Proposed Petaling Jaya Dispersal Link (PJD LINK)


Petaling Jaya Dispersal Link (PJD LINK) is a proposed 34.3 km, 2 lane dual carriageway (4 lanes) expressway travelling North South of Petaling Jaya that will commence after the NKVE Toll Plaza on SPRINT Highway, Damansara and end at Bukit Jalil Highway Interchange. It will serve as a link for Petaling Jaya North (PJU), Bandar Utama, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Petaling Jaya City Center, Taman Dato’ Harun, Taman Medan Baru, Taman Sri Manja, Bandar Kinrara and Bukit Jalil Technology Park.

Economic Benefits

The Government in its endeavors to stimulate the economy greatly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the global economic slowdown, has welcomed initiatives to implement various developments that will revive Malaysia’s economic growth. This includes infrastructure developments of highways and public transportation systems through Public Private Partnership (PPP) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in upcoming Industrial and Technological sectors.

PJD Link will improve the logistics chain for Petaling Jaya and Petaling Jaya’s future rapid growth of developments of Industrial Zone of Section 13 & 19, FINAS Land (Section 52), PJ Sentral (PJ City Center), Industrial Zone of Section 51, Taman Medan and Bukit Jalil’s Technology Park. This will bolster the vision of Selangor’s Technology Growth Hub and will be a driving force for the future of Industrial Revolution 4.0 era in Malaysia.

Quick Facts

Description : Acts as a traffic dispersal for Petaling Jaya area linking Damansara to Bandar Kinrara and serves as an alternative to the traffic congested areas.

Length of highway : 34.3 km (12.5 km mainline & 21.8 km ramps).

Carriageway : Dual-two Carriageway (4 lanes).

Interchanges and Ramps : 8 Interchanges.

Toll System : Open Toll.

Construction period : 3 years.

Key Features of PJD LINK

  • PJD Link is a fully elevated traffic dispersal highway scheme that utilizes existing road/river reserve.
  • Serves the current and future traffic needs of the PJ Area and Klang Valley North South corridor and also relieves heavy traffic away from the PJ local roads.
  • Fully funded by the private sector without Government subsidies.
  • Provides Inter-urban connection to 6 major highways (NKVE, SPRINT, Federal Highway, NPE, KESAS and Bukit Jalil Highway).
  • Toll Free alternative local routes will remain and are to be improved at selected locations and available for connection between Damansara, PJ and Kinrara.

Route Map

Route Map

PJD Link Is Part of Integrated Klang Valley Transport System

  • Currently there are multiple linkages for traffic travelling from East to West (Kuala Lumpur to Klang).
  • However there is a lack of North – South linkages. More North – South Links are re-quired to cater for the traffic demand.
  • PJD Link will form an integral link in con-necting highways ( NKVE, SPRINT, Feder-al Highway , NPE, KESAS and Bukit Jalil Highway).
  • PJD Link will also cater for future vehicle growth in the Greater Kuala Lumpur / Klang Valley.

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