Mile 6 flyover opens for use
By:Alexandra Lorna
Date:
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KUCHING: The fast lanes for both directions (Kuching-Serian  and Serian-Kuching) at the Mile 6 flyover here have opened for public road users since 5pm today.

According to Public Works Department (PWD) Sarawak in a notice issued today, prior to opening of the lanes, the contractor had continuously worked on in completing the flyover which is one of the flyovers under Pan Borneo Highway Work Package Contract 02.

“Road users are advised to follow the installed directional signs and are advised to always drive carefully when passing through areas that are still under construction.

“Your continuous cooperation is highly appreciated,” PWD said.

Any complaints or further inquiries regarding traffic flow, the public road users can contact the Sarawak Pan Borneo Highway Unit at 082-230 879 or Audi Munir (PM) at 016 –879 2057 and Isin Senada (TMO) at 017-850 4026.

Bird’s view of the Mile 6 flyover.

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