Tired of the traffic congestion at the Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) and the Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP)?

You’d be pleased to know that the Sri Damansara Link (SDL) has officially opened.

Source: Bernama

Not only will it shorten the journey (we hear that it’s estimated to reduce travel time by 10 minutes!), alleviate headaches, and possible decrease stress levels for those who travel in and around the Kepong, Segambut, and Sungai Buloh areas, motorists will also enjoy toll-free travel for an entire month!


On top of that, the SDL is also unique as it offers the first “Park and Ride” service to connect motorists to train services. Motorists will be able to park at a rest and service area at Segambut and walk to a currently-under-construction KTM Komuter station about 200m away which will be ready in 2 years. The rest and service area has 300 parking lots and has the potential to be expanded to 4,000 lots once the station is in operation.

Source: Mole.my

It truly is fantastic news for those who commute to the city from Sri Damansara, Rawang, Kepong, and Sungai Buloh. And don’t forget! The SDL is toll-free until 22nd November 2017 so it’s a good time to familiarise yourselves with the route 🙂

Source: MMO / Featured image: Bernama.


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