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In feedback received from JKSB on February 7, 2018, the company wholly owned by the Ministry of Finance Incorporated told the A-G among other things that the rest and relaxation area due to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2018 is expected to gradually increase traffic at the second Penang Bridge.
Citing a 2017-2053 projection by Ikram Premier Consulting Sdn Bhd, who was appointed by JKSB in March 2017, the A-G report said the second Penang Bridge is projected to grow from 20,970 daily traffic volume in 2017 to 101,506 in 2026, and to have toll collections grow from RM35.90 million to RM171.70 million in the same 10-year period.
The report found that JKSB had taken action on 85.5 per cent, or 14,414 out of the 16,885 defects identified as of July 2017, with 2,441 defects unrectified.
In JKSB's feedback to the A-G on February 7, 2018, the company pointed out that out of the 1,173 bridge defects yet to be rectified, 1,046 category three defects were initially recorded but it was found upon review that some defects were recorded repeatedly and that the actual number was only 600.
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