Shah Alam Expressway

Shah Alam Expressway (SAE)

Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS) ​

Spanning a total length of 34.5km, the six-lane KESAS highway featuring 12 interchanges is one of the main arteries of the Klang Valley, connecting ports to the city centre and neighbouring state borders. Our expertise included design, construction, testing, commissioning and maintenance works.

Location

Malaysia

Year

1994 – 1996

The Shah Alam Expressway (SAE), also known as KESAS is a 34.5km, dual three-lane road with 12 interchanges and three toll plazas.

This road allowed several new townships to flourish, including Gamuda’s very own Kota Kemuning, a 740 hectare township, our maiden attempt into property development (and we have built many more since then).

The SAE links many areas in Greater Kuala Lumpur to Port Klang, Malaysia’s largest port (as well as the world’s 12th best container port). Port Klang is located approximately 25km southwest of Kuala Lumpur City Centre, and the opening of SAE has enabled the easy movement of freight in and out of Malaysia.

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