2017年1月12日星期四

唐人坡路不平积水 车过水溅.影响市容

唐人坡路不平积水 车过水溅.影响市容



翁秀秀(左)向唐人坡商家洪秀英了解情况。

唐人坡路面不平,每逢雨天引发积水问题,造成商民诸多不便。

瓜登市议员翁秀秀接获商家投诉,尤其是针对牌楼附近一带的路面情况,除了车辆驶过道致积水四溅,亦影响市容。

她说,唐人坡牌楼下的道路欠平坦,每逢下雨便出现积水问题,附近一带商家对此不满。

她说,每逢下雨道路便积水,引致很多不便,也让唐人坡看起来显得邋遢、不干净。

工程公司应承担责任

“我二度亲往现场视察,实地了解状况和寻求解决方案。”

她说,经过向瓜登市长反映,并由市议会和相关承包商商讨对策,得出先前的工程公司应承担起有关社会责任的结论。

“承包商负责修复凹凸不平的路面部分,我对于他们的专业和职业道德感到欣慰。”

她认为,相关承包商愿承担责任,是社会应有的一种道德意识形态,也是对社会作出贡献。

她希望众人能有效推行类似社会责任,让整个市区更趋完善。

~以上新闻转自中国报~

2017年1月5日星期四

路面淹水.禁车通行 登3县8道路关闭

路面淹水.禁车通行 登3县8道路关闭

登州3县8条道路因路面淹水,今早开始被迫关闭。

登州天灾管理委员会秘书仄阿当说,乌鲁登嘉楼县共有4条道路自今早10时开始禁止车辆通行,包括阿灵路(Jalan Aring)往瓜拉遮尼利(Kuala Jeneris)水高0.5公尺、甘榜哥巴的打巴路水高0.5公尺、马当路往瓜拉德乐孟水高0.7公尺、瓜拉布依(Kuala Pueh)往打巴、峇央卡佑、峇翁及瓜拉冰(Kuala Ping)路段水高0.8公尺。

“至于武吉柏拉(Bukit Perah)往瓜拉葛吉(Kuala Kejir)的路段也因水高0.5公尺,暂时禁止轻型交通工具通行。”

马樟、马江下午退水

他说,士兆县有2条道路也禁止轻型车辆通车,包括孟卡兰墨保往柏龙(Pelong)水高0.8公尺,已于今早9时30分关闭、武吉布特的查乐路往德拉加巴班水高0.6公尺,自今早11时关闭。

“通往乌鲁勿述的主要道路,即日底往巴昔阿卡及可鲁亚(Keruak)的道路水高0.5公尺,自中午时段开始禁止轻型车辆通车。”

仄阿当也是登州民防队主任,促请民众须使用交替道路前往目的地。

他说,通往彭州及丹州的主要道路,目前还可以通车,包括使用东海岸大道及第2东海岸大道。

“马樟、马江的部分沿海道路今早淹水,但下午时段已迅速退水。”

~以上新闻转自中国报~

2016年12月31日星期六

路面淹水.禁车通行 登3县8道路关闭

路面淹水.禁车通行 登3县8道路关闭

登州3县8条道路因路面淹水,今早开始被迫关闭。

登州天灾管理委员会秘书仄阿当说,乌鲁登嘉楼县共有4条道路自今早10时开始禁止车辆通行,包括阿灵路(Jalan Aring)往瓜拉遮尼利(Kuala Jeneris)水高0.5公尺、甘榜哥巴的打巴路水高0.5公尺、马当路往瓜拉德乐孟水高0.7公尺、瓜拉布依(Kuala Pueh)往打巴、峇央卡佑、峇翁及瓜拉冰(Kuala Ping)路段水高0.8公尺。

“至于武吉柏拉(Bukit Perah)往瓜拉葛吉(Kuala Kejir)的路段也因水高0.5公尺,暂时禁止轻型交通工具通行。”

马樟、马江下午退水

他说,士兆县有2条道路也禁止轻型车辆通车,包括孟卡兰墨保往柏龙(Pelong)水高0.8公尺,已于今早9时30分关闭、武吉布特的查乐路往德拉加巴班水高0.6公尺,自今早11时关闭。

“通往乌鲁勿述的主要道路,即日底往巴昔阿卡及可鲁亚(Keruak)的道路水高0.5公尺,自中午时段开始禁止轻型车辆通车。”

仄阿当也是登州民防队主任,促请民众须使用交替道路前往目的地。

他说,通往彭州及丹州的主要道路,目前还可以通车,包括使用东海岸大道及第2东海岸大道。

“马樟、马江的部分沿海道路今早淹水,但下午时段已迅速退水。”

~以上新闻转自中国报~

2016年12月27日星期二

Visit Terengganu 2017 登嘉楼旅游年


Get ready for a wet, wet new year

Get ready for a wet, wet new year

Downpours and intermittent showers around the country are expected to persist until the end of the year causing floods especially in the east coast states.

The Meteorological Department issued a heavy rain warning for Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan with Maran, Bera, Rompin, Pekan, Kuantan and Jerantut in Pahang, and Terengganu likely to experience moderate intermittent showers until Wednesday during the mid north-east monsoon season.

“The heavy rain warning (Orange Stage) issued at 10.15pm on Dec 25 is still valid,” it said in a Facebook posting yesterday.

It said Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya were set to experience isolated rain until the new year mostly in the afternoon and evening.

Terengganu was on high alert between Dec 13 and Dec 22 following an earlier forecast of heavy rains and high tides of up to 3.5m in Kemaman.

The first wave of floods in several states in the peninsula had receded, but the wet weather due to the North-East monsoon will persist for those living in the east coast.

Early this year, authorities were pre-occupied with the big clean-up following the big floods that swamped many states, especially in the east coast.

Torrential rain which lasted for days caused several main rivers such as Sungai Galas, Sungai Lebir, Sungai Nenggiri and Sungai Kelantan to burst their banks, submerging almost all of the state’s districts.

Statistics from the Kelantan National Security Council showed that over 170,000 families were relocated to 170 relief centres at the height of the floods.

Kuala Krai was among the worst hit districts with 16,734 families reportedly affected.

This year, the authorities are already on standby while flood simulation exercises have been carried out with the Fire and Rescue Department as part of preparation to face the rainy season.

Science, Technology and Inno­vation Minister Datuk Seri Madius Tangau had said Kelantan, Tereng­ganu, Pahang and eastern Johor were expected to get more than 500mm of rainfall this month.

Heavy rain is expected over Kelantan beginning yesterday until Wednesday.

Johor and Sarawak (Kuching, Samarahan, Serian, Sri Aman, Betong, Sarikei, Sibu, Mukah and Bintulu divisions) can also expect heavy downpours from Wednesday until Friday.

Updates on the weather conditions are available on MetMalaysia’s website at www.met.gov.my, myCuaca mobile application, Facebook malaysiamet, Twitter @malaysianmet or MetMalaysia Hotline 1-300-22-1638.

~News courtesy of The Star~

2016年12月20日星期二

AirAsia to deploy 84 more flights this CNY

AirAsia to deploy 84 more flights this CNY

There’s good news for travellers with more flights servicing selected domestic and international routes ahead of the Chinese New Year festive period.

AirAsia Berhad will deploy an additional 84 flights from Jan 25 to Feb 1.

“We would like to encourage travellers to book their flights early for the upcoming festive season,” said AirAsia’s head of commercial Spencer Lee in a statement.

“These flights will have an added capacity of 15,000 seats to facilitate the high demand of air travel during that period.”

Among the routes are from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, Penang, Sibu and Tawau, as well as from Penang to Singapore and from Johor Baru to Miri and Sibu.

“Whether it’s a family reunion or a quick getaway, we hope that these additional flights with everyday low fares will help everyone to have a memorable Chinese New Year celebration,” Lee added.

Travellers are advised to book their flights early at airasia.com or through the airline’s mobile app on the iPhone and android devices. For more information, follow AirAsia on Twitter (twitter.com/AirAsia) and Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsia).

~News courtesy of The Star~