Putrajaya roads closed for New Year countdown


  • Nation
  • Monday, 31 Dec 2018

PETALING JAYA: Several roads in Putrajaya will be closed today for the Festival Light and Motion, and the New Year countdown.

The roads that will be closed are Persiaran Perdana, Jalan Kemer­dekaan, Jalan Pembangunan, Jalan P3f, Jalan P3c, Jalan P2k and Jalan P2p.

Putrajaya OCPD Asst Comm Rosly Hassan said: “The roads will be closed from 4pm to 2am to accommodate the events.

“Shuttle bus services are available from 6pm until 1.30am. They are located at Putrajaya Sentral – KPDNHEP and Lot MyExpo – Galeria PjH,” he said when contacted yesterday.

Several public parking spots are also available for the public, including near the Energy Commis­sion, Menara Usahawan, Monumen Alaf Baru, Masjid Sultan Mizan and behind the Palace of Justice.

“If the event location is packed with vehicles, road diversion will also be conducted.

“The affected roads are Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Jalan Tun Abdul Razak and Jalan Tun Hussein,” he said.

ACP Rosly advised the public to follow instructions issued by police personnel on duty.

“Sufficient personnel have been deployed for traffic and security purposes,” he said.

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