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By TAN KARR WEI
karrwei@thestar.com.my
Photo by SAM THAM | Apr 17, 2012

Lim and Ong told about security and traffic congestion in Subang Jaya


SECURITY and traffic congestion remain high on the list of concerns among the residents of Subang Jaya.

Many residents who met Selangor MCA chairman Datuk Donald Lim and Kelana Jaya MCA chairman Ong Chong Swen, who is also the Kelana Jaya parliamentary coordinator, during the MCA roadshow in Subang Jaya, brought up this issue during the casual chat sessions.

Lim and Ong started their walkabout at the USJ 2/4S field at 7am in the morning and met with residents who were practising tai chi or taking their morning walks.

USJ 2 resident Choong San Kon, 60, who has been staying in the area for more than 20 years, said there were still many incidents of break-ins and thefts in the area.

“Many neighbourhoods have resorted to setting up gated and guarded schemes to keep their houses safe but it is harder to implement this in our area because there are two schools and a mosque here. There are also many people coming in and going out of our area,” said Choong.

He said they did their best to keep their homes safe with measures like installing alarms and leaving the porch lights on at night.

Residents also urged Lim and Ong to look into the welfare of senior citizens because there was a big population of them in the USJ area.

“We have schemes like the BR1M (Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia) which we encourage those who qualify to apply for,” said Lim.

Lim and Ong then went on to the USJ4/7 field, where there was a bigger turnout of people who came to meet them and again safety issues were brought up.

Lim urged residents to work closely with the police and make reports of crime, no matter how small the incident, so that the police have records of it.

“Some people think that it is unnecessary to do so but if you don’t, then the police would not know about the incident,” said Lim.

Another issue that was brought up was the worsening traffic congestion in the USJ area.

“The traffic is getting from bad to worse and there seems to be no end to it,” lamented one USJ11 resident.

Lim said one of the measures put in place to alleviate congestion was the LRT extension that would pass through Subang Jaya, and that construction works for the project had already started.

 

 

 

 
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