Government To Check Status Of Proposed Integrated Public Transport Terminal In Gelang Patah - Wee

GELANG PATAH, July 17 (Bernama) -- The government will check the status of the integrated public transport terminal project in Gelang Patah, which was proposed before the 13th general election, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said.

Speaking to reporters after visiting several new villages here today, the minister said he would ask for a report on the proposed project soon.

"It is learnt that the construction of the terminal was proposed before the 13th general election, involving a cost of RM7 million.

"We will ask for the report on the latest status of the project and the agencies entrusted to implement it," he said.

Meanwhile, Wee, who is also the minister in charge of the new village affairs, said Gelang Patah, which is located in Iskandar Malaysia area, had received significant facelift following the rapid development taking place in its surrounding areas.

He said MCA had also proposed 90 minor development projects worth over RM7.18 million to be implemented in new Chinese villages in Johor.

He said 72 other projects worth over RM6.2 million were still under consideration.


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