The opening of a 420-meter flyover on Jalan Meru built by Sime Darby Property Bhd has improved access to Bandar Bukit Raja, known as “The Pride of Klang.”

Sime Darby Property invested RM73.5 million to build the flyover to provide seamless accessibility between the eastern and western segments of Bandar Bukit Raja which has about 40,000 residents to date.The flyover is expected to benefit the road users of Jalan Meru, with a dedicated ramp to ensure smoother traffic flow towards the West Coast Expressway.

The residents of Bandar Bukit Raja, Meru, and Kapar in Klang will benefit from the connectivity it provides for road users from Persiaran Sungai Keramat, Persiaran Astana, and Bandar Setia Alam.

“Bandar Bukit Raja has grown exponentially since it was launched two decades ago, offering a diverse mix of residential projects and commercial properties. The township also contributes to the growth of the Company’s industrial portfolio, as home to some of our biggest industrial parks, namely the Bandar Bukit Raja Industrial Gateway and the newly launched E-Metro Logistics Park,” he said.

“This flyover on Jalan Meru has been introduced as a solution to enhance the traffic conditions and add convenience to our township residents and communities in the surrounding area,” he said.

The construction of the flyover was fully completed in June 2022.

Bandar Bukit Raja is a 4,333-acre freehold township envisioned as a fully integrated and self-sufficient development with a distinctive balance of residential, industrial, and commercial components.

The township is estimated to have a population of 105,000 people upon completion.

Sime Darby Property will continue to invest in infrastructure for the benefit of residents and the commercial development of the area.

The building of the flyover is consistent with the company’s efforts to provide convenience to the residents and road users in one of its more established townships in Selangor, according to Sime Darby Property’s group managing director, Datuk Azmir Merican.

Source: New Straits Times, 15 August 2022

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