Over 100 compounds issued for parking offences in Puchong


The police and MBSJ enforcement officers acting on complaints of illegally parked vehicles along Jalan Pipit 4.

ONE hundred and twelve compounds were issued to owners of vehicles parked illegally along Jalan Pipit 4 in Puchong Jaya, Selangor following complaints received by Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ).

The operation was carried out under the Road Transport Act 1987, MPSJ Road Transport (Parking Allocation) Order 2007 (amendment) 2011 and MPSJ Park By-Laws 2005 and Local Government Act 1976 for traffic obstruction offences committed by vehicle owners.

A statement from MBSJ noted that 82 compounds were issued to motorists for the offence of parking vehicles on a non-parking lot and for obstructing traffic.

Another 30 summonses were issued by the police.

Seven council enforcement officers, along with five officers from Serdang District Police Headquarters, carried out the operation after receiving complaints of such vehicles along the road.

The operation, which took place from 10am on Sept 22, was led by MBSJ Enforcement Department senior assistant director Tarmidi Kadri and Serdang District Police Headquarters Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Section enforcement inspector Muhammad Norfarid Tan.

MBSJ added that the city council and the police would continue to monitor and prevent traffic obstructions by enforcing the laws as well as ensure that the roads were safe from obstructions that could endanger other road users.

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