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Malaysia Federal Route 60

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Malaysia Federal Route 60

Federal Route 60
Route information
Length: 87.1 km (54.1 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Changkat Jering
  Federal Route 1
North-South Expressway Northern Route
Federal Route 73
Lumut Bypass
Federal Route 18
Federal Route 5
South end: Kampung Koh
Location
Primary
destinations:
Taiping
Kuala Kangsar
Terong
Pantai Remis
Beruas
Damar Laut
Lumut
Sitiawan
Pangkor Island
Highway system

Federal Route 60 is a federal roads in Perak, Malaysia. The road connects Changkat Jering in the north until Kampung Koh in the south.[1] The roads also a main route to North-South Expressway Northern Route via Changkat Jering Interchange.

Contents

  • Route background 1
  • History 2
  • Features 3
    • Notable features 3.1
    • Overlaps 3.2
    • Alternate routes 3.3
    • Sections with motorcycle lanes 3.4
  • List of Junctions and Towns 4
  • References 5

Route background

The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 60 starts at Simpang Changkat Jering, at its interchange with the Federal Route , the main trunk road of the central of Peninsular Malaysia.

History

After the completion of Dinding Bypass (including Raja Pemaisuri Bainun Bridge) and Sitiawan Bypass. The Federal Route then extended towards south and passing a major towns such as Sitiawan, Seri Manjung and then finally Kampung Koh where its interchange with the Federal Route , the main trunk road of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

Features

Notable features

There are two highway bypass of the Federal Route 60 including:

At most section, the Federal Route 60 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.

Overlaps

No

Alternate routes

No

Sections with motorcycle lanes

No

List of Junctions and Towns

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks
SERI MANJUNG-KAMPUNG KOH see also
SITIAWAN BYPASS
DAMAR LAUT-SERI MANJUNG see also
DINDING BYPASS
87.1 DAMAR LAUT SOUTH
JALAN DAMAR LAUT
Damar Laut
T-junctions

87
Kampung Batu Undan
Jalan Teluk Senangin WEST
JALAN TELUK SENAGIN
Teluk Senagin
Segari Turtle Hatchery
T-junctions
Kampung Batu Lima
Segari Power Station
Kampung Batu Dua Belas EAST
A12
JALAN CHANGKAT KERUING
Changkat Keruing
Ayer Tawar
T-junctions
Kampung Tebok Yan
Kampung Sungai Batu EAST
JALAN SUNGAI BATU
Kampung Baharu Sungai Batu
T-junctions
PANTAI REMIS
Kampung Ujong Pasir
Kampung Sungai Tuntong NORTH
JALAN SUNGAI TERONG
Sungai Bemban
T-junctions
Kampung Matang Acheh
kampung Padang Serai
Kampung Batu Hampar EAST
Beruas
Parit
Ipoh
T-junctions
Manjung-Larut Matang & Selama district border
Kampung Sungai Rotan
Sungai Tenang
Sungai Nyior WEST
JALAN SUNGAI BARU
Kampung Sungai Baru
T-junctions
Terong WEST
JALAN TEMERLOK
Temerlok
T-junctions
Sungai Terong WEST
JALAN SUNGAI TERONG
Sungai Bemban
T-junctions
CHANGKAT JERING
Changkat Jering-NSE NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY NORTHERN ROUTE

NORTH
Alor Setar
Penang
Taiping (North)
Taiping Layby

SOUTH
Kuala Lumpur
Ipoh
Kuala Kangsar
Bukit Gantang Layby
T-junctions

0
SIMPANG CHANGKAT JERING NORTH
Kamunting
Taiping
Kuala Sepetang
Bukit Larut
Kota Ngah Ibrahim

NORTHEAST
JALAN AIR KUNING
Taiping (optional)

SOUTHEAST
Kuala Kangsar
Gerik
Kota Bharu
Junctions

References

  1. ^ Statistik Jalan (Edisi 2013). Kuala Lumpur:  
  • Source: Malaysia Road Atlas, World Express Mapping
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