Kelantan receives RM83.5 million for road maintenance

Kelantan has received an allocation of RM83.5 million from the federal government for maintenance of road infrastructure in the state, Bernama has reported.

The allocation will be used to repair damaged roads identified throughout the state, and repair works are expected to be fully completed in June, said Kelantan public works, infrastructure, water and rural development committee chairman Datuk Izani Husin.

“The allocation this time is slightly less than last year’s [allocation of] RM104.4 million. Regardless, we will use it to repair damaged roads in all the colonies (districts) as needed after Hari Raya Aidilfitri. So far, the allocation for periodic paving in the Gua Musang colony is the highest, involving 11 roads at an estimated cost of RM10.7 million,” Izani said.

Kelantan receives RM83.5 million for road maintenance

Out of the total road maintenance allocation for the state, RM76.9 million is for maintenance carried out by concession company Roadcare, while RM6.5 million is to be utilised by the district engineer’s office, Izani continued.


For the allocation to be carried out by Roadcare, RM44 million will be used for periodic pavement maintenance, RM25.57 million for routine maintenance, RM5.42 million for non-pavement periodic maintenance, RM141 million for minor bridge repairs and RM544,000 for emergency work, the committee chairman said.

A sum of RM3.65 million will be allocated for modification of accident-prone areas in three colonies, comprised of six locations in Pasir Mas and two roads each in Tanah Merah and Kuala Krai, while RM750,000 will be used for pedestrian crossings with traffic lights at one location each in Kota Bharu, Bachok and Pasir Puteh.

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