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MPPP – Do something quick before someone gets killed

The stretch of Scotland road outside the Union Girls School is badly in need of repair. The condition has been like this for more than two weeks. Yet, I wonder what is MPPP waiting for?

Normally, I don’t pass the stretch but instead, use the right most lane because I will be turning into the Race Course. However, the two times I passed by, the feeling is like riding one of those old train with metal track that makes the ride so bumpy and your teeth go ‘dit dit dit dit dit’.

Today, a guy on bike who was ahead of me almost fell. His walkie-talkie set dropped off from his pocket/bike and the thing almost went under my car. He was so panicky, he dropped his bike and rushed to the middle of the road, stopping my car to pick up the walkie-talkie set.

On my second trip, I have stopped at the traffic light on the right lane and took a video of the road.

*sends psychic waves to ‘Big Boss’ so that he can screws the people who have been sitting on this* MPPP is lucky I never tiu harsher because I am wary their big boss may be reading this.

With all the uneven road surface, sands and dust, someone is going to get killed if a bike skidded.




10 Responses to “MPPP – Do something quick before someone gets killed”

  1. exactly..this road and also the thean teik highway along chinese cemetary in farlim are in severe conditions!I feel as if im riding a horse whenever i pass by this road on my bike!..MPPP do ur job!!

  2. Still early to fix the road lah. Someone has to be killed first then only can fix the road. Barulah we call it Malaysian Style! Malaysian government has it own style of doing their job.

    1. Someone must die first.
    2. Must masuk berita on TV.
    3. YB has to start bising2.
    4. Then only fix the road.
    5. Masuk berita again telling that the road is fixed and telling how good the government is to finally fixed the road.

    LOLz. Malaysia BOLEH !!

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  3. Oh my God! Once when I was driving a little faster than usual on that lane, I almost had a heart attack because it felt like my car was breaking into pieces.

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  4. The Aminos – LOL, but I thought we all sudah ‘Just Change’ liao mah..so no need to wait for ‘most deserving tender’. N

    Holyboy27 – I don’t know why they have to take so long to do something about this lor. Really dangerous wor cos a main, straight road like this, easily some bikers can lose control of his bike if he wasn’t aware of it.

    sujend – I pass the Thean Theik Batu Lancang grave every day too. But the one at Scotland Road, the yellow stripes also go ‘kong kanggg kong kannggg kong kangggg’ because it is like the road sank or something and the yellow stripes become bumps.

  5. Election not yet coming, fix what road? :p

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  6. He is

  7. PenangBoy – That means I will see some work done really soon? Thank you…BTW, my son kena accident before at the junction but we can only blame ourselves cos he never listened to the father to be careful at that junction of Scotland Road and Jalan Batu Gantung as it always have lots of sands.

  8. If I’m not wrong, that exact spot of Scotland Road shown in the video is used to be known as a ‘dirty’ spot.

    Took two lives on consecutive nights once! Both victims of the two separate accidents crashing onto the very same tree planted on the road divider! (Ayo! Does this means you were just next to that said tree filming this video?)

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  9. According to KwongWah news, they already work on it: http://www.kwongwah.com.my/news/2009/05/21/90.html

  10. CaseyK – I know ark…I blogged about it already. Thanks to me. Woohoo!