PJ Town Council Loves Creating Traffic Jams


Published on February 24th, 2016 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


PJ Town Council Loves Creating Traffic Jams


Here is my personal gripe with the Petaling Jaya town council which I am sure all of you reading will agree. There has been extensive road works in all areas in the last year and the traffic caused by the diversions have been horrendous. However PJ residents are resilient and they have learnt to work/drive around the diversions.

Now we are rather upset with the construction residues that have been left behind with no care to motorists and even worse, causing damage to our tires. Yes, they have left certain work sites as is and idle.

Goodyear 650x85(DSF)

Now we want to share this image……..a construction dig site that has been left idle in front of Dutch Lady factory at the Section 14 mosque junction for almost 4 months now…..no work……no changes and no telling when they will remove the barriers. As you can see a tree has started to grow inside the work site and more.

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This is just one of many sites that have been left unattended and we would like to invite your pictures to share with us for us to share with all the www.dsf.my readers with the hope that Petaling Jaya town council will see and take action against the contractor. Please email me your images at [email protected]

Thanks Petaling Jaya town council for all the added traffic issues and my two punctured tires.


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