CMCO is now extended to most of Malaysia

November 9, 2020

    Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in most part of Malaysia starting today

    Following the announcement from Majlis Keselamatan Negara over the weekend, CMCO will be extended to most part of Malaysia and by that, it also means the CMCO in the Klang Valley will be extended by another month until 6th December 2020.

    However, public transport services in these areas will be running on the same operation hour, although the number of trip and frequency may be reduced in light of lesser commuter are expected during these times.

    Changes to services will be announced via Moovit App from time to time. Please do plan your journey ahead of time and real-time arrival (RTA) are available on all RapidKL operated routes, including GoKL City Bus, selected Smart Selangor and PJ City Bus Routes. RTA will be shown in the app in Green colour once the bus had started its journey from its terminal station.

    Real-time arrivals are also available on KTM Komuter and other selected Smart Selangor routes not operated by RapidKL.

    Employer letter/work pass or police authorization letter are required if you’re travelling beyond your district, you can find out more about SOPs within the CMCO area by visiting MKN’s website

    Please travel only when it is absolutely essentials. Let’s help stop the spread of Covid-19 #KitaJagaKita

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