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FAQ - InfrastructureFAQ - Infrastructure
1. Where are the toll roads in Sarawak?
  Currently, there is no toll roads in Sarawak.  However, there are three (3) toll bridges namely:

(i)    Tun Salahuddin Bridge, Kuching;
(ii)    Batang Rajang Bridge at Lanang, Sibu; and
(iii)    Asean Bridge, Miri.

2. What is the length of the State Road Network?
  As at 2011, Sarawak has a total road network of 28,919 km, comprising:
    (i)      
1,541 km of Federal Road, including the Pan Borneo Trunk Road from Sematan to Lawas (1,077 km), Serian/Tebedu Road, Jalan Datuk Mohamad Musa, Jalan Batang Ai, Jalan Bakun; and
    (ii) 27,378 km of various categories of roads registered under MARRIS (Malaysian Roads Record Inventory System).  These include:
    (a)  12,089 km of State Roads;
(b)  2,381 km of Town Roads;
(c)  9,133 km of Kampung Roads;
(d)  2,936 km of Agriculture Roads;
(e)  669 km of Low Cost Housing Roads; and
(f)  170 km of Back Lanes.

3. Where are the ferry services in Sarawak?
  Currently, there are eight (8) ferry services across major river crossings as follows:

Locality Ferry Capacity Operating Hours
Rambungan 1st ferry: 24 cars
2nd ferry: 24 cars
1st ferry: 0400 - 2400 hrs
2nd ferry: 0600 - 2000 hrs
Samarahan 1st ferry: 24 cars
2nd ferry: 24 cars
1st ferry: 0400 - 2400 hrs
2nd ferry: 0600 - 2000 hrs
Sg. Buloh 1st ferry: 32 cars
2nd ferry: 24 cars
1st ferry: 0600 - 2000 hrs
2nd ferry: 0400 - 2400 hrs
Sg. Krian 1 ferry: 24 cars 0600 - 2000 hrs
Pusa/Beladin
(Batang Saribas)
1st ferry: 24 cars
2nd ferry: 24 cars
1st ferry: 0400 - 2400 hrs
2nd ferry: 0600 - 2200 hrs
Kuala Igan 1st ferry: 24 cars
2nd ferry: 24 cars
1st ferry: 0400 - 2400 hrs
2nd ferry: 0600 - 2000 hrs
Tanjong Gelong
(Batang Paloh)
 1 ferry: 24 cars
*2nd ferry
0600 - 2000 hrs

Sg. Nai/Ng. Kecil
(Muara Lassa)
1 ferry: 32 cars
*2nd ferry
0600 - 2000 hrs

* Provision of 2nd ferry at Batang Paloh and Muara Lassa only during the festive seasons in a year i.e. Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Chinese New Year, Gawai Dayak and Christmas.  Each festive season for 14 days operating from 0600 to 2400 hours.

 

4. Where are the ports in Sarawak?
  Sarawak has currently five (5) ports namely Kuching Port, Kuching Division, Rajang Port, Sibu Division, Miri Port, Miri Division and Tanjong Manis Port, Mukah Division which are state ports established under the Port Authorities Ordinance 1961; and the Bintulu Port, Bintulu Division, a federal port under the Ministry of Transport, Malaysia.

5. Where are the airports in Sarawak?
  Sarawak has six (6) airports namely Kuching International Airport, Sibu Airport, Miri Airport, Bintulu Airport, Limbang Airport and Mulu Airport.  In addition, there are 9 short take off and landing (stol) ports at Bakalalan, Bario, Lawas, Long Lellang, Long Akah, Long Seridan, Marudi and Mukah.