Two bridges in Klang to be closed to traffic as part of MCO


KLANG: Two bridges here - Jambatan Raja Muda Nala and Jambatan Musaeddin - will be closed to traffic in both directions, says South Klang OCPD Asst Comm Shamsul Amar Ramli.

He said that the closures were part of the second phase of the movement control order (MCO) in his district.

"We will also set up five roadblocks along Persiaran Kota, Mile 2 Jalan Batu, KM24.2 of the Kesas Highway, the Jalan Bukit Jati traffic light junction and Jalan Kampung Jawa in front of SK Teluk Menegon," he said in a statement on Tuesday (March 31).

He said motorists in South Klang could use alternative routes when necessary.

"Those living around Teluk Pulai, Kampung Delek, Sungai Udang, Pandamaran, Port Klang and Kampung Sungai Sireh can use Jalan Kem, Jambatan Jalan Parang and Jambatan Kot.

"Those living around Sri Andalas, Kampung Jawa, Teluk Menegon and Taman Sentosa can use Jalan Kota Raja, Jalan Dato Mohd Sidin, Jalan Bukit Raja via Jambatan Connought and the Klang - Shah Alam Expressway via Jalan Batu 4.

"Those living around Bandar Bukit Tinggi, Klang Jaya and Bandar Botanik can use the Pulau Indah Highway, Jalan Parang via the Jambatan Jalan Parang, Kesas Highway and Jambatan Kota," he said.

He added that those living around Pulau Indah could use the South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE).

ACP Shamsul Amar urged the community there to comply with the MCO and added that those with inquiries or complaints related to the MCO could contact their Covid-19 hotline at 03-3376 2400.

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