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Malaysia Federal Route 24

Federal Route 24
Jalan Muar-Yong Peng
Route information
Length: 65.3 km (40.6 mi)
Existed: 1869 – present
History: Completed in 1870 and then widened and straightened in 1890
Major junctions
West end: Muar (Bandar Maharani)
Bulatan Bentayan
  Federal Route 5
Muar Bypass
J135 Jalan Sungai Terap-Simpang Jeram
J131 Jalan Bukit Mor
Jalan Parit Yusuf
J23 Jalan Pagoh-Parit Sulong
J19 Jalan Peserai
J126 Jalan Parit Sulong-Tongkang Pechah
J13 Jalan Tongkang Pechah
J35 Jalan Seri Medan
J125 Jalan Sengkuang
North-South Expressway Southern Route
Federal Route 1
East end: Yong Peng
Location
Primary
destinations:
Bakri
Parit Sulong
Batu Pahat
Tongkang Pechah
Parit Yaani
Highway system

Federal Route 24 or Jalan Muar-Yong Peng is a federal road in Johor, Malaysia. The roads connects Muar (Bandar Maharani) in the west to Yong Peng in the east.[1]

Contents

  • Route background 1
  • History 2
    • The main route of Japanese Army to conquered Singapore during World War II 2.1
  • Features 3
  • List of junctions and town 4
  • References 5

Route background

The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 24 is located at Bulatan Bentayan roundabout in Muar (Bandar Maharani), at its interchange with the Federal Route , the main trunk road of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

History

The Federal Route 24 is one of the earliest roads in the state of Johor. It was built in 1869 as a village road and was completed in 1870 Then the road was widened and straightened by Dato' Mohd. Salleh bin Perang (Dato 'Bentara Luar) in 1890. At that time, the Federal Route 24 holds the record as the longest straight and flat road in Malaya.

This road has a notable history especially during World War II.

The main route of Japanese Army to conquered Singapore during World War II

Main article: Battle of Muar, See also;
Siege of Bakri
Battle of Parit Sulong Bridge

Features

At most sections, the Federal Route 24 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.

List of junctions and town

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks

0
MUAR
(BANDAR MAHARANI, BANDAR DIRAJA)
Bulatan Bentayan
NORTHWEST
JALAN KESANG
SULTAN ISMAIL BRIDGE
Melaka
Tangkak
Segamat
J32 Labis
J32 Pagoh
NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE
Kuala Lumpur
Johor Bahru

SOUTHWEST
JALAN ARAB
J31 Parit Bakar
J31 Parit Jawa
Batu Pahat
Roundabout
MUAR
(BANDAR MAHARANI, BANDAR DIRAJA)
Jalan Dato' Haji Hassan
SOUTHEAST
JALAN DATO' HAJI HASSAN
Junctions
MUAR
(BANDAR MAHARANI, BANDAR DIRAJA)
Jalan Hashim
NORTHWEST
JALAN HASHIM
T-junctions
MUAR
(BANDAR MAHARANI, BANDAR DIRAJA)
Jalan Sakeh
NORTHEAST
JALAN SAKEH
T-junctions
MUAR
(BANDAR MAHARANI, BANDAR DIRAJA)
Jalan Haji Jaib
SOUTHWEST
JALAN HAJI JAIB
T-junctions
McDonald's Drive Thru McDonald's Drive Thru
MUAR
(BANDAR MAHARANI, BANDAR DIRAJA)
Jalan Haji Abdullah
NORTH
JALAN HAJI ABDULLAH
Sungai Abong
Malaysian Road Transport Department (JPJ) district branch office
T-junctions
MUAR
(BANDAR MAHARANI, BANDAR DIRAJA)
Jalan Dato' Haji Kosai
SOUTH
J133 JALAN DATO' HAJI KOSAI
Parit Bakar
T-junctions
Bandar Maharani Gateway Arch

موار
بندر مهاراني، بندر دراج
MUAR
BANDAR MAHARANI, BANDAR DIRAJA
(The Royal Town of Johor)
Muar Bypass MUAR BYPASS

NORTHWEST
Melaka
Tangkak
Segamat
J32 Pagoh
NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE
Kuala Lumpur
Johor Bahru

SOUTHWEST
J31 Parit Bakar
J31 Parit Jawa
Batu Pahat
Interchange
Simpang Jeram NORTH
J135 JALAN SUNGAI TERAP-SIMPANG JERAM
Jorak
Sungai Terap
Bukit Pasir
Pagoh
Bandar Universiti Pagoh
NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE
Kuala Lumpur
Johor Bahru
T-junctions
Jalan Sri Tanjung SOUTH
J133 JALAN SRI TANJUNG
Bukit Mor
Parit Jawa
T-junctions
Kampung Batu Lima
بكري
BAKRI
Bakri Muslim Cemetery
BAKRI Sekolah Menengah Sains PDRM Bakri T-junctions
BAKRI EAST
JALAN UJONG
Corner t-junctions
Japanese War Cemetery Historical site
Bakri Cemetery Chinese cemetery
Christian Cemetery
Hindu cemetery
T-junctions
Bakri Industrial Area T-junctions
بكري
BAKRI
Siege of Bakri Historical Site
Historical site during World War II
Siege of Bakri Historical Site SIEGE OF BAKRI HISTORICAL SITE
Historical site during World War II
Historical site
Siege of Bakri Historical Site
Historical site during World War II
Paya Bakri SOUTH
J131 JALAN BUKIT MOR
Bukit Mor
Parit Jawa
T-junctions
Sungai Sarang Buaya bridge
Kampung Kenangan
Bukit Naning
Parit Jepun
Parit Tengah SOUTH
JALAN PARIT YUSUF
Pekan Baru Parit Yusuf
Sungai Balang
Batu Pahat
T-junctions
Parit Hassan Ahmad Satu
موار
MUAR
Muar-Batu Pahat district border
Yong Peng sub-district border
باتو ڤاهت
BATU PAHAT
Kampung Parit Gantong
Jalan Pagoh-Parit Sulong NORTHWEST
J23 JALAN PAGOH-PARIT SULONG
Kangka
Pagoh
NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE
Kuala Lumpur
Johor Bahru
T-junctions
ڤاريت سولوڠ
PARIT SULONG
(The Historical Town During World War II (1941-1945))
PARIT SULONG
Jalan Simpang Lima-Parit Sulong
SOUTH
J19 JALAN SIMPANG LIMA-PARIT SULONG
Simpang Lima
Peserai
Batu Pahat
T-junctions
PARIT SULONG
PARIT SULONG
Parit Sulong War Memorial
PARIT SULONG WAR MEMORIAL
V
Historical site during World War II
Historical site
Sungai Simpang Kiri bridge
Parit Sulong Bridge
Historical site during World War II
Historical site
ڤاريت سولوڠ
PARIT SULONG
(The Historical Town During World War II (1941-1945))
Jalan Parit Sulong-Tongkang Pechah SOUTHEAST
J126 JALAN PARIT SULONG-TONGKANG PECHAH
Tongkang Pechah
Batu Pahat
T-junctions
Kampung Baharu
Kampung Kangkar Merlimau
Kampung Mohd Noor
Jalan Tongkang Pechah SOUTH
J13 JALAN TONGKANG PECHAH
Tongkang Pechah
Batu Pahat
T-junctions
Jalan Seri Medan NORTH
J35 JALAN SERI MEDAN
Seri Medan
T-junctions
Kampung Seri Wangi
Parit Yaani SOUTH
J125 JALAN SENGKUANG
J125 Sri Bengkal
Sri Gading
Parit Raja
T-junctions
Kampung Parit Tengah
Kampung Parit Serani
PLUS PLUS Expressways section maintainences office
PROPEL PROPEL section maintainences office
Yong Peng North-NSE NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE

NORTH
Kuala Lumpur
Melaka
Pagoh
Yong Peng Layby

SOUTH
Johor Bahru
Simpang Renggam
Ayer Hitam
T-junctions
Yong Peng Muslim Cemetery
Yong Peng Restaurant and Rest Plaza Petron
Restoran Lucky Garden
Kampung Parit Awang
يوڠ ڤڠ
YONG PENG
Sungai Bekok bridge
YONG PENG NORTH
Segamat
Labis

SOUTH
Ayer Hitam
Kluang
Batu Pahat
Simpang Renggam
T-junctions

References

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