One of the potholes in Jalan PJS3, near Taman Buana Perdana, that has been repaired. PIC BY AWAINA ARBEE

PETALING JAYA: Motorcyclists fear for their lives when they use Jalan PJS3 near Taman Buana Perdana, due to the deep potholes in the road.

Azli, who uses the road on the way to work, said: “If a motorcyclist hits a pothole, he could be hurt badly. There have cases of motorcyclists getting killed because they hit potholes.

“I fear for my life and the lives of other motorcyclists who use this road.

“The potholes also damage vehicles’ suspension and tyres,” he said.

Azli urged the local authorities to patch the potholes to prevent unwanted incidents.

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A Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) spokesman said the council had instructed the road’s developer to expedite repairs.

“Upon receiving the complaint, we instructed the developer to patch up the potholes along the road and it has done so.

“We thank the reader for informing us of the problem,” he said.

He urged the public to file complaints at the council’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/mbpjaduan or call 03-7954 2020.


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