According to complaints on Twitter, there are also limited options for pedestrians to navigate the area.
Uneven walkways and pothole ridden roads alongside the road towards the Phileo Damansara MRT station have become a bane to pedestrians.
Twitter user @mhs95 is of the opinion that the walkway is not pedestrian friendly and is especially dangerous due to the roads and the amount of cars that pass by the area.
She also expressed frustrations regarding the surrounding office complex, adding that there was a lack of regard for pedestrians which in return causes an inconvenience towards Phileo Damansara staff, especially those in Phileo II.
According to her tweets, there are also limited options for pedestrians to navigate the area.
These options include a dangerous road, an indirect path (“jalan tikus”), or climbing up and down the pathways between the Phileo I and Eastin buildings.
The user proposed several solutions to improve the situations that the ministry in concern could look into.
My propositions should be an “Utamakan Pejalan Kaki” signage dekat simpang depan CP Tower before going into Phileo 1 basement parking and a bump and a pedestrian crossing at the same spot. I also wanted the jalan tikus to be closed off but i realised that cars are coming out from the parking and use it to get to the main road.@mhs95 via Twitter
Sharing similar frustrations with her, Twitter user @boujiemonji referred to the particular station as “the worst one”.
He noted that while there were many offices around the area, there has been zero integration regarding the issue.
Another Twitter user @yk2maya pointed out a sad fact, saying that Malaysia has a tendency not to take into factors such as accessibility and safety while building MRT and LRT stations.
On the other hand, Twitter user @syhmihirn expressed his sympathies for those working at Phileo Damansara.
He added that these people would have to go through endless struggles just to reach their transportation.
He also noted that it was disheartening to see that despite more than a year passing, no action has been taken to address the issue.