PETALING JAYA: The authorities has accepted the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit Line 3 (MRT3) mission and the expansion of the Pan Borneo Highway (LPB) mission, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
The Prime Minister mentioned precedence will likely be given to native contractors particularly bumiputras to generate enterprise alternatives in addition to to create employment alternatives.
“This will spur financial progress and growth, particularly the federal government’s goal to additional strengthen the enterprise sector, in addition to to create 600,000 jobs this yr.
“Implementation of the MRT 3 mission will complement the prevailing public transport infrastructure within the Klang Valley to supply built-in, reasonably priced and seamless companies for Malaysians.
“In relation to the LPB, the primary section of the Sabah LPB is being applied and includes 15 packages through which work progress to this point has reached 52% and is anticipated to be accomplished by October 2024.
“To enhance the hyperlink, the federal government has agreed to proceed the implementation of 19 further work packages that can contain an alignment of 367km with a building interval of 5 years.
“The first section of Sarawak LPB will contain a spread of 786km and has achieved 78% work progress to this point.
“To complement Sarawak LPB, the federal government additionally agreed to implement the Sarawak-Sabah Link Road (SSLR) mission and the Trans Borneo Highway mission,” he mentioned in an announcement Friday (March 4).
Ismail Sabri mentioned for flood mitigation projects, the federal government is presently making ready a growth allocation of RM1bil each year beneath the twelfth Malaysia Plan.
“Taking under consideration the extreme north-east monsoon flood phenomenon leading to loss of lives and broken properties, the Cabinet has determined to extend and expedite flood mitigation projects with further expenditure of RM15bil between 2023 and 2030,” he added.
He mentioned implementation of high-impact infrastructure projects within the peninsula, Sabah and Sarawak together with building of built-in rail networks and highways in addition to flood mitigation projects will spur financial growth in addition to contribute to nationwide competitiveness and the well-being of the folks.