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11 New Transportation, Logistics Projects Introduced In Malaysia

According to the Malaysia Prime Minister, 11 new transport and logistics projects have been introduced to ensure the sustainable and resilient development of the national infrastructure.

These projects include the construction of the Pan Borneo Highway Sabah Phase 1B, the Penang Light Rail Transit (LRT) Project, the expansion of Penang International Airport, the redevelopment of Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, and the upgrade of the East-West Highway from Gerik, Perak to Jeli, Kelantan.

Additionally, the government has developed plans for the expansion of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and intra-city bus services in Johor Baru and the Klang Valley, as well as the upgrading of the Senai-Desaru Highway and the widening of the North-South Expressway in phases from Yong Peng to North Senai. Other projects include the construction of the Sarawak-Sabah Link Road II and the upgrading the road from Tanah Rata to Kea Farm in Cameron Highlands.

Furthermore, the development of a new port on Carey Island is expected to strengthen Port Klang as a regional shipping hub. The government also intends to improve the maintenance of transport infrastructure to extend the lifespan of roads, rail assets, and air navigation equipment.

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