Selangor state authorities publicizes allocation of RM145 million for collection of roadwork tasks in 2023
The Selangor authorities has authorized an allocation of RM145 million for the aim of enhancing the community of highway programs within the state subsequent yr. This was introduced by menteri besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari in his presentation of the state’s 2023 funds yesterday.
In response to Amirudin, a complete of RM40.98 million can be distributed to the general public works division (JKR) to hold out the development of latest roads in a number of places. The areas concerned are:
- Kampung Sri Indah A to Sungai Buloh Hospital (RM10.98 million)
- The Sungai Kelambu-Genting Sanyen connection highway (RM13.5 million)
- Kampung Ulu Chuchuh to Kuala Lumpur Worldwide Airport (KLIA) (RM16 million)
He stated that these new roads can be a catalyst for financial development within the areas surrounding a number of districts akin to Gombak, Kuala Langat and Sepang.
As well as, a complete of RM65.3 million has additionally been allotted to improve a lot of main routes to make sure that they will accommodate a rise in visitors circulation. They’re:
- Jalan Bukit Rimau in Klang
- Jalan Reko in Hulu Langat
- Simpang Tiga Jalan Rahidin in Sungai Buloh
- The Jalan Kampung Bukit Dugang intersection in Sepang
- The highway to Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Tiram Jaya in Kuala Selangor
- Jalan Sungai Panjang from the Kuala Selangor-Teluk Intan intersection to Parit Empat Timur in Sabak Bernam
The state has additionally allotted RM11.8 million for the development and upgrading of bridges and overpasses. Initiatives which might be anticipated to begin in 2023 are:
- The development of a brand new bridge at Kampung Sungai Buah in Sepang
- The development of a brand new bridge at Sungai Serigala in Hulu Selangor
- The upgrading of the Bagan Sungai Besar bridge in Sabak Bernam
Allocation has additionally been supplied for a number of different infrastructure tasks, together with RM3 million for part two of the set up of light-emitting diode (LED) avenue lights throughout the state, state highway gazette work (RM1.5 million) and state route gazette programmes (RM2 million).