Before the new LRT linking Shah Alam to the major mass transport rail systems in the Klang Valley, netizens observed that there is currently only 1 KTM station opened for the residents in the area.
Shah Alam’s lack of public transport
The netizen went on stating that Shah Alam is the home for some of the wealthier but more conservative Malay people. Regardless, the residential area is quite far from Kuala Lumpur, and students who are studying there would have problems accessing the city.
Others claimed that having MRT/LRT stations in the residential area would give potential for property values to rise even further. Another netizen claimed that when the LRT 3 was being built, a lot of the area’s residents were vehemently against the development running through their area.
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