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More traffic chaos in Sunway

By VIJENTHI NAIR
vijenthi@thestar.com.my  Saturday June 18, 2011

New projects in Bandar Sunway is set to worsen the already congested traffic situation in the area.

Kelana Jaya parliamentary liaison officer Ong Chong Swen said the new Nadayu 28 project in Jalan PJS 11/7 will comprise 10 shoplots and 411 condominium units.

On average there will be at least two to three cars per unit, adding another 1,000 cars using the stretch.

“More cars will be using the stretch connecting motorists to the New Pantai Expressway and Jalan Lagoon Selatan.

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This is it: Ong showing the map of the areas affected by the new developments

“There are many commercial and residential areas accessible via that route, including Monash University and Sunway University.

“The traffic flow here is already high and with the new development it will only get worse,” she said.

Ong also highlighted another project in USJ that would have a bigger impact.

“The proposed project near the intersection of Persiaran Kewajipan with Persiaran Subang Permai known as “Da Men” consists of 480 service apartments in two blocks, 68 office units in five to six-storey buildings and a six-storey retail mall.

“Former MPSJ president Datuk Adnan Md Ikshan had mentioned that approval was given with the condition that the roads be widened but that alone will not solve the problem.

“There will be areas where the roads cannot be widened causing a severe bottleneck.

“We must learn from the past and propose better plans to improve the infrastructure to complement the developments in the area.

“I am not against the projects but am only concerned about the traffic situation,” she said.

Ong said the Subang Jaya municipal councillors and the state assemblyman should consider the views of residents and business operators before approving projects.

She said they should explain to the people about their plans but so far no such announcements had been made.

Ong hoped that a proper traffic planning would be put in place and suggested that part of the annual RM1mil Marris fund allocated by the federal government to state assemblymen could be used to upgrade infrastructure in the area.

 

 

 

 
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