Works on the Pan Borneo Highway in Malaysia, including construction of the Trans Borneo Highway connecting Sarawak and Sabah, is expected to be completed by 2028. As of May 2022, works on the highway project have been 82 per cent completed, with four packages under phase 1 already fully completed, including the Telok Melano-Sematan, Nyabau, Serian-Balai Ringin and Julau.

The Ministry of Works (KKR) has announced that the remaining packages are expected to be completed by the end of 2022.  Some of the packages had been delayed due to shortage of building materials as well as restrictions in the movement of workers.

Construction plans for phases two and three are currently being devised and will be submitted to the Ministry of Finance (MoF) for the appointment of a contractor.

Phase one of the Pan Borneo Sarawak Highway project will be 786 km long and is worth RM16.117 billion, involving 11 work packages.