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Peta Kajang

PANDUAN: E2: Lebuhraya PLUS   E7: Lebuhraya Cheras-Kajang   E18: Lebuhraya KAJANG SILK

Kajang dikelilingi oleh Sistem Lingkaran Lebuhraya Kajang (SILK). Perhatikan Lebuhraya SILK pada peta Kajang di atas. Lebuhraya tersebut membentuk cincin atau bulatan. Jadi, kekeliruan boleh berlaku kerana Kajang terletak di pusat bulatan dan signage bertulis 'Kajang atau Semenyih' ada di mana-mana. Ini kerana anda sebenarnya boleh tembus ke Kajang dari mana-mana exit. Jika selalu timbul kekeliruan pada laluan exit di Kajang SILK, anda akan suffer membayar tol RM1.00 untuk berpatah balik atau berpusing-pusing, padahal laluan itu sebenarnya sudah betul, cuma belum biasa.

Peta Kajang daripada Google Earth
Kawasan dan lokasi tumpuan di bandar Kajang dilihat melalui Google Earth (Jun 2011). Bandingkan gambar di atas dengan peta Kajang di bawah yang di ambil menggunakan aplikasi Google Map.
Peta Kajang di atas menunjukkan tempat-tempat tumpuan di Kajang termasuklah Sate Kajang Hj. Samuri, Plaza Metro Kajang, KFC& Pizza Hut, Stesen Komuter dan tempat-tempat lain yang penting di bandar Kajang.
 

1) Daripada Lebuhraya PLUS Seremban-KL (E2):

 

Lihat semula peta Kajang yang pertama di atas. Untuk ke Kajang, jalan paling senang ialah mengikut KAJANG SILK Highway, perjalanan cepat dan kurang sesak dan tak banyak lampu isyarat nak ditempuh, cuma agak jauh sedikit perjalanan tu. Jika berani, anda juga boleh exit di Plaza Tol Bangi dan ada pelbagai hala untuk tembus ke Kajang.

Plaza Tol Kajang

Ok, sebaik saja masuk ke Tol Kajang, cuba tanya jurutol, jalan mana nak tuju jika nak masuk SILK Highway  sebab jalan selepas plaza tol Kajang tu bercabang dua. Jika malu, senang cerita ambil laluan kiri sahaja (signage akan tulis Semenyih/Kajang) dan ikut jalan itu. Anda akan tembus SILK Highway.

 

KAJANG SILK HIGHWAY....Apabila dah masuk Kajang SILK Highway, jalan terus sahaja. Dalam satu km selepas itu, anda akan melepasi dua jejantas pejalan kaki di atas lebuhraya ini. Inilah kawasan Sg. Ramal. Di sini, terdapat 2 pilihan - 2 jalan untuk ke bandar dan  satu lagi jalan untuk buat pusingan U dan balik semula ke Tol Kajang.

 

Lihat pada gambar di sebelah (ihsan The Star). Jika ikut Exit 1807, anda boleh ke Sg. Ramal Luar, Kajang (lalu jalan lama), Saujana Impian dan U-turn untuk kembali ke Putrajaya, Seri Kembangan, Serdang atau Puchong. Sementara kalau ambil jalan kanan, anda boleh pergi ke Sg. Long (sebenarnya ikut Exit 1807 lagi dekat), Semenyih dan Kajang.

 

Dapat dilihat juga di kanan gambar ini lebuhraya bertingkat yang menunjukkan kenderaan yang datang dari Sg. Ramal Luar dan masuk ke Lebuhraya Kajang SILK.

 Untuk ke Kajang:

  • Laluan 1: Teruskan perjalanan (lihat signage diatas Kajang SILK) menghala ke Semenyih untuk ke  Plaza Tol Sungai Ramal (Tol RM1.00).  Liha peta Kajang - Plaza tol Sg. Ramal berhampiran Pusat Perindustrian Sg. Chua (E8).

  • Laluan 2: Susur keluar ke kiri untuk melalui Sg. Ramal Luar dan terus ke bandar Kajang (jalan ini tiada tol).

Plaza tol Sg. Ramal Plaza Tol Sg. Ramal di lebuhraya Kajang SILK. Sebelah kirinya ialah kawasan Perindustrian Sg. Chua, manakala di sebelah kanannya pula ialah Taman Semarak, Kajang dan juga Sg. Chua.

Lebuhraya SILK membelah kawasan Sg. Chua Kajang kepada dua bahagian (kiri dan kanan lebuhraya ini) menjadikan pengguna baru boleh terkeliru dengan signage yang ada di sepanjang lebuhraya ini menuju ke Kajang/Semenyih.

Jika ambil laluan 1:

 

Dari Plaza Tol Sg. Ramal, teruskan perjalanan sejauh 2 km dan anda akan jumpa signnage Jalan Bukit. Sila masuk ke Jalan Bukit dan teruskan perjalanan (anda akan lalu Stesen Komuter Kajang, Sekolah Jalan Bukit dan Kolej New Era) hingga sampai ke satu lampu isyarat berdekatan gereja. Ya, anda sebenarnya sudahpun sampai bandar Kajang .

 

Jika ambil laluan 2:

 

Laluan ini adalah jalan pintas ke bandar Kajang melalui   Sg. Ramal Luar dan pekan Sg. Chua. Jadi, selepas menyusur ke kiri, teruskan perjalanan dalam 1-2 km dan sila ambil susur keluar ke Sg. Chua (jangan sampai terlajak).

 

Anda akan bertemu dengan persimpangan bertingkat lampu isyarat. Belok ke kanan dan teruskan perjalanan sehingga menemui simpang tiga lampu isyarat untuk masuk ke Sg. Chua. Jangan berhenti di sini, sebaliknya teruskan perjalanan (1 km) sehingga ke persimpangan lampu isyarat pertama anda di Bandar Kajang.

 

2) Daripada Lebuhraya Cheras-Kajang (E2):

 

Anda masuk ke Lebuhraya Cheras-Kajang sehingga melepasi Tol Grand Saga sebanyak 2 kali. Tol terakhir ditandakan sebagai E7 (lihat peta Kajang di atas). Jalan terus dan apabila anda nampak bangunan TESCO daripada jauh, ambil susur keluar kekiri dan berhenti di bawah persimpangan bertingkat lampu isyarat. Belok ke kanan dan teruskan perjalanan sehingga menemui lampu isyarat berdekatan Masjid Jamek Kajang. Anda telahpun berada di dalam Bandar Kajang.

Peta Kajang di atas menunjukkan beberapa exit atau susur keluar ke beberapa bandar Kajang dan lokasi penting lain termasuk kawasan Taman Kajang Utama dan Taman Kajang Sentral - kedudukan bertentangan dan terbelah dua oleh Kajang SILK Highway. Exit 1 dan Exit 2 membolehkan anda terus ke Bandar Kajang. Exit 3 untuk ke Tmn. Kajang Sentral manakala Exit 4 untuk ke Tmn. Kajang Utama. Dari Plaza Tol Sg. Ramal untuk ke Tmn. Kajang Utama, anda perlu jalan terus l/k sejauh 4 kilometer menuju ke Semenyih, buat U-Turn sebelum Plaza Tol Bukit Kajang dan masuk Exit 4. Lihat roadmap Kajang SILK di bawah untuk mengetahui senarai Plaza Tol dan persimpangan di sepanjang laluan Kajang SILK.

SILK roadmap dalam peta Kajang

Peta Kajang adalah berasaskan sumber Google Map manakala Lebuhraya SILK bersumberkan Kajang SILK Highway. Peta Kajang telah disunting untuk memberi maklumat yang lebih jelas mengenai kawasan Kajang. Peta ini adalah sebagai panduan sahaja dan adalah tertakluk kepada perubahan oleh Google Map.

 

 
FACT SHEET  - TRAVELER'S GUIDE

Use GPS to Help You Travel to Kajang.

By: Garmin

What is GPS? The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system made up of a network of 24 satellites placed into orbit by the U.S. Department of Defense. GPS was originally intended for military applications, but in the 1980s, the government made the system available for civilian use. GPS works in any weather conditions, anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day. There are no subscription fees or setup charges to use GPS.

How it Works? GPS satellites circle the earth twice a day in a very precise orbit and transmit signal information to earth. GPS receivers take this information and use triangulation to calculate the user's exact location. Essentially, the GPS receiver compares the time a signal was transmitted by a satellite with the time it was received. The time difference tells the GPS receiver how far away the satellite is. Now, with distance measurements from a few more satellites, the receiver can determine the user's position and display it on the unit's electronic map.

A GPS receiver must be locked on to the signal of at least three satellites to calculate a 2D position (latitude and longitude) and track movement. With four or more satellites in view, the receiver can determine the user's 3D position (latitude, longitude and altitude). Once the user's position has been determined, the GPS unit can calculate other information, such as speed, bearing, track, trip distance, distance to destination, sunrise and sunset time and more.

How Accurate is GPS? Today's GPS receivers are extremely accurate, thanks to their parallel multi-channel design. Garmin's 12 parallel channel receivers are quick to lock onto satellites when first turned on and they maintain strong locks, even in dense foliage or urban settings with tall buildings. Certain atmospheric factors and other sources of error can affect the accuracy of GPS receivers. Garmin® GPS receivers are accurate to within 15 meters on average.

Newer Garmin GPS receivers with WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) capability can improve accuracy to less than three meters on average. No additional equipment or fees are required to take advantage of WAAS. Users can also get better accuracy with Differential GPS (DGPS), which corrects GPS signals to within an average of three to five meters. The U.S. Coast Guard operates the most common DGPS correction service. This system consists of a network of towers that receive GPS signals and transmit a corrected signal by beacon transmitters. In order to get the corrected signal, users must have a differential beacon receiver and beacon antenna in addition to their GPS.

GPS Satellite System. The 24 satellites that make up the GPS space segment are orbiting the earth about 12,000 miles above us. They are constantly moving, making two complete orbits in less than 24 hours. These satellites are travelling at speeds of roughly 7,000 miles an hour. GPS satellites are powered by solar energy. They have backup batteries onboard to keep them running in the event of a solar eclipse, when there's no solar power. Small rocket boosters on each satellite keep them flying in the correct path.

What's the Signal? GPS satellites transmit two low power radio signals, designated L1 and L2. Civilian GPS uses the L1 frequency of 1575.42 MHz in the UHF band. The signals travel by line of sight, meaning they will pass through clouds, glass and plastic but will not go through most solid objects such as buildings and mountains. A GPS signal contains three different bits of information - a pseudorandom code, ephemeris data and almanac data. The pseudorandom code is simply an I.D. code that identifies which satellite is transmitting information. You can view this number on your Garmin GPS unit's satellite page, as it identifies which satellites it's receiving. Ephemeris data, which is constantly transmitted by each satellite, contains important information about the status of the satellite (healthy or unhealthy), current date and time. This part of the signal is essential for determining a position. The almanac data tells the GPS receiver where each GPS satellite should be at any time throughout the day. Each satellite transmits almanac data showing the orbital information for that satellite and for every other satellite in the system.

Sources of GPS Signal Errors.

Factors that can degrade the GPS signal and thus affect accuracy include the following:
  • Ionosphere and troposphere delays - The satellite signal slows as it passes through the atmosphere. The GPS system uses a built-in model that calculates an average amount of delay to partially correct for this type of error.
  • Signal multipath - This occurs when the GPS signal is reflected off objects such as tall buildings or large rock surfaces before it reaches the receiver. This increases the travel time of the signal, thereby causing errors.
  • Receiver clock errors - A receiver's built-in clock is not as accurate as the atomic clocks onboard the GPS satellites. Therefore, it may have very slight timing errors.
  • Orbital errors - Also known as ephemeris errors, these are inaccuracies of the satellite's reported location.
  • Number of satellites visible - The more satellites a GPS receiver can "see," the better the accuracy. Buildings, terrain, electronic interference, or sometimes even dense foliage can block signal reception, causing position errors or possibly no position reading at all. GPS units typically will not work indoors, underwater or underground.
  • Satellite geometry/shading - This refers to the relative position of the satellites at any given time. Ideal satellite geometry exists when the satellites are located at wide angles relative to each other. Poor geometry results when the satellites are located in a line or in a tight grouping.
  • Intentional degradation of the satellite signal - Selective Availability (SA) is an intentional degradation of the signal once imposed by the U.S. Department of Defense. SA was intended to prevent military adversaries from using the highly accurate GPS signals. The government turned off SA in May 2000, which significantly improved the accuracy of civilian GPS receivers.

APPLICATIONS - GPS has a variety of applications on land, at sea and in the air. Basically, GPS is usable everywhere except where it's impossible to receive the signal such as inside most buildings, in caves and other subterranean locations, and underwater. The most common airborne applications are for navigation by general aviation and commercial aircraft. At sea, GPS is also typically used for navigation by recreational boaters, commercial fishermen, and professional mariners. Land-based applications are more diverse. The scientific community uses GPS for its precision timing capability and position information.

 

Surveyors use GPS for an increasing portion of their work. GPS offers cost savings by drastically reducing setup time at the survey site and providing incredible accuracy. Basic survey units, costing thousands of dollars, can offer accuracies down to one meter. More expensive systems are available that can provide accuracies to within a centimeter.

 

Recreational uses of GPS are almost as varied as the number of recreational sports available. GPS is popular among hikers, hunters, snowmobilers, mountain bikers, and cross-country skiers, just to name a few. Anyone who needs to keep track of where he or she is, to find his or her way to a specified location, or know what direction and how fast he or she is going can utilize the benefits of the global positioning system.

GPS is now commonplace in automobiles as well. Some basic systems are in place and provide emergency roadside assistance at the push of a button (by transmitting your current position to a dispatch center). More sophisticated systems that show your position on a street map are also available. Currently these systems allow a driver to keep track of where he or she is and suggest the best route to follow to reach a designated location.

 

About Kajang SILK Highway

 

SILK Holdings Bhd (“SILK”) started as SILK Concessionaire Holdings Sdn Bhd on 14 October 1996. It owns and operates a 37 kilometer highway (216 lane kilometers) known as Kajang SILK Highway or Kajang Traffic Dispersal Ring Road (“the Highway ”). The Highway is connected to PLUS and SKVE to the west, BESRAYA and GRAND SAGA to the north and LEKAS to the south. With the full completion of LEKAS expected in mid 2010, the Highway will also provide linkage to Seremban and the south. Future linkages include connections to the expanded SKVE and KLORR which is expected to generate additional traffic volume. This asset is at present, held through its wholly owned subsidiary Sistem Lingkaran Lebuhraya Kajang Sdn Bhd (“KAJANG-SILK”), which holds the concession for a period of 36 years until 2037.

The company assumed its present name on 31 October 2008. It assumed its present structure after its successful regularisation scheme on 14 October 2009, involving the acquisition of AQL Aman Sdn Bhd (“AQL”), the holding company of the 70% owned Jasa Merin (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (“JM”), an offshore marine support services company. The Terengganu State Government hold the remaining 30% of JM via Terengganu Incorporated Sdn Bhd (“TI”).

JM was incorporated in December 1980 as Jackson Marine (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd. It commenced operations in October 1982. In 1986, the company name was subsequently changed to its present name. JM.s principal activity is the provision of offshore support vessels (“OSV”) services on long-term charters to oil majors such as Petronas Carigali, ExxonMobil, Murphy and Petrofac. As at 1 June 2010, it operates a fleet size of 12 vessels.

 

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Last Updated: 3 June 2011