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LDP 19

LDP 18

(Before) Construction works at Bandar Sri Damansara before the Penchala Toll Plaza.

(After) Upgraded road towards Penchala Toll Plaza.

LDP 17

Mainline widening works between KM0.8 – 1.9 from Manjalara towards Penchala Toll Plaza in 2007 at the cost of RM 5 million.

LDP 16

LDP 15

(Before) Dual lane flyover connecting Kg. Baru Puchong and Dengkil. The flyover was constructed during the construction of LDP between 1997 t0 1999.

(After) The blooming development of areas namely, Putra Perdana and Puchong Hartamas, the flyover was upgraded to an interchange under the LDP 4 project at a cost of RM 16 million, in 2015.

LDP 14

Lane widening from Puchong Perdana Interchange until Kg. Baru Interchange completed under Package LDP 5A in 2012. The widening works help to easy peak hour congestion between the 2 interchanges.

LDP 13

This is another highway enhancement responsibility taken by LITRAK to ease the evening peak congestion for the Puchong-Putrajaya bound traffic. The flyover and the widening works to Kg. Bharu Puchong was completed in October 2011, under the LDP 5 project at the cost of RM105 million.

LDP 12

(Before) Old photos of U-turn at KM24.0 on LDP

(After) In 2005, LITRAK has constructed a U-turn ramp at KM23 ( in front of Setia Walk Mall ) at a cost of RM 18 million.

LDP 11

(Before) Old photos of a dedicated U-turn at KM 22.0 at Pusat Bandar Puchong on LDP.

(After) This is another abandoned project undertaken by LITRAK due to safety reasons. LITRAK constructed two U-turn ramps in 2005 under the LDP 3 project.

LDP 10

(Before) Aerial view of Puchong Jaya Interchange during the construction of LDP in 1997.

(After) The interchange plays a major role as a traffic dispersal point for Puchong residents. The interchange was completed in 1999 and was later upgraded in 2008 at a cost of RM 48 million.  Soon in 2014 it was upgraded under the LDP5 project at a cost of RM 74 million.