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[Watch] Big Speed Bump In Shah Alam Sends Cars ‘Flying’

[Watch] Big Speed Bump In Shah Alam Sends Cars ‘Flying’

The new speed bump was installed in front of Unisel at Persiaran Arshad Ayub in Seksyen 7, Shah Alam.

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A recent speed bump or speed table in front of Unisel Shah Alam in Seksyen 7, Shah Alam has been the talk of the town these past few days.

In several videos posted by a Twitter account, @adiehussin94, the new speed bump caught most drivers by surprise. Cars were seen ‘flying‘ as they drove over it. But, is it because they were driving fast or the speedbump was not visible from a distance?

He claims that there were no yellow lines to warn the incoming drivers of the new speed bump.

Some even reported scraping their bumpers after driving past the bump. Most drivers didn’t notice the new speed bump causing them to ‘fly’ or skid.

Some even reported minor accidents and had to park their car at the side of the road on the night of 11 December. Voluntary road users had to literally warn new users heading that way of the high bumper with their flashlights.

The bump is done properly

Following the viral videos on social media, two things were visible: there was a speedbump sign by the side of the road and yellow lines or ‘speedbreakers’ painted on the road before the bump.

Some pointed out that the bump was actually installed properly with a warning sign.

They say that it is up to road users to heed the warning and follow the speed limit as that is a place where university students walk.

MBSA to fix the bump after a visit from Najwan Halimi

Following several complaints made to Kota Anggerik assemblyman Najmi Halimi, he informed on social media that he had reported the matter to the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA).

He then visited the place yesterday morning and reported that the MBSA has deployed several workers there to warn oncoming drivers of the speed bump while repair works are underway.

There was supposed to be a bridge instead of a bumper

According to Najmi Halimi, it is understood that the bump was built there following the death of a Universiti Selangor (UNISEL) student in May 2019. The 24-year-old student, Saidatul Ain Nabila Rosli died at the scene on that particular road after being hit by a fast oncoming car.

After that, it was said that there was an allocation to build a pedestrian overpass or footbridge at the scene so students could cross the roads safely.

The budget, around one million ringgit, was approved by the MBSA three years ago but the project still hasn’t started.

It is also understood that a hump has been built since two days ago to replace the overpass that was supposed to be built in 2020.

Road users are advised to be careful around the speed bump in that particular area.

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