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MCO 2.0: Here’s A List Of Roadblocks And Closures In Klang Valley So Far

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Source: Astro Awani & Straits Times


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With the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO) in six states in Malaysia, interstate and inter-district travel has been banned in the affected states starting 13 January. Travels are only allowed within a 10km radius to purchase groceries and other necessities with a maximum of two passengers in the car from the same household.

To ensure that inter-district and interstate travels are established, the police have set up roadblocks all across the affected states and only those who have special permits or letters are allowed to pass through.

Here’s a list of roadblocks and road closures so far:

Roadblocks

Petaling Jaya/Damansara

  • Jalan Persiaran Mahagoni
  • Jalan Persiaran Jati Seksyen 8 Kota Damansara
  • Jalan Persiaran Sungai Buloh (TSB)
  • Jalan 4/56, Gasing Indah
  • PJU 8/1 traffic light intersection Damansara Perdana
  • LDP exit to Mutiara Damansara/Damansara Perdana
  • Damansara Toll Plaza to Bayu Puteri

Hulu Selangor

  • KM79 Jalan Ipoh – Kuala Lumpur nearby Dusun Bay
  • Plaza Tol Tanjung Malim, both directions
  • Plaza Tol Lembah Beringin, both directions
  • Plaza Tol Bukit Tagar, both directions
  • KM60 Jalan Kuala Kubu Bharu – Bukit Fraser in front of Taman Selesa
  • Gohtong Jaya – Batang Kali in front of the Genting Highlands checkpoint
  • KM34 Jalan Kuala Lumpur – Ipoh (Serendah)
  • Plaza Tol Sungai Buaya

Kajang

  • Balai Polis Beranang
  • Jalan Broga
  • Plaza Tol Eco Majestic
  • Plaza Tol Bandar Seri Putra exit
  • Plaza Tol Bangi exit
  • Plaza Tol Kajang exit
  • Lebuh Raya Besraya near Minlon

Ampang Jaya

  • Apartment Desa 288
  • Jalan Pandan Indah – Cheras from Lebuh Raya Sungai Besi to Ampang
  • Jalan Lingkaran Tengah 2 (MRR2) near Petronas Klang Gates petrol station from Gombak to Ampang

Gombak

  • Jalan KL to Ipoh (both directions)
  • Plaza Tol Gombak (both directions from Bentong to Gombak)
  • Plaza Tol Rawang (both directions from Sungai Buloh and Rawang)
  • Jalan Desa Aman Puri, Desa Jaya

Klang

  • Persiaran Kota, Klang (Opposite MPK Building)
  • KESAS Highway (Before the entrance of Jalan Kebun, Klang – Shah Alam)
  • Batu 2, Jalan Langat (Facing Indah Water towards Klang to Banting)
  • Jalan Dato ‘Mohd Sidin and (In front of Vision Automobile used car shop)
  • Jalan Sungai Udang, Kg. Delek. (Near Aishah Restaurant)

Serdang

  • Bukit Jalil Highway in Bandar Kinrara 5
  • Jalan Puchong Lama towards Jalan Klang Lama (in front of Telekom Taman Tenaga)
  • Jalan Putra Permai
  • Section 8, Jalan Serdang Raya.

Kuala Lumpur

  • Jalan Loke Yew: Viva Homes – Tun H S Lee police station
  • Jalan Kuching: Segambut roundabout – Jalan Sultan Ismail
  • Jalan Semantan: Jalan Maarof – Semantan MRT Station
  • MRR2: Klang Gates – Taman Melawati
  • KESAS: Bukit Tinggi – Jalan Kebun Interchange

 

Road closures

Hulu Selangor

  • Tanjung Malim – Hulu Bernam border bridge
  • Kilometer route (KM) 31.5 Jalan Kuala Lumpur – Ipoh
  • Route KM13 Jalan Sungai Tua – Ulu Yam
  • Jalan Koskan to Kuala Garing

Kajang

  • Jalan Genting Peras
  • Jalan Bangi – Nilai

Gombak

  • Jalan Lama Gombak to Genting Sempah, near to Simpang Kuari
  • Jalan Rawang heading towards Sg Choh (KM30)

Klang

  • Musaeddin Bridge
  • Jalan Tengku Kelana, Klang
  • Raja Muda Nala Bridge, Klang
  • Iron Bridge (Pengkalan Batu)
  • Raja Zainal Bridge (Jalan Bukit Badak)

If you do need to travel interstate or inter-district, you can get a permission letter from the police. You can find all the information you need here!

 

Also read: Here’s What You Need To Do To Travel Interstate Or Interdistrict During MCO & CMCO


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