Minimizing Traffic Woe At Bukit Jalil

It had been a nightmare (errrr, should be a morningmare of morning blues) on every working days for those who stays in Puncak Jalil, Taman LTAT and PPR Pinggiran Jalil to travel to work due to the only exit to Lebuhraya Bukit Jalil at Bomba Bukit Jalil traffic light. Sometimes even on an unlucky Saturdays and Sundays.

Previously it was a single lane.


It was a terrible crawl when at times a 50 metre stretch can take about 15 to 20 minutes just to get onto Lebuhraya Bukit Jalil. When I used to send my kid to SK Bukit Jalil about 4 km away, I have to leave home by the latest 6.30 so that he can arrive at school before the prefects stand at the gate to take down his name for being late.

This also contribute to drivers making illegal U turns and even though illegal, it helps reduce the number of cars trying to get out from Bomba. Then again there those idiots who do not know how to Q up and think of only themselves and created the unnecessary hiccup of the traffic flow.

Idiots at Bomba B Jalil Traffic light




The Persatuan Penduduk Puncak Jalil and DBKL made a wise move to open up another lane so that two cars can exit simultaneously and the traffic from Kinrara has to stop. The new traffic light starts operating on 25th April 2014.


I am not sure whether there’s a yellow box within the buffer zones of the traffic light. A few days ago I experience there are cars still violating the traffic light and it the normal practice of Malaysian drivers to do so.  Driving on Malaysian road seems to be the strong and don’t care less on the road will survive.

All photo credit to Persatuan Penduduk Puncak Jalil

Who were these louts at the Anti GST Rally? Agent provocateurs?





The Sun daily photo


Dang Wangi police chief ACP Zainuddin Ahmad said the media personnel had lodged the reports yesterday evening against the organisers of the rally, Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM).


4:10PM May 2, 2014

Cameramen lodge report over May 1 attack

Police have today confirmed receiving reports from the three cameramen, who were allegedly roughed up by protesters in a rally against the goods and services tax (GST) at Dataran Merdeka yesterday.

Dang Wangi police chief ACP Zainuddin Ahmad said the media personnel had lodged the reports yesterday evening against the organisers of the rally, Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM).

“The case will be investigated under Section 146 of the Penal Code for rioting. No arrests have been made yet,” he told Bernama when contacted today.

Xinhua news agency cameraman, Mohd Zul Iskanda Mohd Hanafiah, Focus Malaysia

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SEO Quick Tips: Four Ways to Improve Your Results Today News

Did you know that is extremely SEO friendly right out of the box?

If you blog here at, you’re already ensuring great search engine results, without even having to try!

But if your search rank still isn’t where you want it to be, here are four quick steps you can take today to start improving it.

Post something!

Writers block Photo by Vince Kusters

“Wait,” you say. “I thought you said these were going to be quick, easy tips! Posting is The Hardest Thing Evah!”

I feel you. Writer’s block is real, but an active posting schedule of useful content is rule number one in traffic building.

Posts don’t have to be a ten-paragraph original academic essay to be worthwhile, though! Here are some ideas if the blank page (well, post editor) is getting you down:

  • Post a photo you’ve recently snapped, with a few lines about where it was…

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Malindo Air And Cebu Pacific Records History On KLIA2

OD 1027 landed on runway 3 of KLIA2 on the day the new airport opens. While the first aircraft that took off was the Cebu Pacific Airways en route to Manila. malindo

Cebu Pacific

Malindo Air’s Boeing 737-900ER touchdown after midnight and created history for being the first aircraft to land on the newly opened 4 kilometer runway 3 of KLIA2.

Present at the airport to witness the historic moment were Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) chairman Tan Sri Dr Wan Abdul Aziz Wan Abdullah, MAHB Managing Director Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad and Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) Director General Datuk Azharuddin Abdul Rahman.

‘Goodie bags’ were distributed to the 110 passengers of the Malindo Air and the 147 passengers who boarded the Cebu Pacific Airways flight. Earlier at 10.20pm on Thursday, the check-in process began and proceeded without any hitches

Presently four airlines: Malindo Air, Cebu Pacific Airways, Lion Air and Tiger Air starts operating out of KLIA2

Airasia will move its operation on 9 May, the day LCCT to be officially closed.

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