DASH to Improve Traffic Up to 40%

The newly opened Damansara-Shah Alam (Dash) expressway is expected to smoothen traffic congestion by up to 40% along its many interchanges that line its 50-plus km effective length. Connecting Puncak Perdana to Penchala, DASH is expected to greatly ease traffic congestion in many areas as it will feature 13 interchanges connecting commuters with the LDP, Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), Penchala Link and the SPRINT Expressway.

The 13 interchanges on the DASH are Puncak Perdana, Alam Suria, Denai Alam, Kampung Melayu Subang, Pinggiran Subang, Subang 2, Subang Airport, RRIM (Kwasa Damansara) interchange, Surian interchange, Section 5-Kota Damansara interchange, Sunway Damansara interchange, Damansara Perdana Interchange and Penchala Interchange.

At the official opening of DASH, Projek Lintasan Kota Holdings (Prolintas) group chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Azlan Abdullah stated that the travel time between both ends of the expressway to take just half an hour, a massive reduction from the 90 minutes required using existing routes.  He also said that DASH is expected to help smoothen traffic along Persiaran Mokhtar Dahari by 39%, Jalan Sungai Buloh by 39% and Persiaran Surian by 43%.

One of the major beneficiaries of the opening of this RM42 billion expressway is HCK Tower, located at the heart of Damansara Perdana. Given its strategic location within a matured and affluent neighbourhood, traffic congestion has been slowly building up post-MCO, especially during peak hours. The opening of DASH is expected to greatly improve accessibility for HCK Tower tenants.

HCK Tower offers ultra-modern office and lifestyle spaces designed to meet the demands of the corporate executive on the move. News of DASH opening, coupled with a limited-time toll free usage, will surely appeal to that demographic who value time-saving and convenient access to a multitude of destinations.

For more information on HCK Tower, please contact: +603-7968 8668 / +603-7968 8888 / Email: enquiry@hckcapital.com.


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