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Malaysia Federal Route 23

Federal Route 23
Jalan Segamat-Tangkak-Muar
Route information
Length: 76.2 km (47.3 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Segamat
  Muar Bypass
Lebuh AMJ
J112 Jalan Kesang Tasik
J33 Jalan Bukit Gambir
J136 Jalan Teluk Rimba
North-South Expressway Southern Route
J21 Jalan Sialang
J187 Jalan Solok
J123 Jalan Bekoh
J34 Jalan Bukit Serampang
J43 Jalan Batu Enam
J153 Jalan Tasek Alai
Federal Route 1
J154 Jalan Sultan
South end: Parit Bunga
Location
Primary
destinations:
Sungai Mati
Bukit Gambir
Bukit Kangkar
Tangkak
Sagil
Jementah
Highway system

Federal Route 23 or Jalan Segamat-Tangkak-Muar is a federal road in Johor, Malaysia, connecting Segamat in the north and Parit Bunga in the south.[1] It is also a main route to North-South Expressway Southern Route via Tangkak Interchange.

Contents

  • Route background 1
  • Features 2
    • Notable features 2.1
    • Overlaps 2.2
    • Alternate routes 2.3
    • Sections with motorcycle lanes 2.4
  • Current developments 3
    • Upgrading of the roads from Segamat to Tangkak 3.1
    • Construction of the Segamat-Tangkak-Muar Highway 3.2
  • List of junctions and towns 4
  • References 5

Route background

The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 23 starts at Parit Bunga, at its interchange with the Federal Route , the main trunk road of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

Features

Notable features

At most section, the Federal Route 23 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.

Overlaps

Alternate routes

Sections with motorcycle lanes

Current developments

Upgrading of the roads from Segamat to Tangkak

On 7 December 2007, the federal government had decided to upgrade the 40-km stretch from Segamat to Tangkak from 2-lane to 4-lane road.[3][4]

Construction of the Segamat-Tangkak-Muar Highway

Construction of the 63-km Segamat-Tangkak-Muar Highway, estimated to cost between RM750 million and RM770 million, will begin in November 2011. The road upgrading project will be carried out in five packages including an upgrading 14 bridges along the route.

List of junctions and towns

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks

0
PARIT BUNGA SOUTH
LEBUH AMJ
Tanjung Agas
Bandar Maharani Bandar Diraja (Muar) (Town Centre)
(ROYAL TOWN)


SOUTHEAST
MUAR BYPASS
MUAR SECOND BRIDGE
J32 Pagoh
NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE
Johor Bahru
Yong Peng
Batu Pahat


NORTHWEST
LEBUH AMJ
Melaka
Merlimau
M25
Jasin
Interchange
PARIT BUNGA
U-turn
U-turn U-turn
Masjid Parit Bunga
ڤاريت بوڠا
PARIT BUNGA
Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)
Muar and Ledang Branch Office
Parit Ponorogo bridge
Parit Ponorogo
Parit Ponorogo T-junctions
TNB's Sungai Mati Substations
Sungai Sendok bridge
Taman Ceria Taman Ceria T-junctions
Pekan Rawang EAST
J--- JALAN PANTAI LAYANG
Kampung Pantai Layang
T-junctions
Jalan Kesang Tasik WEST
J112 JALAN KESANG TASIK
Kesang Tasik
Sungai Rambai
Merlimau
T-junctions
Parit Kesang Tasik bridge
سوڠاي ماتي
SUNGAI MATI
SUNGAI MATI NORTHEAST
J33 JALAN BUKIT GAMBIR
Bukit Gambir
Bukit Serampang
NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE
Kuala Lumpur
Johor Bahru
Town junctions
سوڠاي ماتي
SUNGAI MATI
Taman Bukit Kangkar Taman Bukit Kangkar T-junctions
Bukit Kangkar
Jalan Teluk Rimba WEST
J136 JALAN TELUK RIMBA
Kampung Teluk Rimba
T-junctions
Serom Chinese Cemetery
Kampung Batu 10 Serom Kampung Batu 10 Serom T-junctions
Serom Chinese Cemetery
Serom Chinese Cemetery
Tangkak Industrial Area (Phase 2) Tangkak Industrial Area (Phase 2) T-junctions
Tangkak Industrial Area (Phase 1) Tangkak Industrial Area (Phase 1) T-junctions
Tangkak-NSE NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE

NORTH
Kuala Lumpur
Melaka
Jasin

SOUTH
Johor Bahru
Yong Peng
Pagoh
Tangkak Layby
T-junctions
PLUS PLUS Expressways section maintainences office
PROPEL PROPEL section maintainences office
Jalan Sungai Tangkak WEST
JALAN SUNGAI TANGKAK
T-junctions
Sungai Tangkak bridge
تڠكق، بندر تيكستيل
TANGKAK, BANDAR TEKSTIL
(The Textile Town of Johor)
TANGKAK
TANGKAK NORTHWEST
J21 JALAN SIALANG
Jasin
Chin Chin
Nyalas

SOUTHEAST
J187 JALAN SOLOK
Solok
Bukit Gambir
Town junctions
TANGKAK
Tangkak District Mosque
Tangkak District Mosque
Ledang District and Land Office
TANGKAK
تڠكق، بندر تيكستيل
TANGKAK, BANDAR TEKSTIL
(The Textile Town of Johor)
Tangkak Cemetery
Taman Payamas Taman Payamas T-junctions
Kampung Payamas NORTH
J123 JALAN BEKOH
Simpang Bekoh
Nyalas
Asahan
T-junctions
Kolej Matrikulasi Johor KOLEJ MATRIKULASI JOHOR T-junctions
Gunung Ledang Gunung Ledang
Gunung Ledang waterfalls
Gunung Ledang Resort
T-junctions
Sagil
Jalan Bukit Serampang EAST
J34 JALAN BUKIT SERAMPANG
Bukit Kepong
Bukit Serampang
T-junctions
Kampung Kebun Baharu
ليدڠ
LEDANG
Ledang-Segamat district border
سڬامت
SEGAMAT
Seri Ledang National Service camp
Kampung Paya Jakas
جيمينته
JEMENTAH
JEMENTAH
جيمينته
JEMENTAH
Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Segamat Campus UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA (UiTM) SEGAMAT CAMPUS T-junctions
Jalan Batu Enam NORTHWEST
J43 JALAN BATU ENAM
J43 Batu Enam
Gemas
T-junctions
Sungai Muar bridge
Kampung Batu Badak WEST
J153 JALAN TASEK ALAI
J153 Buloh Kasap
Gemas
T-junctions
Kampung Gemereh
Kampung Lubuk Batu Makam Bendahara Tepok (Tomb of the last Bendahara of Melaka) Historic site
سڬامت
SEGAMAT
Railway crossing
SEGAMAT
Jalan Station
NORTHWEST
JALAN STATION
Segamat Railway Station
Junctions
SEGAMAT
Permaisuri Junctions
NORTH
JALAN SULTAN
Segamat town centre

NORTHWEST
Tampin
Gemas
Bandar Muadzam Shah
Gambang
Kuantan

SOUTHEAST
Labis
Yong Peng

EAST
J154 JALAN SULTAN
Kampung Tengah
Segamat Inner Ring Road
Junctions

References

  1. ^ Statistik Jalan (Edisi 2013). Kuala Lumpur:  
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