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Malaysia Federal Route 88

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Malaysia Federal Route 88

Federal Route 88
Jalan Chatin
Route information
Length: 5.6 km (3.5 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Mentakab
  Federal Route 87
Mentakab-Temerloh Bypass
South end: Mentakab-Temerloh Bypass
Location
Primary
destinations:
Kampung Chatin
Highway system

Federal Route 88 or Jalan MACRES is a main federal road in Pahang, Malaysia. The roads connected Mentakab to Mentakab-Temerloh Bypass (Federal Route ).[1]

Contents

  • Route background 1
  • Features 2
  • List of Junctions and Towns 3
  • References 4

Route background

The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 88 starts at Mentakab.

Features

At most sections, the Federal Route 88 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.

List of Junctions and Towns

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks

0
MENTAKAB WEST
Town Centre

EAST
Temerloh
Jerantut
Taman Negara
EAST COAST EXPRESSWAY
Kuala Lumpur
Kuantan
Kuala Terengganu
T-junctions
MENTAKAB
Kampung Chatin
Sekolah Kebangsaan Mentakab (Chatin)
Kolej Komuniti Mentakab KOLEJ KOMUNITI MENTAKAB
Mentakab-Temerloh Bypass MENTAKAB-TEMERLOH BYPASS

WEST
Kuala Lumpur
Karak
Lanchang

EAST
Chenor
Maran
Kuantan


SOUTH
JALAN INDUSTRI TEMERLOH
Taman Industri Temerloh
T-junctions

References

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


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