RES­I­DENTS FED UP WITH POORLY-MAIN­TAINED ROAD

New Straits Times - - News -

RES­I­DENTS of Alam Impian are fed up with the hor­rid con­di­tion of Jalan Per­siaran Pan­glima Hi­tam.

A res­i­dent, who wanted to be known as Nazri, said the road had been in a very poor state for far too long.

“We have com­plained many times to Shah Alam City Coun­cil (MBSA) and the de­vel­oper of the area, but no ac­tion has been taken. It is high time the roads here were re­paired,” he said.

Nazri told Ac­tion­line that res­i­dents were frus­trated over hav­ing to make re­peated com­plaints to the coun­cil.

“The road has to be resur­faced and the street lights have to be re­paired. There are no re­flec­tive road signs, es­pe­cially at the ex­tremely dark and small round­about.

“There also needs to be proper drainage and the closed sec­tion of the road must be opened up as the num­ber of peo­ple in this area is in­creas­ing,” he said.

Nazri said pot­holes in the road had be­come breed­ing grounds for mosquitoes.

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