Modernizing KK City

• Jesselton Waterfront Project
• KK City Waterfront Development
• Sabah International Conference Centre
• KK City Cruise Terminal at Jesselton Point
• Pedestrian Walkway and Cycle way
• International Technology Convention Centre
• Sembulan River Beautification and Cleaning
• Extension of Entertainment Zone to New Areas
• Green City & Landscaping




Provision of safe pedestrian walkway & cycleway with total length of 24km from Tg. Aru to UMS passing through CBD and heritage sites i.e. Australian Place, Atkinson Tower.

To promote environment friendly living and the cultural heritage of Kota Kinabalu.

• Land availability for walkway & cycleway
• Underground utilities
• Congested traffic/bottleneck at Sinsuran and Kg. Air area.

Key outcome / benefit of this project
• Encourage recreational activities for local community and visitor
• Provide connectivity for local community and visitor from Tg. Aru to UMS, Likas via CBD
• Promote a healthy lifestyle for the community
• To make the city a safer place  

Enablers Required to make it happen
• To improve the main infrastructure to support this new development .
• Practical traffic system without sacrificing Project Land area.

Walkway from Tanjung Aru to Likas

Cycle Path
RM38mil pedestrian walkway
Financed by the Federal Government

Stretching across a distance of 25.6km from the scenic seaside town of Tanjung Aru to the city’s bustling Central Business District and ending at Universiti Malaysia Sabah in Likas.

Once completed, the facility – which will include a 17km cycle path – will have, among others,
1) A bicycle shared path,
2) Covered bicycle parks,
3) Children playground,
4) Benches,
5) Public toilets,
6) Showers and lockers.

Financed by the Federal government through the Sabah Economic Development and Investment Authority (Sedia).

A RM38 million pedestrian cum cycle path stretching 23.5km from Tanjung Aru to Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) is constructed as part of the Kota Kinabalu City's Environment Project.

The project, aimed at making KK city a comfortable place for visitors, was funded by the Federal Government through the Sabah Economic Development and Investment Authority (Sedia).

Construction began middle of 2012

The project will be divided into 4 parcels :

Parcel 1 - Parcel One being a 5.2km long cycle-way from Sabah Port to Likas Bay. The Parcel One, which will take about 12 months to complete, will include a bicycle shared path, bridge, covered bicycle parking, lighting and signage, children playground, benches, rubbish bin, transit seating and bicycle rack.

Parcel 2 - Parcel Two will entail a 12.6km route stretching from Tanjung Aru to Sembulan and Parcel Three, a 4.5km route within the city's Central Business District.

Parcel 3 - Upon completion, Parcel Three will also have amenities such as public toilet, shower, lockers and barriers.

Parcel 4 - And Parcel Four will be a 3km route ending at Tun Mustapha Building or UMS.


INDEX : Kota Kinabalu  May 14, 2014 10:32:09 AM

web log free