SHAH ALAM, 24 April 2018: MRCB George Kent, the Project Delivery Partner (PDP) of the Light Rail Transit 3 (LRT3) project, wishes to inform that there will be two phases of road diversion along the inner road of Jalan Kelicap 42A starting from 25 April 2018 onwards.

The diversions are as follows:

Phase 1 (25 April to 4 May 2018)
Motorists from Jalan Meru who wish to turn into Jalan Kelicap 42A (in front of Hong Leong Bank) will be diverted as indicated in the GREEN arrows in the map.

Phase 2 (5 May to 27 May 2018)
Temporarily closure of the car park in front of KFC (facing Jalan Meru) for 20 days to facilitate drainage relocation works.

The diversion is implemented following approval from the Klang Municipal Council. Motorists are reminded to exercise caution and adhere to advance warning signs when travelling in the area during the construction period.

The diversion is as shown in the map below:

We apologise for any inconvenience caused to the public. For public enquiries contact LRT3 hotline at 1 800 18 2585.

For media enquiries, contact:
Syukrina Mohtar
Media Executive, PR & Communications MRCB George Kent Sdn Bhd
03-5033 6860

Vanessa Song, WPC PR & Stakeholder Management Sunway Construction Sdn Bhd
012-232 3782


MRCB George Kent Joint Venture (MRCB George Kent) was appointed on 4th September 2015 as the Project Delivery Partner (PDP) of the Light Rail Transit 3 (LRT3).

MRCB is currently the largest developer cum contractor of Transit Oriented Developments (TODs) in Malaysia, while George Kent is the largest home-grown railway system specialist in Malaysia.

MRCB George Kent brings to the LRT3 project a highly-skilled and professional staff pool experienced in transit projects, with tailored and cost-effective solutions specific to Prasarana’s needs in a collaborative and supportive manner.


The LRT3 envisages to connect 2 million people between Bandar Utama and Klang by 2020. Developed in line with Greater Kuala Lumpur/ Klang Valley (GKL/KV) Land Public Transport Masterplan, LRT3 will be a key feature in extending rail connectivity to the Western Corridor of GKL/KV. For more information, visit and follow @myLRT3

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