JPJ, Puspakom, APAD Counters Re-Opened, But Not In EMCO Areas

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JPJ, Puspakom, APAD Counters Re-Opened, But Not In EMCO Areas

The Ministry of Transport for JPJ, Puspakom, and APAD have now amended their June 30th statement to reopen counter services under Phase One of the National Recovery Plan for transactions or services that are not available online.


Following the announcement at the end of the last week that a number of areas within Selangor and Kuala Lumpur will be placed under Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) from July 3rd to July 16th, the Transport Ministry has now clarified the extent to which transport agencies such as JPJ, APAD, JLM, and Puspakom are allowed to operate.

JPJ Menjalara

These agencies will proceed to offer in-person counter services start from July 1st but will only limit the staff count to 50 percent normal capacity and will only entertain scheduled appointments. No walk-in service will be allowed.

This re-opening of in-person services is applicable nationwide, however in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, all counter services that fall within the bounds of the EMCO areas in those states will remain closed during the duration.

Puspakom Premier Services

Here are the service counter locations that are operational during this EMCO period:

Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ)

  • JPJ WP Kuala Lumpur
  • JPJ Cawangan Bari Sri Permaisuri
  • JPJ Cawangan Bandar Menjalara

Puspakom Sdn Bhd

  • Cawangan Sungai Besar
  • Cawangan Wangsa Maju
  • Cawangan Taman Bukit Maluri
  • Cawangan Cheras

Agensi Pengangkutan Awam Darat (APAD)

  • Kaunter APAD Wilayah Tengah (Menara TIMA)

Jabatan Laut Malaysia (JLM)

  • Kaunter Wisma Pelaut Pelabuhan Klang

 

 


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