Cashless parking to be implemented in Seremban and Nilai effective May 2


SEREMBAN: The Seremban City Council will start charging motorists for parking in several areas under its jurisdiction in Nilai and here from May 2.

The council said the areas are Bandar Prima Senawang (440 lots), Lavender Business Centre (552), Ixora Business Centre (172), Pusat Bandar Senawang (914), Rasah Prima (253), Era Square (437), Kepayang Business Square (678), Dataran Centrio (1,027), Uptown Avenue (1,011) and Nilai Square (132).

In a statement, the council said the charges are in line with provisions in the Road Transport Act 1987 and gazetted council bylaws.

"The Seremban City Council has appointed Syarikat Suasa Efektif (M) Sdn Bhd to operate and enforce the rules in these areas.

"Motorists will be able to use the Flexi Parking and Setel applications as well as Touch n‘ Go e-wallet to make payment," it said in a statement.

The parking rate would be 60 sen per hour.

The MBS said the operating hours were from 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. Parking will be free on weekends and public holidays.

Meanwhile, the council said the use of parking coupons in Seremban and Nilai would cease from Jan 1 next year.

The council said the public can call its parking unit section at 06-765 4782/4761/ 4789 for more information or forward their queries to mbseremban.spab.gov.my

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