speedboat. Yong, a water sports enthusiast, prefers the jet ski as she can control the ride and do all kinds of stunts. For those who prefer something less extreme, there are activities such as kayaking, fishing, fish feeding and swimming, to choose from.
“The visitors consist of locals and foreigners, families, friends and corporate staff,” said Yong.
Visitors can choose to stay overnight for an outdoor camping experience, complete with barbecue pits and campfire. Sleeping bags and camping gear are provided. AWSV sales co-ordinator and staff Joseph Lim said visitors were given a safety briefing before they were allowed into the water.
“We ensure they always have their lifejackets on. No jackets, no rides,” he emphasised to a group of visitors eagerly waiting to get down to the action. Lim stressed that while they were there to have fun and games, safety was a topmost priority. “Our trained staff have certificates in first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and aquatic rescue, so they know what to do in case of an emergency,” said Lim. The centre can accommodate up to 200 visitors at any time, with five boats and three jet skis to pull the rides. Even on weekdays, a number of visitors can be seen enjoying themselves at the place. “We were here last year and the children loved it, so we decided to come again,” said Mont Kiara International School teacher Taso Notaraz. He was there with 15 students as part of their summer school programme. Daniel Ortiz and his brother Nicholas were both excited to try out the different rides after experiencing the banana boat. “The water gets into our hands so we have to hold on tight,” said Daniel, 12. Meanwhile, Nurul Hidayah Osman and her friends were seen thoroughly enjoying their Evo-Pro 3 ride. “It is tiring to hold on,” said the 19-year old student from Subang.
Her friend Khairul Affendy, 23, said it was his first time on a banana boat and the experience was a little scary yet fun. The centre operates from 10am to 7pm. Bookings are required.
AWSV is located at Jalan TPT 1, Taman Puchong Tekali, Puchong. For details, call 016–229 1030 /262 1030 (9.30am to 7pm).


Thursday, June 20, 2013

House For Sale

House for sale at PP 1/4..2storey 20 × 70 RM 550K attached photo of property.Contact 0193682889 Ganesha. TQ

Saturday, May 11, 2013

2-sty Terrace House in Taman Putra Prima For Rent

Property Type:2-sty Terrace/Link House
Land Area:22x65 sq. ft.
Rental Price:RM 1,200 / month
Unit type:Intermediate
Facilities:Jogging Track, Playground, 24hr Security.

Pls contact Mr.Chuah 016-3335299

Friday, May 10, 2013

MPSJ to build community hall and access road in Taman Puchong Utama

Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) will undertake the construction of a community hall in Taman Puchong Utama, Puchong and an access road to SK Taman Desaminium, costing RM2.5mil and RM1.2mil respectively, to serve the needs of residents.
The hall on a 0.6ha site in Jalan Puchong Utama 7 will include paving the area and putting up fencing.
The community hall will offer residents facilities such as a stage, three badminton/sepak takraw courts, one volleyball court, changing rooms and toilets for men and women as well as parking space for vehicles and motorcycles.
The hall is to enable community activities to be carried out and to foster closer ties among the multi-racial community.
Meanwhile, work on the access road to the school in Bandar Putra Permai, Seri Kembangan will begin soon and is expected to be completed by July.
The project will include a drain and street lighting and is a relief for the pupils, parents and teachers, as the school presently has no proper road to its premises.
The pupils currently use an unpaved and dusty road to get to school.


Monday, April 22, 2013

PRU13: Mohamed Hanipa Maidin (PAS) berdepan dengan tiga calon Umno di Parlimen Sepang.

SEPANG: AJK PAS Pusat, Mohamed Hanipa Maidin terpaksa berdepan dengan tiga calon Umno di Parlimen Sepang.
Selain calon Umno yang bertanding atas tiket BN, Datuk Seri Mohd Zain Mohamed, dua lagi calon bebas adalah AJK Umno Bahagian Sepang.
Hanafiah Mohamad dan Datuk Suhaimi Mohd Ghazali turut mengemukakan borang pencalonan di Pusat Penamaan Calon Dewan Serbaguna Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi di sini semalam.
Hanafiah Mohamad adalah AJK Umno Bahagian Sepang.
Datuk Suhaimi adalah Ketua Pemuda Umno Sepang Dan AJK Umno Sepang. Beliau juga adalah mantan Ketua Pemuda Umno Selangor dan juga mantan Adun Umno di DUN Dengkil pada tahun 2004.
Kedua dua calon Umno ini menjadi calon bebas kerana tidak setuju nama Zin dicalonkan sebagai calon Umno di Parlimen Sepang.
Semalam, berlaku suasana yang penuh emosi di kalangan penyokong Umno di sini apabila ada yang menangis dengan apa yang berlaku di sini.
Seorang penyokong Umno dilihat memeluk Suhaimi sambil menangis kerana sedih dengan apa yang berlaku. (gambar atas)
Semalam Timbalan Presiden Umno, Tan Sri Muhyidin Yassin mengumumkan akan memecat semua ahli dan pemimpin Umno yang bertanding calon bebas.
Ini bermakna Umno akan kehilangan berpuluh-puluh ahli khasnya mereka yang memegang jawatan kanan dalam Umno termasuk Naib Ketua Wanita, Datuk Kamilia Ibrahim.
Sebelum dipecat, Kamilia semalam telah mengumumkan perletakan kesemua jawatannya dalam Umno.


Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The Peninsular: Earthworks and Reclamation


Dijaya Buys Land for RM1.3bil to Build Self-contained Township in Canal City, Selangor

Property developer Dijaya Corp Bhd has acquired 474.29ha of prime development land in Canal City, Selangor, earmarked for an integrated self-contained township development, for RM1.3bil. The company told Bursa Malaysia that it had entered into an agreement to acquire the land from Permodalan Negeri Selangor Bhd (PNSB) via a deferred payment method spanning over a period of up to 20 years.
 “The purchase consideration comprises the land purchase price of RM587mil, interest cost, a share of gross development value (GDV) and the profit entitlement from the development of the land.
 “The development, through a smart partnership with PNSB, is expected to contribute significantly to the group's prospects. Dijaya intends to progressively fund the acquisition and development cost via internally generated funds and bank borrowings,” it said.
 The company said the proposed development, earmarked for launch within the next two years, would emphasise healthy community living in a safe and secured environment, green and sustainable developments and facilities and amenities within short distances.
 “The master plan would incorporate generous central linear parks and lakes, continuous vehicular free bike trails and jogging paths, children's playgrounds, community clubhouses, sports centres, schools, kindergartens and many other public amenities.”
 Dijaya said the township development would comprise landed houses, condominiums, serviced apartments, shop offices, corporate office towers, shopping malls, private hospitals and international schools.
 “It would become a key destination for people seeking a wholesome and balanced lifestyle.
 “Dijaya's success in developing its signature and award-winning Tropicana Golf & Country Resort development in Petaling Jaya is testament to the group's ability to generate high GDV yields in township developments.
 “Based on this track record, the group is confident of extracting significant value from the land,” it said.
 Upon completion of this transaction, Dijaya said its existing undeveloped landbank would be more than doubled from approximately 323.75ha to 809.37ha.
 “The group's future GDV would, meanwhile, rise from the current estimated RM50bil to potentially RM70bil,” it said.

Source: TheStar

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Phases in Taman Putra Prima - Update 2013

The total amount of houses in Taman Putra Prima is 2785 units not including 6A.

Phase 6A – 2013
45 units three storey link houses (24'/25' x 70')
60 units double storey link houses (24'/25' x 70')

Phase 8B – 2010
62 units 2.5 storey link houses (22' x 65')
186 units double storey link houses (22' x 65')

Phase 8A – 2009
197 units double storey link houses (22' x 65')

Phase 9A & 9B - 2008
72 units 2/3 Storey Shop/Office (22' x 60')

Phase 4B – 2008
224 units double storey link houses (22' x 75')

Phase 3C – 2008
22 units double storey link houses (25'x80')

Phase 4A – 2006
220 units double storey link houses (22' x 75')

Phase 2D3 - 2005
32 units 2/3 Storey Shop/Office

Phase 4C - 2005
180 units double storey link houses (20' x 70')

Phase 4D – 2004
208 units double storey link houses (18 x 65)

Phase 2D2 - 2004
16 units 2/3 Storey Shop/Office

Phase 3A- 2003
126 units double storey link houses (20’ x 65’)

Phase 3B – 2003
309 units double storey link houses (20' X 70' & 20' X 80')

Phase 2B - 2002
221 units double storey link houses (20' X 70' & 20' X 80')

Phase 2D -2002
16 units Of 2/3 Storey Shop/Office

Phase 2E - 2001
311 units double storey link houses (22' x 65')

Phase 2A - 2000
322 units double storey link houses (20'x70')

Phase 1B - 1999
91 units double storey link houses (20'x70')

Phase 1A - 1999
106 units double storey link houses (20'x70')

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Unused flyover near Cyberjaya collapses, no one hurt

PETALING JAYA: A flyover near Cyberjaya collapsed Thursday afternoon but no one was injured in the incident as the road has not been in use since December.
It is learnt that the collapsed flyover, an exit from the Elite Highway (KM P2.4) towards the Selangor Science Park 2, is managed and owned by the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) and the road below it is managed by PLUS Malaysia Berhad.
According to reports on social media, the flyover collapsed around 12.40pm.
A main pipe running along the flyover also broke in the incident, sending thousands of litres of water gushing out.
PKNS is expected to release a statement on the collapse soon.
On Dec 9, the Malaysian Highway Authority (MHA) had diverted traffic at KM P2.4, at the interchange between the Putrajaya toll plaza and Putrajaya/Cyberjaya, on the Lingkaran Putrajaya stretch, to facilitate bridge inspection works.
Google map of the area.


Friday, February 22, 2013

60,000 Petition for Puchong Schools

PUTRAJAYA: Calls for the approval of Catholic High School 2 and SJK(C) Yak Chee in Puchong are gathering momentum after campaigners submitted 60,000 petition cards to the Education Ministry here. Catholic High School 2 Development Committee chairperson Chong Fat Leong said the group had previously met separately with Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib Razak and his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin but their appeals had fallen on deaf ears. “That’s why we launched a signature campaign to show Tan Sri Muhyiddin (who is also Education Minister) that the public is demanding for the schools,” said Chong.Chong, along with 31 other representatives from Catholic High School, SJK(C) Han Ming, SJK(C) Sin Ming, and SJK(C) Yak Chee demonstrated outside the ministry before handing over the cards. They had approached Muhyiddin on Dec 24 last year while they also met Najib on Feb 17 to raise their concerns. There are currently 3,000 students in Catholic High School, which is situated in Petaling Jaya, and about 1,000 of its students live in Puchong. Chong said students from Puchong have to wake up as early as 5am and may only arrive home at 7pm due to the long distance of commuting. Due to the limited space available in Catholic High School, approximately 1,000 applications from parents have to be rejected as well each year. He also said the ball is now in the federal government’s court as the state government had already allocated land for the school. “The state government had already alienated a piece of land for the school, right now we are only waiting for the federal government’s approval,” said Chong.

Source: Selangor Times

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Proposed Puchong Utama Interchange - Construction in April-May this year

Subang Jaya City Council proposed building a highway flyover linking two places, Puchong Utama in the east and Taman Maju Jaya in the west.
The highway flyover’s tender is expected to start in next month and construction in April-May this year, and project would take two years for completion.

(蒲种14日讯)梳邦再也市议会拟议建设公路高架天桥,衔接位于白蒲大道东西两岸的蒲种乌达玛及成功花园两地车流往返通路。高架桥建设计划料于下月招标,今年4至5月开始建设,预计工程需时两年完工。雪州高级行政议员郭素沁指出,高架桥建设工程料将衔接白蒲大道以东的蒲种乌达玛及西岸的成功花园(Taman Maju Jaya)两地车流往来。
高架桥上车流 仍需经过交通圈
Source: Nanyang.com