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2-Hour Parking Limit To Be Implemented In Subang & Puchong Hotspots Starting 1 June

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Source: Kuala Lumpur Post

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Everyone knows how hard it is to find parking spaces in and around the Klang Valley, so much so that we often spend hours a week just looking for parking spots.

It appears that this may be because there are just not enough spots to go around, which is why our local municipal councils are coming up with a new solution.

Based on a post by NOODOU, hotspots in Subang and Puchong will soon have parking limits, where you will only be allowed to park in a space for 2 hours, before having to vacate it for someone else to park.

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They wrote, “Friends of Subang and Puchong should pay attention! A ‘2-hour parking limit’ will be implemented at certain hotspots starting 1 June, 2022.”

“The main purpose of this policy is to solve the problem of insufficient parking spaces and to allow other car owners to find parking spaces!”

Hence, each car owner can only park for 2 hours and then they’ll have to give up their spot to the next person looking for parking.

Based on a report by Carlist, the current locations under consideration for this initiative are USJ 9, USJ 10, SS19, Bandar Puteri Puchong and Bandar Sunway.

Subang Jaya Mayor, Johary Anuar, shared that the areas in which this initiative will be implemented will be known as ‘Two-hour parking zones’, which will have a parking payment rate of RM0.60 for half an hour and RM1.20 for an hour.

What do you think of this new, soon-to-be implemented policy? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

 

Also read: Mustang Drivers Bashed For Inconveniencing KL Road Users By Blocking Traffic To ‘Refuel’ Car

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