KUCHING: Upon its completion, the proposed Jalan Sungai Maong to Segedup would not only provide a better driving experience for commuters, but would also bring about immediate and long-term socio-economic benefits and overall development to the community within the areas.
Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr James Masing pointed this out at the proposed Jalan Sungai Maong to Segedup groundbreaking ceremony at Kampung Segedup, Batu Kawah here, last Tuesday.
Moreover, he said the new road would give people staying in that area a choice or alternative route to travel as currently the only route that people from Sedegup have to go to Kuching city is by using Jalan Batu Kawah.
Residents of Kampung Segedup said the 3.6km single carriageway connecting Kampung Sungai Maong to Segedup would improve communication and the local economy.
Find out what they have to say.
“This road will benefit us greatly. We are fortunate to have Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg as our Chief Minister. He never neglects the welfare of Sarawak people.” Sulaiman Awi
“Upon completion of this road, we will be able to enjoy the same development as the people in other areas.” Omar Dan
“The new road will also boost developments in the area and allow the residents of Kampung Kudei to own their own houses, once the road and other infrastructure are built. Currently, one house is occupied by two to three families.” Abdul Latif Salleh
“The road would make it easier for villagers (who do not have their own homes) to build their own homes in a new village.” Rambli Sedek
“The proposed Jalan Sungai Maong to Segedup will facilitate my day-to-day activities such as buying essential items especially at Metrocity, Jalan Matang.” Juana Bek
“Our journey to Matang is definitely going to be faster (than it is now) when the road is completed. I also hope that the economic development in our village will be improved with such facility.” Nor Yani Abdullah