Kajang Accessibility

Kajang are surrounded by four major highways:

SILK - Kajang Dispersal Link Expressway
Lekas - Lebuhraya Kajang–Seremban or Kajang–Seremban Highway
SKVE - Southern Klang Valley Expressway
CKE - Cheras–Kajang Expressway

Connected to various highway
LDP - Lebuhraya Damansara Puchong
NSE - North South Expressway
EKVE - East Klang Valley Expressway (coming soon)

SILK, more popularly known as KAJANG SILK Highway was incorporated in Malaysia on 20 December 1995. SILK is a single purpose company that holds the concession granted by the Government of Malaysia to design, construct, operate and maintain the 37km KAJANG SILK Highway.

The KAJANG SILK Highway is one of the Government of Malaysia urban Toll Highway project designed to alleviate the daily traffic congestion in the densely populated Kajang area and its vicinity.

KAJANG SILK Highway directly connects to the following major highways:

  • KL-Seremban Highway (NSE)

  • Sungai Besi Highway (BESRAYA)

  • Cheras-Kajang Highway (Grand Saga)

  • Kajang-Seremban Highway (LEKAS)

  • South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE)

KAJANG SILK Highway, not only reduce traveling time for traffic between North and South of Kajang but also, makes to and from Kuala Lumpur, Cheras, Sg. Long and Balakong, Putrajaya, Semenyih, Bangi, KL International Airport and Seremban most convenient.

The Phase 1 East Klang Valley Expressway is a new expressway under construction in Klang Valley, Malaysia. The 39.5km expressway will connect to Ukay Perdana in Ampang, Selangor from Bandar Sungai Long in Kajang. This expressway is part of the Kuala Lumpur Outer Ring Road (KLORR). 

Phase 2 will be further expand to Karak highway. However phase 2 alignment still under proposing stage due to environment concern.

It will greatly shorten the travel time to KL City Center and Genting Highland when Phase 1&2 Completed!

The South Klang Valley Expressway is an expressway in the southern part of Klang Valley, Malaysia’ most densely populated region. This is a 51.7KM dual-carriageway provides links to the booming towns in southern Klang Valley, including the country’s administrative capital, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya, Teluk Panglima Garang, Pulau Carey and to Westport at Pulau Indah, the main container port for Malaysia

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