Jalan Sungai Ujong is one of the longest roads in Negeri Sembilan. It actually cuts across almost the entire state and services the people of Seremban mostly. Jalan Sungai Ujong comes in from the western part of the state and terminates at the town centre of the capital where it allows commuters to travel to and from the city for work and entertainment each day.
Landmarks and Subroads
If you are coming to Negeri Sembilan via the PLUS highway, you will be right in the middle of Jalan Sungai Ujong. If you are heading in from the north, then Seremban is on your left while Sepang is on your right. Once you leave the highway, you will be at the Negeri Sembilan Museum and the KPJ Specialist Hospital not far from here. After that, you will be heading to the Jalan Labu intersection before coming to Jalan Lintang which is where Terminal 1 Seremban is located. After reaching the Jalan Tuanku Munawir junction, you will come to Perkeso Seremban which will then terminate at the Jalan Dato Bandar Tunggal intersection.
Jalan Sungai Ujong is connected with the PLUS highway. As such, it is used by those who are coming in from other parts of Peninsular Malaysia most notably major cities like Sepang and Kuala Lumpur. Besides that, it is used mainly by working adults who use this road to link between the residential and commercial areas.
The stretch along Jalan Sungai Ujong leading into the city center will mostly have peak and super peak traffic conditions while other parts are mostly moderate. This peaks again at the medical centre location while the interchange coming in from the highway is usually super peak throughout the day.