KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) issued 418 summons to vehicles that were found obstructing traffic and dirtying public roads during a five-day Ops Belang at Kuala Lumpur North.
A total of 26 vehicles and 13 motorcycles were also seized and towed away by DBKL.
City Hall had also opened up 13 investigation papers to vehicles that were found breaking traffic by-law.
DBKL Executive Director (Socio-economic Development) Anwar Mohd Zain said the operation aimed to improve the traffic flow and the cleanliness of the area.
“This total up to 470 cases during the five-day operation.
“Motorists that were being fined and had their vehicles towed away are obstructing the traffic such as parking indiscriminately by the roadside while some of the vehicles are abandoned.
“We also took action on lorries that dirty up the place such as cement lorry spilling cement on the road.
“For motorcycles, most were found parked by the pedestrian walkway, ” he said during a press conference held at the DBKL Enforcement Department post at Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur.
Among the total of 470 cases, 156 of them were lorries, 146 cars, 151 motorcycles, 11 containers and six forklifts.