Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway

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Federal Route 29
Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway
Route information
Length: 21.2 km (13.2 mi)
Existed: 1997 – present
History: Completed in 2009
Major junctions
North end: Serdang Interchange
  E11 Damansara-Puchong Expressway
E26 South Klang Valley Expressway
Persiaran APEC
Persiaran Utara
E6 Putrajaya Link/North-South Expressway Central Link
Persiaran Selatan
Jkr-ft214.png Jalan Putrajaya-Dengkil
Jkr-ft31.png Jalan Banting-Dengkil
Jkr-ft32.png Labohan Dagang-Nilai Route
Jkr-ft27.png KLIA Outer Ring Road
Jkr-ft26.png KLIA Expressway
South end: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport (malaysia).jpg
Location
Primary
destinations:
Putrajaya
Cyberjaya
Dengkil
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport (malaysia).jpg
Highway system

Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway, Federal Route 29, is a major expressway in Klang Valley, Malaysia. It is the first future federal highway on the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) area. The 21.2 km (13.2 mi) expressway connects Serdang interchange on Damansara-Puchong Expressway to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang.[1] It was named after the two sides of the MSC cities, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.

Route background[edit]

The kilometre marker for the expressway is a continuation from the E11 Damansara-Puchong Expressway; therefore, the Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway assumes the same Kilometre Zero as the Damansara-Puchong Expressway.

History[edit]

The road used to be known as the 15 state road from Puchong to Dengkil. Construction began in 1997 and was divided into four phases. The first phase was from the Damansara-Puchong Expressway to the Persiaran Utara interchange, the second from Persiaran Utara to Dengkil, the third from Dengkil to Sepang and the fourth from Sepang to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Phase 1 was completed in 1999, phase 2 in 2001 and phase 3 in 2006. Meanwhile, phase 4, connecting Sepang to KLIA, is expected to be completed in 2009.

Motorcycle lanes[edit]

There have been criticisms on the state of the expressway.[2] Compared to other expressways, there are many hazards along certain stretches such as broken street lamps and dangerously uneven road surface. Most motorcyclists avoided using the designated lanes due to untrimmed tree branches jutting out into the lane, sand on the road, unlit tunnels and flooding.

Features[edit]

  • Motorcycle lane
  • The first future federal highway on Multimedia Super Corridor
  • Arch bridge at major interchanges along the highway
  • Widest highway and interchange
  • Highway with ERL railway line
  • Highway between Putrajaya and Cyberjaya
  • Dengkil Lake Bridge

At most sections, the Federal Route 29 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.

List of interchanges[edit]

km Exit Interchange To Remarks
North
E11 Damansara-Puchong Expressway
Puchong
Shah Alam
Petaling Jaya
Damansara
Kepong
Litrak border limit
Serdang Interchange Southwest
Persiaran Alpina
D' Alpina
16 Sierra

Northc
Jkr-ft3215.png Jalan Seri Kembangan
Bandar Putra Permai
Serdang
Seri Kembangan
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) University sign.jpg
Diamond interchange
E11 Damansara-Puchong Expressway
Start/End of toll expressway
Litrak border limit
Jkr-ft29.png Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway
JKR border limit
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0
Petaling-Sepang district border
EXIT 6A
EXIT 6B
EXIT 6C
EXIT 6D
SKVE Interchange E26 South Klang Valley Expressway

West
E26 Pulau Indah Port sign.jpg
Jkr-ft5.png Banting
Jkr-ft5.png Klang
E26 Bandar Saujana Putra

East
E18 Serdang
E2 Seremban
E18 Kajang
Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten) University sign.jpg
Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS)
Cloverleaf interchange
EXIT 7 Cyberjaya North Interchange West
Persiaran APEC
Cyberjaya
Multimedia University (MMU) University sign.jpg
Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT) University sign.jpg
Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC)
Trumpet interchange
EXIT 8 Persiaran Utara Interchange East
Persiaran Utara
Putrajaya
Trumpet interchange
EXIT 9 Putrajaya Sentral Interchange East
Jalan P7F
Putrajaya Sentral
Putrajaya-Cyberjaya ERL stations
Trumpet interchange
EXIT 10A
EXIT 10B
EXIT 10C
EXIT 10D
Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Interchange E6 Putrajaya Link

West
E6 North-South Expressway Central Link
E1 Ipoh
E6 Shah Alam
E6 Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport (malaysia).jpg
E2 Johor Bahru
E20 Maju Expressway
Kuala Lumpur
(Jalan Tun Razak)
Bukit Jalil

East
Persiaran Barat
Putrajaya
Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC)
Cloverleaf interchange
EXIT 11 Cyberjaya South Interchange West
Persiaran Rimba Permai
Cyberjaya
Multimedia University (MMU) University sign.jpg
Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC)
DPULZE Shopping Centre

East
Persiaran Tasik
Cyberview Lodge
Diamond interchange
EXIT 12A
EXIT 12B
EXIT 12C
EXIT 12D
Persiaran Selatan Interchange Persiaran Selatan

West
Cyberjaya

East
Taman Selatan
Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC)
Putrajaya
Cloverleaf interchange
Start/End of six-lane carriageway
EXIT 13 Dengkil North Interchange South
Jkr-ft214.png Jalan Putrajaya-Dengkil
Dengkil
Interchange
Dengkil Lake Bridge Start/End of bridge
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47
Dengkil Lake Bridge
Dengkil Lake Bridge Start/End of bridge
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48
Pipeline and river crossing bridge Start/End of bridge
Pipeline and river crossing bridge
Pipeline crossing bridge
Pipeline and river crossing bridge
Sungai Langat bridge
Pipeline and river crossing bridge Start/End of bridge
EXIT 15 Dengkil East Interchange Jkr-ft31.png Jalan Banting-Semenyih

West
Banting
Dengkil

East
Semenyih
Bangi
Kajang
Junctions
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50
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51
EXIT 16 Salak Tinggi-Elite Interchange E6 North-South Expressway Central Link

West
Ipoh
Shah Alam

East
Johor Bahru
Seremban
Nilai
Future interchange
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52
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53
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54
EXIT 17 Kota Warisan Interchange Persiaran Kota Warisan

West
Sungai Melut

East
Kota Warisan
Salak Tinggi railway station
Diamond interchange
54.5 Parking (malaysia).jpg Petrol station (malaysia).jpg McDonald's and Shell Layby Parking (malaysia).jpg McDonald's drive thru
Petrol station (malaysia).jpg Shell petrol station
South bound
Jkr-ft29.png
55
Jkr-ft29.png Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway
Start/End of expressway
EXIT 18 Labohan Dagang-Nilai Route Interchange Jkr-ft32.png Labohan Dagang-Nilai Route

West
Jkr-ft26.png Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport (malaysia).jpg
Jkr-ft31.png Banting

East
Jkr-ft32.png Salak Tinggi
Jkr-ft32.png Bandar Baru Nilai
Jkr-ft32.png Nilai
Diamond interchange
(Under construction)
Temporary t-junctions
Jkr-ft29.png Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway
Under construction
Railway crossing bridge
Sungai Labu bridge
KLIA Airport Boundary
Malaysia Airports border limit
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport (malaysia).jpg
EXIT 19 KLIA Outer Ring Road Interchange Jkr-ft27.png KLIA Outer Ring Road

West
Jkr-ft182.png KLIA Charter Field Town (KLIA Town Centre)
Jkr-ft26.png Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport (malaysia).jpg
Jkr-ft26.png Main Terminal Building (KLIA 1) Airport (malaysia).jpg
Jkr-ft26.png LCCT Terminal (KLIA 2) Airport (malaysia).jpg
Masjid Sultan Abdul Samad (Masjid KLIA) Template:Mosque sign
E6 North-South Expressway Central Link
Kuala Lumpur

East
Jkr-ft344.png KLIA Quarters
Jkr-ft344.png Bandar Enstek
Jkr-ft344.png Kota Seriemas
Jkr-ft--.png Sepang
Cargo Terminal
Sepang International Circuit
Interchange
Jkr-ft29.png Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway
Start/End of expressway
Under construction
JKR border limit
EXIT 20 Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport (malaysia).jpg Jkr-ft26.png KLIA Expressway

To Airport Only
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport (malaysia).jpg
Main Terminal Building Airport (malaysia).jpg
Arrival/Departure
Parking (malaysia).jpg

References[edit]

  1. ^ Statistik Jalan (Edisi 2013). Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Public Works Department. 2013. pp. 16–64. ISSN 1985-9619. 
  2. ^ Hidden dangers on the motorcycle lanes. [1]. Retrieved 26 September 2009.