CMCO Round 2: Petrol stations to close at 10 pm, E-Hailing allowed to operate to 12 am

Jerrica · Oct 13, 2020 07:32 PM

CMCO Round 2: Petrol stations to close at 10 pm, E-Hailing allowed to operate to 12 am 01

The reinstatement of the Conditional Movement Control (CMCO) in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, and Putrajaya will start at 12.01 am 14 October 2020. Following the announcement yesterday, the government has released more standard operating procedures (SOP) for the second round of CMCO.

Starting from 14 October 2020 onwards, petrol stations in Selangor, KL, and Putrajaya will only be allowed to operate between 6 am to 10 pm. This excludes petrol stations located along highways which are allowed to operate for 24 hours.

Public transport like LRT, express and public buses will be allowed to operate. Taxis and e-hailing are also allowed to operate but drivers are only allowed to operate between 6 am to 12 am.

Like before, only 2 passengers are allowed in taxis and e-hailing vehicles. While food delivery will be allowed to operate between 6 am to 12 am as well. For vehicles that transport workers, it is business as usual for drivers.

Jerrica

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