Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP)
Connecting two key satellite towns in the Klang Valley, Gamuda Berhad’s responsibilities in building the LDP included design, construction, testing, commissioning and maintenance works.
Spanning 40km, the highway has a total of 21 bridges and 19 interchanges.
The Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP) was Gamuda’s second foray into highway construction. Connecting two key satellite town in the Klang Valley, the LDP spanning 40km dual three-lane expressway with 19 interchanges, 21 bridges and four toll plazas.
LDP also saw the construction of the first cable-stayed land bridge in Malaysia. The three-level overpass spans 600m over the Federal Highway and remains an important landmark until today.
The 40km LDP connects major townships in Damansara and Puchong and provides better accessibility to these areas via links to other expressways in Klang Valley, such as the Federal Highway 2, the Puchong–Sungai Besi Highway, the New Pantai Expressway and the Sungai Buloh Highway. LDP is itself a huge part of the Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2 and is also connected with the SPRINT Expressway that Gamuda began building in 1999.