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Malaysia Federal Route 92

Federal Route 92
Pengerang Highway
Route information
Length: 66.8 km (41.5 mi)
Existed: 1972 – present
History: Completed in 1974
Major junctions
North end: Kota Tinggi
  Federal Route 3
Kota Tinggi Bypass
Jalan Sedili
Jalan Desaru
Senai-Desaru Expressway
Jalan Tanjung Belungkor
Jalan Teluk Ramunia
J52 Jalan Tanjung Pengelih
South end: Sungai Rengit
Location
Primary
destinations:
Desaru
Bandar Penawar
Pengerang
Tanjung Pengelih
Highway system

Federal Route 92 , also known as Pengerang Highway (Jalan Raya Pengerang) is a federal highway that runs from Kota Tinggi to Sungai Rengit in Johor.[1] The 66.8 km (41.5 mi) highway is also a main route to Desaru beach. Federal Route 92 became the backbone of the road system linking the southeastern Johor before being surpassed by the Senai-Desaru Expressway .

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 4
  • References 5

Route background

The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 92 is located at Sungai Rengit near Pengerang.

History

Federal Route 92 was built under KEJORA (Southeast Johor Development Authority; or Lembaga Kemajuan Johor Tenggara in Malay) program to develop the poorly developed areas in southeastern Johor. It was constructed in the 1970s. By the 2000s, the highway was bogged down with severe congestion, and the Senai-Desaru Expressway is build to replace it.

Features

Notable features

At most section, the Federal Route 92 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

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks
66.8 EXIT 9201 KOTA TINGGI
KAMPUNG MAKAM JUNCTIONS
WEST
Kota Tinggi town centre
Bandar Tenggara
Kluang
Kota Tinggi watrerfall
Kampung Makam
(Makam Sultan Mahmud Mangkat Dijulang)

EAST
Jemaluang
Mersing
Kuantan
T-Junctions
Start/End of highway
PENGERANG HIGHWAY
Start/End of highway
66.8 Mosque
66.7 Muzium Kota Tinggi MUZIUM KOTA TINGGI
T-junctions
كوتا تيڠڬي، بندر برسجاره
KOTA TINGGI, BANDAR BERSEJARAH
(The Historical Town of Johor)
66.6 EXIT 9202 KOTA TINGGI BYPASS JUNCTIONS KOTA TINGGI BYPASS

NORTHEAST
Jemaluang
Mersing
Kuantan

SOUTHWEST
Kulai
Ulu Tiram
Pasir Gudang
Johor Bahru
Singapore
Junctions
66.5
66.4 Estate

66
65.5 Estate

65
EXIT 9203 PASAK (WEST) JUNCTIONS SOUTH
JALAN PASAK
FELDA Pasak
Kota Seluyut
T-Junctions
Kampung Pasak Kampung Pasak T-Junctions
Sungai Seluyut bridge
Kampung Baru Seluyut Kampung Baru Seluyut
EXIT 9204 FELDA AYER TAWAR 3 JUNCTIONS EAST
JALAN FELDA AYER TAWAR 3
FELDA Ayer Tawar 3
T-Junctions
EXIT 9205 FELDA AYER TAWAR 2 JUNCTIONS EAST
1402 JALAN FELDA AYER TAWAR 2
FELDA Ayer Tawar 2
T-Junctions
EXIT 9206 FELDA AYER TAWAR 1 JUNCTIONS EAST
1401 JALAN FELDA AYER TAWAR 1
FELDA Ayer Tawar 1

BH Petrol
T-Junctions
EXIT 9207 PANCHOR JUNCTIONS WEST
JALAN PANCHOR
Kampung Panchor
Kota Panchor
T-junctions
EXIT 9208 FELDA AYER TAWAR 4 JUNCTIONS WEST
1401 JALAN FELDA AYER TAWAR 4
FELDA Ayer Tawar 4
T-junctions
EXIT 9209 TELUK SENGAT JUNCTIONS WEST
J-- JALAN TELUK SENGAT
Teluk Sengat
Johor Lama
Kota Johor Lama
T-Junctions
EXIT 9210 FELDA AYER TAWAR 4 & 5 JUNCTIONS WEST
1405 JALAN FELDA AYER TAWAR 5
FELDA Ayer Tawar 5

Mobil

EAST
JALAN FELDA AYER TAWAR 4
FELDA Ayer Tawar 4
T-Junctions
Sungai Papan bridge
Kota Tinggi-Bandar Pengerang sub district border
EXIT 9211 FELDA SUNGAI MAS JUNCTIONS SOUTH
J-- JALAN FELDA SUNGAI MAS
FELDA Sungai Mas
T-junctions
Bandar Mas Layby
EXIT 9212 BANDAR MAS JUNCTIONS NORTH
JALAN BANDAR UTAMA
Bandar Mas
T-junctions
EXIT 9213 JALAN SEDILI JUNCTIONS NORTH
JALAN SEDILI
Sedili
Waha
Lok Heng
Teluk Mahkota
T-Junctions
Sungai Lebam bridge
Sungai Chemperai bridge
Penawar Rest and Service Area
Desaru Fruit Farm DESARU FRUIT FARM
T-junctions

28
EXIT 9214 PENGERANG-SDE INTERCHANGE WEST
SENAI-DESARU EXPRESSWAY
SUNGAI JOHOR-SDE BRIDGE
Johor Bahru
Senai
Senai International Airport
Kulai
Singapore
Pasir Gudang
Kuala Lumpur

EAST
JALAN TANJUNG BALAU
Tanjung Balau
Kampung Nelayan
Fisherman's Museum
Intersections
Petronas Petronas Layby Petronas
EXIT 9215 JALAN DESARU JUNCTIONS EAST
JALAN DESARU
Desaru
Tanjung Balau
T-Junctions
Sungai Chemangar bridge
EXIT 9216 BANDAR PENAWAR JUNCTIONS EAST
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
Sungai Lebam bridge
EXIT 9217 JALAN TANJUNG BELUNGKOR JUNCTIONS WEST
JALAN TANJUNG BELUNGKOR
Sebana
Pasir Gogok
Tanjung Belungkor
Changi (Singapore) (Ferry )
T-Junctions
EXIT 9218 FELDA ADELA TUNGGAL SENING & KELEDA JUNCTIONS FELDA Adela Tunggal Sening & Keleda T-junctions
EXIT 9219 SEBANA COVE JUNCTIONS WEST
SEBANA COVE
Sebana Cove Golf and Country Club
Sebana Waterfront
Sebana Cove Marina
T-Junctions

2

1
PENGERANG HIGHWAY
Start/End of highway
سوڠاي رڠيت
SUNGAI RENGIT

0
EXIT 9220 SUNGAI RENGIT
SUNGAI RENGIT JUNCTIONS
WEST
J52 JALAN TANJUNG PENGELIH
Pengerang
Tanjung Pengelih
Royal Malaysian Naval Academy (PULAREK)

EAST
JALAN TELUK RAMUNIA
Teluk Ramunia
RAPID Pengerang Petrochemical Complex
Start/End of highway
T-Junctions

References

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