MCO 3.0 2021: List of Roadblocks in KL & Selangor

Published by on . Updated on 21 Feb 2022

Mco 3
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After much consideration, Senior Minister for Security and Minister of Defence, Ismail Sabri Yaakob has implemented MCO 3.0 across the nation till 7 June 2021. Here are what motorists will need to know about the roadblocks in Selangor and KL.

The current MCO 3.0 implementation sees a nationwide ban on inter-state and inter-district travel. Royal Police Malaysia (PDRM) has already started carrying out roadblocks at districts in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur. It will last according to the stated timeline:

Selangor districts from 6th May 2021 to 17th May 2021.
Kuala Lumpur districts from 7th May 2021 to 20th May 2021.

Doing so would ensure that the public will stay safe during this period and prevent further outbreak of Covid-19.

Mco 3
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The authorities stationed at each roadblock will ensure there are only three travellers per taxis, e-hailing and private vehicles, including the driver. Furthermore, travellers who require inter-district and inter-state travels will need to present an approved consent letter. Examples are your work pass or other official authorisation letters.

Here is a list of roadblocks for your reference:

1. Kuala Lumpur
  • Bukit Jalil Highway
  • Both sides of Federal Highway
  • Plaza Toll Sungai Besi (Kuala Lumpur-bound)
  • Plaza Toll Jalan Duta
  • Jalan Persekutuan
  • Jalan Sentul Pasar (in front of Kepong police station)
  • Jalan Klang Lama
  • Jalan 2/27A Wangsa Melawati
  • Jalan 1/91 Taman Shamelin Perkasa
2. Petaling Jaya / Subang Jaya
  • Sungai Buloh Toll Exit
  • Kota Damansara Toll Exit
  • Damansara Toll Exit
  • Toll Subang Exit
  • Plaza Toll USJ 8 ELITE
  • Plaza Toll Putra Heights
3. Shah Alam
  • Plaza Toll Shah Alam
  • Plaza Toll Setia Alam
4. Klang
  • Plaza Toll Bukit Raja (Exit)
  • In Front Of AEON Bukit Raja (Bandar Baru Klang)
  • Batu 10, Jalan Kapar (Pekan Papar)
  • Susur MPK (Majlis Pembandaran Klang)
  • KESAS Toll
  • Jalan Langat
  • Kampung Delek
  • Jalan Dato Ahmad Sidin
5. Hulu Selangor
  • Plaza Toll Tanjung Malim
  • Plaza Toll Bukit Beruntung
  • Plaza Toll Lembah Berdingin
  • Plaza Toll Bukit Tagar
  • KM 79 KL – Ipoh – Dusun Bay
  • Gohtong Jaya Checkpoint
  • Taman Selesa (Jalan Bukit Fraser – Raub)
  • KM 34 Jalan Ipoh -Kuala Lumpur – Serendah
  • Plaza Toll Sungai Buaya
6. Sungai Buloh
  • Plaza Hospital Sg Buloh
  • Plaza Toll Rawang
  • Jalan Selangor – Kepong KM 12
  • Jalan Sungai Buloh – Shah Alam
7. Gombak
  • KM 14 From Rawang To KL
  • KM 14 From Kuala Lumpur To Rawang
  • Second Rawang Toll Plaza
  • Gombak Toll Plaza From Both Directions
  • SJR Jalan Utama Desa Aman Puri
8. Serdang
  • LRT BK 5 – Bandar Kinrara
  • Jalan Puchong – Klang Lama
  • Jalan Putra Permai
  • Jalan Utama Serdang Raya 8
9. Ampang Jaya
  • Jalan Hadapan Desa 288
  • Jalan Pandan Indah – Cheras Indah
  • MRR2 In Front of Petronas Klang Gates
10. Kuala Langat
  • ELITE Toll, Bandar Saujana Putra
  • JLN BT 7 Sijangkang
  • SKVE Toll
  • Jalan Seri Cheding
  • In Front Of Petronas Olak Lempit
11. Kuala Selangor
  • Plaza Toll Ijok (Latar)
  • In Front of Tanjung Karang Police Station
12. Kajang
  • In Front Of Beranang Police Station
  • Jalan Broga – Mantini
  • Plaza Toll Bandar Seri Putra (Exit)
  • Plaza Toll Kajang (Exit)
  • Eco Majestic Toll (Exit)
  • Plaza Toll Bangi (Exit)
  • Besraya Highway
13. Sepang
  • Nilai – Bandar Baru Salak
  • Serimas Toll / Pekan Salak
  • Salak Road – Kg. Jijan
14. Sabak Bernam
  • KM 74 Jalan Klang Teluk Intan
  • Jalan Lama Kuala Selangor Sg. Besar
  • Jalan Besar KM 113 Klang Teluk Intan (Jalan Bagan Nira)
  • SJR Jalan Labohan Dagang – Nilai
  • SJR Jalan Nilai Labohan Dagang
  • Jalan Kuarters KLIA – SIC

Meanwhile, remember to mask up and stay safe. Also, do share with us if there are any new roadblocks around your district, and we will keep this updated.

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