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Malaysia Federal Route 98

Federal Route 98
Jalan Temerloh-Jerantut
Route information
Length: 56.2 km (34.9 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Jerantut
  Federal Route 234
Federal Route 64
East Coast Expressway
Federal Route 87
South end: Temerloh
Semantan
Location
Primary
destinations:
Mentakab
Kerdau
Kuala Kerau
Taman Negara
Highway system

Federal Route 98 or Jalan Temerloh-Jerantut is a main federal roads in Pahang, Malaysia. The roads connects Jerantut in the north until Temerloh in the south.[1] It is also a main route to East Coast Expressway via Temerloh Interchange and also Taman Negara.

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 and towns 3
  • References 4

Route background

The route starts at Temerloh, at its interchange with the Federal Route 87.

Features

Notable features

The Federal Route 98 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing a maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.

Overlaps

Alternate routes

Sections with motorcycle lanes

List of junctions and towns

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks
JERANTUT NORTH
Kuala Lipis
Kuala Tembeling
Taman Negara

WEST
Benta
Raub
Kuala Lipis

EAST
Bandar Pusat Jengka
Maran
Junctions
Kampung Padang Saujana
Kampung Temin
Kampung Bukit Genting
Simpang Tebing Tinggi NORTHWEST
JALAN JERANSANG
Jeransang
Benta

SOUTHEAST
JALAN TANJUNG RENGAS
Kampung Tanah Niyor
Kampung Tanjung Rengas
Junctions
Kampung Batu Lenggang
Kampung Batu Gapih
Kampung Bukit Dinding
Jalan Bukit Ketupat EAST
JALAN BUKIT KETUPAT
Kampung Bukit Ketupat
T-junctions
Kampung Gong Halt
Kampung Kuala Mai
Kampung Seboi
Kampung Jebat
Kampung Tanjung Timbau
Kampung Masjid
Kampung Batu Gadin
Sungai Kerau bridge
KUALA KERAU Kuala Kerau railway stations
Jalan Damak NORTHWEST
JALAN DAMAK
Damak
Bukit Batu
T-junctions
Taman Setia
Kampung Tanjung Kubu
Kampung Paya Parit WEST
JALAN KAMPUNG BENGIK
Kampung Bengik
T-junctions
Sungai Tekal
Kampung Dato Sharif Ahmad
Kampung Gajah Mati WEST
JALAN KAMPUNG BENGIK
Kampung Bengik
T-junctions
Kampung Cengkenik
Kampung Guntong
Kampung Batu Lada
Jerantut-Temerloh district border
Kampung Kelibang
Kampung Rasau
Kampung Guntung
Kerdau WEST
JALAN KERDAU
Kerdau
T-junctions
Kampung Tanjung Perah WEST
JALAN KERDAU
Kerdau
T-junctions
Kampung Seri Ketumbit
Kampung Paya Rambai
Kampung Ketapi
Kampung Panah Limau
Kampung Batu Tutur
Kampung Ketam
Kampung Desa Murni
Kampung Songsang EAST
JALAN SANGGANG
Sanggang
Tebing Tinggi
Paya Banir
Junctions
Kampung Paya Keladan
Temerloh-ECE EAST COAST EXPRESSWAY

WEST
Kuala Lumpur
Karak
Lanchang

EAST
SULTAN AHMAD SHAH II BRIDGE (SEMANTAN BRIDGE)
Kuala Terengganu
Kuantan
Chenor
Temerloh Rest and Service Area
T-junctions
Kampung Batu Bukit
Kampung Batu Tingkat
Kampung Batu Pintal
Jalan Bukit Tingkat EAST
JALAN BUKIT TINGKAT
Kampung Bukit Tingkat
Kampung Lubuk Kawah
T-junctions
Kampung Raja
Kampung Paya Tambang
Sungai Semantan bridge
Kampung Padang Kerbau

0
TEMERLOH
Semantan
WEST
Mentakab
Karak
Lanchang
Kuala Lumpur

EAST
Temerloh town centre
Maran
Kuantan
Teriang
Bahau

SOUTH
JALAN SRI KEMUNING
Kampung Batu Tiga
Junctions

References

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