If you’re living in the Subang area, do take note!
Yesterday (31st March), it was announced that PDRM will begin enforcing 24-hour roadblocks at five locations, as well as road closures in 10 areas within the Subang area. This is done to align with the second phase of the MCO that is set to take place today (1st April) till 14th April 2020.
24-hour roadblocks will be placed in populated areas such as:
- South Puchong
- Putra Heights toll plazas
Along with these locations, roadblocks will also be placed at Jalan Subang Utama heading towards the New Pantai Expressway.
Of the 10 roads that will be closed, Subang citizens should take note these will include roads from:
- Kesas Highway heading towards Subang Jaya
- Jalan Subang Kelana Link
- LDP towards Persiaran Kewajipan
- Persiaran Tujuan.
“The public is advised to give their cooperation and to obey the MCO currently in place,” added authorities who said road users will have to use alternative roads if they are planning to leave Subang.
These measures will take effect today so do take note if you’re passing through the surrounding areas, guys! Stay safe.
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