DEVELOPMENT based on a transit-oriented model — which allows people to live, work and commute within a city — could curb further urban sprawl within the Klang Valley.
Dean of Faculty Architecture, Planning and Surveying UiTM Prof Dr Jamalunlaili Abdullah said urban sprawl — which is an unrestricted growth in many urban housing and commercial development areas — over large expanses of land is attributed to bad urban planning, hence affecting green areas.
This, he said, is not sustainable.
Media Title: The Malaysian Reserve
Date: 07 Apr 2021