Seri Bakti Bridge

November 3, 2009 at 5:48 am Leave a comment

The Seri Bakti is one of the main bridges spanning the protocol route. The bridge links the secondary road to the Deputy Prime Minister’s Residence, connecting the Government Precinct in the north to Precinct 16 in the south.

Along the bridge, there are numerous planter boxes of colourful flowering plants, while the central meridian is lined with carefully selected plants aimed at reducing the glare of headlights from oncoming traffics at night. Articulate railings and lamp posts lined the entire stretch of the bridge and minaret-type pavilions with observation decks are constructed at each pier.

Seri Bakti Bridge

Seri Bakti Bridge

The concept design was developed from several shorter spans, with a precast pretension “Super-T” beam slab deck with spans up to 35m. The total structure length is 270m. There are dual two lane carriageways, 2m median, walkway and cycle track.

Getting there:

By Bus
Parkmay (Cityliner No. 868)
Route : Sinar Kota-Komuter Serdang-Putrajaya-Cyberjaya
Frequency : 20 minutes interval

Sepang Omnibus (No. 536B)
Route : Sepang-Banting-Dengkil-Cyberjaya-Putrajaya
Frequency : Every 3 hours;

Kenderaan Kelang-Banting (No.131)
Route : Kelang-Banting-Dengkil-Cyberjaya-Putrajaya
Frequency : Every 2 hours

Sum Omnibus (No. 186)
Route : Kajang Terminal Bus-UNITEN-Putrajaya-Cyberjaya
Frequency : Every 1-2 hours
By Rail
Express Rail Link (ERL)
Route : KL Sentral/Bandar Tasik Putrajaya/Cyberjaya/Salak Tinggi/KLIA
Frequency : every half an hour (peak hours)
every hour (off peak hours)

(Putrajaya Internal Nadi Putra bus services are available at 50 sen per ride)


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