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NEGRI Sembilan police have tightened monitoring, especially at 18 hotspots state-wide, which are expected to be congested tomorrow due to Aidiladha traffic.
State police chief Ruslan Khalid said the routes involved four locations along the North-South Expressway (PLUS), Nilai (three), Seremban (two), Tampin (two), Kuala Pilah (two), Jempol (two), and one location each in Port Dickson, Jelebu and Rembau.
“A total of 303 officers will conduct patrols on highways, as well as federal and state roads with special assignments from the traffic division, mobile patrol vehicles (MPV), motorcycle patrol units and police station chiefs.
“Enforcement started yesterday and it will last until July 11. In this operation, we are more focused on the smooth flow of traffic. Enforcement action is only imposed if the offence occurs openly,” he said today.,
In the meantime, he said a total of 790,000 vehicles – or an increase of 75% –are expected to enter the state for the holiday.
Ruslan advised people who want to return to Johor from Kuala Lumpur to use the PLUS route directly, while those who want to go to Negeri Sembilan or Malacca can use the Kajang-Seremban Highway as well as federal and state roads.
“For those who want to go to the east coast from Kuala Lumpur through the state can use federal and state roads such as Jalan Jelebu or Kuala Pilah to Muadzam Shah, to avoid congestion,” he said.
He also advised motorists to drive prudently and obey police instructions as well as traffic, and not cut queues using emergency lanes.
“Those who are in the villages must always be careful because the number of vehicles is increasing and the situation has become unusual during this festive season, aside from not allowing their vehicles to be driven by individuals who do not have a valid driving licence,” he said. – Bernama, July 9, 2022.