Dan­ger­ous road junc­tion im­proved

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KOTA KINABALU: The nar­row and haz­ardous road junc­tion from Gaya Park to Jalan Pe­nam­pang has been widened and safer to use.

This road junc­tion is un­der the Luyang state con­stituency, and its state assem­bly­man Datuk Hiew King Cheu said he had re­ceived re­quests from road users, es­pe­cially from those who were in­volved in ac­ci­dents there, to make good the haz­ardous road junc­tion in­clud­ing the drain next to it.

Hiew thanked Chief Min­is­ter Tan Sri Datuk Musa Aman and the State Gov­ern­ment for al­lo­cat­ing the state assem­bly­man spe­cial al­lo­ca­tion fund (ADUN Fund) to Luyang to carry out the var­i­ous works for the safety and ben­e­fit of the peo­ple.

Hiew also hoped there would be more such im­prove­ment works to be car­ried out in the Luyang area.

At the same time he stressed that it was the peo­ple’s money that he was uti­liz­ing on all the small devel­op­ment works and there­fore he would use it to ben­e­fit the peo­ple.

Th­ese small devel­op­ment works would cover the re­pairs of var­i­ous in­fra­struc­ture fa­cil­i­ties, basketball courts, sup­ply of rub­bish bins, beau­ti­fi­ca­tion works to the var­i­ous parts of Luyang, bus and taxi stands, cov­ered walk­ways, com­put­ers for schools, over­head foot bridges for schools, re­pair to school car parks, re­pair to vil­lage halls and in­stal­la­tion of wall fans, and many oth­ers.

Hiew said he would try his best to carry out as many small devel­op­ment works as pos­si­ble with the avail­able fund.

He said this work for the ben­e­fit of the peo­ple would not be pos­si­ble if he was still with the op­po­si­tion party.

The Gaya Park-Jalan Pe­nam­pang junc­tion be­fore it was up­graded.

The junc­tion and drain af­ter be­ing up­graded with safety bar­ri­ers.

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