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Covid-19: Transport Ministry FAQs for movement control order period

Covid-19: Transport Ministry FAQs for movement control order period

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Posted on 20 March, 2020 by Administrator

Below are some frequently asked questions (FAQ) for activities under the jurisdiction of the Transport Ministry (MoT) during the movement control order (MCO)period. Land: Question: Are services provided by departments/agencies under MoT affected by the MCO? A: Counter services provided by departments/agencies under MoT such as the Road Transport Department and the Land Public Transport Agency (APAD) remain in operation, in small numbers to reduce the risk of being infected...
14-day Movement Control Order begins nationwide on Wednesday

14-day Movement Control Order begins nationwide on Wednesday

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Posted on 18 March, 2020 by Administrator

The government has imposed a 14-day Movement Control Order from March 18 to 31 nationwide to curb the spread of the Covid-19 infection in Malaysia. The Movement Control Order is imposed under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 and well as the Police Act 1967, which cover a range of activities. Speaking to the nation in a special address on Monday night, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the order will entail a ban on all mass gatherings for...
Movement Control Order At Malaysia Borders Starting 18th March 2020 To 31st March 2020

Movement Control Order At Malaysia Borders Starting 18th March 2020 To 31st March 2020

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Posted on 18 March, 2020 by Administrator

KTM Berhad (KTMB) will enforce the restrictive movement order issued by the government on its passengers and its train services. The train services would involve its Tebrau shuttle service from the Johor Baru Sentral Station to the Woodlands Station in Singapore, said its chief executive officer Datuk Kamarulzaman Zainal. He said the order would see only non-Malaysians being allowed to utilise the services from Johor Baru to Woodlands. Kamarulzaman said that Malaysians were...
Coronavirus: KTMB to follow Health Ministry guidelines

Coronavirus: KTMB to follow Health Ministry guidelines

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Posted on 18 March, 2020 by Administrator

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) complies with guidelines set by Health Ministry at its Perlis and Johor main entry points following positive cases of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in the country. KTMB chief executive officer Datuk Ir Kamarulzaman Zainal in a statement said the guideline will be followed by all its staff working at the two main entrances of the train stations in Johor Baru, Johor and Padang Besar, Perlis. Kamarulzaman said the move was enforced immediately as...
Lao officials get training about China-Laos railway operation, management

Lao officials get training about China-Laos railway operation, management

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Posted on 11 November, 2019 by Malaysia Admin

Lao officials from the Ministry of Public Works and Transport and other sectors are learning about railway operations from Chinese experts in capital Vientiane in readiness for the opening of China-Laos railway in 2021. The final railway technology training course is taking place at the Lao Front for National Development's training center from last Friday to November 28, with 45 people attending the course. The training program teaches Lao officials about railway operations and...
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