Traffic in Kuala Lumpur can sometimes be a tricky challenge
And with the ongoing Ramadan season, the usual traffic flow is slightly different than usual
So when exactly is the best time to leave the office during the Ramadan season? Let these useful GIFS help you out!
Traffic is at its peak around 5PM from the City Centre to Bangsar - Chow Kit. Traffic will then ease up around 7.15 PM onwards
Subang Jaya gets really congested from 5.30PM, and can last up to two hours coming from the ELITE highway
Slow moving traffic seems to start from the main roads such as Jalan Puchong and KESAS around 3.45pm. The traffic gradually picks up pace at 5.30pm and becomes pretty congested within minutes, especially on ELITE. This lasts for about two hours with remotely heavy traffic flow within the USJ 6, 9 and 10 areas as there are many commercial lots with eateries in those neighbourhood. Traffic eases out by 7.15pm but remains heavy near Seksyen 21 and USJ 12.poskod.my
Taman Tun Dr Ismail is relatively okay, with only peak traffic around 5PM at major highways such as the LDP and on the Sprint highway
Due to the Ramadan bazaars, congestion starts to begin slightly earlier than usual around TTDI such as Jalan Datuk Sulaiman.bit.ly
Traffic flow changes quickly within minutes and peaks around 5.15pm. NKVE, SPRINT and LDP are predictably clogged up. This continues on until 7pm, when only the main highways like LDP still show signs of heavy traffic before clearing off around 8pm.poskod.my
Petaling Jaya gets pretty congested around 4.15PM, around major highways like NKVE and LDP. By 5PM, areas such as Jalan Universiti should be avoided.
By 5pm, it is turning into a hotbed of very bad traffic as most people start leaving work. Major roads like Jalan Universiti and Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang and even NSECL seems to be choked up.The traffic gradually eases around 7.30pm, but even then LDP is still jammed.poskod.my