These 3 Roads In PJ Are Now Closed For 2 Weeks Under The New CMCO

Road users, however, can use three alternative routes for commute.

Cover image via Google Maps & Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS (Facebook)

UPDATE: The roads have now been reopened.
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Since midnight, 14 October, the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has closed three roads in the Petaling district for two weeks

These specific road closures in the Petaling Jaya district is being done in line with the implementation of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) that is scheduled to last till 27 October.

To make it easy for you, we used Google Maps to identify the three roads that will be closed, whose names were shared by Petaling Jaya district police deputy chief Supt Ku Mashariman Ku Mahmood.

1. Jalan Persiaran Mahogani in Seksyen 9

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2. Jalan Persiaran Jati in Seksyen 8

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3. Jalan Persiaran Sungai Buloh

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This is how the three roads line up together:

Image via Google Maps

These closed roads, however, will be open for specific services

"These (closed) routes can still be traversed by ambulances, vehicles belonging to the Fire and Rescue Department, Petaling Jaya City Council, and Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM)," Supt Ku Mashariman was quoted as saying by Bernama on Tuesday, 13 October.

The road closure will be maintained by the Armed Forces and police personnel.

Other road users can use these alternative routes

- Persiaran Kenanga Road via Kota Damansara Toll Road
- Jalan Persiaran Surian at Palm Spring Kota Damansara
- Jalan Persiaran Tropicana via Casa Tropicana

Meanwhile, there will be five roadblocks in Subang Jaya

The locations of the roadblocks are along the New Pantai Expressway at SS12, Plaza Tol Seafield USJ, Plaza Tol Puchong Selatan (Bt 14), Plaza Tol PJS 7 LDP (Southbound), and Plaza Tol Putra Heights, ELITE.

Keep practising physical distancing and wash your hands often. Watch the Defence Minister's press conference below:

Here are the new CMCO SOPs and guidelines:

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