North-South Expressway Central Link


North-South Expressway Central Link

Malaysian_expressway_routebox
E--=MES-E|6
E6
Highway concessionaire's
PLUS Expressway Berhad
Expressway Lingkaran Tengah Sdn Bhd
(ELITE)

length-km=60
direction=NorthSouth
start= Shah Alam, Selangor
destinations= Batu Tiga
UEP Subang Jaya
Hicom
Puchong
Bandar Saujana Putra
Putrajaya
Cyberjaya
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Airport sign
Nilai
end=Nilai North, Negeri Sembilan
starting-date= 1994
completion-date= 1996
interchanges= MES-E|35 Guthrie Corridor Expressway
MES-E|1New Klang Valley Expressway
MES-E|5Shah Alam Expressway
MES-E|11Damansara-Puchong Expressway
MES-E|6 Putrajaya Link
MES-E|6 JKR|26KLIA Expressway
MES-E|2 AHN-AH|2North-South Expressway Southern route
Asian Highway Network=none
Development Cost=
Number of lanes=6 lanes
Interchanges=8
Toll plazas=6
Layby=none
Rest and Service Area=3
Overhead Bridge Restaurant=1
Vista Point=none
Highway tunnels=none
Type of roads=Tarmac
Toll systems=Closed toll system

North South Expressway Central Link, NSECL MES-E|6, ( _ms. Lebuhraya Utara Selatan Hubungan Tengah) also known as ELITE Highway, is the main expressway in Malaysia. The 60 km (37.3 miles) of the expressway starts from Shah Alam Interchange JKR|EXIT 601 until Nilai North Interchange JKR|EXIT 612. This expressway is still within the North South Expressway network.

History

The purpose to build the North-South Expressway bypass from Kuala Lumpur had begun in 1992. The construction started in 1994 and was completed in 1996. In 1997, all of the sections in the North-South Expressway Central Link and KLIA Expressway was opened to traffic. While the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) was opened on 27 June 1998 it became a busing traffic flowing from north to south especially Kuala Lumpur. The Putrajaya Link which was connected to Putrajaya was opened in 2000. On 1 September 2003, The company Expressway Lingkaran Tengah Sdn Bhd, (ELITE) was now a member of PLUS Expressway Berhad.

The Expressway is divided into three sections as follows :

*Section 1 of the Expressway, which extends from the Shah Alam Interchange (NKVE) to the USJ (Hicom East) Interchange, inclusive of the ramps in (Ebor North) and out (Ebor South) connecting the Expressway to the Jalan Subang-Batu Tiga JKR|B9.

*Section 2 which extends from just South of the USJ Interchange to the Nilai (North) Interchange and includes that part of the KLIA Expressway up to the bridge crossing Sg. Langat.

*Section 3 includes Putrajaya Interchange, Bandar Baru Nilai Interchange, Salak Tinggi Interchange and the -2.74 km continuation of the KLIA Expressway (KLIA Expressway Extension) JKR|26, just south of Sg. Langat up to the boundary of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

Features

Main features

*Closed toll system (refer to PLUS)
*Batu Tiga flyover longest in NSE network.
*Act as bypass from bustling Kuala Lumpur travelling from north to south and vice versa.
*Smooth access to KLIA
*ELITE Speedway in USJ Layby is the first highway go-kart circuit in Malaysia

Infobox Bridge in Malaysia
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bridge_name=Batu Tiga flyover
official_name=Batu Tiga flyover
malay_name=Jejambat Batu Tiga
locale=North-South Expressway Central Link
carries=Motor vehicles
crosses=Section 13, Shah Alam,
Batu Tiga,
Federal Highway
Damansara River
mainspan=--
length=2 km
width=--
open=1996
maintained by=PLUS Expressway Berhad
Expressway Lingkaran Tengah Sdn Bhd (ELITE)
design=box girder bridge
designer=Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM)
United Engineers Malaysia Berhad (UEM)
construction=United Engineers Malaysia Berhad (UEM)

Batu Tiga flyover

The Batu Tiga flyover is the longest flyover in the North-South Expressway network. The 2 km flyover connects Shah Alam Interchange in the north until Ebor Interchange in the south.

List of Interchanges, and Rest and Service Areas.

External links

* [http://www.plus.com.my PLUS Expressway Berhad]
* [http://www.plus.com.my/elite/index.asp ELITE]
* [http://www.llmnet.gov.my Malaysian Highway Authority]


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