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Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway

 

Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway

Federal Route 29
Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway
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Existed: 1997 – present
History: Completed in 2009
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North end: Serdang Interchange
  E11 KLIA Expressway
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Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway, Federal Route 29 is a major expressway in Klang Valley, Malaysia and become the first future federal highway on the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) area. It connects Serdang interchange on Damansara-Puchong Expressway to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang. It was named after the two sides of the MSC cities, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.

Route background

The kilometre marker for the expressway is a continuation from the E11 Damansara-Puchong Expressway; therefore, the Putrajaya–Cyberjaya Expressway assumes the same Kilometre Zero as the Damansara-Puchong Expressway.

History

Formerly the road was known as the
B15
Persiaran Utara interchange, the second from Persiaran Utara to Dengkil, the third from Dengkil to Sepang and the fourth from Sepang to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Phase 1 was completed in 1999, phase 2 in 2001 and phase 3 in 2006. Meanwhile phase 4, connecting Sepang to KLIA, is expected to be completed in 2009.

Criticisms

Hidden dangers on the motorcycle lanes

There have been criticisms on the state of the expressway.[1] Compared to other expressways, there are many hazards along certain stretches such as broken street lamps and dangerously uneven road surface. Most motorcyclists avoided using the designated lanes due to untrimmed tree branches jutting out into the lane, sand on the road, unlit tunnels and flooding.

Features

Notable features

  • Motorcycle lane
  • The first future federal highway on Multimedia Super Corridor
  • Arch bridge at major interchanges along the highway
  • Widest highway and interchange
  • Highway with ERL railway line
  • Highway between Putrajaya and Cyberjaya
  • Dengkil Lake Bridge

At most section, the Federal Route 29 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

Yes


List of Interchanges

km Exit Interchange To Remarks
NORTH
E11 DAMANSARA-PUCHONG EXPRESSWAY
Puchong
Shah Alam
Petaling Jaya
Damansara
Kepong
Litrak border limit
SERDANG INTERCHANGE EAST
3215 JALAN SERI KEMBANGAN
3215 Bandar Putra Permai
3215 Serdang
3215 Seri Kembangan
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)
Half diamond interchange
E11 DAMANSARA-PUCHONG EXPRESSWAY
Start/End of toll expressway
Litrak border limit

29 PUTRAJAYA-CYBERJAYA EXPRESSWAY
JKR border limit

29
0
Petaling-Sepang district border

EXIT 6A
EXIT 6B
EXIT 6C
EXIT 6D
SKVE INTERCHANGE E26 SOUTH KLANG VALLEY EXPRESSWAY
WEST
Pulau Indah
Banting
Klang
Bandar Saujana Putra

EAST
E18 Serdang
E2 Seremban
E18 Kajang
Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten)
Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS)
Cloverleaf interchange
EXIT 7 CYBERJAYA NORTH INTERCHANGE WEST
PERSIARAN APEC
Cyberjaya
Malaysian Multimedia University (MMU)
Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT)
Trumpet interchange
EXIT 8 PERSIARAN UTARA INTERCHANGE EAST
PERSIARAN UTARA
Putrajaya
Trumpet interchange
EXIT 9 PUTRAJAYA SENTRAL INTERCHANGE EAST
Putrajaya Sentral
Putrajaya-Cyberjaya ERL stations
Trumpet interchange
EXIT 10A
EXIT 10B
EXIT 10C
EXIT 10D
PUTRAJAYA-CYBERJAYA INTERCHANGE E6 Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC) Cloverleaf interchange
EXIT 11 CYBERJAYA SOUTH INTERCHANGE PERSIARAN TASIK
WEST
Cyberjaya
Malaysian Multimedia University (MMU)
EAST
Cyberview Lodge
Diamond interchange
EXIT 12A
EXIT 12B
EXIT 12C
EXIT 12D
PERSIARAN SELATAN INTERCHANGE PERSIARAN SELATAN
WEST
Cyberjaya
EAST
Taman Selatan
Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC)
Putrajaya
Cloverleaf interchange
Start/End of six-lane carriageway
EXIT 13 DENGKIL NORTH INTERCHANGE SOUTH
B15
JALAN PUCHONG-DENGKIL
Dengkil
Interchange
EXIT 14 DENGKIL NORTH INTERCHANGE SOUTH
B15
JALAN PUCHONG-DENGKIL
Dengkil
Interchange
Dengkil Lake Bridge Start/End of bridge
29
47
Dengkil Lake Bridge
Dengkil Lake Bridge Start/End of bridge
29
48
Pipeline and river crossing bridge Start/End of bridge
Pipeline and river crossing bridge
Pipeline crossing bridge
Pipeline and river crossing bridge
Sungai Langat bridge
Pipeline and river crossing bridge Start/End of bridge
EXIT 15 DENGKIL EAST INTERCHANGE 31 JALAN BANTING-SEMENYIH
WEST
Banting
Dengkil
EAST
Semenyih
Bangi
Kajang
Junctions
29
50
29
51
EXIT 16 SALAK TINGGI-ELITE INTERCHANGE E6 AH2 AH2 NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY CENTRAL LINK
WEST
Ipoh
Shah Alam
EAST
Johor Bahru
Seremban
Nilai
Future interchange
29
52
29
53
29
54
EXIT 17 KOTA WARISAN INTERCHANGE Kota Warisan
Salak Tinggi railway station
Diamond interchange
54.5 McDonalds and Shell Layby Shell petrol station South bound
29
55
29 PUTRAJAYA-CYBERJAYA EXPRESSWAY
Start/End of expressway

EXIT 18 NILAI-KLIA HIGHWAY INTERCHANGE 32 Nilai Diamond interchange
(Under construction)
Temporary t-junctions
29 PUTRAJAYA-CYBERJAYA EXPRESSWAY
Under construction

Railway crossing bridge
Sungai Labu bridge
EXIT 19 KLIA OUTER RING ROAD INTERCHANGE 27
Cargo Terminal
Interchange
29 PUTRAJAYA-CYBERJAYA EXPRESSWAY
Start/End of expressway
Under construction
JKR border limit

EXIT 20 26

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