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Malaysia Federal Route 90

Federal Route 90
Jalan Desaru
Jalan Teluk Ramunia
Route information
Length: 9.2 km (5.7 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Pengerang Highway
  Pengerang Highway
Jalan Sedili Kechil
J52 Jalan Tanjung Pengelih
South end: Desaru
Location
Primary
destinations:
Bandar Penawar
Tanjung Balau
Teluk Ramunia
Highway system

Federal Route 90 or Jalan Desaru and Jalan Teluk Ramunia is a federal road in Johor, Malaysia. It connects Pengerang Highway, route to Desaru.[1]

Contents

  • Route background 1
  • Features 2
    • Notable features 2.1
    • Overlaps 2.2
    • Alternate routes 2.3
    • Sections with motorcycle lanes 2.4
  • List of junctions 3
    • Jalan Desaru 3.1
    • Jalan Teluk Ramunia 3.2
  • References 4

Route background

The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 90 starts at Bulatan Desaru roundabout near Desaru.

Features

Notable features

  • RAPID Pengerang Petrochemical Complex, the largest petrochemical plant in southern Peninsula Malaysia.

At most section, the Federal Route 90 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

List of junctions

Jalan Desaru

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks
PENGERANG HIGHWAY PENGERANG HIGHWAY

NORTH
Kota Tinggi
Mersing
SENAI-DESARU EXPRESSWAY
Johor Bahru
Senai
Senai International Airport
Kulai
Singapore
Pasir Gudang
Kuala Lumpur

SOUTH
Sungai Rengit
J52 Pengerang
J52 Tanjung Pengelih
T-junctions
PENGERANG HIGHWAY
JALAN DESARU
Petronas Petronas Layby Petronas
SMT Bandar Penawar Sekolah Menengah Teknik Bandar Penawar
BANDAR PENAWAR SOUTH
JALAN DATO' ABDUL HAMID
BANDAR PENAWAR
Town Centre
Lembaga Bandaran Johor Tenggara (LBJT) main headquarters
Masjid Al-Syifa, Bandar Penawar
Institut Sains Dan Teknologi Darul Takzim (INSTEDT)
T-junctions
SMS Kota Tinggi Sekolah Menengah Sains Kota Tinggi
SMKA Bandar Penawar Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama Bandar Penawar
SMK Bandar Penawar Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Bandar Penawar
JALAN DESARU

0
BULATAN DESARU ROUNDABOUT NORTH
JALAN SEDILI KECHIL
Sedili
Tanjung Balau
Fisherman's Museum

SOUTH
JALAN TELUK RAMUNIA
Teluk Ramunia
Roundabout
ديسارو
DESARU
Desaru guardpost
Guardpost
Desaru guardpost
DESARU DESARU
Desaru Impian
Pulai Desaru Beach Resort and Spa

Jalan Teluk Ramunia

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks

0
BULATAN DESARU ROUNDABOUT NORTH
JALAN SEDILI KECHIL
Sedili
Tanjung Balau
Fisherman's Museum

JALAN DESARU
WEST
Bandar Penawar
Pengerang
Kota Tinggi
Johor Bahru

EAST
DESARU
Roundabout
JALAN TELUK RAMUNIA
BANDAR PENAWAR WEST
JALAN DATO' ONN
BANDAR PENAWAR
Town Centre
Lembaga Bandaran Johor Tenggara (LBJT) main headquarters
Masjid Al-Syifa, Bandar Penawar
Institut Sains Dan Teknologi Darul Takzim (INSTEDT)
T-junctions
Kampung Baharu Kampung Setajam
Kampung Punggal
Kampung Gambu
Kampung Baharu
Kampung Wakaf
Kampung Tanjung Che Lahom
Kampung Masjid
Batu Laut Batu Laut Beach
Tanjung Sepang Tanjung Sepang Beach
TELUK RAMUNIA
Kampung Changi
RAPID PENGERANG PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX RAPID PENGERANG PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
RAPID PENGERANG PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX RAPID PENGERANG PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
RAPID PENGERANG PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX RAPID PENGERANG PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
JALAN TELUK RAMUNIA
SUNGAI RENGIT NORTH
PENGERANG HIGHWAY
Kota Tinggi
Mersing
Bandar Penawar
Desaru
SENAI-DESARU EXPRESSWAY
Senai
Senai International Airport
Kulai
Singapore
Johor Bahru
Pasir Gudang
Kuala Lumpur

WEST
J52 JALAN TANJUNG PENGELIH
Pengerang
Tanjung Pengelih
T-junctions

References

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