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Taman Cuepacs

Taman Cuepacs is a major township in Cheras, Selangor, Malaysia. Taman Cuepacs is located near Pasukan Gerakan Am (PGA) police base. The township gets its name from the abbreviation of Cuepacs which means Congress of Union of Employees in the Public And Civil Services.

Connections

Taman Cuepacs is connected through the Cheras-Kajang Expressway E7 which is the main expressway in the area, but it is also connected through Jalan Hulu Langat.

There has been a proposed Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station here on the Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line. The Taman Cuepacs MRT Station is intended to serve the locality of surrounding housing estates with huge population, including Taman Fern Grove, Taman Cheras Permata, Taman Alam Jaya, Taman Cheras Awana, Taman Mudun, Taman Masria and more.

Taman Cuepacs had long had difficulties with traffic. However, on 18 November 2009, the Kajang Municipal Council announced that the roads in Taman Cuepacs would be upgraded. It is divided into three packages. The road-widening projects would also include the installation of traffic lights at certain junctions. The whole project will cost RM22 million and will take 33 months to complete.

Schools and institutions

Taman Cuepacs has a primary school, Sekolah Kebangsaan Taman Cuepacs, which serves the locality of surrounding housing estates and students from Kajang and Semenyih. Seri Cempaka International School's Cheras branch is also located here.

External links

  • Kuala Lumpur MRT Website


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