JB council applies to ban teenage cyclists from roads during certain periods

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  • Wednesday, 02 Aug 2017

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) will submit an application to the Transport Ministry to ban teenage cyclists from utilising certain roads at certain times in a drastic move to stop the Mat Lajak problem.

Mayor A Rahim Nin said MBJB had carried out a review of the existing laws to help tackle the issue that the problem still persisted despite the tragic incident in February in which eight teenage cyclist were killed when a car rammed into them.

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