Here’s A List Of Roadblocks Set Up So Far During MCO 2.0

The Movement Control Order (MCO) 2.0 which starts today until 26th January 2021, does not allow inter-state and inter-district travel. More than 300 roadblocks have been imposed in the affected states, namely Penang, Selangor, Melaka, Johor, Sabah, as well as the Federal Territories of KL, Putrajaya and Labuan.

here’s a list of roadblocks set up so far during mco 2.0Photo via Astro Awani

As of 13th January this morning, officials have implemented roadblocks in the following areas:

here’s a list of roadblocks set up so far during mco 2.0

here’s a list of roadblocks set up so far during mco 2.0Photo via ITIS

KUALA LUMPUR

  1. JALAN LOKE YEW: Viva Homes - Tun H S Lee police station
  2. JALAN KUCHING: Segambut roundabout - Jalan Sultan Ismail
  3. NKVE: Bukit Raja toll, Setia Alam toll, Shah Alam toll, Subang toll, Damansara toll, Kota Damansara toll and Duta toll
  4. JALAN SEMANTAN: Jalan Maarof - Semantan MRT station
  5. JALAN PUTRA PERMAI: In both directions near Nahrim
  6. MRR2: Klang Gates - Taman Melawati
  7. BUKIT JALIL HIGHWAY: Kinrara - Puchong Jaya
  8. KESAS: Bukit Tinggi - Jalan Kebun Interchange
  9. KLANG: Persiaran Raja Muda Musa and Jalan Langat - Kota bridge
  10. BANTING: In both directions near the Bandar Mahkota industrial area

 here’s a list of roadblocks set up so far during mco 2.0Photo via Jalan Skudai, Johor (Jalanow.com)

JOHOR BAHRU

  1. JB EAST COAST HWAY: Permas Jaya - Permas bridge
  2. PERSIARAN PERLING: Taman Perling - Tampoi
  3. JALAN SKUDAI: Tampoi - Skudai
  4. PASIR GUDANG HIGHWAY: Jalan Pandan – Kempas

here’s a list of roadblocks set up so far during mco 2.0Photo via Penang bridge (Jalanow.com)

PENANG

  1. TUN DR LIM CHONG EU HIGHWAY: Jelutong - Penang bridge
  2. JALAN MASJID NEGERI: Taman Greenview - Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu highway
  3. PLUS HIGHWAY: Permatang Pauh - Penang bridge

The Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador, said the number of roadblocks is expected to increase from time to time, involving a total of 48,000 officers.

He added that the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) will also be lenient to Malaysians who need to travel inter-state from today until Friday due to emergencies or unavoidable matters.

If you wish to travel inter-state or inter-district during the MCO & CMCO period, you are required to fill in the MCO Movement Permit Form or CMCO Movement Permit Form to obtain police permission before going for your trip. Visit the National Security Council’s (MKN) Facebook page to download the form.

here’s a list of roadblocks set up so far during mco 2.0Photo via MCO Movement Permit Form (Source: MKN)

And as always, make sure to follow the prescribed standard operating procedures (SOP) and practice good personal hygiene.

Stay safe!

By: Amy Shariffudin

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